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ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION
INTELLIGENT REPORTING FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM
PART 1

GENERAL

This document show all the information related with a new fire alarm system for a
munitions laboratory in La Goajira, Colombia. The laboratory has two different areas called
hot and cold respectively. Hot area is a classified area, so all electrical installation must be
according to explosion proof requirements, as Class 2, Div 1, 2 area. Cold area is an office
occupancy, so, no special electrical installation is required.
1.1.

DESCRIPTION:

A.

This section of the specification includes the furnishing, installation, connection and
testing of the microprocessor controlled, intelligent reporting fire alarm equipment
required to form a complete, operative, coordinated system. It shall include, but not
be limited to, alarm initiating devices, alarm notification appliances, Fire Alarm
Control Panel (FACP), auxiliary control devices, annunciators, and wiring as shown
on the drawings and specified herein.

B.

The fire alarm system shall comply with requirements of NFPA Standard 72 for
Protected Premises Signaling Systems except as modified and supplemented by
this specification. The system shall be electrically supervised and monitor the
integrity of all conductors.

C.

The FACP and peripheral devices shall be manufactured 100% by a single U.S.
manufacturer (or division thereof).

1.2.

SCOPE:

A.

A new intelligent reporting, microprocessor controlled fire detection system shall be


installed in accordance to the project specifications and drawings.

B.

Basic Performance:
1.

Alarm, trouble and supervisory signals from all intelligent reporting devices
shall be encoded on NFPA Style 4 (Class B) Signaling Line Circuits (SLC).

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Initiation Device Circuits (IDC) shall be wired Class B (NFPA Style A) as part
of an addressable device connected by the SLC Circuit.

3.

Notification Appliance Circuits (NAC) shall be wired Class B (NFPA Style Y)


as part of an addressable device connected by the SLC Circuit.

4.

On Style 6 or 7 (Class A) configurations a single ground fault or open circuit


on the system Signaling Line Circuit shall not cause system malfunction, loss
of operating power or the ability to report an alarm.
Alarm signals arriving at the FACP shall not be lost following a primary power
failure (or outage) until the alarm signal is processed and recorded.

5.

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BASIC SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL OPERATION


When a fire alarm condition is detected and reported by one of the system initiating
devices, the following functions shall immediately occur:
1.
2.
3.

4.

5.

1.3.
A.

The system alarm LED on the system display shall flash.


A local piezo electric signal in the control panel shall sound.
A backlit LCD display shall indicate all information associated with the fire
alarm condition, including the type of alarm point and its location within the
protected premises.
Printing and history storage equipment shall log the information associated
each new fire alarm control panel condition, along with time and date of
occurrence.
All system output programs assigned via control-by-event interlock
programming to be activated by the particular point in alarm shall be
executed, and the associated system outputs (notification appliances and/or
relays) shall be activated.

SUBMITTALS
General:
1.
2.

3.

Two copies of all submittals shall be submitted to the Architect/Engineer for


review.
All references to manufacturer's model numbers and other pertinent
information herein is intended to establish minimum standards of
performance, function and quality. Equivalent compatible UL-listed equipment
from other manufacturers may be substituted for the specified equipment as
long as the minimum standards are met.
For equipment other than that specified, the contractor shall supply proof that
such substitute equipment equals or exceeds the features, functions,
performance, and quality of the specified equipment.

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2.

3.

2.
3.

Submit simultaneously with the shop drawings, complete operating and


maintenance manuals listing the manufacturer's name(s), including technical
data sheets.
Wiring diagrams shall indicate internal wiring for each device and the
interconnections between the items of equipment.
Provide a clear and concise description of operation that gives, in detail, the
information required to properly operate the equipment and system.

Software Modifications
1.

2.

E.

Sufficient information, clearly presented, shall be included to determine


compliance with drawings and specifications.
Include manufacturer's name(s), model numbers, ratings, power
requirements, equipment layout, device arrangement, complete wiring
point-to-point diagrams, and conduit layouts.
Show annunciator layout, configurations, and terminations.

Manuals:
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Shop Drawings:
1.

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Provide the services of a factory trained and authorized technician to perform


all system software modifications, upgrades or changes. Response time of
the technician to the site shall not exceed 4 hours.
Provide all hardware, software, programming tools and documentation
necessary to modify the fire alarm system on site. Modification includes
addition and deletion of devices, circuits, zones and changes to system
operation and custom label changes for devices or zones. The system
structure and software shall place no limit on the type or extent of software
modifications on-site.

Certifications:
Together with the shop drawing submittal, submit a certification from the major
equipment manufacturer indicating that the proposed supervisor of the installation
and the proposed performer of contract maintenance is an authorized
representative of the major equipment manufacturer. Include names and
addresses in the certification.

1.4.

GUARANTY:
All work performed and all material and equipment furnished under this contract
shall be free from defects and shall remain so for a period of at least one (1) year

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from the date of acceptance. The full cost of maintenance, labor and materials
required to correct any defect during this one year period shall be included in the
submittal bid.
1.5.

POST CONTRACT MAINTENANCE:

A.

Complete maintenance and repair service for the fire alarm system shall be
available from a factory trained authorized representative of the manufacturer of
the major equipment for a period of five (5) years after expiration of the guaranty.

B.

As part of the bid/proposal, include a quote for a maintenance contract to provide


all maintenance, tests, and repairs described below. Include also a quote for
unscheduled maintenance/repairs, including hourly rates for technicians trained on
this equipment, and response travel costs for each year of the maintenance period.
Submittals that do not identify all post contract maintenance costs will not be
accepted. Rates and costs shall be valid for the period of five (5) years after
expiration of the guaranty.

C.

Maintenance and testing shall be on a semiannual basis or as required by the AHJ.


A preventive maintenance schedule shall be provided by the contractor describing
the protocol for preventive maintenance. The schedule shall include:
1.

2.
3.
1.6.

Systematic examination, adjustment and cleaning of all detectors, manual fire


alarm stations, control panels, power supplies, relays, waterflow switches and
all accessories of the fire alarm system.
Each circuit in the fire alarm system shall be tested semiannually.
Each smoke detector shall be tested in accordance with the requirements of
NFPA 72 Chapter 7.

POST CONTRACT EXPANSIONS:

A.

The contractor shall have the ability to provide parts and labor to expand the
system specified, if so requested, for a period of five (5) years from the date of
acceptance.

B.

As part of the submittal, include a quotation for all parts and material, and all
installation and test labor as needed to increase the number of intelligent or
addressable devices by ten percent (10%). This quotation shall include intelligent
smoke detectors, intelligent heat detectors, addressable manual stations,
addressable monitor modules and addressable modules equal in number to one
tenth of the number required to meet this specification (list actual quantity of each
type).

C.

The quotation shall include installation, test labor, and labor to reprogram the

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system for this 10% expansion. If additional FACP hardware is required, include
the material and labor necessary to install this hardware.
D.

Do not include cost of conduit or wire or the cost to install conduit or wire except for
labor to make final connections at the FACP and at each intelligent addressable
device. Do not include the cost of conventional peripherals or the cost of initiating
devices or notification appliances connected to the addressable monitor/control
modules.

E.

Submittals that do not include this estimate of post contract expansion cost will not
be accepted.

1.7.

APPLICABLE STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS:


The specifications and standards listed below form a part of this specification. The
system shall fully comply with the latest issue of these standards, if applicable.

A.

National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) - USA:


No. 13
No. 15
No. 72
No. 101

1.8.
A.

APPROVALS:
The system shall have proper listing and/or approval from the following nationally
recognized agencies:

PART 2.0
2.1.

Sprinkler Systems
Water Spray Systems
National Fire Alarm Code
Life Safety Code

PRODUCTS

EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL, GENERAL:

A.

All equipment and components shall be new, and the manufacturer's current
model. The materials, appliances, equipment and devices shall be tested and listed
by a nationally recognized approvals agency for use as part of a protective
signaling system, meeting the National Fire Alarm Code.

B.

All equipment and components shall be installed in strict compliance with


manufacturers' recommendations. Consult the manufacturer's installation manuals
for all wiring diagrams, schematics, physical equipment sizes, etc., before
beginning system installation.

C.

All equipment shall be attached to walls and ceiling/floor assemblies and shall be

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held firmly in place (e.g., detectors shall not be supported solely by suspended
ceilings). Fasteners and supports shall be adequate to support the required load.
2.2.
A.

CONDUIT AND WIRE:


Conduit:
1.
2.
2.

3.

4.

5.

6.
B.

Conduit shall be in accordance with The National Electrical Code (NEC), local
and state requirements.
All conduits and fittings shall be explosion proof in hot area.
Where required, all wiring shall be installed in conduit or raceway. Conduit
fill shall not exceed 40 percent of interior cross sectional area where three or
more cables are contained within a single conduit.
Cable must be separated from any open conductors of power, or Class 1
circuits, and shall not be placed in any conduit, junction box or raceway
containing these conductors, per NEC Article 760.
Wiring for 24 volt DC control, alarm notification, emergency communication
and similar power-limited auxiliary functions may be run in the same conduit
as initiating and signaling line circuits. All circuits shall be provided with
transient suppression devices and the system shall be designed to permit
simultaneous operation of all circuits without interference or loss of signals.
Conduit shall not enter the fire alarm control panel, or any other remotely
mounted control panel equipment or backboxes, except where conduit entry
is specified by the FACP manufacturer.
Conduit shall be 3/4-inch (19.1 mm) minimum.

Wire:
1.
2.

3.
4.
5.

6.

All fire alarm system wiring shall be new.


Wiring shall be in accordance with local, state and national codes (e.g., NEC
Article 760) and as recommended by the manufacturer of the fire alarm
system. Number and size of conductors shall be as recommended by the fire
alarm system manufacturer, but not less than 18 AWG (1.02 mm) for Initiating
Device Circuits, Signaling Line Circuits, and Notification Appliance Circuits.
All wire and cable shall be listed and/or approved by a recognized testing
agency for use with a protective signaling system.
Wire and cable not installed in conduit shall have a fire resistance rating
suitable for the installation as indicated in NFPA 70 (e.g., FPLR).
Wiring used for the multiplex communication circuit (SLC) shall be twisted
and unshielded and support a minimum wiring distance of 12,500 feet. The
design of the system shall permit use of IDC and NAC wiring in the same
conduit with the SLC communication circuit.
All field wiring shall be electrically supervised for open circuit and ground
fault.

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The fire alarm control panel shall be capable of t-tapping Class B (NFPA
Style 4) Signaling Line Circuits (SLCs). Systems that do not allow or have
restrictions in, for example, the amount of t-taps, length of t-taps etc., are not
acceptable.

Terminal Boxes, Junction Boxes and Cabinets:


All boxes and cabinets shall be UL listed for their use and purpose. Those installed
in hot area shall be explosion proof.

D.

Initiating circuits shall be arranged to serve like categories (manual, smoke,


waterflow). Mixed category circuitry shall not be permitted except on signaling line
circuits connected to intelligent reporting devices.

E.

The fire alarm control panel shall be connected to a separate dedicated branch
circuit, maximum 20 amperes. This circuit shall be labeled at the main power
distribution panel as FIRE ALARM. Fire alarm control panel primary power wiring
shall be 12 AWG. The control panel cabinet shall be grounded securely to either a
cold water pipe or grounding rod.

2.3.

MAIN FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL OR NETWORK NODE:

A.

Main FACP or network node shall be a NOTIFIER Model NFS-320 and shall
contain a microprocessor based Central Processing Unit (CPU) and power supply
in an economical space saving single board design. The CPU shall communicate
with and control the following types of equipment used to make up the system:
intelligent addressable smoke and thermal (heat) detectors, addressable modules,
printer, annunciators, and other system controlled devices.

B.

Operator Control
1.

Acknowledge Switch:
a.

b.

2.

Activation of the control panel acknowledge switch in response to new


alarms and/or troubles shall silence the local panel piezo electric signal
and change the alarm and trouble LEDs from flashing mode to
steady-ON mode. If multiple alarm or trouble conditions exist,
depression of this switch shall advance the LCD display to the next
alarm or trouble condition.
Depression of the Acknowledge switch shall also silence all remote
annunciator piezo sounders.

Alarm Silence Switch:

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Activation of the alarm silence switch shall cause all programmed alarm
notification appliances and relays to return to the normal condition after an
alarm condition. The selection of notification circuits and relays that are
silenceable by this switch shall be fully field programmable within the confines
of all applicable standards. The FACP software shall include silence inhibit
and auto-silence timers.
3.

Alarm Activate (Drill) Switch:


The Alarm Activate switch shall activate all notification appliance circuits. The
drill function shall latch until the panel is silenced or reset.

4.

System Reset Switch:


Activation of the System Reset switch shall cause all electronically-latched
initiating devices, appliances or software zones, as well as all associated
output devices and circuits, to return to their normal condition.

5.

Lamp Test:
The Lamp Test switch shall activate all local system LEDs, light each
segment of the liquid crystal display and display the panel software revision
for service personal.

C.

System Capacity and General Operation


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

6.

7.

The control panel or each network node shall provide, or be capable of 318
intelligent/addressable devices.
The control panel or each network node shall include Form-C alarm, trouble,
supervisory, and security relays rated at a minimum of 2.0 amps @ 30 VDC.
It shall also include four Class B (NFPA Style Y) or Class A (NFPA Style Z)
programmable Notification Appliance Circuits.
The Notification Appliance Circuits shall be programmable to Synchronize
with System Sensor, Gentex and Wheelock Notification Appliances.
The system shall include a full featured operator interface control and
annunciation panel that shall include a backlit Liquid Crystal Display (LCD),
individual color coded system status LEDs, and an alphanumeric keypad with
easy touch rubber keys for the field programming and control of the fire alarm
system.
The system shall be programmable, configurable, and expandable in the field
without the need for special tools, PROM programmers or PC based
programmers. It shall not require replacement of memory ICs to facilitate
programming changes.
The system shall allow the programming of any input to activate any output or

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group of outputs. Systems that have limited programming (such as general


alarm), have complicated programming (such as a diode matrix), or require a
laptop personal computer are not considered suitable substitutes.
The FACP shall support up to 20 logic equations, including "and," "or," and
"not," or time delay equations to be used for advanced programming. Logic
equations shall require the use of a PC with a software utility designed for
programming.
The FACP or each network node shall provide the following features:
a.

b.
c.
d.

e.
f.
g.
h.

i.
j.

k.

l.
m.
n.
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Drift compensation to extend detector accuracy over life. Drift


compensation shall also include a smoothing feature, allowing transient
noise signals to be filtered out.
Detector sensitivity test, meeting requirements of NFPA 72.
Maintenance alert, with two levels (maintenance alert/maintenance
urgent), to warn of excessive smoke detector dirt or dust accumulation.
Nine sensitivity levels for alarm, selected by detector. The alarm level
range shall be .5 to 2.35 percent per foot for photoelectric detectors and
0.5 to 2.5 percent per foot for ionization detectors. The system shall
also support sensitive advanced detection laser detectors with an alarm
level range of .02 percent per foot to 2.0 percent per foot. The system
shall also include up to nine levels of Prealarm, selected by detector, to
indicate impending alarms to maintenance personnel.
The ability to display or print system reports.
Alarm verification, with counters and a trouble indication to alert
maintenance personnel when a detector enters verification 20 times.
PAS presignal, meeting NFPA 72 requirements.
Rapid manual station reporting (under 3 seconds) and shall meet NFPA
72 requirements for activation of notification circuits within 10 seconds
of initiating device activation.
Periodic detector test, conducted automatically by the software.
Self optimizing pre-alarm for advanced fire warning, which allows each
detector to learn its particular environment and set its prealarm level to
just above normal peaks.
Cross zoning with the capability of counting: two detectors in alarm, two
software zones in alarm, or one smoke detector and one thermal
detector.
Walk test, with a check for two detectors set to same address.
Control-by-time for non-fire operations, with holiday schedules.
Day/night automatic adjustment of detector sensitivity.
Device blink control for sleeping areas.

The FACP shall be capable of coding main panel node notification circuits in
March Time (120 PPM), Temporal (NFPA 72 A-2-2.2.2), and California Code.
Panel notification circuits (NAC 1, 2, 3 and 4) shall also support Two-Stage

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operation, Canadian Dual Stage (3 minutes) and Canadian Dual Stage (5


minutes). Two stage operation shall allow 20 Pulses Per Minute (PPM) on
alarm and 120 PPM after 5 minutes or when a second device activates.
Canadian Dual stage is the same as Two-Stage except will only switch to
second stage by activation of Drill Switch 3 or 5 minute timer. The panel
shall also provide a coding option that will synchronize specific strobe lights
designed to accept a specific "sync pulse."
Network Communication
a.

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The FACP shall be capable of communicating on a Local Area Network


(LAN), a firmware package that utilizes a peer-to-peer, inherently
regenerative communication format and protocol.

Central Microprocessor
1.

2.

3.

4.
5.
6.

The microprocessor shall be a state-of-the-art, high speed, 16-bit RISC


device and it shall communicate with, monitor and control all external
interfaces. It shall include an EPROM for system program storage, Flash
memory for building-specific program storage, and a "watch dog" timer circuit
to detect and report microprocessor failure.
The microprocessor shall contain and execute all control-by-event programs
for specific action to be taken if an alarm condition is detected by the system.
Control-by-event equations shall be held in non-volatile programmable
memory, and shall not be lost even if system primary and secondary power
failure occurs.
The microprocessor shall also provide a real-time clock for time annotation of
system displays, printer, and history file. The time-of-day and date shall not
be lost if system primary and secondary power supplies fail. The real time
clock may also be used to control non-fire functions at programmed
time-of-day, day-of-week, and day-of-year.
A special program check function shall be provided to detect common
operator errors.
An auto-program (self-learn) function shall be provided to quickly install initial
functions and make the system operational.
For flexibility and to ensure program validity, an optional Windows(TM) based
program utility shall be available. This program shall be used to off-line
program the system with batch upload/download, and have the ability to
upgrade the manufacturers (FLASH) system code changes. This program
shall also have a verification utility, which scans the program files, identifying
possible errors. It shall also have the ability to compare old program files to
new ones, identifying differences in the two files to allow complete testing of
any system operating changes. This shall be in incompliance with the NFPA
72 requirements for testing after system modification.

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System Display
1.

The system shall support an 80 character display. The display shall include
an 80-character backlit alphanumeric Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) and a full
PC style QWERTY keypad.

2.

The display shall provide all the controls and indicators used by the system
operator:
a.

3.

4.

5.

The 80-character display shall provide 12 Light-Emitting-Diodes (LEDs),


that indicate the status of the following system parameters: AC
POWER, FIRE ALARM, PREALARM WARNING, SECURITY ALARM,
SUPERVISORY SIGNAL, SYSTEM TROUBLE, DISABLED POINTS,
ALARM SILENCED, Controls Active, Pre-Discharge, Discharge and
Abort.

The display shall provide a QWERTY type keypad


a.

6.

The 80-character display shall include the following operator control


switches: ACKNOWLEDGE, ALARM SILENCE, ALARM ACTIVATE
(drill), SYSTEM RESET, and LAMP TEST.

The display shall annunciate status information and custom alphanumeric


labels for all intelligent detectors, addressable modules, internal panel
circuits, and software zones.
The display shall also provide Light-Emitting Diodes.
a.

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The 80-character display keypad shall be an easy to use QWERTY type


keypad, similar to a PC keyboard. This shall be part of the standard
system and have the capability to command all system functions, entry
of any alphabetic or numeric information, and field programming. Two
different password levels shall be provided to prevent unauthorized
system control or programming.

The system shall support the display of battery charging current and voltage
on the 80-character LCD display.

Signaling Line Circuits (SLC)


1.

Each FACP or FACP network node shall support one SLC. Each SLC
interface shall provide power to and communicate with up to 159 intelligent
detectors (ionization, photoelectric or thermal) and 159 intelligent modules
(monitor or control) for a loop capacity of 318 devices. SLC shall be capable
of NFPA 72 Style 4, Style 6, or Style 7 (Class A or B) wiring.

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2.

G.

CPU shall receive analog information from all intelligent detectors to be


processed to determine whether normal, alarm, prealarm, or trouble
conditions exist for each detector. The software shall automatically maintain
the detector's desired sensitivity level by adjusting for the effects of
environmental factors, including the accumulation of dust in each detector.
The analog information shall also be used for automatic detector testing and
for the automatic determination of detector maintenance requirements.

The system shall include two serial EIA-232 interfaces. Each interface shall
be a means of connecting UL Listed Information Technology Equipment (ITE)
peripherals.

Enclosures:
1.

2.
3.

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Serial Interfaces
1.

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The control panel shall be housed in a UL-listed cabinet suitable for surface
or semi-flush mounting. The cabinet and front shall be corrosion protected,
given a rust-resistant prime coat, and manufacturer's standard finish.
The back box and door shall be constructed of 0.060 steel with provisions for
electrical conduit connections into the sides and top.
The door shall provide a key lock and shall include a glass or other
transparent opening for viewing of all indicators. For convenience, the door
may be site configured for either right or left hand hinging.

Power Supply:
1.

2.
3.

4.

A high tech off-line switching power supply shall be available for the fire alarm
control panel or network node and provide 6.0 amps of available power for
the control panel and peripheral devices.
Provisions will be made to allow the audio-visual power to be increased as
required by adding modular expansion audio-visual power supplies.
Positive-Temperature-Coefficient (PTC) thermistors, circuit breakers, or other
over-current protection shall be provided on all power outputs. The power
supply shall provide an integral battery charger for use with batteries up to
200 AH or may be used with an external battery and charger system. Battery
arrangement may be configured in the field.
The power supply shall continuously monitor all field wires for earth ground
conditions, and shall have the following LED indicators:
Ground Fault LED
AC Power Fail LED
NAC on LED (4)

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The main power supply shall operate on 120 VAC, 60 Hz, and shall provide
all necessary power for the FACP.
The main power supply shall provide a battery charger using dual-rate
charging techniques for fast battery recharge and be capable of charging
batteries up to 200 AH.
All circuits shall be power-limited, per UL864 requirements.

Auxiliary Field Power Supply - Addressable


1.

2.

3.

4.

5.
6.

7.

8.

The auxiliary addressable power supply is a remote 24 VDC power supply


used to power Notification Devices and field devices that require regulated
24VDC power. The power supply shall also include and charge backup
batteries.
The addressable power supply for the fire alarm system shall provide up to a
minimum of 6.0 amps of 24 volt DC regulated power for Notification Appliance
Circuit (NAC) power or 10 amps of 24 volt DC general power. The power
supply shall have an additional .5 amp of 24 VDC auxiliary power for use
within the same cabinet as the power supply. It shall include an integral
charger designed to charge 12.0 - 200.0 amp hour batteries.
The addressable power supply shall provide four individually addressable
Notification Appliance Circuits that may be configured as two Class "A" and
two Class "B" or four Class "B" only circuits. All circuits shall be power-limited
per UL 864 requirements.
The addressable power supply shall provide built-in synchronization for
certain Notification Appliances on each circuit without the need for additional
synchronization modules. The power supply's output circuits shall be
individually selected for synchronization. A single addressable power supply
shall be capable of supporting both synchronized and non-synchronized
Notification Devices at the same time.
The addressable power supply shall operate on 120 or 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz.
The interface to the power supply from the Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP)
shall be via the Signaling Line Circuit (SLC) or other multiplexed means
Power supplies that do not use an intelligent interface are not suitable
substitutes. The required wiring from the FACP to the addressable power
supply shall be a single unshielded twisted pair wire. Data on the SLC shall
be transmitted between 24 VDC, 5 VDC and 0 VDC at approximately 3.33k
baud.
The addressable power supply shall supervise for battery charging failure, AC
power loss, power brownout, battery failure, NAC loss, and optional ground
fault detection. In the event of a trouble condition, the addressable power
supply shall report the incident and the applicable address to the FACP via
the SLC.
The addressable power supply shall have an AC Power Loss Delay option. If
this option is utilized and the addressable power supply experiences an AC

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10.
11.

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13.
14.

15.

16.

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power loss, reporting of the incident to the FACP will be delayed. A delay
time of zero, two, eight or sixteen hours shall be programmable.
The addressable power supply shall have an option for Canadian Trouble
Reporting and this option shall be programmable.
The addressable power supply mounts in either the FACP backbox or it's own
dedicated surface mounted backbox with cover.
Each of the power supply's four output circuits shall be programmed for
Notification Appliance Circuit or General Purpose 24 VDC power. Any output
circuit shall be able to provide up to 2.5 amps of 24 VDC power.
The addressable power supply's output circuits shall be individually
supervised when they are selected to be either a Notification Appliance
Circuit when wired Class "A" or by the use of and end-of-line resistor. When
the power supply's output circuit is selected as General 24VDC power, the
circuit shall be individually supervised when an end-of-line relay is used.
When selected for Notification Appliance Circuits, the output circuits shall be
individually programmable for Steady, March Time, Dual Stage or Temporal.
When selected as a Notification Appliance Circuit, the output circuits of the
addressable power supply shall have the option to be coded by the use of a
universal zone coder.
The addressable power supply shall interface and synchronize with other
power supplies of the same type. The required wiring to interface multiple
addressable power supplies shall be a single unshielded, twisted pair wire.
An individual or multiple interfaced addressable power supplies shall have the
option to use an external charger for battery charging. Interfaced power
supplies shall have the option to share backup battery power.

Specific System Operations


1.

2.

3.
4.

Smoke Detector Sensitivity Adjust: A means shall be provided for adjusting


the sensitivity of any or all addressable intelligent detectors in the system
from the system keypad. Sensitivity range shall be within the allowed UL
window and have a minimum of 9 levels.
Alarm Verification: Each of the intelligent addressable smoke detectors in the
system may be independently selected and enabled to be an alarm verified
detector. The alarm verification delay shall be programmable from 0 to 60
seconds and each detector shall be able to be selected for verification. The
FACP shall keep a count of the number of times that each detector has
entered the verification cycle. These counters may be displayed and reset by
the proper operator commands.
Point Disable: Any addressable device or conventional circuit in the system
may be enabled or disabled through the system keypad.
Point Read: The system shall be able to display or print the following point
status diagnostic functions:

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b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
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6.

7.

8.

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Device status
Device type
Custom device label
View analog detector values
Device zone assignments
All program parameters

System Status Reports: Upon command from an operator of the system, a


status report will be generated and printed, listing all system status.
System History Recording and Reporting: The fire alarm control panel shall
contain a history buffer that will be capable of storing up to 800 events. Up to
200 events shall be dedicated to alarm and the remaining events are general
purpose. Systems that do not have dedicated alarm storage, where events
are overridden by non-alarm type events, are not suitable substitutes. Each
of these activations will be stored and time and date stamped with the actual
time of the activation. The contents of the history buffer may be manually
reviewed, one event at a time, or printed in its entirety. The history buffer
shall use non-volatile memory. Systems that use volatile memory for history
storage are not acceptable substitutes.
Automatic Detector Maintenance Alert: The fire alarm control panel shall
automatically interrogate each intelligent detector and shall analyze the
detector responses over a period of time. If any intelligent detector in the
system responds with a reading that is above or below normal limits, then the
system will enter the trouble mode, and the particular detector will be
annunciated on the system display, and printed on the optional printer. This
feature shall in no way inhibit the receipt of alarm conditions in the system,
nor shall it require any special hardware, special tools or computer expertise
to perform.
Pre-Alarm Function: The system shall provide two levels of pre-alarm warning
to give advance notice of a possible fire situation. Both pre-alarm levels shall
be fully field adjustable. The first level shall give an audible indication at the
panel. The second level shall give an audible indication and may also activate
control relays. The system shall also have the ability to activate local detector
sounder bases at the pre-alarm level, to assist in avoiding nuisance alarms.
Software Zones: The FACP shall provide 100 software zones, 10 additional
special function zones, 10 releasing zones, and 20 logic zones.
The fire alarm control panel shall include a walk test feature. It shall include
the ability to test initiating device circuits and notification appliance circuits
from the field without returning to the panel to reset the system. Operation
shall be as follows:
a.
b.

Alarming an initiating device shall activate programmed outputs, which


are selected to participate in walk test, for 3 seconds.
Introducing a trouble into the initiating device shall activate the

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programmed outputs for 8 seconds.


All devices tested in walk test shall be recorded in the history buffer.

Waterflow Operation
An alarm from a waterflow detection device shall activate the appropriate
alarm message on the main panel display, turn on all programmed notification
appliance circuits and shall not be affected by the signal silence switch.

12.

Supervisory Operation
An alarm from a supervisory device shall cause the appropriate indication on
the system display, light a common supervisory LED, but will not cause the
system to enter the trouble mode.

13.

Signal Silence Operation


The FACP shall have the ability to program each output circuit (notification,
relay, speaker etc) to deactivate upon depression of the signal silence switch.

14.

Non-Alarm Input Operation


Any addressable initiating device in the system may be used as a non-alarm
input to monitor normally open contact type devices. Non-alarm functions are
a lower priority than fire alarm initiating devices.

2.4.

SYSTEM COMPONENTS:

A.

Manual Fire Alarm Stations


1.
2.
3.

4.

B.

Manual fire alarm stations shall be non-code, non-breakglass type, equipped


with key lock so that they may be tested without operating the handle.
Stations must be designed such that after an actual activation, they cannot be
restored to normal except by key reset.
An operated station shall automatically condition itself so as to be visually
detected, as operated, at a minimum distance of 100 feet (30.5 m) front or
side.
Manual stations shall be constructed of high impact Lexan, with operating
instructions provided on the cover. The word FIRE shall appear on the
manual station in letters one half inch (12.7 mm) in size or larger.

Alphanumeric LCD Type Annunciator:


1.

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3.
4.
5.
6.

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located back-lit LCD display containing a minimum of eighty (80) characters


for alarm annunciation in clear English text.
The LCD annunciator shall display all alarm and trouble conditions in the
system.
An audible indication of alarm shall be integral to the alphanumeric display.
The display shall be UL listed for fire alarm application.
It shall be possible to connect up to 32 LCD displays and be capable of wiring
distances up to 6,000 feet from the control panel.
The annunciator shall connect to a separate, dedicated "terminal mode"
EIA-485 interface. This is a two-wire loop connection and shall be capable of
distances to 6,000 feet. Each terminal mode LCD display shall mimic the
main control panel.
The system shall allow a minimum of 32 terminal mode LCD annunciators
and shall be capable of the following system functions: Acknowledge, Signal
Silence and Reset, which shall be protected from unauthorized use by a key
switch or password.
The LED annunciator shall offer an interface to a graphic style annunciator
and provide each of the features listed above.

C.

All interfaces and associated equipment are to be protected so that they will not be
affected by voltage surges or line transients consistent with UL standard 864.

D.

Field Wiring Terminal Blocks


For ease of service all panel I/O wiring terminal blocks shall be removable, plug-in
types and have sufficient capacity for #18 to #12 AWG wire. Terminal blocks that
are permanently fixed are not acceptable.

2.5.
A.

SYSTEM COMPONENTS - ADDRESSABLE DEVICES


Addressable Devices - General
1.

2.

3.
4.

Addressable devices shall use simple to install and maintain decade, decimal
address switches. Devices shall be capable of being set to an address in a
range of 001 to 159.
Addressable devices, which use a binary-coded address setting method,
such as a DIP-switch, are not an allowable substitute. Addressable devices
that require the address be programmed using a special tool or programming
utility are not an allowable substitute.
Detectors shall be intelligent (analog) and addressable, and shall connect
with two wires to the fire alarm control panel Signaling Line Circuits.
Addressable smoke and thermal detectors shall provide dual alarm and
power/polling LEDs. Both LEDs shall flash green under normal conditions,

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6.

7.

8.

9.
10.

11.
12.

13.

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indicating that the detector is operational and in regular communication with


the control panel, and both LEDs shall be placed into steady red illumination
by the control panel, indicating that an alarm condition has been detected. If
required, the LED flash shall have the ability to be removed from the system
program. An output connection shall also be provided in the base to connect
an external remote alarm LED.
The fire alarm control panel shall permit detector sensitivity adjustment
through field programming of the system. The panel on a time-of-day basis
shall automatically adjust sensitivity.
Using software in the FACP, detectors shall automatically compensate for
dust accumulation and other slow environmental changes that may affect
their performance. The detectors shall be listed by UL as meeting the
calibrated sensitivity test requirements of NFPA Standard 72.
The detectors shall be ceiling-mount and shall include a separate twist-lock
base with tamper proof feature. Base options shall include a sounder base
with a built-in (local) sounder rated at 85 DBA minimum, a relay base and an
isolator base designed for Style 7 applications.
The detectors shall provide a test means whereby they will simulate an alarm
condition and report that condition to the control panel. Such a test may be
initiated at the detector itself (by activating a magnetic switch) or initiated
remotely on command from the control panel.
Detectors shall also store an internal identifying type code that the control
panel shall use to identify the type of device (ION, PHOTO, THERMAL).
Detectors will operate in an analog fashion, where the detector simply
measures its designed environment variable and transmits an analog value to
the FACP based on real-time measured values. The FACP software, not the
detector, shall make the alarm/normal decision, thereby allowing the
sensitivity of each detector to be set in the FACP program and allowing the
system operator to view the current analog value of each detector.
Addressable devices shall store an internal identifying code that the control
panel shall use to identify the type of device.
A magnetic test switch shall be provided to test detectors and modules.
Detectors shall report an indication of an analog value reaching 100% of the
alarm threshold.
Addressable modules shall mount in a 4-inch square (101.6 mm square),
2-1/8 inch (54 mm) deep electrical box. An optional surface mount Lexan
enclosure shall be available.

Addressable Manual Fire Alarm Box (manual station)


1.

Addressable manual fire alarm boxes shall, on command from the control
panel, send data to the panel representing the state of the manual switch and
the addressable communication module status. They shall use a key
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3.

C.

2.

3.

4.

The detectors shall use the photoelectric (light-scattering) principal to


measure smoke density and shall, on command from the control panel, send
data to the panel representing the analog level of smoke density.

Addressable monitor modules shall be provided to connect one supervised


IDC zone of conventional alarm initiating devices (any N.O. dry contact
device) to one of the fire alarm control panel SLCs.
The IDC zone shall be suitable for Style D or Style B operation. An LED shall
be provided that shall flash under normal conditions, indicating that the
monitor module is operational and in regular communication with the control
panel.
For difficult to reach areas, the monitor module shall be available in a
miniature package and shall be no larger than 2-3/4 inch (70 mm) x 1-1/4 inch
(31.7 mm) x 1/2 inch (12.7 mm). This version need not include Style D or an
LED.
For multiple dry contact monitoring a module shall be available that provides
10 Style B or 5 Style D input circuits.

Two Wire Detector Monitor Module


1.

2.

3.

F.

emergency operation, they cannot be restored to normal use except by the


use of a key.
All operated stations shall have a positive, visual indication of operation and
utilize a key type reset.
Manual fire alarm boxes shall be constructed of Lexan with clearly visible
operating instructions provided on the cover. The word FIRE shall appear on
the front of the stations in raised letters, 1.75 inches (44 mm) or larger.

Addressable Dry Contact Monitor Module


1.

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Addressable monitor modules shall be provided to connect one supervised


IDC zone of conventional 2-wire smoke detectors or alarm initiating devices
(any N.O. dry contact device).
The IDC zone may be wired for Class A or B (Style D or Style B) operation.
An LED shall be provided that shall flash under normal conditions, indicating
that the monitor module is operational and in regular communication with the
control panel.
For multiple 2-wire smoke detector circuit monitoring a module shall be
available that provides 6 Style B or 3 Style D input circuits.

Addressable Control Module

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1.

2.
3.

4.

G.

2.

Addressable control modules shall be provided to supervise and control the


operation of one conventional NACs of compatible, 24 VDC powered,
polarized audio/visual notification appliances.
The control module NAC may be wired for Style Z or Style Y (Class A/B) with
a current rating of 2 Amps for Style Z and 3 Amps for Style Y.
Audio/visual power shall be provided by a separate supervised circuit from
the main fire alarm control panel or from a supervised UL listed remote
supply.
For multiple circuit control a module shall be available that provides 6 Style B
or 3 Style D control circuits.

Addressable Relay Modules shall be available for HVAC control and other
network building functions. The module shall provide two form C relays
rated at up to 3 Amps resistive and up to 2.0 Amps inductive. The relay coil
shall be magnetically latched to reduce wiring connection requirements, and
to insure that 100% of all auxiliary devices energize at the same time on the
same pair of wires.
For multiple relay control a module shall be available that provides 6
programmable Form-C relays.

Isolator Module
1.

2.

3.

4.

B.

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Isolator modules shall be provided to automatically isolate wire-to-wire short


circuits on an SLC Class A or Class B branch. The isolator module shall limit
the number of modules or detectors that may be rendered inoperative by a
short circuit fault on the SLC loop segment or branch. At least one isolator
module shall be provided for each floor or protected zone of the building.
If a wire-to-wire short occurs, the isolator module shall automatically
open-circuit (disconnect) the SLC. When the short circuit condition is
corrected, the isolator module shall automatically reconnect the isolated
section.
The isolator module shall not require address-setting, and its operations shall
be totally automatic. It shall not be necessary to replace or reset an isolator
module after its normal operation.
The isolator module shall provide a single LED that shall flash to indicate that
the isolator is operational and shall illuminate steadily to indicate that a short
circuit condition has been detected and isolated.

Conventional Devices - General


1.

Special explosion proof devices will be installed in the hot area.

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Explosion Proof Smoke detectors


1.

Explosion-Proof Smoke Detector shall be a Class I and/or Division 1, 2 and


Zone 1 explosion-proof rated smoke detector suitable for hazardous,
industrial, and commercial applications, ad it shall be special suitable for
Munitions manufacturing. Smoke detector shall operate effectively in both
smoldering and rapidly growing fires. Smoke Detector outputs must include
0-20 mA, a localized LED, and alarm and trouble relays.

BASIC TECHNOLOGY FEATURES

FM Approved for use in Class I and or class 2, Division 1, and Zone 1


hazardous locations
FM Approved for smoke detection performance
IECEx Zone approved
Trouble-free photoelectric operation
0-20 mA output for DCS integration
Self-checking circuitry ensures reliable smoke detection
Alarm, Auxiliary, and Fault relays for controlling annunciating devices or fire
panel interface
LED provides a visual indication that an alarm has occurred
IP44 ingress protection level suitable for onshore or offshore requirements

BASIC SPECIFICATIONS

D.

Operating Temperature: 12-30 Vdc (24 Vdc nominal).


Power Consumption: 3.5 watts maximum (2.75 watts at 24 Vdc).
Output Relays: Smoke alarm relay, Form C, 5 amperes at 30 Vdc:
Operating: 20C to +65C (4F to +149F)
Storage: 55C to +70C (67F to +158F ).
Humidity Range: 5 to 95% relative humidity.
Ingress Protection: IP44 (Applicable to ceiling mount only).
Current Output: 0-20 mA (0.3 mA) dc current, with maximum loop
resistance of 300 ohms from 12-17.9 Vdc,

Explosion Proof Pull Stations


1.

The non-coded Manual Pull Stations shall be Wheelock Series MPS Single
Action, Double Action or approved equals. They shall be constructed of a
rugged die-cast metal housing with key reset and corrosion resistant, gold
plated single or double pole, single or double throw contacts. The wiring
connections shall be made via a terminal strip and the unit shall mount to a

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single gang backbox and when Weatherproof Manual Pull Stations are
required, the backbox shall be the Wheelock Series MPS-WP Backbox with
Gasket Assembly. MPS Pull Stations shall be NEMA-3R listed when
mounted to the MPS-WP weatherproof back box. The Series MPS-400X shall
be installed in installations that require Explosion Proof, Marine or NEMA 4X
rated initiating devices. Temperature rating -40F to 150F.
E.

Explosion Proof Horn/Strobes


1.

F.

Horn/Strobe combo shall include integral visual and audible signaling devices
pre-wired for simultaneous output activation. It shall be suitable for Class
I,Class II, Division 2 applications with strobe light and audible tone generator
in one package. Combo will be UL, cUL, Ex and ATEX listed and/or aproved.
The flamepaths, flare, and body shall be manufactured completely from a UV
stable glass reinforced polyester. Stainless steel screws and sinter are
incorporated thus ensuring a corrosion-free product. Sound power shall be at
least 108dBA output at 10 feet with 27 tones, user selectable. Strobe light
power will be at least 30 Cd.

Explosion Proof Heat detector


1. The thermal detectors used shall be 302 series Thermal Detectors. These

detectors shall operate on the rate compensation temperature concept.


These devices shall operate without noticeable thermal lag and be
designed to anticipate and compensate for temperature rate-of-rise
conditions. These detectors shall not rely on any barometric principle to
prevent: 1) premature actuation of a fast heat rise; 2) lagging more than 5%
above rating with any type of heat rise. Thermal detectors shall be
hermetically sealed, shock and corrosion resistant and tamper proof. They
shall automatically reset when the temperature returns to normal. Thermal
detectors shall have a setting of 135F (57.2C) or other appropriate
temperature and be designed for interior, weatherproof or explosion
applications
2.6.

BATTERIES:

A.

The battery shall have sufficient capacity to power the fire alarm system for not less
than twenty-four hours plus 5 minutes of alarm upon a normal AC power failure.

B.

The batteries are to be completely maintenance free. No liquids are required. Fluid
level checks for refilling, spills, and leakage shall not be required.

C.

If necessary to meet standby requirements, external battery and charger systems


may be used.

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3.1.

INSTALLATION:

A.

Installation shall be in accordance with the NEC, NFPA 72, local and state codes,
as shown on the drawings, and as recommended by the major equipment
manufacturer.

B.

All conduit, junction boxes, conduit supports and hangers shall be concealed in
finished areas and may be exposed in unfinished areas. Smoke detectors shall not
be installed prior to the system programming and test period. If construction is
ongoing during this period, measures shall be taken to protect smoke detectors
from contamination and physical damage.

C.

All fire detection and alarm system devices, control panels and remote
annunciators shall be flush mounted when located in finished areas and may be
surface mounted when located in unfinished areas.

D.

Manual fire alarm boxes shall be suitable for surface mounting or semi-flush
mounting as shown on the plans, and shall be installed not less than 42 inches
(1067 mm), nor more than 48 inches (122 mm) above the finished floor.

3.2.

TEST:
The service of a competent, factory-trained engineer or technician authorized by
the manufacturer of the fire alarm equipment shall be provided to technically
supervise and participate during all of the adjustments and tests for the system. All
testing shall be in accordance with NFPA 72, Chapter 7.

A.

Before energizing the cables and wires, check for correct connections and test for
short circuits, ground faults, continuity, and insulation.

B.

Close each sprinkler system flow valve and verify proper supervisory alarm at the
FACP.

C.

Verify activation of all waterflow switches.

D.

Open initiating device circuits and verify that the trouble signal actuates.

E.

Open and short signaling line circuits and verify that the trouble signal actuates.

F.

Open and short notification appliance circuits and verify that trouble signal
actuates.

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Ground all circuits and verify response of trouble signals.

H.

Check presence and audibility of tone at all alarm notification devices.

I.

Check installation, supervision, and operation of all intelligent smoke detectors


using the walk test.

J.

Each of the alarm conditions that the system is required to detect should be
introduced on the system. Verify the proper receipt and the proper processing of
the signal at the FACP and the correct activation of the control points.

K.

When the system is equipped with optional features, the manufacturer's manual
shall be consulted to determine the proper testing procedures. This is intended to
address such items as verifying controls performed by individually addressed or
grouped devices, sensitivity monitoring, verification functionality and similar.

3.3.
A.

3.4.

FINAL INSPECTION:
At the final inspection, a factory-trained representative of the manufacturer of the
major equipment shall demonstrate that the system functions properly in every
respect.
INSTRUCTION:

A.

Instruction shall be provided as required for operating the system. Hands-on


demonstrations of the operation of all system components and the entire system
including program changes and functions shall be provided.

B.

The contractor and/or the systems manufacturer's representatives shall provide a


typewritten "Sequence of Operation."

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4.1.

CALCULATIONS

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NFS-320 - AC Branch Current


Select devices using the "Qty" column.
Use yellow cells to enter quantities and current values.
To show only selected devices, select "Show Selected Devices".
To clear selected devices, select "Clear Selections".
Note: These selections only determine the AC branch current. If these devices will affect the battery requirements, you
need to select them on the System Current Draw sheet.

120 VAC

Device
CPS-24

220/240 VAC

Qty
1

Current
5,00 A

DAX-5070

0,55 A

DAX-3525

0,50 A

DAX-3570
[ ]
[ ]

0
0
0

x
x
x

0,55 A
0,00 A
0,00 A

AC Branch Required:

Total
5,00 A

5,00 A

System Current Draw - NFS-320


C1
C2
C3
C4

Total Current
0,536 A
3,860 A
0,576 A
3,900 A

Device
CPU-320
CPS-24
# of NACs in use
SLC1 Device Activation Current
APS-6R Power Supplies
FSP-851
FMM-101
FDRM-1
SLC Loop Device Activation Current

XP6-MA IDC Circuits


P2RH135

Primary Alarm - C2

Primary Non-Alarm - C1

3,860

0,536
0,00

7,80

Qty
1
1
2
1
2
7
21
5
1
10
8
1

15,60 23,40 31,20


Power Used (Amps)

39,00

C1 - Primary Non-Alarm
Draw
Total
x
0,25000
0,25000
x
0,00000
0,00000
x
0,03500
0,07000
x
0,20000
0,20000
x
0,00000
0,00000
x
0,00030
0,00210
x
0,00035
0,00735
x
0,00130
0,00650
0,00000
0,00000
x
0,00000
0,00000
x
0,00000
0,00000
Total NonAlarm Load:

0,536

C4 - Maximum Secondary Fire Alarm Current Draw


Only include those additional power supplies that are backed up by the control
panels batteries.
Device
Qty
Draw
Total
Total Primary Alarm Load - C2
1
3,860
3,860
CPS-24
1
x
0,040
0,040
NCA2 - Backlight Off with loss of AC
0
x
-0,200
APS-6R Power Supplies
0
0,000
APS2-6R Power Supplies
0
0,000
ACPS-610 Power Supplies
0
0,000
FCPS-24S6 Power Supplies
0
0,000
FCPS-24S8 Power Supplies
0
0,000
HPFF8 Power Supplies
0
0,000
HPFF12 Power Supplies
0
0,000
DAA2 Series
0
0,000
DAX Series
0
0,000
DAA Series
0
0,000
DS-DB
0
0,000
FireVoice Panels
0
0,000
FireVoice Distributed Audio Panels
0
0,000
NFC-50/100
0
0,000
NFC Distributed Audio
0
0,000
XPIQ
0
0,000
AA-30
0
x
3,000
AA-120
0
x
7,300
Other Power Supply
0
x
0,000
Other Power Supply
0
x
0,000
Other Power Supply
0
x
0,000
Total Standby Alarm Load:

3,900

0,00

Qty
1
1
2
1
2
7
21
5
1
10
8

14,80

29,60 44,40 59,20


Power Used (Amps)

C2 - Primary Alarm
Draw
Total
x 0,25000
0,25000
x 0,00000
0,00000
x 0,03500
0,07000
x 0,20000
0,20000
x 0,00000
0,00000
0,00000
0,00000
0,00000
0,00000
0,00000
0,00000
x 0,40000
0,40000
x 0,09000
0,90000
x 0,25500
2,04000

Total Alarm Load:

3,860

74,00

C3 - Secondary Non-Alarm
Qty
Draw
Total
1 x 0,25000
0,25000
1 x 0,04000
0,04000
2 x 0,03500
0,07000
1 x 0,20000
0,20000
2 x 0,00000
0,00000
7 x 0,00030
0,00210
21 x 0,00035
0,00735
5 x 0,00130
0,00650
1
0,00000
0,00000
10 x 0,00000
0,00000
8 x 0,00000
0,00000
Total Standby
Load:

0,576

System Power Requirements


Notifier NFS-320 Fire Alarm Control Panel

Protected Premises: LABORATORY FIRE ALARM


Address:

Date:

LA GOAJIRA

City:

State:

Zip:

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Phone:

Address:

Email:

City:

State:

AC Branch Current Requirements

Zip:

5,00

AMPS @ 120 VAC

0,54

Amps

3,86

Amps

16,98

Amp Hours

Current required by source to power the fire alarm


system.

Primary Standby Load


Current load on the primary power supply during
non-alarm conditions.

Primary Alarm Load


Current load on the primary power supply during
alarm conditions.

Secondary Load Requirements

Total Secondary Load from the calculation table below.

Current Draw
Secondary Standby Load
0,576 A
Secondary Alarm Load
3,900 A

Battery Selection

x
x

Time (hours)
Required Standby Time
24 hours
Required Alarm Time (hours)

0,084 hours
Total Secondary Load
Derating factor
Secondary Load Requirements (Amp Hours)

18

Select batteries from the list below.


18 AH BAT-12180 Battery (12 volt)

TRUE

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Amp Hours

Total (AH)
13,82
0,33
14,15
x 1,2
16,98

AH

Battery Distribution Chart


Shows amp-hour distribution of your selections.

Secondary
Alarm Capacity
Load
Spare Battery
2% 6%

Spare Battery Capacity

Secondary Standby Load

Secondary Alarm Load


Secondary
Standby Load
92%

Comments
1. Batteries will fit in the FACP cabinet.
2. Selected battery size meets secondary load requirements.
3. The selected batteries (18AH) are within the charger range of this power supply (18-200AH).
Spare Battery Capacity
Secondary Standby Load
Secondary Alarm Load

1,02
16,59
0,39

Battery Selection (AH) - Secondary Load Requirements (AH)


Secondary Standby Load (AH) * Derating Factor
Secondary Alarm Load (AH) * Derating Factor

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Voltage Drop Analysis


NFS-320 Notification Appliance Circuit (1.5 amps)
Notification Appliances - NAC #1
Source Voltage: 1948,00 VDC Terminal Voltage
Protected Premises: PR-2016-003 - REV B - LABORATORY FIRE ALARM
Address: LA GOAJIRA
State:

Date: 4/14/2008

City:
Zip:

Note:

Prepared By: JOSE PRADA

Phone:

Address:

City:

State:

Zip:

Device #
1
2
3
4

Part Number
43T-G10-24-R
P2W75
P2W75
P2W75
Total Current:

Current
(amps)
0.4100
0.1760
0.1760
0.1760
0.9380

Distance (Feet)
Between

Total

25
56
59
57

25
81
140
197

% Voltage Drop:

Circuit Voltage @ Each Device


10 AWG 12 AWG 14 AWG 16 AWG 18 AWG
1.941,26
1.931,72
1.924,18
1.919,33

1.937,25
1.922,03
1.910,01
1.902,26

1.930,90
1.906,69
1.887,57
1.875,25

1.920,76
1.882,21
1.851,74
1.832,12

1.904,72
1.843,46
1.795,05
1.763,87

1.47

2,35

3,73

5,95

9,45

Go

Go

Go

Go

Go

Strikethrough indicates a value below the device's minimum voltage at indicated location and wire gauge
These calculations assume a worst-case source voltage as measured by UL with the batteries depleted to 20.4 volts. Under
AC power and for most of the drain cycle of the batteries, the circuit voltages will be substantially higher and thus, would
support a greater number of devices. A device's minimum operating voltage is derived from the UL-requirement that it
operate within a Regulated Voltage Range (16VDC - 33VDC).
20/02/2016

Voltage Drop Analysis


NFS-320 Notification Appliance Circuit (1.5 amps)
Notification Appliances - NAC #2
Source Voltage: 1948,00 VDC Terminal Voltage
Protected Premises: PR-2016-003 - REV B - LABORATORY FIRE ALARM
Address: LA GOAJIRA
State:

Date: 4/14/2008

City:
Zip:

Note:

Prepared By: JOSE PRADA

Phone:

Address:

City:

State:

Zip:

Device #
1
2
3
4

Part Number
P2W75
AS-2430MCW-FR
AS-2430MCW-FR
AS-2430MCW-FR
Total Current:

Current
(amps)
0.1760
0.1250
0.1250
0.1250
0.5510

Distance (Feet)
Between

Total

40
40
40
79

40
80
120
199

% Voltage Drop:

Circuit Voltage @ Each Device


10 AWG 12 AWG 14 AWG 16 AWG 18 AWG
1.942,67
1.939,04
1.936,62
1.934,23

1.939,49
1.933,70
1.929,84
1.926,03

1.934,47
1.925,26
1.919,12
1.913,05

1.926,44
1.911,77
1.901,99
1.892,34

1.913,75
1.890,44
1.874,90
1.859,55

0.71

1,13

1,79

2,86

4,54

Go

Go

Go

Go

Go

Strikethrough indicates a value below the device's minimum voltage at indicated location and wire gauge
These calculations assume a worst-case source voltage as measured by UL with the batteries depleted to 20.4 volts. Under
AC power and for most of the drain cycle of the batteries, the circuit voltages will be substantially higher and thus, would
support a greater number of devices. A device's minimum operating voltage is derived from the UL-requirement that it
operate within a Regulated Voltage Range (16VDC - 33VDC).
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DEVICE LIST AND BOM

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EP-D001
EP-D002
EP-D003
EP-D004
EP-D005

LOCATION
PROCESS AREA
PROCESS AREA
CORRIDOR
PROCESS AREA
PROCESS AREA

EP-D007
EP-D008
EP-D009
EP-D010
EP-D011

DESCRIPCION
Explosion Proof Smoke Detector
Explosion Proof Smoke Detector
Explosion Proof Smoke Detector
Explosion Proof Smoke Detector
Explosion Proof Smoke Detector
EDWARDS Rate Compensation Heat Detectors 302
Series
Explosion Proof Smoke Detector
Explosion Proof Smoke Detector
Explosion Proof Smoke Detector
Explosion Proof Smoke Detector
Explosion Proof Smoke Detector

EP-HS001

MEDC Series EP HORN/STROBE

PROCCES AREA

EP-HS002

MEDC Series EP HORN/STROBE

CORRIDOR

EP-HS003

MEDC Series EP HORN/STROBE

CORRIDOR

EP-HS004

MEDC Series EP HORN/STROBE

PROCCES AREA

EP-D006

EP-PS001
EP-PS002
EP-PS003
EP-PS004
EP-PS005
EP-PS006
FACP-001

MPS-400X 8403 Explosion Proof PULL STATION, Single


Action, Key Reset
MPS-400X 8403 Explosion Proof PULL STATION, Single
Action, Key Reset
MPS-400X 8403 Explosion Proof PULL STATION, Single
Action, Key Reset
MPS-400X 8403 Explosion Proof PULL STATION, Single
Action, Key Reset
MPS-400X 8403 Explosion Proof PULL STATION, Single
Action, Key Reset
MPS-400X 8403 Explosion Proof PULL STATION, Single
Action, Key Reset
NFS-320

SPEC

PROCCES
CORRIDOR
PROCESS AREA
PROCESS AREA
PROCESS AREA
CORRIDOR
115dB(A) at 1m
output, 29 Cd
115dB(A) at 1m
output, 29 Cd
115dB(A) at 1m
output, 29 Cd
115dB(A) at 1m
output, 29 Cd

PROCESS AREA
PROCESS AREA
PROCESS AREA
PROCESS AREA
CORRIDOR
CORRIDOR
OFFICE

HS001

SpectrAlert Advance Selectable Output HORN/STROBE OFFICE

HS002

SpectrAlert Advance Selectable Output HORN/STROBE OFFICE

HS003

SpectrAlert Advance Selectable Output HORN/STROBE OFFICE

HS004

SpectrAlert Advance Selectable Output HORN/STROBE OFFICE

90 dB @ 3.0M |
75CD
90 dB @ 3.0M |
75CD
90 dB @ 3.0M |
75CD
90 dB @ 3.0M |
75CD

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L1D001
L1D002
L1D003
L1D004
L1D005
L1D006
L1D007
L1M001
L1M002
L1M004
L1M005
L1M006
L1M006
L1M007
L1M008
L1M009
L1M010
L1M011
L1M012
L1M013
L1M014
L1M015
L1M016
L1M017
L1M018
PS001
PS002
PS003
PS004
PWS001
PWS002
XP6-MA-001
XP6-MA-002

DESCRIPCION
Smoke Detectors with FlashScan
Smoke Detectors with FlashScan
Smoke Detectors with FlashScan
Smoke Detectors with FlashScan
Smoke Detectors with FlashScan
Smoke Detectors with FlashScan
Smoke Detectors with FlashScan
FM-101 - MONITOR MODULE
FM-101 - MONITOR MODULE
FM-101 - MONITOR MODULE
FM-101 - MONITOR MODULE
FM-101 - MONITOR MODULE
FM-101 - MONITOR MODULE
FRM-1(A) Relay Module
FRM-1(A) Relay Module
FRM-1(A) Relay Module
FRM-1(A) Relay Module
FRM-1(A) Relay Module
FM-101 - MONITOR MODULE
FM-101 - MONITOR MODULE
FM-101 - MONITOR MODULE
FM-101 - MONITOR MODULE
FM-101 - MONITOR MODULE
FM-101 - MONITOR MODULE
FM-101 - MONITOR MODULE
NBG-12LX Addressable Manual Pull Station
NBG-12LX Addressable Manual Pull Station
NBG-12LX Addressable Manual Pull Station
NBG-12LX Addressable Manual Pull Station
6AMP AUXILIARY POWER SUPPLY
6AMP AUXILIARY POWER SUPPLY
XP6-MA Six Zone Interface Module
XP6-MA Six Zone Interface Module

LOCATION
OFFICE
OFFICE
OFFICE
OFFICE
OFFICE
OFFICE
OFFICE
PROCCES
PROCCES
PROCCES
PROCCES
PROCCES
PROCCES
PROCCES
PROCCES
PROCCES
PROCCES
PROCCES
OUTDOOR
OUTDOOR
PUMP HOUSE
PUMP HOUSE
PUMP HOUSE
PUMP HOUSE
PUMP HOUSE
OFFICE
OFFICE
OFFICE
OFFICE
OFFICE
PROCCES
PROCCES
PROCCES

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NOTIFIER 6AMP AUXILIARY POWER SUPPLY
EDWARDS Rate Compensation Heat Detectors 302 Series
Explosion Proof Smoke Detector
FM-101 - MONITOR MODULE
FRM-1(A) Relay Module
MEDC Series EP HORN/STROBE
MPS-400X 8403 Explosion Proof PULL STATION, Single Action, Key Reset
NBG-12LX Addressable Manual Pull Station
NFS-320 NOTIFIER FIRE ALARM PANEL WITH 18 AH BATTERIES
Smoke Detectors with FlashScan
SpectrAlert Advance Selectable Output HORN/STROBE
XP6-MA Six Zone Interface Module
3/4" EMT ELECTRIC CONDUIT. INCLUDES CONDUIT, ACCESORIES, SPLICE BOXES AND
RELATED MATERIAL ACCORDING TO DRAWINGS
1" IMC ELECTRIC CONDUIT. INCLUDES CONDUIT, ACCESORIES, SPLICE BOXES AND
RELATED MATERIAL ACCORDING TO DRAWINGS
FPLR CABLE - PAIR 2 X 16, SHIELDED
FPLR CABLE - PAIR 2 X 14, UNSHIELDED

UNIT CANT
2
PIECE
1
PIECE
10
PIECE
13
PIECE
5
PIECE
4
PIECE
6
PIECE
4
PIECE
1
PIECE
7
PIECE
4
PIECE
2
PIECE
M

100

150

200
250

CONDUIT SUPPORT FOR 3/4" AND 1" CONDUIT USING BVT Series - VibraClamp

PIECE

100

Explosionproof, Dust-Ignitionproof APPLETON JUCTION BOX 20" X 20"

PIECE

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MANUFACTURERS DATA SHEETS

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NFS-320
Intelligent Addressable
Fire Alarm System
Intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panels

General
The NFS-320 intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panel is part of the
ONYX Series of Fire Alarm Controls from NOTIFIER.
In stand-alone or network configurations, ONYX Series products
meet virtually every application requirement.

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The NFS-320s modular design makes system planning easier.


The panel can be configured with just a few devices for small
building applications, or networked with many devices to protect
a large campus or a high-rise office block. Simply add additional
peripheral equipment to suit the application. Wireless fire protection can be added with the SWIFT wireless gateway and
devices.
For installations using NFS-320C, an optional ACM Series
annunciator can be mounted in the same cabinet (up to 48
zones/points, order separately; see DN-60085).
NOTE: Unless called out with a version-specific R, C or E at
the end of the part number, NFS-320 refers to models NFS-320,
NFS-320R, NFS-320C, and NFS-320E.

NFS-320

Features
Certified for seismic applications when used with the appropriate seismic mounting kit.
Approved for Marine applications when used with listed compatible equipment. See DN-60688.
One isolated intelligent Signaling Line Circuit (SLC) Style 4, 6
or 7.
Up to 159 detectors and 159 modules per SLC; 318 devices
maximum.
Detectors can be any mix of ion, photo, thermal, or multisensor; wireless detectors are available for use with the
FWSG.
Modules include addressable pull stations, normally open
contact devices, two-wire smoke detectors, notification, or
relay; wireless modules are available for use with the
FWSG.
Optional FWSG Wireless SWIFT Gateway supports wireless
SLC devices.
Standard 80-character display.
Network options:
High-speed network for up to 200 nodes (NFS2-3030,
NFS2-640, NFS-320(C), NFS-320SYS, NCA-2, DVC-EM,
ONYXWorks, NFS-3030, NFS-640, and NCA).
Standard network for up to 103 nodes (NFS2-3030, NFS2640, NFS-320(C), NFS-320SYS, NCA-2, DVC-EM, ONYXWorks, NCS, NFS-3030, NFS-640, NCA, AFP-200, AFP300/400, AFP-1010, and AM2020). Up to 54 nodes when
DVC-EM is used in network paging.
6.0 A power supply with four Class A/B built-in Notification
Appliance Circuits (NAC). Selectable System Sensor,
Wheelock, or Gentex strobe synchronization.
Built-in Alarm, Trouble, Security, and Supervisory relays.
VeriFire Tools online or offline programming utility. Upload/
Download, save, store, check, compare, and simulate panel
databases. Upgrade panel firmware.
Autoprogramming and Walk Test reports.
Multiple central station communication options:

Standard UDACT
Internet
Internet/GSM
80-character remote annunciators (up to 32).
EIA-485 annunciators, including custom graphics.
Printer interface (80-column and 40-column printers).
History file with 800-event capacity in nonvolatile memory,
plus separate 200-event alarm-only file.
Alarm Verification selection per point, with automatic counter.
Presignal/Positive Alarm Sequence (PAS).
Silence inhibit and Auto Silence timer options.
NAC coding functions:
March time.
Temporal.
California two-stage coding.
Canadian two-stage.
Strobe synchronization.
Field-programmable on panel or on PC, with VeriFire Tools
program check, compare, simulate.
Full QWERTY keypad.
Battery charger supports 18 200 AH batteries.
Non-alarm points for lower priority functions.
Remote ACK/Signal Silence/System Reset/Drill via monitor
modules.
Automatic time control functions, with holiday exceptions.
Extensive, built-in transient protection.
Powerful Boolean logic equations.

FLASHSCAN INTELLIGENT FEATURES

Polls up to 318 devices in less than two seconds.


Activates up to 159 outputs in less than five seconds.
Multicolor LEDs blink device address during Walk Test.
Fully digital, high-precision protocol (U.S. Patent 5,539,389).
Manual sensitivity adjustment up to nine levels.
Pre-alarm ONYX intelligent sensing up to nine levels.
Day/Night automatic sensitivity adjustment.
Sensitivity windows:

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Ion 0.5 to 2.5%/foot obscuration.


Photo 0.5 to 2.35%/foot obscuration.
Laser (VIEW) 0.02 to 2.0%/foot obscuration.
Acclimate Plus 0.5 to 4.0%/foot obscuration.
IntelliQuad 1.0 to 4.0%/foot obscuration.
IntelliQuad PLUS 1.0 to 4.0%/foot obscuration
Drift compensation (U.S. Patent 5,764,142).
Degraded mode in the unlikely event that the NFS-320s
primary microprocessor fails, FlashScan detectors revert to
degraded operation and can activate the control panels NAC
circuits and alarm relay. Each of the four built-in panel circuits
includes a Disable/Enable switch for this feature.
Multi-detector algorithm involves nearby detectors in alarm
decision (U.S. Patent 5,627,515).
Automatic detector sensitivity testing (NFPA-72 compliant).
Maintenance alert (two levels).
Self-optimizing pre-alarm.

FSL-751 VIEW (VERY INTELLIGENT EARLY WARNING)


SMOKE DETECTION TECHNOLOGY
Advanced ONYX intelligent sensing algorithms differentiate
between smoke and non-smoke signals (U.S. Patent
5,831,524).
Addressable operation pinpoints the fire location.
Early warning performance comparable to the best aspiration
systems at a fraction of the lifetime cost.

FAPT-851 ACCLIMATE PLUS


LOW-PROFILE INTELLIGENT MULTI-SENSOR
Detector automatically adjusts sensitivity levels without operator intervention or programming. Sensitivity increases with
heat.

Up to 32 remote displays

Microprocessor-based technology; combination photo and


thermal technology.
Low-temperature warning signal at 40F 5F (4.44C
2.77C).

FSC-851 INTELLIQUAD
ADVANCED MULTI-CRITERIA DETECTOR
Detects all four major elements of a fire (smoke, heat, CO,
and flame).
Automatic drift compensation of smoke sensor and CO cell.
High nuisance-alarm immunity.

FSA-8000 INTELLIGENT FAAST DETECTOR


Connects directly to the SLC loop of compatible ONYX series
panels
Provides five event thresholds that can be individually programmed with descriptive labels for control-by-event programming; uses five detector addresses.
Uses patented particle separator and field-replaceable filter
to remove contaminants.
Advanced algorithms reject common nuisance conditions

FCO-851 INTELLIQUAD PLUS


ADVANCED MULTI-CRITERIA FIRE/CO DETECTOR
Detects all four major elements of a fire.
Separate signal for life-safety CO detection.
Optional addressable sounder base for Temp-3 (fire) or
Temp-4(CO) tone.
Automatic drift compensation of smoke sensor and CO cell.
High nuisance-alarm immunity.

SLC Intelligent Loop


DEVICES
FWSG

LCD2-80

FSC-851 IntelliQuad
FAPT-851 Acclimate PLUS
FSL-751 FlashScan VIEW
FSP-851 Photo
FSI-851 Ion
FST-851 Thermal
FSA-8000
...etc.

FDU-80

EIA-485

NBG-12LX

XP6/10 I/O Modules


FCM-1

FMM-1

IDC

NAC
FRM-1
Relay Contact

2048 annunciator/control points

EIA-485

ACM-8R
Relay Control

NFS-320

ACM/AEM-24AT
LED Annunciator

Optional 318-point UDACT

Sample
System
Options

LDM-32
Custom Graphics
Dual phone
lines to
Central
Station

EIA-232
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SWIFT WIRELESS
Self-healing mesh wireless protocol.
Each SWIFT Gateway supports up to 50 devices: 1 wireless
gateway and up to 49 SWIFT devices.
Up to 4 wireless gateways can be installed with overlapping
network coverage.

RELEASING FEATURES

Ten independent hazards.


Sophisticated cross-zone (three options).
Delay timer and Discharge timers (adjustable).
Abort (four options).
Low-pressure CO2 listed.

VOICE FEATURES
Integrates with FirstCommand Series. See DN-60772.
Telephone applications require NFC-FFT.

HIGH-EFFICIENCY OFFLINE SWITCHING


3.0 A POWER SUPPLY (6.0 A IN ALARM)
120 VAC (NFS-320/NFS-320C); 240 VAC (NFS-320E).
Displays battery current/voltage on panel (with display).

FlashScan, Exclusive
World-Leading Detector Protocol
At the heart of the NFS-320 is a set of detection devices and
device protocol FlashScan (U.S. Patent 5,539,389). FlashScan is an all-digital protocol that gives superior precision and
high noise immunity.
In addition to providing quick identification of an active input
device, this protocol can also activate many output devices in a
fraction of the time required by competitive protocols. This high
speed also allows the NFS-320 to have the largest device per
loop capacity in the industry 318 points yet every input and
output device is sampled in less than two seconds. The microprocessor-based FlashScan detectors have bicolor LEDs that
can be coded to provide diagnostic information, such as device
address during Walk Test.

ONYX Intelligent Sensing


Intelligent sensing is a set of software algorithms that provides
the NFS-320 with industry-leading smoke detection capability.
These complex algorithms require many calculations on each
reading of each detector, and are made possible by the highspeed microcomputer used by the NFS-320.

Self-Optimizing Pre-Alarm: Each detector may be set for SelfOptimizing pre-alarm. In this special mode, the detector
learns its normal environment, measuring the peak analog
readings over a long period of time, and setting the pre-alarm
level just above these normal peaks.
Cooperating Multi-Detector Sensing: A patented feature of
ONYX intelligent sensing is the ability of a smoke sensor to consider readings from nearby sensors in making alarm or prealarm decisions. Without statistical sacrifice in the ability to
resist false alarms, it allows a sensor to increase its sensitivity to
actual smoke by a factor of almost two to one.

Field Programming Options


Autoprogram is a timesaving feature. The FACP learns what
devices are physically connected and automatically loads them
in the program with default values for all parameters. Requiring
less than one minute to run, this routine allows the user to have
almost immediate fire protection in a new installation, even if
only a portion of the detectors are installed.
Keypad Program Edit (with KDM-R2) The NFS-320, like all
NOTIFIER intelligent panels, has the exclusive feature of program creation and editing capability from the front panel keypad,
while continuing to provide fire protection. The architecture of
the NFS-320 software is such that each point entry carries its
own program, including control-by-event links to other points.
This allows the program to be entered with independent perpoint segments, while the NFS-320 simultaneously monitors
other (already installed) points for alarm conditions.
VeriFire Tools is an offline programming and test utility that can
greatly reduce installation programming time, and increase confidence in the site-specific software. It is Windows-based and
provides technologically advanced capabilities to aid the
installer. The installer may create the entire program for the
NFS-320 in the comfort of the office, test it, store a backup file,
then bring it to the site and download from a laptop into the
panel.

Placement of Equipment
in Chassis and Cabinet
The following guidelines outline the NFS-320s flexible system
design.
Wiring: When designing the cabinet layout, consider separation
of power-limited and non-power-limited wiring as discussed in
the NFS-320 Installation Manual.
It is critical that all mounting holes of the NFS-320 are secured
with a screw or standoff to ensure continuity of Earth Ground.

Drift Compensation and Smoothing: Drift compensation


allows the detector to retain its original ability to detect actual
smoke, and resist false alarms, even as dirt accumulates. It
reduces maintenance requirements by allowing the system to
automatically perform the periodic sensitivity measurements
required by NFPA 72. Smoothing filters are also provided by
software to remove transient noise signals, such as those
caused by electrical interference.

Networking: If networking two or more control panels, each unit


requires a Network Communication Module or High-Speed Network Communication Module (HS-NCM can support two nodes;
see Networking Options on page 4). These modules can be
installed in any option board position (see manual), and additional option boards can be mounted in front of them.

Maintenance Warnings: When the drift compensation performed for a detector reaches a certain level, the performance of
the detector may be compromised, and special warnings are
given. There are three warning levels: (1) Low Chamber value;
(2) Maintenance Alert, indicative of dust accumulation that is
near but below the allowed limit; (3) Maintenance Urgent, indicative of dust accumulation above the allowed limit.

Program Keypad: QWERTY type (keyboard layout).

Sensitivity Adjust: Nine sensitivity levels are provided for


alarm detection. These levels can be set manually, or can
change automatically between day and night. Nine levels of prealarm sensitivity can also be selected, based on predetermined
levels of alarm. Pre-alarm operation can be latching or selfrestoring, and can be used to activate special control functions.

LCD Display: 80 characters (2 x 40) with long-life LED backlight.

KDM-R2 Controls and Indicators


12 LED Indicators: Power; Fire Alarm; Pre-Alarm; Security;
Supervisory; System Trouble; Signals Silenced; Points Disabled; Control Active; Abort; Pre-Discharge; Discharge.
Keypad Switch Controls: Acknowledge/Scroll Display; Signal
Silence; Drill; System Reset; Lamp Test.

Product Line Information


Configuration Guidelines on page 4
Networking Options on page 4
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Auxiliary Power Supplies and Batteries on page 4


Audio Options on page 4
Compatible Devices, EIA-232 Ports on page 4
Compatible Devices, EIA-485 Ports on page 4
Compatible Intelligent Devices on page 5
Enclosures, Chassis, and Dress Plates on page 5
Other Options on page 5

CONFIGURATION GUIDELINES
The NFS-320 system ships assembled; description and some
options follow. See Enclosures, Chassis, and Dress Plates on
page 5 for information about mounting peripherals.
NOTE: Stand-alone and network systems require a main display.
On stand-alone systems, the panels keypad provides the required
display. On network systems (two or more networked fire panel
nodes), at least one NCA-2, NCS, or ONYXWorks annunciation
device is required. (For NCA-2, see DN-7047.)
NFS-320: The standard, factory-assembled NFS-320 system
includes the following components: one control panel mounted
on chassis (120 V operation ships with grounding cable, battery interconnect cables, and document kit); includes integral
power supply mounted to the main circuit board; one primary
display KDM-R2 keypad/display; and one cabinet for surface or
semi-flush mounting. Purchase batteries separately. One or two
option boards may be mounted inside the NFS-320 cabinet;
additional option boards can be used in remote cabinets. (NonEnglish versions also available. NFS-320-SP, NFS-320-PO.)
NFS-320R: Same as NFS-320, but in red enclosure.
NFS-320C: Based on NFS-320 above. NFS-320C supports
installation of an optional ACM-series annunciator in the same
cabinet. UL- and ULC-listed. (Non-English version also available: NFS-320C-FR.) For NFS-320C, see DN-60085.
NFS-320CR: Same as NFS-320C but in a red enclosure. For
NFS-320C, see DN-60085.
NFS-320E: Same as NFS-320, but with 240 V operation. (NonEnglish versions also available. NFS-320E-SP, NFS-320E-PO.)

APS2-6R: Auxiliary Power Supply. Provides up to 6.0 amperes


of power for peripheral devices. Includes battery input and transfer relay, and overcurrent protection. Mounts on two of four positions on a CHS-4L or CHS-4 chassis. See DN-5952.
FCPS-24S6/S8: Remote 6 A and 8 A power supplies with battery charger. See DN-6927.
BAT Series: Batteries. NFS-320 uses two 12 volt, 18 to 200 AH
batteries. See DN-6933.

AUDIO OPTIONS
NFC-50/100: 25 watt, 25 VRMS, emergency Voice Evacuation
Control Panel (VECP) with integral commercial microphone, digital message generator, and Class A or Class B speaker circuits.
See DN-60772.

COMPATIBLE DEVICES, EIA-232 PORTS


PRN-6: 80-column printer. See DN-6956.
VS4095/5: Printer, 40-column, 24 V. Mounted in external backbox. See DN-3260.
DPI-232: Direct Panel Interface, specialized modem for extending serial data links to remotely located FACPs and/or peripherals; mount on NFS-320 chassis. See DN-6870.

COMPATIBLE DEVICES, EIA-485 PORTS


ACM-24AT: ONYX Series ACS annunciator up to 96 points of
annunciation with Alarm or Active LED, Trouble LED, and switch
per circuit. Active/Alarm LEDs can be programmed (by powered-up switch selection) by point to be red, green, or yellow; the
Trouble LED is always yellow. See DN-6862.
AEM-24AT: Same LED and switch capabilities as ACM-24AT,
expands the ACM-24AT to 48, 72, or 96 points. See DN-6862.
ACM-48A: ONYX Series ACS annunciator up to 96 points of
annunciation with Alarm or Active LED per circuit. Active/Alarm
LEDs can be programmed (by powered-up switch selection) in
groups of 24 to be red, green, or yellow. Expandable to 96 points
with one AEM-48A. See DN-6862.

TR-320: Trim ring for the NFS-320 cabinet.

AEM-48A: Same LED capabilities as ACM-48A, expands the


ACM-48A to 96 points. See DN-6862.

NETWORKING OPTIONS

ACM-8R: Remote Relay Module with eight Form-C contacts.


Can be located up to 6,000 ft. (1828.8 m) from panel on four
wires. See DN-3558.

NCM-W, NCM-F: Standard Network Communications Modules.


Wire and multi-mode fiber versions available. See DN-6861.
HS-NCM-W/MF/SF/WMF/WSF/MFSF: High-speed Network
Communications Modules. Wire, single-mode fiber, multi-mode
fiber, and media conversion models are available. See DN60454.
RPT-W, RPT-F, RPT-WF: Standard-network repeater board with
wire connection (RPT-W), multi-mode fiber connection (RPT-F),
or allowing a change in media type between wire and fiber (RPTWF). Not used with high-speed networks. See DN-6971.
ONYXWorks: UL-listed graphics PC workstation, software, and
computer hardware. See DN-7048 for specific part numbers.
NFN-GW-EM-3: NFN Gateway, embedded. See DN-60499.

FDU-80: Terminal mode. 80-character, backlit LCD display.


Mounts up to 6,000 ft. (1828.8 m) from panel. Up to 32 per
FACP. See DN-6820.
LCD2-80: Terminal and ACS mode. 80-character, backlit LCD
display. Mounts up to 6,000 ft. (1828.8 m) from panel. Up to 32
per FACP. See DN-60548.
LDM: Lamp Driver Modules LDM-32, LDM-E32, and LDM-R32;
remote custom driver modules. See DN-0551.
SCS: Smoke control stations SCS-8, SCE-8, with lamp drivers
SCS-8L, SCE-8L; eight (expandable to 16) circuits (HVAC only).
See DN-4818.

CAP-GW: Common Alerting Protocol Gateway. See DN-60576.

TM-4: Transmitter Module. Includes three reverse-polarity circuits and one municipal box circuit; mount on NFS-320 chassis
or remotely. See DN-6860.

VESDA-HLI-GW: VESDAnet high-level interface gateway. See


DN-60753.

UDACT-2: Universal Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter,


636 channel. See DN-60686.

LEDSIGN-GW: UL-listed sign gateway. Interfaces with classic


and high-speed NOTIFIRENET networks through the NFN
Gateway. See DN-60679.

UZC-256: Programmable Universal Zone Coder provides positive non-interfering successive zone coding. Microprocessorcontrolled, field-programmable from IBM-compatible PCs
(requires optional programming kit). Mounts in BB-UZC. See
DN-3404.

NWS-3: NOTIFIRENET Web Server. See DN-6928.

OAX2-24V: UL-listed LED sign, used with LEDSIGN-GW. See


DN-60679.

AUXILIARY POWER SUPPLIES AND BATTERIES


ACPS-610: 6.0 A or 10.0 A addressable charging power supply.
See DN-60244.

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COMPATIBLE INTELLIGENT DEVICES


FWSG Wireless SWIFT Gateway: Addressable gateway supports wireless SLC devices. Not appropriate for ULC applications. See DN-60820.
FSA-8000: Intelligent FAAST Fire Alarm Aspiration Sensing
Technology. Intelligent aspirating smoke detector. For Canadian applications, order FSA-8000A. See DN-60792
FSB-200: Intelligent beam smoke detector. See DN-6985.
FSB-200S: Intelligent beam smoke detector with integral sensitivity test. See DN-6985
FSC-851: FlashScan IntelliQuad Advanced Multi-Criteria Detector. See DN-60412.
FCO-851: FlashScan IntelliQuad PLUS Advanced Multi-Criteria
Fire/CO Detector. See DN-60689.
FSI-851: Low-profile FlashScan ionization detector. See DN6934.
FSP-851: Low-profile FlashScan photoelectric detector. See
DN-6935.
FSP-851T: Low-profile FlashScan photoelectric detector with
135F (57C) thermal. See DN-6935.
FSP-851R: Remote-test capable photoelectric detector for use
with DNR(W) duct detector housings. See DN-6935.
FST-851: FlashScan thermal detector 135F (57C). See
DN-6936.
FST-851R: FlashScan thermal detector 135F (57C) with rateof-rise. See DN-6936.
FST-851H: FlashScan 190F (88C) high-temperature thermal
detector. See DN-6936.
FAPT-851: FlashScan Acclimate Plus low-profile multi-sensor
detector. See DN-6937.

XP6-MA: FlashScan six-zone interface module; connects intelligent alarm system to two-wire conventional detection zone. See
DN-6925.
XP6-R: FlashScan six-relay (Form-C) control module. See DN6926.
XP10-M: FlashScan ten-input monitor module. See DN-6923.
SLC-IM: SLC integration module, for VESDAnet detectors. See
DN-60755.

ENCLOSURES, CHASSIS, AND DRESS PLATES


CAB-BM Marine System: Protects equipment in shipboard and
waterfront applications. Also order BB-MB for systems using
100 AH batteries. For a full list of required and optional equipment, see DN-60688.
BB-UZC: Backbox for housing the UZC-256. Required for NFS320 applications. Black. For red, order BB-UZC-R.
NFS-LBB: Battery Box (required for batteries larger than 26
AH).
NFS-LBBR: Same as above, but red.
SEISKIT-320/B26: Seismic mounting kit. Required for seismiccertified applications with NFS-320 and BB-26. Includes battery
bracket for two 26 AH batteries.
SEISKIT-BB25: Seismic mounting kit for the BB-25. Includes
battery bracket for two 26 AH batteries.
SEISKIT-LBB: Seismic kit for the NFS-LBB. Includes battery
bracket for two 55 AH batteries.

OTHER OPTIONS
411: Slave Digital Alarm Communicator. See DN-6619.
411UDAC: Digital Alarm Communicator. See DN-6746.

DNR: InnovairFlex low-flow non-relay duct-detector housing


(order FSP-851R separately). Replaces FSD-751PL/FSD751RPL. See DN-60429.

IPDACT-2/2UD, IPDACT Internet Monitoring Module: Connects to primary and secondary DACT telephone output ports
for internet communications over customer-provided Ethernet
connection. Requires compatible Teldat VisorALARM Central
Station Receiver. Can use DHCP or static IP. See DN-60408.

DNRW: Same as above with NEMA-4 rating, watertight. See


DN-60429.

IPSPLT: Y-adapter option allow connection of both panel dialer


outputs to one IPDACT-2/2UD cable input.

B224RB: Low-profile relay base. See DN-60054.

IPENC: External enclosure for IPDACT, includes IPBRKT


mounting bracket; Red. For Black order IPENC-B.

FSL-751: FlashScan VIEW laser photo detector. See DN-6886.

B224BI: Isolator base for low-profile detectors. See DN-60054.

B501: European-style, 4" (10.16 cm) base. See DN-60054.

IPGSM-4G: Internet and Digital Cellular Fire Alarm Communicator. Provides selectable configurable paths: cellular only, IP only,
or IP primary with cellular backup. Connects to the primary and
secondary ports of a DACT. See DH-60769.

B200S: Intelligent programmable sounder base, capable of producing a variety of tone patterns including ANSI Temporal 3.
Compatible with sychronization protocol. See DN-60054.

NFS-320-RB: Replacement board with central processing unit


(CPU). NOTE: Keypad must be removed before shipping old
unit out for repair.

B200SR: Sounder base, Temporal 3 or Continuous tone. See


DN-60054.

NFS-320-RBE: Replacement CPU, Export.


NFS-320-RB-PO: Replacement CPU, Portuguese.
NFS-320-RB-POE: Replacement CPU, Export, Portuguese.
NFS-320-RBC-FR: Replacement CPU, Canadian French.
NFS-320-RB-SP: Replacement CPU, Spanish.
NFS-320-RB-SPE: Replacement CPU, Export, Spanish.
NOTE: For other options including compatibility with retrofit equipment, refer to the panel's installation manual, the SLC manual, and
the Device Compatibility Document.

B210LP: Low-profile base. Standard U.S. style. Replaces


B710LP. See DN-60054.

FMM-1: FlashScan monitor module. See DN-6720.


FDM-1: FlashScan dual monitor module. See DN-6720.
FZM-1: FlashScan two-wire detector monitor module. See DN6720.
FMM-101: FlashScan miniature monitor module. See DN-6720.
FCM-1: FlashScan control module. See DN-6724.
FCM-1-REL: FlashScan releasing control module. See DN60390.
FRM-1: FlashScan relay module. See DN-6724.

System Specifications

FDRM-1: FlashScan dual monitor/dual relay module. See DN60709.

SYSTEM CAPACITY

NBG-12LX: Manual pull station, addressable. See DN-6726.


ISO-X: Isolator module. See DN-2243.
XP6-C: FlashScan six-circuit supervised control module. See
DN-6924.

Intelligent Signaling Line Circuits ......................................... 1


Intelligent detectors .......................................................... 159
Addressable monitor/control modules .............................. 159
Programmable internal hardware and output circuits .......... 4

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Programmable software zones ........................................... 99


Special programming zones ............................................... 14
LCD annunciators per NFS-320/-320E ............................. 32
ACS annunciators
per NFS-320/-320E ....................... 32 addresses x 64 points

SPECIFICATIONS
Primary input power
NFS-320: 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 5.0 A.
NFS-320E: 220/240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 2.5 A.
Current draw (standby/alarm):
NFS-320(E) board: 0.250 A. Add 0.035 A for each NAC in
use.
KDM-R2 (Backlight on): 0.100 A.
Total output 24 V power: 6.0 A in alarm.
NOTE: The power supply has a total of 6.0 A of available power.
This is shared by all internal circuits. See Installation Manual for a
complete current draw calculation sheet.
Standard notification circuits (4): 1.5 A each.
Resettable regulated 24V power: 1.25 A.
Two non-resettable regulated 24V power outputs:
1.25 A.
0.50 A.
Non-resettable 5V power: 0.15 A.
Battery charger range: 18 AH 200 AH. Use separate cabinet for batteries over 26 AH.
Float rate: 27.6 V.

CABINET SPECIFICATIONS
NFS-320 cabinet dimensions:
Backbox: 18.12 in. (46.025 cm) width; 18.12 in. (46.025 cm)
height; 5.81 in. (14.76 cm) depth.
Door: 18.187 in. (46.195 cm) width; 18.40 in. (46.736 cm)
height; 0.75 in. (1.905 cm) depth.
Trim ring: Molding width is 0.905 in. (2.299 cm).
Shipping weight (without batteries): 36.15 lb. (16.4 kg).

TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY RANGES


This system meets NFPA requirements for operation at 0
49C/32 120F and at a relative humidity 93% 2% RH (noncondensing) at 32C 2C (90F 3F). However, the useful
life of the system's standby batteries and the electronic components may be adversely affected by extreme temperature
ranges and humidity. Therefore, it is recommended that this system and its peripherals be installed in an environment with a
normal room temperature of 15 27C/60 80F.

City of Chicago.
NOTE: For additional information on UL- and ULC-listed model
NFS-320C, see DN-60085. For information on NFS-320SYS, see
DN-60637.
Marine Applications: Marine approved systems must be configured using components itemized in this document. (See Main
System Components, in Product Line Information.) Specific
connections and requirements for those components are
described in the installation document, PN 54756. When these
requirements are followed, systems are approved by the following agencies:
US Coast Guard 161.002/50/0, 161.002/55/0 (Standard 46
CFR and 161.002).
Lloyd's Register 11/600013 (ENV 3 category).
American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) Type Approval.
NOTE: For information on marine applications, see DN-60688.

STANDARDS
The NFS-320 complies with the following UL Standards and
NFPA 72, International Building Code (IBC), and California
Building Code (CBC) Fire Alarm Systems requirements:
UL 864 (Fire).
UL 1076 (Burglary).
UL 2572 (Mass Notification Systems). (NFS-320 version 20
or higher).
LOCAL (Automatic, Manual, Waterflow and Sprinkler Supervisory).
AUXILIARY (Automatic, Manual and Waterflow) (requires
TM-4).
REMOTE STATION (Automatic, Manual, Waterflow and
Sprinkler Supervisory) (requires TM-4).
PROPRIETARY (Automatic, Manual, Waterflow and Sprinkler
Supervisory). Not applicable for FM.
CENTRAL STATION (Automatic, Manual, Waterflow and
Sprinkler Supervisory) (requires DACT).
EMERGENCY VOICE/ALARM.
OT, PSDN (Other Technologies, Packet-switched Data Network).
IBC 2012, IBC 2009, IBC 2006, IBC 2003, IBC 2000 (Seismic).
CBC 2007 (Seismic).

AGENCY LISTINGS AND APPROVALS


The listings and approvals below apply to the basic NFS-320
control panel. In some cases, certain modules may not be listed
by certain approval agencies, or listing may be in process. Consult factory for latest listing status.

UL Listed: S635.
ULC Listed: S635 (NFS-320C only, excludes IPDACT).
FM Approved.
CSFM: 7165-0028:0243.
MEA: 128-07-E.
Fire Dept. of New York: #6121.

IntelliQuad, NOTIFIRENET, ONYXWorks, and SWIFT are


trademarks; and Acclimate Plus, FirstCommand, FlashScan,
NOTIFIER, ONYX, VeriFire, and VIEW are registered trademarks of
Honeywell International Inc. Microsoft and Windows are registered
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. IBM is a registered trademark of IBM
Corporation.
2014 by Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use
of this document is strictly prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Made in the U.S. A.

For more information, contact Notifier. Phone: (203) 484-7161, FAX: (203) 484-7118.
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FSP-851(A) Series
Intelligent Plug-In Photoelectric
Smoke Detectors with FlashScan
Intelligent/Addressable Devices

Notifier FSP-851(A) Series intelligent plug-in smoke detectors with integral communication provide features that surpass conventional detectors. Detector sensitivity can be
programmed in the control panel software. Sensitivity is continuously monitored and reported to the panel. Point ID capability allows each detectors address to be set with rotary,
decimal address switches, providing exact detector location
for selective maintenance when chamber contamination
reaches an unacceptable level. The FSP-851(A) photoelectric detectors unique optical sensing chamber is engineered
to sense smoke produced by a wide range of combustion
sources. Dual electronic thermistors add 135F (57C) fixedtemperature thermal sensing on the FSP-851T(A). The FSP851R(A) is a remote test capable detector for use with
DNR(A)/DNRW duct detector housings. FSP-851(A) series
detectors are compatible with Notifier Onyx and CLIP series
Fire Alarm Control Panels (FACPs).
FlashScan (U.S. Patent 5,539,389) is a communication
protocol developed by Notifier that greatly increases the
speed of communication between analog intelligent devices.
Intelligent devices communicate in a grouped fashion. If one
of the devices in the group has new information, the panels
CPU stops the group poll and concentrates on single points.
The net effect is response speed greater than five times that
of earlier designs.

Features

Sleek, low-profile design.


Addressable-analog communication.
Stable communication technique with noise immunity.
Low standby current.
Two-wire SLC connection.
Compatible with FlashScan and CLIP protocol systems.
Rotary, decimal addressing (1-99 on CLIP systems, 1-159
on FlashScan systems).
Optional remote, single-gang LED accessory.
Dual LED design provides 360 viewing angle.
Visible bi-color LEDs blink green every time the detector is
addressed, and illuminate steady red on alarm (FlashScan systems only).
Remote test feature from the panel.
Walk test with address display (an address on 121 will
blink the detector LED: 12-[pause]-1(FlashScan systems
only).
Built-in functional test switch activated by external magnet.
Built-in tamper-resistant feature.
Sealed against back pressure.
Constructed of off-white fire-resistant plastic, designed to
commercial standards, and offers an attractive appearance.
94-5V plastic flammability rating.
SEMS screws for wiring of the separate base.
Optional relay, isolator, and sounder bases.

FSP-851(A) in B210LP(A) Base

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General

Specifications
Sensitivity: 0.5% to 2.35% per foot obscuration
Size: 2.1" (5.3 cm) high; base determines diameter.
B210LP(A): 6.1" (15.5 cm) diameter.
B501(A): 4.1" (10.4 cm) diameter.
B200S(A): 6.875" (17.46 cm) diameter.
B200SR(A): 6.875" (17.46 cm) diameter.
B224RB(A): 6.2" (15.748 cm) diameter.
B224BI(A): 6.2" (15.748 cm) diameter.
Shipping Weight: 5.2oz. (147g).
Operating Temperature range: FSP-851(A), 0C to 49C
(32F to 120F). FSP-851T(A), 0C to 38C (32F to 100F).
Low temperature signal for FSP-851T(A) at 45F +/- 10F
(7.22C +/- 5.54C). FSP-851R(A) installed in a DNR(A)/
DNRW, -20C to 70C (-4F to 158F).
UL/ULC Listed Velocity Range: 0-4000 ft/min. (1219.2 m/
min.), suitable for installation in ducts.
Relative Humidity: 10%-93% noncondensing.
Thermal Ratings: Fixed-temperature setpoint 135F (57C).

DETECTOR SPACING AND APPLICATIONS


Notifier recommends spacing detectors in compliance with
NFPA 72. In low airflow applications with smooth ceiling,
space detectors 30 feet (9.144m) for ceiling heights 10 feet
(3.148m) and higher. For specific information regarding
detector spacing, placement, and special applications refer to
NFPA 72. System Smoke Detector Application Guide, document A05-1003, is available at systemsensor.com
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Voltage Range: 15-32 volts DC peak.
Standby Current (max. avg.): 300A @ 24VDC (one communication every five seconds with LED enabled).
LED Current (max.): 6.5mA @ 24 VDC (ON).

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Installation

B210LPBP: Bulk pack of B210LP; package contains 10.

FSP-851(A) plug-in detectors use a separate base to simplify


installation, service, and maintenance. A special tool allows
maintenance personnel to plug in and remove detectors without using a ladder.

B501(A): Standard European flangeless mounting base.

Mount base (all base types) on an electrical backbox which is


at least 1.5" (3.81 cm) deep. For a chart of compatible junction boxes, see DN-60054.
NOTE: 1) Because of inherent supervision provided by the SLC
loop, end-of-line resistors are not required. Wiring T-taps or
branches are permitted for Style 4 (Class B) wiring. 2) When
using relay or sounder bases, consult the ISO-X(A) installation
sheet I56-1380 for device limitations between isolator modules
and isolator bases.

Agency Listings and Approvals


These listings and approvals apply to the modules specified
in this document. In some cases, certain modules or applications may not be listed by certain approval agencies, or listing
may be in process. Consult factory for latest listing status.
UL Listed: S1115.
ULC Listed: S1115 (FSP-851A, FSP-851RA, FSP851TA).
MEA Listed: 225-02-E .
FM Approved.
CSFM: 7272-0028:0206 .
Maryland State Fire Marshal: Permit # 2122 .
BSMI: CI313066760036.
CCCF: Certif. # 2004081801000017 (FSP-851T)
Certif. # 2004081801000016 (FSP-851).
U.S. Coast Guard: 161.002/42/1 (NFS-640); 161.002/50/
0 (NFS2-640/NFS-320/NFS-320C, excluding B210LP(A)).
Lloyds Register: 11/600013 (NFS2-640/NFS-320/NFS320C, excluding B210LP(A)).

B501BP: Bulk pack of B501; package contains 10.


B200S(A): Intelligent, programmable sounder base capable
of producing sound output in high or low volume with ANSI
Temporal 3, ANSI Temporal 4, continuous tone, marching
tone, and custom tone.
B200SR(A): Intelligent sounder base capable of producing
sound output with ANSI Temporal 3 or continuous tone.
Replaces B501BH series bases in retrofit applications.
B224RB(A): Plug-in System Sensor relay base. Screw terminals: up to 14 AWG (2.0 mm). Relay type: Form-C. Rating:
2.0 A @ 30 VDC resistive; 0.3 A @ 110 VDC inductive; 1.0 A
@ 30 VDC inductive.
B224BI(A): Plug-in System Sensor isolator detector base.
Maximum 25 devices between isolator bases.

ACCESSORIES
F110: Retrofit flange to convert B210LP(A) to match the
B710LP(A) profile, or to convert older high-profile bases to
low-profile.
F110BP: Bulk pack of F110; package contains 15.
F210: Replacement flange for B210LP(A) base.
RA100Z(A): Remote LED annunciator. 3 32 VDC. Mounts
to a U.S. single-gang electrical box. For use with B501(A)
and B210LP(A) bases only.
SMB600: Surface mounting kit
M02-04-00: Test magnet.
M02-09-00: Test magnet with telescoping handle.
XR2B: Detector removal tool. Allows installation and/or
removal of detector heads from bases in high ceiling applications.

Product Line Information

XP-4: Extension pole for XR2B. Comes in three 5-foot (1.524


m) sections.

NOTE: A suffix indicates ULC Listed model.

T55-127-010: Detector removal tool without pole.

FSP-851: Low-profile intelligent photoelectric sensor. Must


be mounted to one of the bases listed below.

BCK-200B: Black detector covers for use with FSP-851(A)


only; box of 10.

FSP-851A: Same as FSP-851 but with ULC listing.

WCK-200B: White detector covers for use with FSP-851(A)


only; box of 10.

FSP-851T: Same as FSP-851 but includes a built-in 135F


(57C) fixed-temperature thermal device.
FSP-851TA: Same as FSP-851T but with ULC listing.
FSP-851R: Low-profile intelligent photoelectric sensor,
remote test capable. For use with DNRA/DNRW.
FSP-851RA: Same as FSP-851R but with ULC listing. For
use with DNRA.

INTELLIGENT BASES
NOTE: A suffix indicates ULC Listed model.
NOTE: For details on intelligent bases, see DN-60054.

B210LP(A): Standard U.S. flanged low-profile mounting


base.

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This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
For more information, contact Notifier. Phone: (203) 484-7161, FAX: (203) 484-7118.
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FCM-1(A) & FRM-1(A)


Series
Control and Relay Modules
Intelligent / Addressable Devices

General
FCM-1(A) Control Module: The FCM-1(A) Addressable Control Module provides Notifier intelligent fire alarm control panels a circuit for Notification Appliances (horns, strobes,
speakers, etc.). Addressability allows the FCM-1(A) to be activated, either manually or through panel programming, on a
select (zone or area of coverage) basis.
FRM-1(A) Relay Module: The FRM-1(A) Addressable Relay
Module provides the system with a dry-contact output for activating a variety of auxiliary devices, such as fans, dampers,
control equipment, etc. Addressability allows the dry contact to
be activated, either manually or through panel programming,
on a select basis.

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FlashScan (U.S. Patent 5,539,389) is a communication protocol developed by NOTIFIER Engineering that greatly
enhances the speed of communication between analog intelligent devices. Intelligent devices communicate in a grouped
fashion. If one of the devices within the group has new information, the panel CPU stops the group poll and concentrates
on single points. The net effect is response speed greater than
five times that of other designs.

FCM-1(A)

Features
Built-in type identification automatically identifies these
devices to the control panel.
Internal circuitry and relay powered directly by two-wire
SLC loop. The FCM-1(A) module requires power (for horns,
strobes, etc.), or audio (for speakers).
Integral LED blinks green each time a communication is
received from the control panel and turns on in steady red
when activated.
LED blink may be deselected globally (affects all devices).
High noise immunity (EMF/RFI).
The FCM-1(A) may be used to switch 24-volt NAC power,
audio (up to 70.7 Vrms).
Wide viewing angle of LED.
SEMS screws with clamping plates for wiring ease.
Direct-dial entry of address 01 159 for FlashScan loops,
01 99 for CLIP mode loops.
Speaker, and audible/visual applications may be wired for
Class B or A (Style Y or Z).

Applications
The FCM-1(A) is used to switch 24 VDC audible/visual power,
high-level audio (speakers). The FRM-1(A) may be programmed to operate dry contacts for applications such as door
holders or Air Handling Unit shutdown, and to reset four-wire
smoke detector power.

The FCM-1(A) is configured for a single Class B (Style Y) or


Class A (Style Z) Notification Appliance Circuit.
The FRM-1(A) provides two Form-C dry contacts that
switch together.

Operation
Each FCM-1(A) or FRM-1(A) uses one of 159 possible module
addresses on a SLC loop (99 on CLIP loops). It responds to
regular polls from the control panel and reports its type and
status, including the open/normal/short status of its Notification Appliance Circuit (NAC). The LED blinks with each poll
received. On command, it activates its internal relay. The
FCM-1(A) supervises Class B (Style Y) or Class A (Style Z)
notification or control circuits.
Upon code command from the panel, the FCM-1(A) will disconnect the supervision and connect the external power supply in the proper polarity across the load device. The
disconnection of the supervision provides a positive indication
to the panel that the control relay actually turned ON. The
external power supply is always relay isolated from the communication loop so that a trouble condition on the external
power supply will never interfere with the rest of the system.
Rotary switches set a unique address for each module. The
address may be set before or after mounting. The built-in
TYPE CODE (not settable) will identify the module to the control panel, so as to differentiate between a module and a sensor address.

NOTE: Refer to the SLC Manual (PN 51253) for details regarding
releasing applications with the FCM-1(A). Refer to the FCM-1-REL
datasheet (DN-60390) for new FlashScan releasing applications.

Specifications for FCM-1(A)

Construction

Maximum current draw: 6.5 mA (LED on).

The face plate is made of off-white heat-resistant plastic.


Controls include two rotary switches for direct-dial entry of
address (01-159).

Average operating current: 350 A direct poll, 375 A group


poll with LED flashing, 485 A Max. (LED flashing, NAC
shorted.)

Normal operating voltage: 15 to 32 VDC.

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Maximum NAC Line Loss: 4 VDC.


External supply voltage (between Terminals T10 and
T11): Maximum (NAC): Regulated 24 VDC; Maximum
(Speakers): 70.7 V RMS, 50W.
Drain on external supply: 1.7 mA maximum using 24 VDC
supply; 2.2 mA Maximum using 80 VRMS supply.
Max NAC Current Ratings: For class B wiring system, the
current rating is 3A; For class A wiring system, the current rating is 2A.
Temperature range: 32F to 120F (0C to 49C).

Contact Ratings for FRM-1(A)


Current
Rating

Maximum
Voltage
30 VDC

Resistive

Non-Coded

2A

30 VDC

Resistive

Coded

.9 A

110 VDC

Resistive

Non-Coded

.9 A

125 VDC

Resistive

Non-Coded

.5 A

30 VDC

Inductive
(L/R=5ms)

Coded

1A

30 VDC

Inductive
(L/R=2ms)

Coded

.3 A

125 VAC

Inductive
(PF=0.35)

Non-Coded

1.5 A

25 VAC

Inductive
(PF=0.35)

Non-Coded

.7 A

70.7 VAC

Inductive
(PF=0.35)

Non-Coded

2A

25 VAC

Inductive
(PF=0.35)

Non-Coded

Accessories: SMB500 Electrical Box; CB500 Barrier

Specifications for FRM-1(A)


Normal operating voltage: 15 to 32 VDC.
Maximum current draw: 6.5 mA (LED on).
Average operating current: 230 A direct poll; 255 A group
poll.
EOL resistance: not used.
Temperature range: 32F to 120F (0C to 49C).

Application

3A

Humidity range: 10% to 93% non-condensing.


Dimensions: 4.5" (114.3 mm) high x 4" (101.6 mm) wide x
1.25" (31.75 mm) deep. Mounts to a 4" (101.6 mm) square x
2.125" (53.975 mm) deep box.

Load
Description

NOTE: Maximum (Speakers): 70.7 V RMS, 50 W

Humidity range: 10% to 93% non-condensing.


Dimensions: 4.5" (114.3 mm) high x 4" (101.6 mm) wide x
1.25" (31.75 mm) deep. Mounts to a 4" (101.6 mm) square x
2.125" (53.975 mm) deep box.
Accessories: SMB500 Electrical Box; CB500 Barrier

Agency Listings and Approvals


In some cases, certain modules may not be listed by certain
approval agencies, or listing may be in process. Consult factory for latest listing status.

UL: S635
ULC: S3705 (A version only)
FM Approved
CSFM: 7300-0028:0219
MEA: 14-00-E
FDNY: COA #6067, #6065

Product Line Information


NOTE: A suffix indicates ULC Listed model.

FCM-1(A): Intelligent Addressable Control Module.


FRM-1(A): Intelligent Addressable Relay Module.
A2143-20: Capacitor, required for Class A (Style Z) operation
of speakers.
SMB500: Optional Surface-Mount Backbox.
CB500: Control Module Barrier required by UL for separating power-limited and non-power limited wiring in the same
junction box as FCM-1(A).
NOTE: For installation instructions, see the following documents:
FCM-1(A) Installation document I56-1169.
FRM-1(A) Installation document I56-3502.
Notifier SLC Wiring Manual, document 51253.

Notifier and FlashScan are registered trademarks of Honeywell


International Inc.
2011 by Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use
of this document is strictly prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Made in the U.S. A.

For more information, contact Notifier. Phone: (203) 484-7161, FAX: (203) 484-7118.
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FMM-1(A), FMM-101(A),
FZM-1(A) & FDM-1(A)
Monitor Modules with FlashScan
Intelligent/Addressable Devices

General
Four different monitor modules are available for Notifiers intelligent control panels for a variety of applications. Monitor modules supervise a circuit of dry-contact input devices, such as
conventional heat detectors and pull stations, or monitor and
power a circuit of two-wire smoke detectors (FZM-1(A)).
FMM-1(A) is a standard-sized module (typically mounts to a 4"
[10.16 cm] square box) that supervises either a Style D (Class
A) or Style B (Class B) circuit of dry-contact input devices.
FMM-101(A) is a miniature monitor module a mere 1.3" (3.302
cm) H x 2.75" (6.985 cm) W x 0.5" (1.270 cm) D that supervises a Style B (Class B) circuit of dry-contact input devices.
Its compact design allows the FMM-101(A) to be mounted in a
single-gang box behind the device it monitors.

FDM-1(A) is a standard-sized dual monitor module that monitors and supervises two independent two-wire Style B (Class
B) dry-contact initiating device circuits (IDCs) at two separate,
consecutive addresses in intelligent, two-wire systems.
FlashScan (U.S. Patent 5,539,389) is a communication protocol developed by NOTIFIER that greatly increases the speed
of communication between analog intelligent devices. Intelligent devices communicate in a grouped fashion. If one of the
devices within the group has new information, the panel CPU
stops the group poll and concentrates on single points. The
net effect is response speed greater than five times that of
other designs.

FMM-1(A) Monitor Module


Built-in type identification automatically identifies this device
as a monitor module to the control panel.
Powered directly by two-wire SLC loop. No additional power
required.
High noise (EMF/RFI) immunity.
SEMS screws with clamping plates for ease of wiring.
Direct-dial entry of address: 01 159 on FlashScan loops;
01 99 on CLIP loops.
LED flashes green during normal operation (this is a programmable option) and latches on steady red to indicate
alarm.
The FMM-1(A) Monitor Module is intended for use in intelligent, two-wire systems, where the individual address of each
module is selected using the built-in rotary switches. It provides either a two-wire or four-wire fault-tolerant Initiating
Device Circuit (IDC) for normally-open-contact fire alarm and
supervisory devices. The module has a panel-controlled LED
indicator. The FMM-1(A) can be used to replace MMX-1(A)
modules in existing systems.

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FZM-1(A) is a standard-sized module that monitors and supervises compatible two-wire, 24 volt, smoke detectors on a Style
D (Class A) or Style B (Class B) circuit.
FMM-1(A) (Type H)

A) Initiating Device Circuit. A 47K ohm End-of-Line Resistor


(provided) terminates the Style B circuit. No resistor is
required for supervision of the Style D circuit.

FMM-1(A) OPERATION
Each FMM-1(A) uses one of the available module addresses
on an SLC loop. It responds to regular polls from the control
panel and reports its type and the status (open/normal/short)
of its Initiating Device Circuit (IDC). A flashing LED indicates
that the module is in communication with the control panel.
The LED latches steady on alarm (subject to current limitations on the loop).

FMM-1(A) SPECIFICATIONS
Nominal operating voltage: 15 to 32 VDC.
Maximum current draw: 5.0 mA (LED on).
Average operating current: 350 A (LED flashing), 1 communication every 5 seconds, 47k EOL.
Maximum IDC wiring resistance: 40 ohms.
EOL resistance: 47K ohms.
Temperature range: 32F to 120F (0C to 49C).
Humidity range: 10% to 93% noncondensing.
Dimensions: 4.5" (11.43 cm) high x 4" (10.16 cm) wide x
1.25" (3.175 cm) deep. Mounts to a 4" (10.16 cm) square x
2.125" (5.398 cm) deep box.

FMM-1(A) APPLICATIONS
Use to monitor a zone of four-wire smoke detectors, manual
fire alarm pull stations, waterflow devices, or other normallyopen dry-contact alarm activation devices. May also be used
to monitor normally-open supervisory devices with special
supervisory indication at the control panel. Monitored circuit
may be wired as an NFPA Style B (Class B) or Style D (Class
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FMM-101(A) Mini Monitor Module


Built-in type identification automatically identifies this device
as a monitor module to the panel.
Powered directly by two-wire SLC loop. No additional power
required.
High noise (EMF/RFI) immunity.
Tinned, stripped leads for ease of wiring.
Direct-dial entry of address: 01 159 on FlashScan loops;
01 99 on CLIP loops.

Dimensions: 1.3" (3.302 cm) high x 2.75" (6.985 cm) wide x


0.65" (1.651 cm) deep.
Wire length: 6" (15.24 cm) minimum.

FZM-1(A) Interface Module

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Supports compatible two-wire smoke detectors.


Supervises IDC wiring and connection of external power
source.
High noise (EMF/RFI) immunity.
SEMS screws with clamping plates for ease of wiring.
Direct-dial entry of address: 01 159 on FlashScan loops,
01 99 on CLIP loops.
LED flashes during normal operation; this is a programmable option.
LED latches steady to indicate alarm on command from
control panel.
The FZM-1(A) Interface Module is intended for use in intelligent, addressable systems, where the individual address of
each module is selected using built-in rotary switches. This
module allows intelligent panels to interface and monitor twowire conventional smoke detectors. It transmits the status (normal, open, or alarm) of one full zone of conventional detectors
back to the control panel. All two-wire detectors being monitored must be UL compatible with the module. The FZM-1(A)
can be used to replace MMX-2(A) modules in existing systems.

FZM-1(A) APPLICATIONS
The FMM-101(A) Mini Monitor Module can be installed in a
single-gang junction directly behind the monitored unit. Its
small size and light weight allow it to be installed without rigid
mounting. The FMM-101(A) is intended for use in intelligent,
two-wire systems where the individual address of each module
is selected using rotary switches. It provides a two-wire initiating device circuit for normally-open-contact fire alarm and
security devices. The FMM-101(A) can be used to replace
MMX-101(A) modules in existing systems.

FMM-101(A) APPLICATIONS
Use to monitor a single device or a zone of four-wire smoke
detectors, manual fire alarm pull stations, waterflow devices, or
other normally-open dry-contact devices. May also be used to
monitor normally-open supervisory devices with special supervisory indication at the control panel. Monitored circuit/device
is wired as an NFPA Style B (Class B) Initiating Device Circuit.
A 47K ohm End-of-Line Resistor (provided) terminates the circuit.

Use the FZM-1(A) to monitor a zone of two-wire smoke detectors. The monitored circuit may be wired as an NFPA Style B
(Class B) or Style D (Class A) Initiating Device Circuit. A 3.9 K
ohm End-of-Line Resistor (provided) terminates the end of the
Style B or D (class B or A) circuit (maximum IDC loop resistance is 25 ohms). Install ELR across terminals 8 and 9 for
Style D application.

FZM-1(A) OPERATION
Each FZM-1(A) uses one of the available module addresses
on an SLC loop. It responds to regular polls from the control
panel and reports its type and the status (open/normal/short)
of its Initiating Device Circuit (IDC). A flashing LED indicates
that the module is in communication with the control panel.
The LED latches steady on alarm (subject to current limitations on the loop).

FZM-1(A) SPECIFICATIONS
Nominal operating voltage: 15 to 32 VDC.

FMM-101(A) OPERATION

Maximum current draw: 5.1 mA (LED on).

Each FMM-101(A) uses one of the available module


addresses on an SLC loop. It responds to regular polls from
the control panel and reports its type and the status (open/normal/short) of its Initiating Device Circuit (IDC).

Maximum IDC wiring resistance: 25 ohms.

FMM-101(A) SPECIFICATIONS

External supply voltage (between Terminals T3 and T4):


DC voltage: 24 volts power limited. Ripple voltage: 0.1 Vrms
maximum. Current: 90 mA per module maximum.

Nominal operating voltage: 15 to 32 VDC.


Average operating current: 350 A, 1 communication every
5 seconds, 47k EOL; 600 A Max. (Communicating, IDC
Shorted).
Maximum IDC wiring resistance: 40 ohms.
Maximum IDC Voltage: 11 Volts.
Maximum IDC Current: 400 A.
EOL resistance: 47K ohms.
Temperature range: 32F to 120F (0C to 49C).
Humidity range: 10% to 93% noncondensing.
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Average operating current: 300 A, 1 communication and 1


LED flash every 5 seconds, 3.9k eol.
EOL resistance: 3.9K ohms.

Temperature range: 32F to 120F (0C to 49C).


Humidity range: 10% to 93% noncondensing.
Dimensions: 4.5" (11.43 cm) high x 4" (10.16 cm) wide x
1.25" (3.175 cm) deep. Mounts to a 4" (10.16 cm) square x
2.125" (5.398 cm) deep box.

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FDM1(A) Dual Monitor Module

161.002/23/3 (AFP-200: FMM-1/-101, FZM-1)


161.002/42/1 (NFS-640: FMM-1/-101)
Lloyds Register:
03/60011/E1 (FMM-1/-101, FZM-1)
94/60004/E2 (AFP-200: except FDM-1)
02/60007 (NFS-640: FDM-1)
FDNY: COA #6038 (NFS2-640, NFS-320), COA# 6058
(NFS2-3030)

The FDM-1(A) Dual Monitor Module is intended for use in intelligent, two-wire systems. It provides two independent two-wire
initiating device circuits (IDCs) at two separate, consecutive
addresses. It is capable of monitoring normally open contact fire
alarm and supervisory devices; or either normally open or normally closed security devices. The module has a single panelcontrolled LED.
NOTE: The FDM-1(A) provides two Style B (Class B) IDC circuits
ONLY. Style D (Class A) IDC circuits are NOT supported in any
application.

Product Line Information

FDM-1(A) SPECIFICATIONS

NOTE: A suffix indicates ULC-listed model.

Normal operating voltage range: 15 to 32 VDC.

FMM-1(A): Monitor module.

Maximum current draw: 6.4 mA (LED on).

FMM-101(A): Monitor module, miniature.

Average operating current: 750 A (LED flashing).

FZM-1(A): Monitor module, two-wire detectors.

Maximum IDC wiring resistance: 1,500 ohms.

FDM-1(A): Monitor module, dual, two independent Class B circuits.

Maximum IDC Voltage: 11 Volts.


Maximum IDC Current: 240 A

SMB500: Optional surface-mount backbox.

EOL resistance: 47K ohms.

NOTE: See installation instructions and refer to the SLC Wiring


Manual, PN 51253.

Maximum SLC Wiring resistance: 40 Ohms.


Temperature range: 32 to 120F (0 to 49C).
Humidity range: 10% to 93% (non-condensing).
Dimensions: 4.5" (11.43 cm) high x 4" (10.16 cm) wide x
2.125" (5.398 cm) deep.

FDM-1(A) AUTOMATIC ADDRESSING


The FDM-1(A) automatically assigns itself to two addressable
points, starting with the original address. For example, if the
FDM-1(A) is set to address 26, then it will automatically
assign itself to addresses 26 and 27.
NOTE: Ones addresses on the FDM-1(A) are 0, 2, 4, 6, or 8 only.
Terminals 6 and 7 use the first address, and terminals 8 and 9 use
the second address.

CAUTION:
Avoid duplicating addresses on the system.

Installation
FMM-1(A), FZM-1(A), and FDM-1(A) modules mount directly
to a standard 4" (10.16 cm) square, 2.125" (5.398 cm) deep,
electrical box. They may also be mounted to the SMB500 surface-mount box. Mounting hardware and installation instructions are provided with each module. All wiring must conform
to applicable local codes, ordinances, and regulations. These
modules are intended for power-limited wiring only.
The FMM-101(A) module is intended to be wired and mounted
without rigid connections inside a standard electrical box. All
wiring must conform to applicable local codes, ordinances, and
regulations.

Agency Listings and Approvals


In some cases, certain modules may not be listed by certain
approval agencies, or listing may be in process. Consult factory for latest listing status.

UL: S635
ULC: S635
FM Approved
CSFM: 7300-0028:0219
MEA: 457-99-E
U.S. Coast Guard:
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FlashScan and NOTIFIER are registered trademarks and FireWatch is


a trademark of Honeywell International Inc.
2010 by Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use
of this document is strictly prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Made in the U.S. A.

For more information, contact Notifier. Phone: (203) 484-7161, FAX: (203) 484-7118.
www.notifier.com
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DN-6726:D H-240

NBG-12LX
Addressable Manual Pull Station
Intelligent/Addressable Devices
General
The Notifier NBG-12LX is a state-of-the-art, dual-action (i.e.,
requires two motions to activate the station) pull station that
includes an addressable interface for any Notifier intelligent
control panel except FireWarden series panels, and the NSP25 panel. Because the NBG-12LX is addressable, the control
panel can display the exact location of the activated manual
station. This leads fire personnel quickly to the location of the
alarm.

Construction
Shell, door, and handle are molded of durable polycarbonate
material with a textured finish.

Specifications

Shipping Weight: 9.6 oz. (272.15 g)


Normal operating voltage: 24 VDC.
Maximum SLC loop voltage: 28.0 VDC.
Maximum SLC standby current: 375 A.
Maximum SLC alarm current: 5 mA.
Temperature Range: 32F to 120F (0C to 49C)
Relative Humidity: 10% to 93% (noncondensing)
For use indoors in a dry location

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Maintenance personnel can open station for inspection and


address setting without causing an alarm condition.
Built-in bicolor LED, which is visible through the handle of
the station, flashes in normal operation and latches steady
red when in alarm.
Handle latches in down position and the word ACTIVATED
appears to clearly indicate the station has been operated.
Captive screw terminals wire-ready for easy connection to
SLC loop (accepts up to 12 AWG/3.25 mm wire).
Can be surface mounted (with SB-10 or SB-I/O) or semiflush mounted. Semi-flush mount to a standard singlegang, double-gang, or 4" (10.16 cm) square electrical box.
Smooth dual-action design.
Meets ADAAG controls and operating mechanisms guidelines (Section 4.1.3[13]); meets ADA requirement for 5 lb.
maximum activation force.
Highly visible.
Attractive shape and textured finish.
Key reset.
Includes Braille text on station handle.
Optional trim ring (BG12TR).
Meets UL 38, Standard for Manually Actuated Signaling
Boxes.
Up to 99 NBG-12LX stations per loop on CLIP protocol
loops.
Up to 159 NBG-12LX stations per loop on FlashScan protocol loops.
Dual-color LED blinks green to indicate normal on
FlashScan systems.

Features

The NBG-12LX
Addressable Manual Pull Station

Installation
The NBG-12LX will mount semi-flush into a single-gang, double-gang, or standard 4" (10.16 cm) square electrical outlet
box, or will surface mount to the model SB-10 or SB-I/O surface backbox. If the NBG-12LX is being semi-flush mounted,
then the optional trim ring (BG12TR) may be used. The
BG12TR is usually needed for semi-flush mounting with 4"
(10.16 cm) or double-gang boxes (not with single-gang boxes).

Operation
Pushing in, then pulling down on the handle causes it to latch
in the down/activated position. Once latched, the word ACTIVATED (in bright yellow) appears at the top of the handle,
while a portion of the handle protrudes from the bottom of the
station. To reset the station, simply unlock the station with the
key and pull the door open. This action resets the handle; closing the door automatically resets the switch.
Each manual station, on command from the control panel,
sends data to the panel representing the state of the manual
switch. Two rotary decimal switches allow address settings
(1 159 on FlashScan systems, 1 99 on CLIP systems).

Architectural/Engineering
Specifications
Manual Fire Alarm Stations shall be non-coded, with a keyoperated reset lock in order that they may be tested, and so
designed that after actual Emergency Operation, they cannot
be restored to normal except by use of a key. An operated station shall automatically condition itself so as to be visually
detected as activated. Manual stations shall be constructed of
red-colored polycarbonate material with clearly visible operating instructions provided on the cover. The word FIRE shall
appear on the front of the stations in white letters, 1.00 inches
(2.54 cm) or larger. Stations shall be suitable for surface
mounting on matching backbox SB-10 or SB-I/O; or semi-flush
mounting on a standard single-gang, double-gang, or
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4" (10.16 cm) square electrical box, and shall be installed


within the limits defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act
(ADA) or per national/local requirements. Manual Stations
shall be Underwriters Laboratories listed.
Manual stations shall connect with two wires to one of the control panel SLC loops. The manual station shall, on command
from the control panel, send data to the panel representing the
state of the manual switch. Manual stations shall provide
address setting by use of rotary decimal switches.
The loop poll LED shall be clearly visible through the front of
the station. The LED shall flash while in the normal condition,
and stay steadily illuminated when in alarm.

Product Line Information


NBG-12LX: Dual-action addressable pull station. Includes key
locking feature. (Listed for Canadian and non-Canadian applications.)
NBG-12LXSP: Spanish/English labelled version.
NBG-12LXP: Portuguese labelled version.
SB-10: Surface backbox; metal.
SB-I/O: Surface backbox; plastic.
BG12TR: Optional trim ring.
17021: Keys, set of two.
NY-Plate: New York City trim plate.

Agency Listings and Approvals


In some cases, certain modules or applications may not be
listed by certain approval agencies, or listing may be in process. Consult factory for latest listing status.
UL/ULC Listed: S692 (listed for Canadian and non-Canadian applications).
MEA: 67-02-E.
CSFM: 7150-0028:0199.
FDNY: COA #6085 (NFS2-640), COA #6098 (NFS2-3030).
BSMI: CI313066760047.
U.S. Coast Guard.
Lloyds Register.
FM Approved.
Patented: U.S. Patent No. D428,351; 6,380,846; 6,314,772;
6,632,108.

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International Inc.
2012 by Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use
of this document is strictly prohibited.

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We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
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Indoor SelectableOutput Horns,


Strobes, and
Horn Strobes for
Wall Applications
SpectrAlert Advance audible visible notification products
are rich with features guaranteed to cut installation times
and maximize profits.
Features
Plug-in design with minimal intrusion into the back box
Tamper-resistant construction
A
 utomatic selection of 12- or 24-volt operation at
15 and 15/75 candela
F
 ield-selectable candela settings on wall units: 15, 15/75,
30, 75, 95, 110, 115, 135, 150, 177, and 185
Horn rated at 88+ dBA at 16 volts
Rotary switch for horn tone and three volume selections
Universal mounting plate for wall units
M
 ounting plate shorting spring checks wiring continuity before
device installation
Electrically Compatible with legacy SpectrAlert devices
Compatible with MDL3 sync module
Listed for ceiling or wall mounting

3023572

Like the entire SpectrAlert Advance product line, wall-mount horns,


strobes, and horn strobes include a variety of features that increase
their application versatility while simplifying installation. All devices
feature plug-in designs with minimal intrusion into the back box,
making installations fast and foolproof while virtually eliminating
costly and time-consuming ground faults.
To further simplify installation and protect devices from construction
damage, SpectrAlert Advance utilizes a universal mounting plate
with an onboard shorting spring, so installers can test wiring
continuity before the device is installed.
Installers can also easily adapt devices to a suit a wide range of
application requirements using field-selectable candela settings,
automatic selection of 12- or 24-volt operation, and a rotary switch
for horn tones with three volume selections.

Agency Listings

S4011 (chimes, horn strobes, horns)


S5512 (strobes)

The SpectrAlert Advance series offers the most versatile and


easy-to-use line of horns, strobes, and horn strobes in the industry.
With white and red plastic housings, wall and ceiling mounting
options, and plain and FIRE-printed devices, SpectrAlert Advance
can meet virtually any application requirement.

MEA452-05-E

7125-1653:186 (indoor strobes)


7125-1653:188 (horn strobes,
chime strobes)
7135-1653:189 (horns, chimes)

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SpectrAlert Advance Specifications


Architect/Engineer Specifications
General
SpectrAlert Advance horns, strobes, and horn strobes shall mount to a standard 4 4 1-inch back box, 4-inch octagon back box, or
double-gang back box. Two-wire products shall also mount to a single-gang 2 4 178-inch back box. A universal mounting plate shall
be used for mounting ceiling and wall products. The notification appliance circuit wiring shall terminate at the universal mounting plate.
Also, SpectrAlert Advance products, when used with the SyncCircuit Module accessory, shall be powered from a non-coded notification
appliance circuit output and shall operate on a nominal 12 or 24 volts. When used with the SyncCircuit Module, 12-volt-rated notification
appliance circuit outputs shall operate between 8.5 and 17.5 volts; 24-volt-rated notification appliance circuit outputs shall operate between
16.5 and 33 volts. Indoor SpectrAlert Advance products shall operate between 32 and 120 degrees Fahrenheit from a regulated DC or fullwave rectified unfiltered power supply. Strobes and horn strobes shall have field-selectable candela settings including 15, 15/75, 30, 75, 95,
110, 115, 135, 150, 177, and 185.
Strobe
The strobe shall be a System Sensor SpectrAlert Advance Model _______ listed to UL 1971 and shall be approved for fire protective service.
The strobe shall be wired as a primary-signaling notification appliance and comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements for
visible signaling appliances, flashing at 1 Hz over the strobes entire operating voltage range. The strobe light shall consist of a xenon flash
tube and associated lens/reflector system.
Horn Strobe Combination
The horn strobe shall be a System Sensor SpectrAlert Advance Model _______ listed to UL 1971 and UL 464 and shall be approved for
fire protective service. The horn strobe shall be wired as a primary-signaling notification appliance and comply with the Americans with
Disabilities Act requirements for visible signaling appliances, flashing at 1 Hz over the strobes entire operating voltage range. The strobe light
shall consist of a xenon flash tube and associated lens/reflector system. The horn shall have three audibility options and an option to switch
between a temporal three pattern and a non-temporal (continuous) pattern. These options are set by a multiple position switch. On four-wire
products, the strobe shall be powered independently of the sounder. The horn on horn strobe models shall operate on a coded or non-coded
power supply.
Synchronization Module
The module shall be a System Sensor SyncCircuit model MDL3 listed to UL 464 and shall be approved for fire protective service. The module
shall synchronize SpectrAlert strobes at 1 Hz and horns at temporal three. Also, while operating the strobes, the module shall silence the horns
on horn strobe models over a single pair of wires. The module shall mount to a 41116 41116 218-inch back box. The module shall also
control two Style Y (class B) circuits or one Style Z (class A) circuit. The module shall synchronize multiple zones. Daisy chaining two or more
synchronization modules together will synchronize all the zones they control. The module shall not operate on a coded power supply.
Physical/Electrical Specifications
Standard Operating Temperature
Humidity Range
Strobe Flash Rate
Nominal Voltage
Operating Voltage Range2
Operating Voltage Range MDL3 Sync Module
Input Terminal Wire Gauge
Wall-Mount Dimensions (including lens)
Horn Dimensions
Wall-Mount Trim Ring Dimensions (sold as a 5 pack) (TR-HS)

32F to 120F (0C to 49C)


10 to 93% non-condensing
1 flash per second
Regulated 12 DC/FWR or regulated 24 DC/FWR1
8 to 17.5 V (12 V nominal) or 16 to 33 V (24 V nominal)
8.5 to 17.5 V (12 V nominal) or 16.5 to 33 V (24 V nominal)
12 to 18 AWG
5.6 L 4.7 W 2.5 D (142 mm L 119 mm W 64 mm D)
5.6 L 4.7 W 1.3 D (142 mm L 119 mm W 33 mm D)
5.7 L 4.8 W 0.35 D (145 mm L 122 mm W 9 mm D)

Notes:
1. F
 ull Wave Rectified (FWR) voltage is a non-regulated, time-varying power source that is used on some power supply and panel outputs.
2. P, S, PC, and SC products will operate at 12 V nominal only for 15 and 15/75 cd.

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UL Current Draw Data


UL Max. Strobe Current Draw (mA RMS)
817.5 Volts
Candela DC
FWR
Standard
15
123
128
Candela
15/75
142
148
Range
30
NA
NA
75
NA
NA
95
NA
NA
110
NA
NA
115
NA
NA
High
135
NA
NA
Candela
150
NA
NA
Range
177
NA
NA
185
NA
NA

1633 Volts
DC
FWR
66
71
77
81
94
96
158
153
181
176
202
195
210
205
228
207
246
220
281
251
286
258

UL Max. Horn Current Draw (mA RMS)


817.5 Volts
Sound Pattern
dB
DC
FWR
Temporal
High
57
55
Temporal
Medium
44
49
Temporal
Low
38
44
Non-temporal
High
57
56
Non-temporal
Medium
42
50
Non-temporal
Low
41
44
Coded
High
57
55
Coded
Medium
44
51
Coded
Low
40
46

1633 Volts
DC
FWR
69
75
58
69
44
48
69
75
60
69
50
50
69
75
56
69
52
50

UL Max. Current Draw (mA RMS), 2-Wire Horn Strobe, Standard Candela Range (15115 cd)
817.5 Volts
1633 Volts
DC Input
15
15/75
15
15/75
30
75
Temporal High
137
147
79
90
107
176
Temporal Medium
132
144
69
80
97
157
Temporal Low
132
143
66
77
93
154
Non-Temporal High
141
152
91
100
116
176
Non-Temporal Medium
133
145
75
85
102
163
Non-Temporal Low
131
144
68
79
96
156
FWR Input
Temporal High
136
155
88
97
112
168
Temporal Medium
129
152
78
88
103
160
Temporal Low
129
151
76
86
101
160
Non-Temporal High
142
161
103
112
126
181
Non-Temporal Medium
134
155
85
95
110
166
Non-Temporal Low
132
154
80
90
105
161

95
194
182
179
201
187
182

110
212
201
198
221
207
201

115
218
210
207
229
216
210

190
184
184
203
189
184

210
202
194
221
208
202

218
206
201
229
216
211

UL Max. Current Draw (mA RMS), 2-Wire Horn Strobe, High Candela Range (135185 cd)
1633 Volts
DC Input
135
150
177
185
FWR Input
Temporal High
245
259
290
297
Temporal High
Temporal Medium
235
253
288
297
Temporal Medium
Temporal Low
232
251
282
292
Temporal Low
Non-Temporal High
255
270
303
309
Non-Temporal High
Non-Temporal Medium
242
259
293
299
Non-Temporal Medium
Non-Temporal Low
238
254
291
295
Non-Temporal Low

1633 Volts
135
150
215
231
209
224
207
221
233
248
219
232
214
229

Horn Tones and Sound Output Data


Horn and Horn Strobe Output (dBA)
Switch
Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Sound Pattern
Temporal
Temporal
Temporal
Non-Temporal
Non-Temporal
Non-Temporal
Coded
Coded
Coded

dB
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low

817.5
Volts
DC FWR
78 78
75 75
71 71
82 82
78 78
73 74
82 82
78 78
74 75

1633
Volts
DC FWR
84 84
80 80
76 76
88 88
85 85
81 81
88 88
85 85
81 81

Settings 7, 8, and 9 are not available on 2-wire horn strobes.

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24-Volt Nominal
Reverberant Anechoic
DC
FWR
DC FWR
88
88
99 98
86
86
96 96
83
80
94 89
93
92
100 100
90
90
98 98
88
84
96 92
93
92
101 101
90
90
97 98
88
85
96 92

177
258
250
248
275
262
256

185
265
258
256
281
267
262

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SpectrAlert Advance Dimensions


4.7

6.8
Dia.

2.5

2.5

5.6

Wall-mount horn strobes

SpectrAlert Advance Ordering Information


Model
Description
Wall Horn Strobes
P2R
2-Wire Horn Strobe, Standard cd, Red
P2R-P
2-Wire Horn Strobe, Standard cd, Red, Plain
P2R-SP
2-Wire Horn Strobe, Standard cd, Red, FUEGO
P2RH
2-Wire Horn Strobe, High cd, Red
P2RH-P
2-Wire Horn Strobe, High cd, Red, Plain
P2W
2-Wire Horn Strobe, Standard cd, White
P2W-P
2-Wire Horn Strobe, Standard cd, White, Plain
P2WH
2-Wire Horn Strobe, High cd, White
P2WH-P
2-Wire Horn Strobe, High cd, White, Plain
P4R
4-Wire Horn Strobe, Standard cd, Red
P4R-P
4-Wire Horn Strobe, Standard cd, Red, Plain
P4RH
4-Wire Horn Strobe, High cd, Red
P4W
4-Wire Horn Strobe, Standard cd, White
Wall Strobes
SR
Strobe, Standard cd, Red
SR-P
Strobe, Standard cd, Red, Plain
SR-SP
Strobe, Standard cd, Red, FUEGO

Model
Description
Wall Strobes (cont.)
SRH
Strobe, High cd, Red
SRH-P
Strobe, High cd, Red, Plain
SRH-SP
Strobe, High cd, Red, FUEGO
SW
Strobe, Standard cd, White
SW-P
Strobe, Standard cd, White, Plain
SWH
Strobe, High cd, White
SWH-P
Strobe, High cd, White, Plain
Horns
HR
Horn, Red
HW
Horn, White
Accessories
TR-HS
Trim Ring, Wall, Red
SBBR
Indoor Surface Mount Back Box, Red
SBBW
Indoor Surface Mount Back Box, White

Notes:
All -P models have a plain housing (no FIRE marking on cover)
All -SP models have FUEGO marking on cover
Standard cd refers to strobes that include 15, 15/75, 30, 75, 95, 110, and 115 candela settings.
High cd refers to strobes that include 135, 150, 177, and 185 candela settings.

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Product specifications subject to change without notice. Visit systemsensor.com
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AVDS10201 1/14

Edwards Signaling Catalog u Conventional Initiating

Rate Compensation
Heat Detectors

Box mount

Surface Mount

302 Series

MEA

Overview

Application

Series 302 heat detectors are designed for use in normal environments as well as environments where the detectors are subject to
weather, moisture (internal condensation), and explosive atmospheres. They are normally-open devices designed to close an
electrical circuit upon activation. All models feature rate compensation and are available with either 135 F (57.2 C) or 194 F (90
C) ratings. They are self restoring, hermetically sealed, shock and
corrosion resistant, and are tamperproof.

Sensors rated at 135 F (57.2 C) will not respond to momentary


temperature fluctuations less than 30 F/minute between 60 F
(16 C) and 100 F (38 C). Sensors rated at 194F (90 C) will not
respond to momentary temperature fluctuations less than 50 F/
minute between 60 F (16 C) and 150 F (66 C). 302 Series sensors should not be used in environments where conditions exceed
these parameters. Do not install them in hot air ducts, in front of
heaters, in paint booths that use heat to cure paint, or any other
location subject to temperature fluctuation.

Standard Features

Sensors Rated
Temperature

Minimum Ambient
Air Temperature

Maximum Ceiling
Temperature

Rate compensation offsets thermal lag

135 F (57.2 C)
194 F (90 C)

-40 F (-40 C)
-40 F (-40 C)

100 F (38 C)
150 F (66 C)

Self-restoring no manual reset required


Explosion proof and weatherproof models available
Weatherproof models available that do not require a special
backbox

The sensor's aluminum tube acts as a heat collector when sources of heat radiate directly on the tube. Install these sensors out of
direct sunlight and away from radiating heat sources including the
direct flow from heaters and heat ducts.

Box mount and surface mount models available

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Typical Wiring

Rate Compensation
302 Series sensors feature rate compensation, which improves
performance by offsetting thermal lag, an inherent property of
conventional fixed temperature heat sensors.
A slow rate of temperature rise allows the heat to penetrate the
inner expansion struts. The tubular shell and the struts expand
slowly until the total device has been heated to its rated temperature level of 135 F (57.2 C) or 194 F (90 C). At this point, the
silver contact points close and an alarm is initiated.
When subjected to a rapid rate temperature rise, there is not as
much time for heat to penetrate the inner strut. However, the rapid
lengthening of the shell allows the struts to come together at a
lower level.

Black
To control
panel or
next device

End of
Line
Resistor

302 Series Detectors

White

Electrical Rating
Voltage
6-125 VAC
6-25 VDC
125 VDC

When the surrounding air temperature returns to below the rated


level, the shell contracts, forcing the contacts to open, thus automatically resetting the sensor.

Current
5 amps
1 amp
0.5 amp

Maintenance
302 Series heat sensors are low maintenance. Sensors automatically restore when temperatures drop below their rated temperatures. The accumulation of dust and dirt does not normally affect
the sensors operation.

Fine silver contact


Expansion struts
High expansion sensing
shell, 0.040 anodized aluminum
Heat control sleeve

Testing
Testing for operation is simple and can be done before or after the
sensor has been installed. Heat the sensor with a hair dryer (do
not use any device with an open flame to test sensors). The sensor should operate shortly after the hot air is applied.

Setting screw
Devcon hermetic seal

Refer to NFPA 72, National Fire Alarm Code and/or the local
authority having jurisdiction to determine testing frequency, record
keeping, and other testing considerations.

Detector Spacing
Model
UL- Vertical Spacing
(all models)
UL- Horizontal Spacing
(all models)
FM - Horizontal
or vertical spacing.*

302
50' x 50'
(15.2 x 15.2 m)
40' x 40'
(12.2 x 12.2 m)
30' x 30'
(9.1 x 9.1m)

302-AW
50' x 50'
(15.2 x 15.2 m)
40' x 40'
(12.2 x 12.2 m)
30' x 30'
(9.1 x 9.1m)

302-ET
50' x 50'
(15.2 x 15.2 m)
40' x 40'
(12.2 x 12.2 m)
30' x 30'
(9.1 x 9.1m)

302-EPM
40' x 40'
(12.2 x 12.2 m)
30' x 30'
(9.1 x 9.1m)
Not Listed

Spacing is based on smooth ceilings that are up to 10' (3 m) high. Refer to NFPA 72 for ceilings that are not considered smooth or are higher than 10' (3
m).
* EPM models are not FM approved.

Dimensions
Model
Tube Length
Tube Diameter
NPT Thread
Hex Base

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ET
3" (76.2 mm)
0.5" (12.7 mm)
0.5" (12.7 mm)
1" (25.4 mm) plastic

EMP
3" (76.2 mm)
0.5" (12.7 mm)
0.5" (12.7 mm)
1.25" (31.75 mm)
brass

WARNING Use For Property Protection Only: Heat detectors do not protect life against fire
and smoke. In most fires, hazardous levels of smoke, heat and toxic gases can build up before a
heat sensor would initiate an alarm. Independent studies indicate that heat sensors should only
be used when property protection alone is involved. In cases where life safety is a factor, the use
of smoke detectors is recommended.
Under no circumstances should heat detectors be relied upon as the sole measure to ensure fire
safety. However, if they are spaced in accordance with the specifications found under Application,
these sensors can contribute, within an overall fire safety program, to reducing the risk of avoidable property losses.
When used with automatic fire suppression systems such as pre-action and deluge sprinkler
systems, carbon dioxide systems, halon systems, and dry chemical systems, at least two sensors should be used to initiate the alarm. This is commonly referred to as cross-zoning or priority
matrix zoning and is necessary to eliminate premature discharge of the system. Refer to NFPA 72
for more information.

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Ordering Information
Interior applications
302-135

302-194

Ship Wt.

Heat Detector - Rate Compensation, Interior


Vertical Surface Mount FM & UL, 135 F (57.2
C)
Heat Detector - Rate Compensation, Interior
Vertical Surface Mount FM & UL, 194F (90
C).

0.2 lb. (0.09


kg)

For interior mounting.

Moisture & dust proof applications


302-AW-135

302-AW-194

All-weather Heat Detector - Rate


Compensation, Vertical Mounting FM & UL,
135 F (57.2 C)
All-weather Heat Detector - Rate
Compensation, Vertical Mounting FM & UL,
194F (90 C)

Ship Wt.
Hermetically sealed for moisture proof
or dust proof installations. Requires no
special back box when the all-weather
leads are properly spliced to THW
or equivalent type wire and splices are
moisture proof. For indoor or outdoor
use.

Moisture & dust proof applications (box mount)


302-ET-135

All-weather Heat Detector - Rate


Compensation, Vertical, Box Mount ("
NPT), FM & UL, 135 F (57.2 C). Requires
STONCO27 or equivalent.

302-ET-194

All-weather Heat Detector - Rate


Compensation, Vertical, Box Mount ("
NPT), FM & UL, 194F (90 C). Requires
STONCO27 or equivalent.

Ship Wt.
Hermetically sealed for moisture proof
or dust proof installations. Requires no
special back box. Has plastic hexagonal
grip bushing with " conduit threads
for attachment to threaded hub cover,
or any outlet box. For indoor or outdoor
use when watertight seal is required,
use weatherproof box.

Explosion proof applications


302-EPM135

Heat Detector - Rate Compensation,


Explosionproof Mounting UL (Not FM
approved), 135 F (57.2 C). RequiresJALX-11
or equivalent

302-EPM194

Heat Detector - Rate Compensation,


Explosionproof Mounting UL (not FM
approved), 194F (90 C). RequiresJALX-11
or equivalent.

Explosion proof for installation in


hazardous locations. Has hexagonal
grip bushing with " conduit threads for
attachment to threaded hub covers of
series JL fixture fitting manufactured by
Killark Electric Co., or equivalent. Must
be hand tightened only. For indoor use
only.

Decorative white plastic adaptor plate for mounting 302 and 302-AW to any 3" outlet box
or 4" octagon outlet box.

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0.1 lb. (0.05


kg)

Ship Wt.

3 " Weatherproof, round backbox and cover (" thread hubs back, four sides and cover)

Explosion proof outlet body

JALX11

0.3 lb. (0.14


kg)

Ship Wt.

Outlet body

STONCO27

0.2 lb. (0.09


kg)

Ship Wt.

Adapter plate

AP-P

0.2 lb. (0.09


kg)

3.0 lb. (1.4 kg)

Ship Wt.

Explosion proof outlet body with cover (" thread hubs back, four sides and cover) - Killark

3.5 lb. (1.6 kg)

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Contact us...
Phone: 1-800-336-4206
Web: www.edwardssignaling.com
Edwards Signaling is
an EDWARDS brand.
3 Farm Glen Boulevard
Farmington, CT 06032
In Canada, contact Chubb Edwards...
Email: inquiries@chubbedwards.com
Web: www.chubbedwards.com
2013 UTC Fire & Security Americas
Corporation, Inc. All rights reserved.
Specifications subject to change
without notice. Edwards is part of UTC
Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of
United Technologies Corporation.

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INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS

Relay Contact Ratings:

CURRENT RATING

MAXIMUM VOLTAGE

LOAD DESCRIPTION

APPLICATION

3A

30 VDC

Resistive

Non Coded

2A

30 VDC

Resistive

Coded

.9 A

110 VDC

Resistive

Non Coded

.9 A

125 VAC

Resistive

Non Coded

.5 A

30 VDC

Inductive (L/R=5ms)

Coded

1A

30 VDC

Inductive (L/R=2ms)

Coded

.5 A

125 VAC

Inductive (PF=.35)

Non Coded

.7 A

75 VAC

Inductive (PF=.35)

Non Coded

Specifications
Normal Operating Voltage:
Maximum Current Draw:
Average Operating Current:
External Supply Voltage:
Maximum:
Drain on External Supply:
Temperature Range:
Humidity:
Dimensions:
Accessories:

WARNING

All relay switch contacts are shipped in the standby state (open) state, but may have transferred to the activated (closed) state during
shipping. To ensure that the switch contacts are in their correct state, modules must be made to communicate with the panel before
connecting circuits controlled by the module.

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FCM-1 Supervised Control Module


15 to 32 VDC
6.5 mA (LED on)
390A (LED flashing)
(between Terminals T3 and T4)
80 Volts (RMS or DC)
2 mA Maximum (using internal EOL relay)
32F to 120F (0C to 49C)
10% to 93% Noncondensing
41/2 H x 4 W x 11/4 D (Mounts to a 4 square by 21/8 deep box.)
SMB500 Electrical Box; CB500 Barrier

Before Installing
This information is included as a quick reference installation
guide. Refer to the control panel installation manual for detailed
system information. If the modules will be installed in an existing
operational system, inform the operator and local authority that
the system will be temporarily out of service. Disconnect power
to the control panel before installing the modules.

2. Set the address on the module per job drawings.


Note: Some panels support extended addressing. In order to
set the module above address 99 on compatible systems, carefully remove the stop on the upper rotary switch with thumb
in the direction shown in Figure 1A.
3. Secure module to electrical box (supplied by installer), as
shown in Figure 2A.

NOTICE: This manual should be left with the owner/user of this


equipment.

IMPORTANT: When using the FCM-1 for fire fighter telephone


applications, remove Jumper (J1) and discard. The Jumper is
located on the back under the product label as shown in Figure
1B.

General Description
FCM-1 Supervised Control Modules are intended for use in intelligent, two-wire systems, where the individual address of each
module is selected using the built-in rotary switches. This module
is used to switch an external power supply, which can be a DC
power supply or an audio amplifier (up to 80 VRMS), to notification appliances. It also supervises the wiring to the connected
loads and reports their status to the panel as NORMAL, OPEN, or
SHORT CIRCUIT. The FCM-1 has two pairs of output termination
points available for fault-tolerant wiring and a panel-controlled
LED indicator. This module can be used to replace a CMX-2 module that has been configured for supervised wiring operation.

Figure 1B. Jumper location:

Figure 1A. Removing


rotary switch stop:

9
8
7
6
5
LOOP

Compatibility Requirements
To ensure proper operation, this module shall be connected to a
compatible Notifier system control panels only (list available from
Notifier).

67 8 9
5
10
11
4
3
12
13
2
1 0 15 14
TENS
8
7
6
9
5
4
3
2
10

ONES

BACK OF
MODULE

LABEL

3
4

ADDRESS

A78-2318-18

A78-2318-07

J1 UNDER LABEL

Figure 2A. Module mounting with barrier:

Mounting
The FCM-1 mounts directly to 4 square electrical boxes (see
Figure 2A). The box must have a minimum depth of 21/8 . Surface
mounted electrical boxes (SMB500) are available.
Wiring
NOTE: All wiring must conform to applicable local codes, ordinances, and regulations. When using control modules
in nonpower limited applications, the CB500 Module
Barrier must be used to meet UL requirements for the
separation of power-limited and nonpower-limited terminals and wiring. The barrier must be inserted into a 4
x4 x21/8 junction box, and the control module must be
placed into the barrier and attached to the junction box
(Figure 2A). The power-limited wiring must be placed
into the isolated quadrant of the module barrier (Figure
2B).
1. Install module wiring in accordance with the job drawings and
appropriate wiring diagrams.

Figure 2B:

LO
OP

4 5 6 78
3
9
2
10
NS 1
0 15
1211
4 5 6 7 8 14 13
3
9
ON
2
ES 1
0
AD
DR
ES
S

7 TE

LO
OP

4 5 6 78
3
9
TEN 21
10
S 0
1211
15
4 5 6 7 8 14 13
3
9
ON
2
ES 1
0
AD
DR
ES
S

ISOLATED
QUADRANT

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Figure 3. Typical notification appliance circuit configuration, NFPA Style Y:

COMMUNICATION LINE
32 VDC MAX.
TWISTED PAIR
IS RECOMMENDED

CONNECT MODULES TO LISTED COMPATIBLE


NOTIFIER CONTROL PANELS ONLY

)-(
)+(

TO NEXT
DEVICE

ALL WIRING SHOWN IS SUPERVISED AND POWER LIMITED

)-(
)+(

CONTROL
MODULE

MODULE POLARITIES ARE


SHOWN IN ALARM
)-(
)-(

9
8
7
6

47K EOL
RESISTOR
ELR-47K

5
LOOP

)+(

UL LISTED EOL RELAY


SHOWN ENERGIZED
24 VDC COIL
A77-716-02
A77-716B

67 8 9
5
10
11
4
3
12
13
2
1 0 15 14
TENS
6789
5
4
3
2
10

ONES

)-(
)+(

1
2
3
4

Figure 5. Typical wiring for speaker supervision and switching, NFPA Style Y:

ADDRESS

)+(

24 VDC POWER SUPPLY


ISOLATED, REGULATED, POWER
LIMITED PER NFPA 70.
LISTED FOR FIRE PROTECTION WITH
BATTERY BACKUP.

)+(

)+(

EOL RESISTOR IS
INTERNAL AT
TERMINALS 8 & 9

)(

)(

6
5
LOOP

)+(

UL LISTED EOL RELAY


SHOWN ENERGIZED
24VDC COIL
A77-716B

ONES

)(
)+(

1
2
3
4

ADDRESS

)+(

7
6
5

67 8 9
5
10
11
4
3
12
13
2
1 0 15 14
6789
5
4
3
2
10

TENS

ONES

0
1
2

)(
)+(

3
4

ADDRESS

)+(

TO NEXT CONTROL MODULE


LAST MODULE MUST RETURN
WIRES FOR SUPERVISION

CONNECT MODULES TO LISTED COMPATIBLE

CONNECT MODULES TO LISTED COMPATIBLE


NOTIFIER
CONTROL
PANELS
ONLY
NOTIFIER
CONTROL
PANELS
ONLY
)(
FROM PANEL OR
)+(
PREVIOUS DEVICE

AUDIO CIRCUIT
DO NOT LOOP WIRE AROUND TERMINALS
3 & 4. BREAK WIRE TO ENSURE
SUPERVISION OF CONNECTIONS.
)(
AUDIO AMPLIFIER, 70.7 Vrms MAX.
USE ONLY MODELS AA-30, AA100 OR AA-120. AMPLIFIER
)+(
MUST PROVIDE WIRING SUPERVISION PER NFPA.
SUPERVISION
AUDIO CIRCUIT WIRING MUST BE TWISTED PAIR AS A MINIMUM.
SEE NOTIFIER INSTALLATION MANUAL FOR DETAILED INFORMATION.
WHEN A 70.7V AUDIO AMPLIFIER IS USED, TERMINALS 1 AND 2 ARE POWER LIMITED,
WHILE TERMINALS 3-9 ARE NONPOWER LIMITED. IN THIS CASE THE CB500 BARRIER
IS REQUIRED. OTHERWISE, ALL TERMINAL WIRING IS POWER LIMITED.THE CB500
INCLUDES A LABEL INDICATING WHICH TERMINALS ARE NONPOWER LIMITED. THIS
LABEL MUST BE PLACED OVER THE POWER-LIMITED TERMINAL INFORMATION ON
THE NAMEPLATE LABEL, PRESENT ON THE MODULE HOUSING.
A78-2284-11

Figure 6. Typical fault tolerant wiring for speaker supervision and switching, NFPA Style Z:

)(
)+(

SPEAKER SWITCHING CIRCUIT - NFPA STYLE X


SPEAKERS MUST BE LISTED FOR FIRE PROTECTION. REFER
TO THE RELAY CONTACT RATING TABLE FOR MAXIMUM LOAD.

24 VDC CIRCUIT
DO NOT LOOP WIRE ON TERMINALS
3 & 4. BREAK WIRE RUN TO PROVIDE
SUPERVISION OF CONNECTIONS.
)(
)+(

COMMUNICATION LINE
32 VDC MAX.
TWISTED PAIR
IS RECOMMENDED

ALL WIRING SHOWN IS SUPERVISED.

TO NEXT
DEVICE

FROM PANEL OR
PREVIOUS DEVICE

CONTROL
MODULE

)(
LOOP

)+(

CONNECT MODULES TO LISTED COMPATIBLE


NOTIFIER CONTROL PANELS ONLY
)(

67 8 9
5
10
11
4
3
12
13
2
1 0 15 14
TENS
8
7
6
9
5
4
3
2
10

)(

47 K EOL
RESISTOR
ELR-47K

WIRES MUST BE SUPERVISED PER NFPA

A78-2282-12

)(

CONTROL
MODULE

MODULE POLARITIES ARE


SHOWN IN ALARM

COMMUNICATION LINE
32 VDC MAX.
TWISTED PAIR
IS RECOMMENDED

MODULE POLARITIES ARE


SHOWN IN ALARM

)(
)+(

Figure 4. Typical fault tolerant notification appliance circuit configuration, NFPA Style Z:

TO NEXT
DEVICE

TO NEXT
DEVICE
SPEAKER SWITCHING CIRCUIT - NFPA STYLE W
SPEAKERS MUST BE LISTED FOR FIRE PROTECTION. REFER
TO THE RELAY CONTACT RATING TABLE FOR MAXIMUM LOAD.

TO NEXT CONTROL MODULE OR END-OF-LINE-RELAY.


ONE RELAY REQUIRED FOR EACH CIRCUIT.
SOME CONTROL PANELS HAVE RELAY BUILT IN AND
DO NOT REQUIRE EXTERNAL WIRING. REFER TO
NOTIFIER MANUAL.

ALL WIRING SHOWN IS SUPERVISED


AND POWER LIMITED

ALL WIRING SHOWN IS SUPERVISED.

FROM PANEL OR
PREVIOUS DEVICE

24 VDC CIRCUIT
DO NOT LOOP WIRE ON TERMINALS
3 & 4. BREAK WIRE RUN TO PROVIDE
SUPERVISION OF CONNECTIONS.
)-(
)+(

COMMUNICATION LINE
32 VDC MAX.
TWISTED PAIR
IS RECOMMENDED

CONTROL
MODULE

47 K EOL
RESISTOR
IS INTERNAL
AT TERMINALS
8 AND 9

24 VDC POWER SUPPLY


ISOLATED, REGULATED, POWER
LIMITED PER NFPA 70.
LISTED FOR FIRE PROTECTION WITH
BATTERY BACKUP.

)(

)(

6
5
LOOP

)+(

67 8 9
5
10
11
4
3
12
13
2
1 0 15 14
6789
5
4

TENS

3
2

10

ONES

0
1
2

)(
)+(

3
4

ADDRESS

)+(

BYPASS CAPACITORS : 100 f, 16V


A2143-20 NONPOLARIZED
<10 A LEAKAGE

MODULE POLARITIES ARE


SHOWN IN ALARM

TO NEXT CONTROL MODULE OR END-OF-LINE-RELAY.


ONE RELAY REQUIRED FOR EACH CIRCUIT.
SOME CONTROL PANELS HAVE RELAY BUILT IN AND
DO NOT REQUIRE EXTERNAL WIRING. REFER TO
NOTIFIER MANUAL.

TO NEXT CONTROL MODULE


LAST MODULE MUST RETURN
WIRES FOR SUPERVISION

WIRES MUST BE SUPERVISED PER NFPA

CONNECT MODULES TO LISTED COMPATIBLE


NOTIFIER CONTROL PANELS ONLY
)(
FROM PANEL OR
)+( PREVIOUS DEVICE

AUDIO CIRCUIT
DO NOT LOOP WIRE AROUND TERMINALS
3 & 4. BREAK WIRE TO ENSURE
SUPERVISION OF CONNECTIONS.
)(
AUDIO AMPLIFIER, 70.7 Vrms MAX.
USE ONLY MODELS AA-30, AA100 OR AA-120. AMPLIFIER
)+(
MUST PROVIDE WIRING SUPERVISION PER NFPA.
SUPERVISION
AUDIO CIRCUIT WIRING MUST BE TWISTED PAIR AS A MINIMUM.
SEE NOTIFIER INSTALLATION MANUAL FOR DETAILED INFORMATION.
WHEN A 70.7V AUDIO AMPLIFIER IS USED, TERMINALS 1 AND 2 ARE POWER LIMITED,
WHILE TERMINALS 3-9 ARE NONPOWER LIMITED. IN THIS CASE THE CB500 BARRIER
IS REQUIRED. OTHERWISE, ALL TERMINAL WIRING IS POWER LIMITED.THE CB500
INCLUDES A LABEL INDICATING WHICH TERMINALS ARE NONPOWER LIMITED. THIS
LABEL MUST BE PLACED OVER THE POWER-LIMITED TERMINAL INFORMATION ON
THE NAMEPLATE LABEL, PRESENT ON THE MODULE HOUSING.
A78-2285-10

A78-2283-12

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INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS

12 Clintonville Rd

FRM-1 Relay Control Module


Specifications
Normal Operating Voltage:
Maximum Current Draw:
Average Operating Current:
EOL Resistance:
Temperature Range:
Humidity:
Dimensions:
Accessories:

Northford, CT 06472-1653
(203) 484-7161

15 to 32 VDC
6.5 mA (LED on)
270A (LED flashing)
Not used
32F to 120F (0C to 49C)
10% to 93% Noncondensing
41/2 H x 4 W x 11/4 D (Mounts to a 4 square by 21/8 deep box.)
SMB500 Electrical Box; CB500 Barrier

Before Installing
This information is included as a quick reference installation
guide. Refer to the appropriate Notifier control panel installation
manual for detailed system information. If the modules will be
installed in an existing operational system, inform the operator
and local authority that the system will be temporarily out of service. Disconnect power to the control panel before installing the
modules.

appropriate wiring diagrams.


2. Set the address on the module per job drawings.
Note: Some panels support extended addressing. In order to
set the module above address 99 on compatible systems, carefully remove the stop on the upper rotary switch with thumb in
the direction shown in Figure 1.
3. Secure module to electrical box (supplied by installer), as
shown in Figure 2A.

NOTICE: This manual should be left with the owner/user of this


equipment.

Figure 1. Removing
rotary switch stop:

General Description
The FRM-1 Relay Control Module is intended for use in intelligent,
two-wire systems where the individual address of each module is
selected using the built-in rotary switches. It allows a compatible
control panel to switch discrete contacts by code command. The
relay contains two isolated sets of Form-C contacts, which operate
as a DPDT switch and are rated in accordance with the table in
the manual. Circuit connections to the relay contacts are not supervised by the module. The module also has a panel controlled
LED indicator. This module can be used to replace a CMX-2 module that has been configured for Form-C operation.

9
8
7
6
5
LOOP

67 8 9
5
10
11
4
3
12
13
2
1 0 15 14
TENS
6789
5
4
3
2
10

ONES

1
2
3
4

ADDRESS

A78-2318-07

Compatibility Requirements
To ensure proper operation, this module shall be connected to a
compatible Notifier system control panel (list available from Notifier).

Figure 2A. Module mounting with barrier:

Mounting
The FRM-1 mounts directly to 4 square electrical boxes (see Figure 2A). The box must have a minimum depth of 21 /8. Surface
mounted electrical boxes (SMB500) are available from Notifier.

Figure 2B:

Wiring
NOTE: All wiring must conform to applicable local codes, ordinances, and regulations. When using control modules in
nonpower limited applications, the CB500 Module Barrier must be used to meet UL requirements for the separation of power-limited and nonpower-limited terminals
and wiring. The barrier must be inserted into a 4x4x21
/8 junction box, and the control module must be placed
into the barrier and attached to the junction box (Figure
2A). The power-limited wiring must be placed into the
isolated quadrant of the module barrier (Figure 2B).
1. Install module wiring in accordance with the job drawings and

LO
OP

4 5 6 78
3
9
TENS 2
10
10
1211
15
4 5 6 7 8 14 13
9

ON
2
ES 1

0
AD
DR
ES
S

LO
OP

4 5 6 78
3
9
TEN 21
10
S 0
1211
15
4 5 6 7 8 14 13
9
ON
2
ES 1
0
AD
DR
ES
S

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QUADRANT

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Relay Contact Ratings:

CURRENT RATING

MAXIMUM VOLTAGE

LOAD DESCRIPTION

APPLICATION

3A

30 VDC

Resistive

Non Coded

2A

30 VDC

Resistive

Coded

.9 A

110 VDC

Resistive

Non Coded

.9 A

125 VAC

Resistive

Non Coded

.5 A

30 VDC

Inductive (L/R=5ms)

Coded

1A

30 VDC

Inductive (L/R=2ms)

Coded

.5 A

125 VAC

Inductive (PF=.35)

Non Coded

.7 A

75 VAC

Inductive (PF=.35)

Non Coded

All relay switch contacts are shipped as shown in Figure 3, but may have transferred during shipping. To ensure that the switch contacts
are in their correct state, modules must be made to communicate with the panel before connecting circuits controlled by the module.

Figure 3. Relay module wiring diagram:

TO NEXT
DEVICE

COMMUNICATION LINE
32 VDC Max.
SHIELDED-TWISTED PAIR
IS RECOMMENDED

)(

CONNECT MODULES TO LISTED COMPATIBLE


CONTROL PANELS ONLY

)(
)+(

)+(

FROM PANEL OR
PREVIOUS DEVICE

CONTROL
MODULE

RELAY COMMON 2
NORMALLY CLOSED 2
NORMALLY OPEN 2
RELAY COMMON 1
NORMALLY CLOSED 1

5
LOOP

)(
)+(

IF ANY WIRING TO TERMINALS 3 9 IS NONPOWER


LIMITED, THE CB500 BARRIER IS REQUIRED. THE CB500
INCLUDES A NONPOWER LIMITED LABEL, WHICH MUST
BE PLACED OVER THE POWER LIMITED TERMINAL
INFORMATION ON THE NAMEPLATE LABEL.

NORMALLY OPEN 1

ADDRESS

MODULE DOES NOT SUPERVISE CONTROLLED CIRCUITS

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FMM-1(A), FMM-101(A),
FZM-1(A) & FDM-1(A)
Monitor Modules with FlashScan
Intelligent/Addressable Devices

General
Four different monitor modules are available for Notifiers intelligent control panels for a variety of applications. Monitor modules supervise a circuit of dry-contact input devices, such as
conventional heat detectors and pull stations, or monitor and
power a circuit of two-wire smoke detectors (FZM-1(A)).
FMM-1(A) is a standard-sized module (typically mounts to a 4"
[10.16 cm] square box) that supervises either a Style D (Class
A) or Style B (Class B) circuit of dry-contact input devices.
FMM-101(A) is a miniature monitor module a mere 1.3" (3.302
cm) H x 2.75" (6.985 cm) W x 0.5" (1.270 cm) D that supervises a Style B (Class B) circuit of dry-contact input devices.
Its compact design allows the FMM-101(A) to be mounted in a
single-gang box behind the device it monitors.

FDM-1(A) is a standard-sized dual monitor module that monitors and supervises two independent two-wire Style B (Class
B) dry-contact initiating device circuits (IDCs) at two separate,
consecutive addresses in intelligent, two-wire systems.
FlashScan (U.S. Patent 5,539,389) is a communication protocol developed by NOTIFIER that greatly increases the speed
of communication between analog intelligent devices. Intelligent devices communicate in a grouped fashion. If one of the
devices within the group has new information, the panel CPU
stops the group poll and concentrates on single points. The
net effect is response speed greater than five times that of
other designs.

FMM-1(A) Monitor Module


Built-in type identification automatically identifies this device
as a monitor module to the control panel.
Powered directly by two-wire SLC loop. No additional power
required.
High noise (EMF/RFI) immunity.
SEMS screws with clamping plates for ease of wiring.
Direct-dial entry of address: 01 159 on FlashScan loops;
01 99 on CLIP loops.
LED flashes green during normal operation (this is a programmable option) and latches on steady red to indicate
alarm.
The FMM-1(A) Monitor Module is intended for use in intelligent, two-wire systems, where the individual address of each
module is selected using the built-in rotary switches. It provides either a two-wire or four-wire fault-tolerant Initiating
Device Circuit (IDC) for normally-open-contact fire alarm and
supervisory devices. The module has a panel-controlled LED
indicator. The FMM-1(A) can be used to replace MMX-1(A)
modules in existing systems.

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FZM-1(A) is a standard-sized module that monitors and supervises compatible two-wire, 24 volt, smoke detectors on a Style
D (Class A) or Style B (Class B) circuit.
FMM-1(A) (Type H)

A) Initiating Device Circuit. A 47K ohm End-of-Line Resistor


(provided) terminates the Style B circuit. No resistor is
required for supervision of the Style D circuit.

FMM-1(A) OPERATION
Each FMM-1(A) uses one of the available module addresses
on an SLC loop. It responds to regular polls from the control
panel and reports its type and the status (open/normal/short)
of its Initiating Device Circuit (IDC). A flashing LED indicates
that the module is in communication with the control panel.
The LED latches steady on alarm (subject to current limitations on the loop).

FMM-1(A) SPECIFICATIONS
Nominal operating voltage: 15 to 32 VDC.
Maximum current draw: 5.0 mA (LED on).
Average operating current: 350 A (LED flashing), 1 communication every 5 seconds, 47k EOL.
Maximum IDC wiring resistance: 40 ohms.
EOL resistance: 47K ohms.
Temperature range: 32F to 120F (0C to 49C).
Humidity range: 10% to 93% noncondensing.
Dimensions: 4.5" (11.43 cm) high x 4" (10.16 cm) wide x
1.25" (3.175 cm) deep. Mounts to a 4" (10.16 cm) square x
2.125" (5.398 cm) deep box.

FMM-1(A) APPLICATIONS
Use to monitor a zone of four-wire smoke detectors, manual
fire alarm pull stations, waterflow devices, or other normallyopen dry-contact alarm activation devices. May also be used
to monitor normally-open supervisory devices with special
supervisory indication at the control panel. Monitored circuit
may be wired as an NFPA Style B (Class B) or Style D (Class
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FMM-101(A) Mini Monitor Module


Built-in type identification automatically identifies this device
as a monitor module to the panel.
Powered directly by two-wire SLC loop. No additional power
required.
High noise (EMF/RFI) immunity.
Tinned, stripped leads for ease of wiring.
Direct-dial entry of address: 01 159 on FlashScan loops;
01 99 on CLIP loops.

Dimensions: 1.3" (3.302 cm) high x 2.75" (6.985 cm) wide x


0.65" (1.651 cm) deep.
Wire length: 6" (15.24 cm) minimum.

FZM-1(A) Interface Module

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Supports compatible two-wire smoke detectors.


Supervises IDC wiring and connection of external power
source.
High noise (EMF/RFI) immunity.
SEMS screws with clamping plates for ease of wiring.
Direct-dial entry of address: 01 159 on FlashScan loops,
01 99 on CLIP loops.
LED flashes during normal operation; this is a programmable option.
LED latches steady to indicate alarm on command from
control panel.
The FZM-1(A) Interface Module is intended for use in intelligent, addressable systems, where the individual address of
each module is selected using built-in rotary switches. This
module allows intelligent panels to interface and monitor twowire conventional smoke detectors. It transmits the status (normal, open, or alarm) of one full zone of conventional detectors
back to the control panel. All two-wire detectors being monitored must be UL compatible with the module. The FZM-1(A)
can be used to replace MMX-2(A) modules in existing systems.

FZM-1(A) APPLICATIONS
The FMM-101(A) Mini Monitor Module can be installed in a
single-gang junction directly behind the monitored unit. Its
small size and light weight allow it to be installed without rigid
mounting. The FMM-101(A) is intended for use in intelligent,
two-wire systems where the individual address of each module
is selected using rotary switches. It provides a two-wire initiating device circuit for normally-open-contact fire alarm and
security devices. The FMM-101(A) can be used to replace
MMX-101(A) modules in existing systems.

FMM-101(A) APPLICATIONS
Use to monitor a single device or a zone of four-wire smoke
detectors, manual fire alarm pull stations, waterflow devices, or
other normally-open dry-contact devices. May also be used to
monitor normally-open supervisory devices with special supervisory indication at the control panel. Monitored circuit/device
is wired as an NFPA Style B (Class B) Initiating Device Circuit.
A 47K ohm End-of-Line Resistor (provided) terminates the circuit.

Use the FZM-1(A) to monitor a zone of two-wire smoke detectors. The monitored circuit may be wired as an NFPA Style B
(Class B) or Style D (Class A) Initiating Device Circuit. A 3.9 K
ohm End-of-Line Resistor (provided) terminates the end of the
Style B or D (class B or A) circuit (maximum IDC loop resistance is 25 ohms). Install ELR across terminals 8 and 9 for
Style D application.

FZM-1(A) OPERATION
Each FZM-1(A) uses one of the available module addresses
on an SLC loop. It responds to regular polls from the control
panel and reports its type and the status (open/normal/short)
of its Initiating Device Circuit (IDC). A flashing LED indicates
that the module is in communication with the control panel.
The LED latches steady on alarm (subject to current limitations on the loop).

FZM-1(A) SPECIFICATIONS
Nominal operating voltage: 15 to 32 VDC.

FMM-101(A) OPERATION

Maximum current draw: 5.1 mA (LED on).

Each FMM-101(A) uses one of the available module


addresses on an SLC loop. It responds to regular polls from
the control panel and reports its type and the status (open/normal/short) of its Initiating Device Circuit (IDC).

Maximum IDC wiring resistance: 25 ohms.

FMM-101(A) SPECIFICATIONS

External supply voltage (between Terminals T3 and T4):


DC voltage: 24 volts power limited. Ripple voltage: 0.1 Vrms
maximum. Current: 90 mA per module maximum.

Nominal operating voltage: 15 to 32 VDC.


Average operating current: 350 A, 1 communication every
5 seconds, 47k EOL; 600 A Max. (Communicating, IDC
Shorted).
Maximum IDC wiring resistance: 40 ohms.
Maximum IDC Voltage: 11 Volts.
Maximum IDC Current: 400 A.
EOL resistance: 47K ohms.
Temperature range: 32F to 120F (0C to 49C).
Humidity range: 10% to 93% noncondensing.
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Average operating current: 300 A, 1 communication and 1


LED flash every 5 seconds, 3.9k eol.
EOL resistance: 3.9K ohms.

Temperature range: 32F to 120F (0C to 49C).


Humidity range: 10% to 93% noncondensing.
Dimensions: 4.5" (11.43 cm) high x 4" (10.16 cm) wide x
1.25" (3.175 cm) deep. Mounts to a 4" (10.16 cm) square x
2.125" (5.398 cm) deep box.

FDM1(A) Dual Monitor Module


The FDM-1(A) Dual Monitor Module is intended for use in intelligent, two-wire systems. It provides two independent two-wire
initiating device circuits (IDCs) at two separate, consecutive
addresses. It is capable of monitoring normally open contact fire
alarm and supervisory devices; or either normally open or normally closed security devices. The module has a single panelcontrolled LED.
NOTE: The FDM-1(A) provides two Style B (Class B) IDC circuits
ONLY. Style D (Class A) IDC circuits are NOT supported in any
application.

161.002/23/3 (AFP-200: FMM-1/-101, FZM-1)


161.002/42/1 (NFS-640: FMM-1/-101)
Lloyds Register:
03/60011/E1 (FMM-1/-101, FZM-1)
94/60004/E2 (AFP-200: except FDM-1)
02/60007 (NFS-640: FDM-1)
FDNY: COA #6038 (NFS2-640, NFS-320), COA# 6058
(NFS2-3030)

Product Line Information

FDM-1(A) SPECIFICATIONS

NOTE: A suffix indicates ULC-listed model.

Normal operating voltage range: 15 to 32 VDC.

FMM-1(A): Monitor module.

Maximum current draw: 6.4 mA (LED on).

FMM-101(A): Monitor module, miniature.

Average operating current: 750 A (LED flashing).

FZM-1(A): Monitor module, two-wire detectors.

Maximum IDC wiring resistance: 1,500 ohms.

FDM-1(A): Monitor module, dual, two independent Class B circuits.

Maximum IDC Voltage: 11 Volts.


Maximum IDC Current: 240 A

SMB500: Optional surface-mount backbox.

EOL resistance: 47K ohms.

NOTE: See installation instructions and refer to the SLC Wiring


Manual, PN 51253.

Maximum SLC Wiring resistance: 40 Ohms.


Temperature range: 32 to 120F (0 to 49C).
Humidity range: 10% to 93% (non-condensing).
Dimensions: 4.5" (11.43 cm) high x 4" (10.16 cm) wide x
2.125" (5.398 cm) deep.

FDM-1(A) AUTOMATIC ADDRESSING


The FDM-1(A) automatically assigns itself to two addressable
points, starting with the original address. For example, if the
FDM-1(A) is set to address 26, then it will automatically
assign itself to addresses 26 and 27.
NOTE: Ones addresses on the FDM-1(A) are 0, 2, 4, 6, or 8 only.
Terminals 6 and 7 use the first address, and terminals 8 and 9 use
the second address.

CAUTION:
Avoid duplicating addresses on the system.

Installation
FMM-1(A), FZM-1(A), and FDM-1(A) modules mount directly
to a standard 4" (10.16 cm) square, 2.125" (5.398 cm) deep,
electrical box. They may also be mounted to the SMB500 surface-mount box. Mounting hardware and installation instructions are provided with each module. All wiring must conform
to applicable local codes, ordinances, and regulations. These
modules are intended for power-limited wiring only.
The FMM-101(A) module is intended to be wired and mounted
without rigid connections inside a standard electrical box. All
wiring must conform to applicable local codes, ordinances, and
regulations.

Agency Listings and Approvals


In some cases, certain modules may not be listed by certain
approval agencies, or listing may be in process. Consult factory for latest listing status.

UL: S635
ULC: S635
FM Approved
CSFM: 7300-0028:0219
MEA: 457-99-E
U.S. Coast Guard:
DN-6720:C 10/06/2010 Page 3 of 4

FlashScan and NOTIFIER are registered trademarks and FireWatch is


a trademark of Honeywell International Inc.
2010 by Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use
of this document is strictly prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Made in the U.S. A.

For more information, contact Notifier. Phone: (203) 484-7161, FAX: (203) 484-7118.
www.notifier.com
Page 4 of 4 DN-6720:C 10/06/2010

DN-6925:D H-354

XP6-MA(A)
Six Zone Interface Module
Intelligent/Addressable Devices

General
NOTIFIERs XP6-MA six-zone interface module provides an
interface between the intelligent alarm system and a two-wire
conventional detection zone. A common SLC input is used for
all modules, and the initiating device circuits share a common
external supervisory supply and ground. Otherwise, each
module operates independently from the others.
The first module is addressed from 01 to 154 while the remaining modules are automatically assigned to the next five higher
addresses. Provisions are included for disabling a maximum of
two unused modules. All two-wire detectors being monitored
must be two-wire-compatibility-listed with the modules. The
XP6-MA transmits the status of a zone of two-wire detectors to
the fire alarm control panel. Status conditions are reported as
normal, open, or alarm. The interface module supervises the
zone of detectors and the connection of the external power
supply.
Each XP6-MA module has panel-controlled bicolor LED indicators. The panel can cause the LEDs to blink, latch on, or
latch off.
6925xp6m.jpg

Features
Six addressable Class B or three addressable Class A initiating device circuits.
Removable 12 AWG (3.1 mm) to 18 AWG (0.78 mm) plugin terminal blocks.
Status indicators for each point.
Up to two unused addresses may be disabled.
Rotary address switches.
Class A or Class B operation.
FlashScan or CLIP operation.
Mount one or two modules in a BB-XP cabinet (optional).
Mount up to six modules on a CHS-6 chassis in a CAB-3
Series, CAB-4 Series, BB-25 cabinet (optional), or EQ Cabinet Series.
Mounting hardware included.

Specifications
Standby current: 2.0 mA (SLC current draw with all
addresses used; if some addresses are disabled, the standby
current decreases).
Alarm current: 40 mA (assumes all six LEDs solid ON).
Temperature range: 32F to 120F (0C to 49C).
Humidity: 10% to 85% noncondensing.
Dimensions: 6.8" (172.72 mm) high x 5.8" (147.32 mm) wide
x 1.25" (31.75 mm) deep.
Shipping weight: 1.1 lb. (0.499 kg) including packaging.
Mounting options: CHS-6 chassis, BB-XP cabinet, BB-25
cabinet, CAB-3 Series cabinet (see DN-3549), CAB-4 Series
cabinet (see DN-6857), or EQ series cabinet (see DN-60262).
Wire gauge: 12 AWG (3.1 mm) to 18 AWG (0.78 mm).
XP6-MA is shipped in Class B position: Remove shunt for
Class A operation.

Maximum SLC wiring resistance: 40 or 50 ohms, panel


dependent.
Maximum IDC wiring resistance: 25 ohms.
External supply voltage: DC voltage: 18 28 volts powerlimited. Ripple voltage: 0.1 Vrms maximum. External supply
current: 90 mA maximum per address in alarm. In Class B
operation, 540 mA maximum for all six addresses in alarm. In
Class A operation, 270 mA maximum for all three addresses in
alarm.
Compatible detectors: See the Notifier Device Compatibility
Document.

Agency Listings and Approvals


These listings and approvals apply to the modules specified in
this document. In some cases, certain modules or applications
may not be listed by certain approval agencies, or listing may
be in process. Consult factory for latest listing status.

UL Listed: S635 (XP6-MA).


ULC Listed: S635 (XP6-MAA).
MEA Listed: 386-02-E.
CSFM: 7300-0028:0219, 7165-0028:0243.
FM Approved.
FDNY: COA#6085, #6121.
City of Chicago.
City of Denver.

Product Line Information


XP6-MA: Six-zone conventional-detector interface module.
XP6-MAA: Same as above with ULC Listing.

DN-6925:D 05/16/2013 Page 1 of 2

BB-XP: Optional cabinet for one or two modules. Dimensions,


DOOR: 9.234" (23.454 cm) wide (9.484" [24.089 cm] including
hinges), x 12.218" (31.0337 cm) high, x 0.672" (1.7068 cm)
deep; BACKBOX: 9.0" (22.860 cm) wide (9.25" [23.495 cm]
including hinges), x 12.0" (30.480 cm) high x 2.75" (6.985 cm);
CHASSIS (installed): 7.150" (18.161 cm) wide overall x 7.312"
(18.5725 cm) high interior overall x 2.156" (5.4762 cm) deep
overall.
BB-25: Optional cabinet for up to six modules mounted on
CHS-6 chassis (below). Dimensions, DOOR: 24.0" (60.96 cm)
wide x 12.632" (32.0852 cm) high, x 1.25" (3.175 cm) deep,
hinged at bottom; BACKBOX: 24.0" (60.96 cm) wide x 12.550"
(31.877 cm) high x 5.218" (13.2537 cm) deep.
CHS-6: Chassis, mounts up to six modules in a CAB-3 Series
(see DN-3549) CAB-4 Series (see DN-6857) cabinet, EQ Cabinet Series (see DN-60229), or BB-25.

NOTIFIER and FlashScan are registered trademarks of Honeywell


International Inc.
2013 by Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use
of this document is strictly prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Made in the U.S. A.

For more information, contact Notifier. Phone: (203) 484-7161, FAX: (203) 484-7118.
www.notifier.com
Page 2 of 2 DN-6925:D 05/16/2013

DN-7087:C1

SpectrAlert Advance
Selectable Output
Notification Appliances
Audio/Visual Devices

Finally, attach the horn, strobe, or horn/strobe to the mounting


plate by inserting the products tabs in the mounting plates
grooves. The device will rotate into position, locking the products pins into the mounting plates terminals. The device will
temporarily hold in place with a catch until it is secured with a
captured mounting screw.

Indoor Wall
Horn/Strobe

SpectrAlert Advance products allow you to choose:


12 or 24 volts.
15, 15/75, 30, 75, 95, 110, 115, 135, 150, 177, or 185 candela by way of a rear-mounted slide switch and front viewing window.
Horn tones and volume by way of a rotary switch.
The SpectrAlert Advance series includes outdoor notification appliances. Outdoor strobes and horn/strobes (twowire and four-wire) are available for wall or ceiling. Outdoor
horns are available for wall only. All System Sensor outdoor
products are rated between 40F and 151F (40C and
66C) in wet or dry applications.
Models available:
Indoor wall-mount: horn, strobe, 2-wire horn/strobe, 4-wire
horn/strobe.
Indoor ceiling-mount: strobe, 2-wire horn/strobe, 4-wire
horn/strobe.
Outdoor wall-mount: horn, strobe, 2-wire horn/strobe, 4wire horn/strobe.
Outdoor ceiling-mount: strobe, 2-wire horn/strobe, 4-wire
horn/strobe.

Features
Plug-in design.
Same mounting plate for wall- and ceiling-mount units.
Shorting spring on mounting plate for continuity check
before installation.
Captive mounting screw.
Tamper-resistance capability.
Field-selectable candela settings on wall and ceiling units:
15, 15/75, 30, 75, 95, 110, 115, 135, 150, 177, 185.
Automatic selection of 12 or 24 volt operation at 15 and 15/
75 candela.
Outdoor wall and ceiling products.

7087pho4.jpg

Indoor Ceiling
Strobe

7087pho5.jpg

Then, connect the notification appliance circuit wiring to the


SEMS terminals on the mounting plate.

7087pho3.jpg

More specifically, when installing Advance products, first


attach a universal mounting plate to a four-inch square, fourinch octagon, or double-gang junction box. The two-wire
mounting plate attaches to a single-gang junction box.

Outdoor Ceiling
Strobe

7087pho2.jpg

Indoor Ceiling
Horn/Strobe

Indoor Wall
Horn

7087pho6.jpg

System Sensor SpectrAlert Advance selectable-output


horns, strobes and horn/strobes are rich with features guaranteed to cut installation times and maximize profits. The SpectrAlert Advance series of notification appliances is designed to
simplify your installations, with features such as: plug-in
designs, instant feedback messages to ensure correct installation of individual devices, and eleven field-selectable candela
settings for wall and ceiling strobes and horn/strobes.

7087pho1.jpg

General

Outdoor Wall
Strobe

Outdoor products rated from 40F and 151F (40C and


66C).
Outdoor products rainproof per UL50 (NEMA 3R) and
weatherproof per NEMA 4X, IP56
Minimal intrusion into the backbox.
Horn rated at 88+ dbA at 16 volts.
Rotary switch for tone selection.
Three horn volume settings.
Electrically compatible with existing SpectrAlert products.

Engineering Specifications
SpectrAlert Advance horns, strobes, and horn/strobes shall
mount to a standard 4.0" x 4.0" x 1.5" (10.16 x 10.16 x 3.81
cm) backbox, 4.0" (10.16 cm) octagonal backbox, or a doublegang backbox. Two-wire products shall also mount to a singlegang 2.0" x 4.0" x 1.875" (5.08 x 10.16 x 4.763 cm) backbox. A
universal mounting plate shall be used for mounting ceiling
and wall products. The notification appliance circuit wiring
shall terminate at the universal mounting plate. Also, SpectrAlert Advance products, when used with the SyncCircuit
Module accessory, shall be powered from a non-coded notification appliance circuit output and shall operate on a nominal
12 or 24 volts. When used with the SyncCircuit Module, 12volt rated notification appliance circuit outputs shall operate
between 9 and 17.5 volts; 24-volt rated notification appliance
circuit outputs shall operate between 17 and 33 volts. Indoor
SpectrAlert Advance products shall operate between 32F and
120F (0C and 49C) from a regulated DC, or full-wave-rectified, unfiltered power supply. Strobes and horn/strobes shall
have field-selectable candela settings including 15, 15/75, 30,
75, 95, 110, 115, 135, 150, 177, 185.

DN-7087:C1 11/9/11 Page 1 of 4

STROBE

Operating Specifications

The strobe shall be a System Sensor SpectrAlert Advance


Model _______ listed to UL 1971 and shall be approved for fire
protective service. The strobe shall be wired as a primary-signaling notification appliance and comply with the Americans
with Disabilities Act requirements for visible signaling appliances, flashing at 1 Hz over the strobes entire operating voltage range. The strobe light shall consist of a xenon flash tube
and associated lens/reflector system.

Standard operating temperature: 32F to 120F (0C to


49C).
K Series operating temperature: 40F to 151F (40C
to 66C).
Humidity range: 10% to 93% non-condensing (indoor
products).
Strobe flash rate: 1 flash per second.
Nominal voltage: regulated 12 VDC/FWR or regulated 24
VDC/FWR. NOTE: Full Wave Rectified (FWR) voltage is a
non-regulated, time-varying power source that is used on
some power supply and panel outputs.
Operating voltage range: 8 V to 17.5 V (12 V nominal); or
16 V to 33 V (24 V nominal). NOTE: P, S, PC, and SC products will operate at 12 V nominal only for 15 cd and 15/75
cd.
Input terminal wire gauge: 12 to 18 AWG (3.31 to 0.821
mm).
Ceiling-mount dimensions (including lens): 6.8" diameter x 2.5" deep (17.3 cm diameter x 6.4 cm deep).
Wall-mount dimensions (including lens): 5.6" H x 4.7" W
x 2.5" D (14.2 cm H x 11.9 cm W x 6.4 cm D).
Horn dimensions: 5.6" H x 4.7" W x 1.3" D (14.2 cm H x
11.9 cm W x 3.3 cm D).

HORN/STROBE COMBINATION
The horn/strobe shall be a System Sensor SpectrAlert
Advance Model _______ listed to UL 1971 and UL 464 and
shall be approved for fire protective service. The horn/strobe
shall be wired as a primary-signaling notification appliance
and comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements for visible signaling appliances, flashing at 1 Hz over the
strobes entire operating voltage range. The strobe light shall
consist of a xenon flash tube and associated lens/reflector system. The horn shall have three audibility options and an option
to switch between a Temporal 3 pattern and a Non-Temporal
(continuous) pattern. These options are set by a multiple position switch. On four-wire products, the strobe shall be powered
independently of the sounder. The horn on horn/strobe models
shall operate on a coded or non-coded power supply.

OUTDOOR PRODUCTS
SpectrAlert Advance outdoor horns, strobes and horn/strobes
shall be listed for outdoor use by UL and shall operate
between 40F and 151F (40C and 66C). The products
shall be listed for use with a System Sensor outdoor/weatherproof backbox with half-inch and three-fourths-inch conduit
entries.

SYNCHRONIZATION MODULE
The module shall be a System Sensor SyncCircuit MDL3R or
MDL3W listed to UL 464 and shall be approved for fire protective service. The module shall synchronize SpectrAlert strobes
at 1 Hz and horns at Temporal 3. Also, while operating the
strobes, the module shall silence the horns on horn/strobe
models over a single pair of wires. The module shall mount to
a 4.688" x 4.688" x 2.125" (11.906 x 11.906 x 5.398 cm) backbox. The module shall also control two Style Y (class B) circuits or one Style Z (Class A) circuit. The module shall
synchronize multiple zones. Daisy-chaining two or more synchronization modules together will synchronize all the zones
they control. The module shall not operate on a coded power
supply.

15
Standard
Candela
Range

High
Candela
Range

8 17.5 V
DC

FWR

The listings and approvals below apply to SpectrAlert Advance


Selectable Output Notification Devices. In some cases, certain
modules may not be listed by certain approval agencies, or
listing may be in process. Consult factory for latest listing status.
UL Listed: S4011 (HR__, HW__, P2__, P4__, PC2__,
PC4__ models); S5512 (models SCR, SCRH, SCW,
SCWH, SR, SRH, SW, SWH); S3593 (SCRHK, SCRK,
SRHK, SRK).
ULC Listed: S4011 (HRA, HRKA); S5512 (typically A
models, with exception of outdoor strobes). See Canadian
data sheet for listings and specifications.
FM approved
MEA: 452-05-E
CSFM: 7125-1653:0186 (SCR, SCRH, SCW, SCWH, SR,
SRH, SW, SWH); 7300-1653:0188 (P2_, P4_, PC2_, PC4_
modules); 7135-1653:0189 (HR, HRK, HW); 73001653:0187 (SCRHK, SCRK, SRHK, SRK).

Horn Current Draw,


UL Maximum (mA RMS)

Strobe Current Draw,


UL Maximum (mA RMS)
Candela

Agency Listings and Approvals

16 33 V
DC

FWR

Sound
Pattern

dB

8 17.5 V
DC

FWR

16 33 V
DC

FWR

123

128

66

71

Temporal

High

15/75 142

148

77

81

Temporal

Medium

44

49

58

69

30

NA

N/A

94

96

Temporal

Low

38

44

44

48

75

NA

NA

158

153

Non-temporal

High

57

56

69

75

95

NA

NA

181

176

Non-temporal

Medium

42

50

60

69

110

NA

NA

202

195

Non-temporal

Low

41

44

50

50

115

NA

NA

210

205

Coded

High

57

55

69

75

135

NA

NA

228

207

Coded

Medium

44

51

56

69

150

NA

NA

246

220

Coded

Low

40

46

52

50

177

NA

NA

281

251

185

NA

NA

286

258

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57

55

69

75

Horn and Horn/Strobe Output (dBA)

Horn and Horn/Strobe


Rotary Switch Setting
Setting

Repetition Rate

Temporal horn

Switch
Position

dB Level

8 17.5 V

Sound
Pattern

dB

FW
R

DC

High

16 33 V
DC

FW
R

Temporal horn

Medium

Temporal

High

78

78

84

84

Temporal horn

Low

Temporal

Medium

74

74

80

80

Normal horn

High

Temporal

Low

71

73

76

76

Normal horn

Medium

Non-temporal

High

82

82

88

88

Normal horn

Low

Non-temporal

Medium

78

78

85

85

7*

Externally coded

High

Non-temporal

Low

75

75

81

81

8*

Externally coded

Medium

7*

Coded

High

82

82

88

88

9*

Externally coded

Low

8*

Coded

Medium

78

78

85

85

9*

Coded

Low

75

75

81

81

*NOTE: Settings 7, 8, and 9 are not available


on 2-wire horn/strobe.

*NOTE: Settings 7, 8, and 9 are not available on 2-wire horn/strobe.

Two-Wire Horn/Strobe, STANDARD Candela Range (15 115 cd),


UL Maximum Current Draw (mA RMS)
8 17.5 V

Input, Sound Pattern, dB


Level

15

15/75

16 33 V
15

15/75

30

75

95

110

115

DC Input, Temporal, High

137

147

79

90

107

176

194

212

218

DC Input, Temporal, Medium

132

144

69

80

97

157

182

201

210

DC Input, Temporal, Low

132

143

66

77

93

154

179

198

207

DC Input, Non-temporal, High

141

152

91

100

116

176

201

221

229

DC Input, Non-temporal, Medium

133

145

75

85

102

163

187

207

216

DC Input, Non-temporal, Low

131

144

68

79

96

156

182

201

210

FWR Input, Temporal, High

136

155

88

97

112

168

190

210

218

FWR Input, Temporal, Medium

129

152

78

88

103

160

184

202

206

FWR Input, Temporal, Low

129

151

76

86

101

160

184

194

201

FWR Input, Non-temporal, High

142

161

103

112

126

181

203

221

229

FWR Input, Non-temporal, Medium 134

155

85

95

110

166

189

208

216

FWR Input, Non-temporal, Low

154

80

90

105

161

184

202

211

132

Two-Wire Horn/Strobe, HIGH Candela Range (135 185 cd),


UL Maximum Current Draw (mA RMS)
16 33 V

DC Input

135 150 177 185

16 33 V

FWR Input

135 150 177 185

DC, Temporal, High

245

259

290

297

FWR, Temporal, High

215

231

258

265

DC, Temporal, Medium

235

253

288

297

FWR, Temporal, Medium

209

224

250

258

DC, Temporal, Low

232

251

282

292

FWR, Temporal, Low

207

221

248

256

DC, Non-temporal, High

255

270

303

309

FWR, Non-temporal, High

233

248

275

281

DC, Non-temporal, Medium

242

259

293

299

FWR, Non-temporal, Medium

219

232

262

267

DC, Non-temporal, Low

238

254

291

295

FWR, Non-temporal, Low

214

229

256

262

7087dim12009.tif

4.7

6.8

2.5

5.6

2.5

DN-7087:C1 11/9/11 Page 3 of 4

Ordering Information
Model

Description

Model

Description

WALL HORN/STROBES

CEILING HORN/STROBES

P2R

2-wire horn/strobe, standard cd, red.

PC2R

2-wire horn/strobe, standard cd, red.

P2RH

2-wire horn/strobe, high cd, red.

PC2RH

2-wire horn/strobe, high cd, red.

P2RK

2-wire horn/strobe, standard cd, red, outdoor.

PC2RK

2-wire horn/strobe, standard cd, red, outdoor.

P2RHK

2-wire horn/strobe, high cd, red, outdoor.

PC2RHK

2-wire horn/strobe, high cd, red, outdoor.

P2W

2-wire horn/strobe, standard cd, white.

PC2W

2-wire horn/strobe, standard cd, white.

P2WH

2-wire horn/strobe, high cd, white.

PC2WH

2-wire horn/strobe, high cd, white.

P4R

4-wire horn/strobe, standard cd, red.

PC4R

4-wire horn/strobe, standard cd, red.

P4RH

4-wire horn/strobe, high cd, red.

PC4RH

4-wire horn/strobe, high cd, red.

P4RK

4-wire horn/strobe, standard cd, red, outdoor.

PC4RK

4-wire horn/strobe, standard cd, red, outdoor.

P4RHK

4-wire horn/strobe, high cd, red, outdoor.

PC4RHK

4-wire horn/strobe, high cd, red, outdoor.

P4W

4-wire horn/strobe, standard cd, white.

PC4W

4-wire horn/strobe, standard cd, white.

P4WH

4-wire horn/strobe, high cd, white.

PC4WH

4-wire horn/strobe, high cd, white.

WALL STROBES

CEILING STROBES

SR

Strobe, standard cd, red.

SCR

Strobe, standard cd, red.

SRH

Strobe, high cd, red.

SCRH

Strobe, high cd, red.

SRK

Strobe, standard cd, red, outdoor.

SCRK

Strobe, standard cd, red, outdoor.

SRHK

Strobe, high cd, red, outdoor.

SCRHK

Strobe, high cd, red, outdoor.

SW

Strobe, standard cd, white.

SCW

Strobe, standard cd, white.

SWH

Strobe, high cd, white.

SCWH

Strobe, high cd, white.

ACCESSORIES

HORNS

BBS-2A

Backbox skirt, wall, red.

HR

Horn, red.

BBSW-2A

Backbox skirt, wall, white.

HRK

Horn, red, outdoor.

BBSC-2A

Backbox skirt, ceiling, red.

HW

Horn, white.

BBSCW-2A

Backbox skirt, ceiling, white.

ACCESSORIES, continued

SA-WBB

Weatherproof backbox, wall.

TR-HS

Trim Ring, wall, red, package of 5

SA-WBBC

Weatherproof backbox, ceiling.

TRW-HS

Trim Ring, wall, white, package of 5

WTP

Weatherproof, flush mount plate, red

TRC-HS

Trim Ring, ceiling, red, package of 5

WTPW

Weatherproof, flush mount plate, white

TRCW-HS

Trim Ring, ceiling, white, package of 5

NOTE: High cd refers to strobes that include 135, 150, 177, and 185 candela settings. Standard cd refers to strobes that
include 15, 15/75, 30, 75, 95, 110, and 115 candela settings.
NOTE: For strobes and horn/strobes, add suffix F for French or B for Bilingual.
NOTE: All outdoor models (K(A) suffix) include a plastic weatherproof backbox.
NOTE: Add -R to models for weatherproof replacement device (no back box included). Only for use with weatherproof outdoor
flush mounting plate, WTP and WTPW.
NOTE: Add P to model for plain housing. (No FIRE marking on cover.)

SyncCircuit is a trademark and NOTIFIER and SpectrAlert are


registered trademarks of Honeywell International Inc.
2011 by Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use
of this document is strictly prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
For more information, contact Notifier. Phone: (203) 484-7161, FAX: (203) 484-7118.
www.notifier.com
Page 4 of 4 DN-7087:C1 11/9/11

The BB-XP Cabinet is hinged on the left, and is


shipped assembled with a chassis installed. Below
are the cabinet dimensions for installation.

BB-XP Cabinet
50897
Revision B

11/09/01
ECN 01-488

Cabinet Door

3.00
76.20

BBXP.wmf

Cabinet

Document 50897:B 11/09/01

www.PDF-Zoo.com

DN-60410:C E-122

APS2-6R
6.0 Amp Auxiliary Power Supply
Power Supplies

General
The APS2-6R is a state-of-the-art, 150 watt, switching auxiliary power supply providing 24 VDC of filtered DC power. The
APS2-6R provides three 24 VDC output circuits, rated for 6.0
Amps in alarm and 4.0 Amps continuous. It is used for the
operation of peripheral devices for the Onyx Series control
panels.
NOTE: The APS2-6R can also be used with Legacy panels.
Please refer to the APS2-6R manual for more information.

UL 864 Ninth Edition compliant


Lightweight, compact design
120 or 220/240 VAC (@ 50/60 Hz) versions
Output circuits with overload protection
Built-in brown-out circuitry
Diagnostic trouble LED
Plug-in connector for in-cabinet applications and screw terminals for remote device applications
Trouble supervision bus
Shares battery and charger circuit with control panel
Power-limited design, per UL requirements
AC Fail supervision and reporting with field-selectable delay
per UL 864
Heavy-duty clamp-type terminals accept up to 12 AWG
(3.1 mm) wire
Battery voltage supervision
Low battery disconnect
Mounts in a standard CAB-3/CAB-4 Series cabinet.

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Features

NOTE: J3 and J4 can be interchanged.

Loss of AC indication: Immediate indication (default); 1-2


hour delay (cut JP2); 2-3 hour delay (cut JP2 and JP3).

MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS
The APS2-6R measures approximately 8.625" (21.91 cm) x
6.625" (16.83 cm) x 2.375 (6.03 cm) and weighs approximately 2 lbs (0.91kg).

Cabinet for Mounting


CAB-3/CAB-4 Series: Use CHS-4 and CHS-4L chassis, for
NFS2-3030, NFS2-640, AM2020, AFP1010, NFS-3030, NFS640, AFP-400, AFP-300, and System 5000, control panels.

Construction and Operation

Product Line Information

When used with the CAB-3 or CAB-4 Series (CAB-A3/-A4, B3/-B4, -C3/-C4, or -D3/-D4), the APS2-6R mounts to a
CHS-4 or CHS-4L mounting chassis. If more than one APS26R is necessary to satisfy Audible/Visual (DC) power requirements, connect additional APS2-6R power supplies together
as described in the Installation Instruction Manual #53232.

APS2-6R: 24-volt, filtered power supply (120 VAC input).


APS2-6RE: 24-volt, filtered power supply (220-240 VAC input)
EOLR-1: 12/24 VDC end-of-line relay.
CHS-4: Four-module chassis.
CHS-4L: Four-module chassis (low-profile).

Specifications

R-47K: End of Line Resistor Assembly

ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Installation Standards and Codes

AC primary input power (TB1): APS2-6R: 120 VAC, 50/60


Hz, 2.9 A., APS2-6RE : 220-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 1.5 A.
DC secondary input power (TB3): TB3-1 (+), TB3-2 ().
24 VDC output power (TB2): Total 6.0 A (4.0 A continuous).
Circuit 1 (TB2-1, TB2-2): 3.0 A @ 24 VDC power-limited. Circuit 2 (TB2-3, TB2-4): 3.0 A @ 24 VDC power-limited.
24 VDC output power (J9): 6.0 A (4.0 A continuous), NonPower Limted.
Relay Contacts (TB4): AC Fail supervision over the SLC.
Fuse: (F2 battery supervision): 32 VAC, 10.0 A, Fast-Acting
Automotive Minifuse.
Trouble supervision bus: J3 output: Form-A contact (open
collector). J4 input: Form-A contact (open collector).

This power supply complies with the standards set forth by the
following regulatory agencies:
NFPA Standards
NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm Code
Underwriters Laboratories:
UL 864 Standard for Control Units and Accessories for Fire
Alarm Systems
In addition, the installer should be familiar with the following
standards:
NEC Article 300 Wiring Methods
Applicable Local and State Building Codes
Requirements of the Local Authority Having Jurisdiction
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Agency Listings and Approvals


The listings and approvals below apply to the basic APS2-6R.
In some cases, certain modules may not be listed by certain
approval agencies, or listing may be in process. Consult factory for latest listing status.

UL-Listed: S635
FM approved
CSFM: 7315-0028:248
FDNY: COA#6028

NOTIFIER is a registered trademark of Honeywell International Inc.


2009 by Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use
of this document is strictly prohibited.

This document is not intended to be used for installation purposes.


We try to keep our product information up-to-date and accurate.
We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Made in the U.S. A.

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SPECIFICATION DATA

Det-Tronics SmokeWatch
Explosion Proof Smoke Detector
U5015

DESCRIPTION

HIGHLIGHTS

The Det-Tronics SmokeWatch U5015 Explosion Proof


Smoke Detector has Division and Zone explosion-proof ratings
and is suitable for industrial and commercial applications. The
SmokeWatch smoke detector is designed to operate effectively
with smoldering and rapidly growing fires and contains the ability
to annunciate fault ensuring no undisclosed failures. The U5015
Smoke Detector outputs include 0-20 mA, a localized LED, and
relays.

U5015 TECHNOLOGY FEATURES

Typical applications that use the U5015 include:

Combustible storage facilities


Munitions manufacturing
Volatile chemical storage
Chemical processing plants
Petroleum refineries
Turbine enclosures
Battery rooms
HVAC applications

FM Approved for use in Class I, Division 1, and Zone 1 hazardous


locations

FM Approved for smoke detection performance

IECEx Zone approved

Trouble-free photoelectric operation

0-20 mA output for DCS integration

Self-checking circuitry ensures reliable smoke detection

Alarm, Auxiliary, and Fault relays for controlling annunciating devices


or fire panel interface

LED provides a visual indication that an alarm has occurred

IP44 ingress protection level suitable for onshore or offshore


requirements

BENEFITS

The hot-swappable sensor module is intrinsically safe and allows


live maintenance while under power, without de-classifying the
hazardous area. The integrated junction box is available in a
variety of port configurations for simplified wiring and installation.
See Figure 1 for all the U5015 Smoke Detector components.

1.2

Ideally suited for classified areas in the petrochemical, oil, and gas
industry

DCS, PLC, integration with milliamp, or relay outputs

Rugged design for environmental extremes

Visual confirmation of detector alarm

Detects smoldering fires

No undisclosed failures

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SPECIFICATIONS
Thread Options

Operating Temperature

12-30 Vdc (24 Vdc nominal).

Power Consumption

3.5 watts maximum (2.75 watts at 24 Vdc).

Output Relays

Smoke alarm relay, Form C, 5 amperes at 30 Vdc:


The smoke alarm relay has normally open/normally
closed contacts and normally de-energized operation.

Fault relay, Form A, 5 amperes at 30 Vdc:


The fault relay has normally open contacts and normally energized operation.

Auxiliary relay, Form C, 5 amperes at 30 Vdc:


The auxiliary relay has normally open/normally closed
contacts and normally de-energized operation.

Temperature Range

Operating:
Storage:

Humidity Range

5 to 95% relative humidity.

Ingress Protection

IP44 (Applicable to ceiling mount only).

Current Output

0-20 mA (0.3 mA) dc current, with maximum


loop resistance of 300 ohms from 12-17.9 Vdc,
500 ohms from 18 to 19.9 Vdc, and 600 ohms
from 20-30 Vdc.

20C to +65C (4F to +149F)


55C to +70C (67F to +158F ).

UL/CSA rated for 14-18 AWG or 2.5-0.75 mm2


wire.

Terminals

3/4 inch NPT or M25


Multi-port models available.

Enclosure Material
Polycarbonate / ABS - Smoke Detector
Copper-free aluminum (painted) - Junction Box.
Shipping Weight (Approximate)

7.85 lbs (3.56 kg).

Warranty Period
1 year.
Dimensions

See Figure 2.

Certification

Class 1 Div 1 Groups B, C, D T4


Class 1 Div 2 Groups A, B, C, D T4
Class 1 Zone 1 AEX db ia IIC T4 Gb
Tamb 20C to +65C
IP44.

IECEx FMG15.0014X
Ex db ia IIC T4 Gb
Tamb 20C to +65C
IP44.

LED

I.S. SENSOR MODULE

7.55 (19.18)

RETAINING RING

4.99 (12.67)

JUNCTION BOX

A2680

A2679

Figure 1U5015 Components

Specifications subject to change without notice.


All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
2015 Detector Electronics Corporation. All rights reserved.

Figure 2U5015 Dimensions in Inches (cm)

Corporate Office
6901 West 110th Street | Minneapolis, MN 55438 USA
Phone: 952.941.5665 or 800.468.3244
Customer Service: 952.946.6491 or 800.765.3473
www.det-tronics.com | Email: det-tronics@det-tronics.com

Instructions
Det-Tronics SmokeWatch Explosion Proof Smoke Detector
U5015

2.3

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95-8723

Table of Contents
OVERVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
FEATURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
BENEFITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Warm Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Integral Wiring Compartment . . . . . . . . . . .
LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Latching . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Non-Latching . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Continuous Self-Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Manual Self-Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTES . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Grease / Lubrication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Identification of Detector Mounting
Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Protection Against Moisture Damage . . . .
Power Supply Requirements . . . . . . . . . . .
Transport Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting Location Options . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mount the Detector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring Cable Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . .
Jumper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wiring Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5
5
5
6
6
6
6
7
7
7
8

MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Routine Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
DEVICE REPAIR AND RETURN . . . . . . . . . 13
ORDERING INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Spare Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
U5015 Model Matrix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

13
13
13
13

APPENDIX A FM APPROVAL
DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
APPENDIX B IECEx APPROVAL
DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

INSTRUCTIONS
Det-Tronics SmokeWatch
Explosion Proof Smoke Detector
U5015
WARNING
Be sure to read and understand the entire
instruction manual before installing or
operating the smoke detection system. Any
deviation from the recommendations in this
manual may impair system performance
and compromise safety.

OVERVIEW
The Det-Tronics SmokeWatch U5015 Explosion
Proof Smoke Detector has Division and Zone
explosion-proof ratings and is suitable for industrial
and commercial applications. The detector is
designed to operate effectively with smoldering
and rapidly growing fires and contains the ability to
annunciate fault ensuring no undisclosed failures.
The SmokeWatch U5015 Smoke Detector outputs
include 0-20 mA, a localized LED, and relays.

FEATURES
FM Approved for use in Class I, Division 1
hazardous locations
FM Approved for smoke detection performance
IECEx Zone approved
Trouble-free photoelectric operation
0-20 mA output for DCS integration
Self-checking circuitry ensures reliable smoke
detection
Alarm, Auxiliary, and Fault relays for controlling
annunciating devices or fire panel interface
LED provides a visual indication that an alarm
has occurred
IP44 ingress protection level suitable for
onshore or offshore requirements

Typical applications that use the U5015 include:

Combustible storage facilities


Munitions manufacturing
Volatile chemical storage
Chemical processing plants
Petroleum refineries
Turbine enclosures
Battery rooms
HVAC applications

The hot-swappable sensor module is intrinsically


safe and allows live maintenance while under
power, without de-classifying the hazardous area.
The integrated junction box is available in a
variety of port configurations for simplified wiring
and installation. See Figure 1 for all the U5015
Smoke Detector components.

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Detector Electronics Corporation 2015

BENEFITS
Ideally suited for classified areas in the
petrochemical, oil, and gas industry
DCS, PLC, integration with milliamp or relay
outputs
Rugged design for environmental extremes
Visual confirmation of detector alarm
Detects smoldering fires
No undisclosed failures

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95-8723

LED

I.S. SENSOR MODULE

RETAINING RING

JUNCTION BOX

A2679

Figure1U5015 Components

SPECIFICATIONS

CURRENT OUTPUT
0-20 mA (0.3 mA) dc current, with maximum
loop resistance of 300 ohms from 12-17.9 Vdc,
500 ohms from 18 to 19.9 Vdc, and 600 ohms
from 20-30 Vdc.

OPERATING VOLTAGE
12-30 Vdc (24 Vdc nominal)
POWER CONSUMPTION
3.5 watts maximum (2.75 watts at 24 Vdc)

TERMINALS
UL/CSA rated for 14-18 AWG or 2.5-0.75 mm2 wire.

OUTPUT RELAYS
Smoke alarm relay, Form C, 5 amperes at 30 Vdc:
The smoke alarm relay has normally open/
normally closed contacts and normally deenergized operation.

THREAD OPTIONS
3/4 inch NPT or M25.
Multi-port models available.
ENCLOSURE MATERIAL
Polycarbonate / ABS - Smoke Detector
Copper-free aluminum (painted) - Junction Box

Fault relay, Form A, 5 amperes at 30 Vdc:


The fault relay has normally open contacts and
normally energized operation.

SHIPPING WEIGHT (Approximate)


7.85 lbs (3.56 kg).

Auxiliary relay, Form C, 5 amperes at 30 Vdc:


The auxiliary relay has normally open/normally
closed contacts and normally de-energized
operation.

WARRANTY PERIOD
1 year.

TEMPERATURE RANGE
Operating: 20C to +65C (4F to +149F)
Storage:
55C to +70C (67F to +158F ).

DIMENSIONS
See Figure 2.
CERTIFICATION
For complete approval details, refer to the
appropriate Appendix:

HUMIDITY RANGE
5 to 95% relative humidity.
INGRESS PROTECTION
IP44
Note: Applicable to ceiling mount only

Appendix A - FM
Appendix B - IECEx
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The smoke alarm relay has a single set of


terminals and normally open / normally closed
contacts, and normally de-energized operation.
The fault relay has a single set of terminals
and normally open contacts, and normally
energized operation.

7.55 (19.18)

The auxiliary relay has a single set of terminals


and normally open / normally closed contacts,
and normally de-energized operation.
IMPORTANT
The auxiliary relay functions as pre-alarm.
0 to 20 mA Output
This U5015 provides a 0 to 20 mA dc current for
transmitting detector status information to other
devices. The circuit is wired in a non-isolated
configuration and can drive a maximum loop
resistance of 300 ohms from 12 to 17.9 Vdc, 500
ohms from 18 to 19.9 Vdc, and 600 ohms from
20 to 30 Vdc. Table 1 defines the current levels
and corresponding detector status. The output
is calibrated at the factory, with no need for field
calibration.

4.99 (12.67)

A2680

Figure2U5015 Dimensions in Inches (cm)

OPERATION

Table1Detector Status Conditions Indicated by Current Level

WARM UP

Current Level (0.3 mA)

When the detector is initially powered up, a warmup period of one two seconds is allotted for
internal checks and communication. During this
time, the LED is off and the current level is 3 mA.
After the checks are completed, normal operation
will be indicated by the LED flashing every four
seconds (current level is 4 mA).
If the detector is unable to reach the normal
operating mode, the warm-up period may extend
to five seconds, followed by a critical fault or an
advisory fault (see Table 1 for all current levels).
If the problem persists, check for any loose wiring
connections, ensure that the voltage supply is
sufficient, and cycle power if necessary.

Power Fault

1 mA

Critical Fault

3 mA

Warm up

4 mA

Normal

6 mA

Advisory Fault

16 mA

Pre-Alarm

20 mA

Smoke Alarm

NOTE
The output of the 0 to 20 mA current loop
is monitored by the fault detection circuitry
of the U5015. Therefore, an open circuit on
the loop will cause the fault relay to change
state.
An alarm will normally over-ride a fault, unless
the nature of the fault impairs the ability of
the detector to generate or maintain an alarm
output (i.e., loss of operating power).

OUTPUTS
Relays
The U5015 detector is furnished with smoke
alarm, fault, and auxiliary relays. All three relays
are rated to 5 amperes at 30 Vdc.

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Detector Status

0 mA

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INTEGRAL WIRING COMPARTMENT

CONTINUOUS SELF-TEST

All external wiring to the device is connected


within the integral junction box. The detector is
furnished with a maximum of four conduit entries,
with either 3/4 inch NPT or M25 threads.

During normal operation, the detector performs


the Self-Test function automatically in the
background once per second. During the test,
detection is not interrupted and no indication is
given if the test passed. If the test fails, a critical
fault will occur. If degradation is present and
approaching critical levels, an advisory fault will
occur.

LED
An LED, located on the detector (see Figure 1),
indicates normal operation and notifies personnel
of an alarm. Table2 indicates the condition of the
LED for each status.

MANUAL SELF-TEST
The Manual Self-Test function will immediately
check the smoke chamber optics for degradation.
Once initiated, there will be a one second delay
before the result of the check is active. If there is a
failure, the LED will shut off immediately after the
one second test and a critical fault will occur. If the
test passes, an alarm will be annunciated while
the LED remains active.

Table2Detector Status Indicator

Detector Status

LED Indicator

Power On /
Normal Operation

Steady Off
1 blink on every 4 seconds

Alarm

Steady On

For a latching detector, the alarm will continue


until power is cycled to the unit. If the test passes,
but there is degradation present and approaching
critical levels, an advisory fault will occur. For a
non-latching detector the alarm will clear after 10
seconds.

LATCHING
A detector configured for latching operation will
remain in an alarm state indefinitely, after an alarm
occurs.

Magnetic Switch

NON-LATCHING

The magnetic switch is used to initiate the Manual


Self-Test (see Figure 3). Apply the magnet to the
exterior housing and the LED will light to indicate
that the magnet is detected. The LED will remain
lit for at least one second during the test. After
the initial delay, the test status will be indicated as
described in the "Manual Self-Test" section.

A detector configured for non-latching operation


will check the alarm status of the detector once
every 10 seconds. Once smoke falls below the
alarm threshold, the alarm annunciation will clear
within 10 seconds.
IMPORTANT
The latching or non-latching configuration
must be specified during order placement.
It is not field configurable.
Only the alarm annunciation can be
configured for latching operation.

MAGNETIC SWITCH

Figure3Location of Magnetic Switch

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IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTES

INSTALLATION

CAUTION
The wiring procedures in this manual are
intended to ensure proper functioning of the
device under normal conditions. However,
because of the many variations in wiring
codes and regulations, total compliance to
these ordinances cannot be guaranteed.
Be certain that all wiring complies with the
NEC as well as all local codes. If in doubt,
consult the authority having jurisdiction
before wiring the system. Installation must
be done by a properly trained person.

WARNING
All entries must contain appropriately rated
plugs or fittings. It is required that each
plug or fitting be wrench-tightened to an
appropriate installation torque and meet the
minimum thread engagement requirements
per the applicable local standards, codes,
and practices in order to retain the defined
ratings. PTFE sealant or equivalent should
be used on NPT threads.
NOTE
Detector housings must be electrically
connected to earth ground. Internal
and external earth ground terminals are
provided. For AEx (United States Zone)
installations the internal ground terminal
shall be used for the equipment grounding
connection. The external terminal can be
used for supplementary bonding where
local codes permit or require.

CAUTION
This product has been tested and approved
for use in hazardous areas. However, it must
be properly installed and used only under
the conditions specified within this manual
and the specific approval certificates. Any
device modification, improper installation, or
use in a faulty or incomplete configuration
w i l l re n d e r wa rra n t y a n d p ro d u c t
certifications invalid.

NOTE
The U5015 detector uses an internal
Intrinsically Safe (I.S.) Barrier. Proper NEC
I.S. grounding must be ensured.

CAUTION
The device contains no user serviceable
components. Service or repair should
never be attempted by the user. Device
repair should be performed only by the
manufacturer.

GREASE/LUBRICATION
To ease installation and future removal, all
threaded covers, stopping plugs, and thread
adapters must be installed using thread lubricant.
The recommended lubricant is a silicone-free
grease, available from Det-Tronics.

CAUTION
The U5015 is to be installed in locations
where the risk of mechanical damage is low.

For devices with NPT threads, Teflon tape or


thread seal lubricant must be used for enhanced
sealing capabilities.

LIABILITIES
The manufacturers warranty for this
product is void, and all liability for proper
function of the detector is irrevocably
transferred to the owner or operator in the
event that the device is serviced or repaired
by personnel not employed or authorized
by Detector Electronics Corporation,
or if the device is used in a manner not
conforming to its intended use.

IDENTIFICATION OF DETECTOR MOUNTING


LOCATIONS
The most effective number and placement of
detectors varies depending on the conditions on
site. The individual designing the installation must
often rely on experience and sound judgment to
determine the detector quantity and best locations
to adequately protect the area. Note that it is
typically advantageous to locate detectors where
they are accessible for maintenance.

NOTE
O b s e r v e p re ca u t i o n s fo r h a n d l i n g
electrostatic sensitive devices.

2.3

For additional information on detector location


and spacing, visit the National Fire Protection
Association's website (www.nfpa.org) for the
NFPA Number 72, the Standard on Automatic Fire
Detectors.
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PROTECTION AGAINST MOISTURE DAMAGE

TRANSPORT
COVER

It is important to take proper precautions during


installation to ensure that moisture will not come
in contact with the electrical connections of the
system. The integrity of the system regarding
moisture protection must be maintained for
proper operation and is the responsibility of the
installer.
If conduit is used, the use of proper conduit
installation techniques, breathers, glands, and
seals is required to prevent water ingress and/or
maintain the explosion-proof rating.

Figure4U5015 Transport Cover

Conduit drains must be installed at water


collection points to automatically drain
accumulated moisture. Conduit breathers
should be installed at upper locations to
provide ventilation and allow water vapor to
escape. At least one breather should be used
with each drain.

MOUNTING LOCATION OPTIONS


Ceiling Mount
The U5015 is intended for surface mounting. It is
normally mounted on the ceiling no less than six
inches from a side wall (See Figure 5). The exact
location of the detector must be determined by an
evaluation based on engineering judgement, or if
possible, by field tests.

Conduit raceways should be inclined so that


water will flow to low points for drainage and
will not collect inside enclosures or on conduit
seals. If this is not possible, install conduit drains
above the seals to prevent the collection of water
or install a drain loop below the detector with a
conduit drain at the lowest point of the loop.

CEILING
6 Minimum

POWER SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS


SIDE
WALL

Calculate the total detection system power


consumption rate in watts from cold start-up.
Select a power supply with adequate capability
for the calculated load. Ensure that the selected
power supply provides sufficient regulated and
filtered output power for the entire system. If a
back-up power system is required, a floattype
battery charging system is recommended. If an
existing source of power is being used, verify
that system requirements are met.

LED

NOTE: MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE LED


IS POSITIONED WHERE VISIBLE.
A2681

Figure5U5015 Ceiling Mount

Wall Mount
The U5015 can also be mounted on a side wall
(See Figure 6). The exact location of the detector
must be determined by an evaluation based
on supplemented engineering judgement, or if
possible, by field tests.

TRANSPORT COVER
The Transport Cover (see Figure 4) keeps dust
and particles out of the smoke chamber that may
enter during transport, handling, or installation. It
should remain fastened on the detector through
the installation process.

IMPORTANT
Whenever possible, select a mounting
orientation where the LED is visible to
personnel within the area.

IMPORTANT
Remove the cover only after installation
is complete and prior to powering the
detector for the first time.

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WARNING
For field connections, use wires/cables that
are rated at 20C greater than the maximum
ambient temperature.
NOTE
In applications where the wiring is
installed in conduit, dedicated conduit is
recommended. Avoid low frequency, high
voltage, and nonsignaling conductors to
prevent nuisance EMI problems.

CEILING

6 Minimum

SIDE
WALL

JUMPER

LED

Depending on the wiring option that is used,


the pre-installed jumpers may be required or
discarded. See Table 3 for the Jumper Usage
Guide and Figures 9 to 11 for wiring examples.

NOTE: MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE LED


IS POSITIONED WHERE VISIBLE.
A2682

Figure6U5015 Wall Mount

MOUNT THE DETECTOR

Table3Jumper Usage Guide

Using three No. 8 flat head screws (or equivalent)


placed through the counter bored holes in the
detector flange, secure the detector junction box
to the surface location.

Wiring
Option

WIRING CABLE REQUIREMENTS


Always use proper temperature rated cabling
type and diameter for input power as well as
output signal wiring. 14 to 18 AWG shielded
stranded copper wire is recommended.

0-20 mA

Relay

Used

No jumper
required

Not
Used

No jumper
required

Used

No jumper
required

Used

Jumper
required in
terminals 7 &
4 (P5)

Not
Used

Jumper
required in
terminals 5 &
4 (P11)

Used

Jumper
required in
terminals 7 &
4 (P5)

The field wiring terminal connections are certified


for a single wire in size from 0.2 to 2.5 mm2 (or
two conductors with same cross section 0.2 to
0.75 mm2). The screws must be tightened down
with a torque 0.4 to 0.5 Nm. The metal housing
must be electrically connected to earth ground.
A minimum of 12 Vdc must be present at the
U5015 to ensure proper operation. The maximum
cable length from power source to U5015 is 2000
feet. When the U5015 Smoke Detector is mounted
remotely using an STB termination box, maximum
cable length from U5015 to STB is 500 feet.

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3.

WIRING PROCEDURE
Ensure that all cables are terminated properly.
Conductor insulation should be stripped off
with a bare conductor length of 0.2 inch (5 mm)
minimum and 0.7 inch (18 mm) maximum. Ensure
that cable shield is properly terminated and that
bare shield wire is not allowed to accidentally
contact the metal housing or any other wire.

Figure 10
locations.

to

the

shows

the

ground

lug

Figures 12 and 13 show wiring for single


detector configurations.
Figures 14 and 15 show wiring for multiple
detector configurations.

Slightly loosen the three setscrews located


on the retaining ring (see Figure 7).
RETAINING RING

4.

Re-install the assembly. Use the alignment


guide (see Figure 11) to align the retaining
ring with the junction box.

5.

Screw the retaining ring on to the junction


box and re-tighten the three setscrews.

SET SCREWS (3)

RELAY
OUTPUTS

Figure7Setscrew Location

2.

wiring

Figure 9 shows the wiring terminals.

Use the following instructions when wiring the


U5015 detector:
1.

Connect the external


appropriate terminals.

Unscrew the retaining ring to gain access


to the wiring terminals (see Figure 8), and
complete the installation of the system
conduit. Feed the external wiring through
the remaining junction box entry or M25
to 3/4 inch adapter. When installing the
junction box, use care not to damage the
wires and refrain from twisting them.

POWER
SUPPLY &
0-20 mA OUTPUT

NO AUX

COM AUX

NC AUX

mA

NO ALARM

Vin

COM ALARM

+ Vin

NC ALARM

Vin

COM FAULT

+ Vin

NO FAULT

1
P11

P5

A2683

Figure9U5015 Wiring Terminals

WIRING
TERMINALS

RETAINING RING

Figure8Location of Wiring Terminals

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WARNING
To avoid a potential electrostatic discharge
(ESD), do not wipe or rub the surface of the
U5015 sensor module.
NOTE
The U5015 Smoke Detector contains no
user serviceable components and should
never be opened. The U5015 wiring
compartment is the only part of the smoke
detector that should be opened by the user
in the field.

GROUND LUGS

Figure10Ground Lug Locations

ROUTINE INSPECTION
Regularly scheduled maintenance is not
required, however the U5015 cover and smoke
chamber should be inspected periodically when
detectors are located in abnormally dirty or dusty
environments.
The smoke detector can be tested using the
same methods employed for any photo-electric
detector. Det-Tronics recommends using canned
smoke for periodic maintenance of the detector.
ALIGNMENT GUIDE

Figure11Alignment Guide Location

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PLC
mA

+
600 MAX
AT 24 VDC

POWER
5

5
6
7

2 WIRE
CLASS B
RECEIVING ZONE

P11

CHASSIS
GROUND

P5
A2684

GROUND LUG

Figure12Single Detector Wiring (0-20 mA used, Relays not used)

PLC
JUMPERS

1
POWER

2
3

5
EOL
RESISTOR

6
7

2 WIRE
CLASS B
RECEIVING ZONE

P11

8
CHASSIS
GROUND

P5

A2685

GROUND LUG

Figure13Single Detector Wiring (0-20 mA not used, Relays used)

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P11

P5

FIRST DETECTOR IN LOOP

Figure14Multiple Detector Wiring (0-20 mA used, Relays not used)

P5

P5

P11

LAST DETECTOR IN LOOP

P11

GROUND LUG

A2686

CHASSIS
GROUND

2 WIRE
CLASS B
RECEIVING ZONE

POWER

600 MAX
AT 24 VDC

mA

600 MAX
AT 24 VDC

mA

600 MAX
AT 24 VDC

mA

PLC

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JUMPER

EOL
RESISTOR

JUMPER

P11

P5

1
JUMPER

FIRST DETECTOR IN LOOP

Figure15Multiple Detector Wiring (0-20 mA not used, Relays used)

P5

P11

JUMPER

P5

LAST DETECTOR IN LOOP

P11

GROUND LUG

A2687

CHASSIS
GROUND

2 WIRE
CLASS B
RECEIVING ZONE

POWER

PLC

DEVICE REPAIR AND RETURN

NOTE
Det-Tronics reserves the right to apply a
service charge for repairing returned
product damaged as a result of improper
packaging.

The detector is not designed to be repaired in


the field. If it is determined that the problem is
caused by an electronic defect, the device must
be returned to the factory for repair. The sensor
module is field replaceable in case of dirtiness,
damage, or failures incurred in the field.

Return all equipment transportation prepaid to


the factory in Minneapolis.

Prior to returning devices, contact the nearest


local Det-Tronics office so that a Return
Material Identification (RMI) number can be
assigned. A written statement describing the
malfunction must accompany the returned
device or component to assist and expedite
finding the root cause of the failure.

ORDERING INFORMATION
When ordering, please specify:
U5015 Explosion Proof Smoke Detector
Refer to the U5015 Model Matrix for details

Pack the unit properly. Always use sufficient


packing material. Where applicable, use an
antistatic bag as protection from electrostatic
discharge.

SPARE PARTS
U5015 Replacement Sensor Module 104286-001
ACCESSORIES
Canned Smoke
000119-008

000119-046
Grease (silicone-free)
005003-001
Magnet
102740-001
Magnet with Extension Pole 007739-001
Stop Plug, 3/4" NPT, AL
101197-001
Stop Plug, M25, AL
101197-005

U5015 MODEL MATRIX


MODEL DESCRIPTION
U5015

Explosion Proof Smoke Detector


TYPE
A

MATERIAL
Aluminum
TYPE

PORT

1 Port

2 Port

3 Port

4 Port
TYPE

THREAD

Metric M25

3/4" NPT
TYPE

OUTPUT

12

0-20 mA, Relay, Non-Latching

13

0-20 mA, Relay, Latching


TYPE
F

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APPROVAL
FM

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FM APPROVAL DESCRIPTION

U5015
Class 1 Div 1 Groups B, C, D T4
Class 1 Div 2 Groups A, B, C, D T4
Class 1 Zone 1 AEX db ia IIC T4 Gb
Tamb 20C to +65C
IP44

Applicable Documents:
FM 3810

Elec. and Electronic Test, Measuring and Process Control Equipment

FM 3600

Electrical Equipment for use in Hazardous (Classified) Locations

FM 3610
(ANSI/ISA 60079-11)

Intrinsically Safe, Class I, II, III, Div I, Haz. Loc.

FM 3611

Elec. Equip. for use in Cl. I/II, Div. 2 and Cl. III, Div. 1/2 Haz. Loc.

FM 3615

Explosion proof Electrical Equipment

NEMA 250

Enclosures for Electrical Equipment (1000 Volts Maximum)

Special Conditions For Safe Use X:


1. The U5015 is to be installed in locations where the risk of mechanical damage is low.
2. Potential electrostatic charging hazard please see instructions for proper installation.
3. All unused device openings must be closed using a suitably certified plug.
4. For field connections, use wire rated 20C greater than maximum ambient temperature.
5. For AEx d rated Model U5015 Smoke Detector, the flameproof joints are not allowed to be
repaired per manufacturer's instruction manual.

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IECEx APPROVAL DESCRIPTION

U5015
IECEx FMG15.0014X
Ex db ia IIC T4 Gb
Tamb 20C to +65C
IP44
IEC Standards:
IEC 60079-0:2011
IEC 60079-1:2014
IEC 60079-11:2011

Electrical apparatus for explosive atmospheres, General Requirements


Electrical apparatus for explosive atmospheres, Flameproof enclosure "d"
Intrinsic Safety explosive atmospheres Equip protection by Intrinsic Safety

Special Conditions For Safe Use X:


1. The U5015 is to be installed in locations where the risk of mechanical damage is low.
2. Potential electrostatic charging hazard please see instructions for proper installation.
3. All unused device openings must be closed using a suitably certified plug.
4. For field connections, use wire rated 20C greater than maximum ambient temperature.
5. For AEx d rated Model U5015 Smoke Detector, the flameproof joints are not allowed to be
repaired per manufacturer's instruction manual.

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All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.


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BEACON/SOUNDER - COMBINATION UNITS

Exd(e), Heavy Duty Industrial & Marine, Weatherproof


Features
 *Zones 1, 2 and safe area use.
 *ATEX approved Ex II 2GD.
 *IECEx certified Gb, Db.
 *UL listed Class I, Div. 1 & 2, Groups C & D.
 IP66 and 67.
 *Certified temperature: 55C to +70C.
 Corrosion free GRP beacon/sounder.
 Beacon available as xenon, filament, fluorescent
or LED.
 Xenon: up to 21J.
 Filament: up to 100W.
 Fluorescent: up to 39W.
 LED: up to 192cd.
 Sounder: up to 115dBA output at 1 metre.
 All stainless steel (316), epoxy painted back
plate.

*Model dependent.

Other combinations of beacons and sounders


are available please contact sales office for
detailed specifications.

Introduction
This range of audio/visual combination units may be assembled from
MEDCs range of beacons and sounders. Mounted on a sturdy, drilled,
painted, stainless steel plate, the units are pre-wired as standard such that
a single input operates both the sounder and beacon simultaneously.
Units are available for use in potentially explosive atmospheres and
dedicated units are now available for use in industrial and marine
environments.

Head Office.
Unit B, Sutton Parkway, Oddicroft Lane, Sutton in Ashfield
NG17 5FB, UK.

Sales Enq. UK: +44 (0)1623 444 445


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Head Office (USA)


3413 North Sam Houston Parkway West,
Suite 212, Houston, TX 77086, USA

Sales Enq. USA: +1 (713) 937- 9772

E-Mail: MEDCSales@Eaton.com

Web: www.medc.com

Certification and Specification


1. DB3/XB11 Explosionproof Xenon 5J; Sounder up to 115dB(A), all GRP corrosion free products.
Certification:

ATEX: Ex II 2 GD Ex d IIB T4/T5 Gb, Ex tb IIIC T100C/T135C Db.


IECEx: Ex d IIB T4/T5 Gb, Ex tb IIIC T100C/T135C Db cULus: Class I, Div. 2, Groups C & D.

Voltage:

24V d.c.,110V a.c., 240V a.c.

Beacon:

Standard: XB11 (Xenon 5J).


Option: Filament (10W). Fluorescent ( 10W).

Sounder:

Standard: DB3 (long flare) 115dBA at 1 metre.


Option: DB3 (short flare) 108dBA at 1 metre.

Dimensions (mm):

420 (height) x 220 (width) x 337 (depth).

Options:

Refer to data sheet. Specify when ordering.

Ordering information Standard product. Specify options 1 to 4.


Product

1. Certification

2. Voltage

3. Lens colour

4. Finish

DB3+XB11

ATEX, IECEx, UL

see above

Red Amber

Natural Black or Red

2. DB1/SM87HXB Explosionproof Xenon 5J; Sounder up to 110dB(A), LM25 or stainless steel construction, red finish.
Certification:

ATEX: Ex II 2 G Ex d IIB T5/T6* Gb

Voltage:

24V d.c.,110V a.c., 240V a.c.

Beacon:

Standard: SM87 (Xenon 5J).


Option: Filament (10W). Fluorescent ( 10W). LED ( 192cd).

Sounder:

Standard: DB1 HP 110dB(A) at 1 metre.


Option: DB1 P 106dB(A) at 1 metre.

Dimensions (mm):

351 (height) x 228 (width) x 205 (depth).

Options:

Refer to data sheet. Specify when ordering.

IECEx: Ex d IIB T5/T6* Gb

UL: Class I, Div. 1, Groups C & D.

* Model dependent.
Ordering information Standard product. Specify options 1 to 5
Product

1. Body Material

2. Certification

3. Voltage

4. Lens colour

5. Finish

DB1HP+SM87HXB

LM25 or Stainless Steel

ATEX, IECEx, UL

see above

Red Amber

specify

3. DB3/SM87HXB Explosionproof Xenon 5J; LM25 or stainless steel, Sounder up to 115dB(A), GRP construction, red finish.
Certification:

ATEX: Ex II 2 GD Ex d IIC T4/T5 Gb, Ex tb IIIC T100C/T135C Db.


IECEx: Ex d IIC T4/T5 Gb, Ex tb IIIC T100C/T135C Db cULus: Class I, Div. 2, Groups C & D.

Voltage:

24V d.c.,110V a.c., 240V a.c.

Beacon:

LM25 or stainless steel.

Sounder:

Corrosion-free GRP.

Beacon:

Standard: SM87 HXB (Xenon 5J). Option: Filament (10W). Fluorescent ( 10W). LED ( 192cd).

Sounder:

Standard: DB3 (long flare) 115dB(A) at 1 metre.


Option: DB3 (short flare) 108dB(A) at 1 metre (also available close coupled).
DB3 (short flare close coupled) 108dB(A) at 1 metre

Dimensions (mm):

420 (height) x 220 (width) x 337 (depth).

Options:

Refer to data sheet. Specify when ordering.

Ordering information Standard product. Specify options 1 to 5.

Close coupled version shown. Other options available.

Product

1. Body Material

2. Certification

3. Voltage

4. Lens colour

5. Finish

DB3+SM87HXB

LM25 or Stainless Steel

ATEX, IECEx, UL

see above

Red Amber

specify

4. DB12/XB13 or DB15/XB13 Heavy Duty Industrial & Marine Xenon 10J; Sounder DB12 (DB15) up to 110dB(A) 117 dB(A)
Applications:

Harsh Industrial & Marine Environments.

Voltage:

24V d.c.,110V a.c., 240V a.c.

Beacon:

Standard: XB13 (Xenon 10J).

Sounder:

Standard: DB12 110dB(A) at 1 metre.


Standard: DB15 115dB(A) at 1 metre.

Dimensions (mm):

300 (height) x 195 (width) x 220 (depth).

Ordering information Standard product. Specify options 1 to 3


Product

1. Voltage

2. Lens colour

3. Finish

DB12+XB13

see above

Red Amber

Natural Red

All specifications, dimensions, weights and tolerances are nominal (typical) and MEDC reserve the right to vary all data without prior notice.
No liability is accepted for any consequence of use.
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WARNING
THIS DRAWING RELATES
TO A CERTIFIED PRODUCT.
NO MODIFICATIONS
PERMITTED WITHOUT
THE AUTHORISATION OF
THE TECHNICAL MANAGER

CURRENT
PRODUCTION COPY

MEDC Ltd, Colliery Road, Pinxton,


Nottingham NG16 6JF, U.K.
Tel: +44 (0)1773 864100
fax: +44 (0)1773 582800
e-mail:info@medc.com
web:www.medc.com

ALL DIMENSIONS ARE


IN MILLIMETRES UNLESS
OTHERWISE STATED
REMOVE ALL BURRS
AND SHARP EDGES
MACHINE
SYMBOLS THUS

DRAWN BY:
THIS DRAWING IS CONFIDENTIAL
AND IS THE PROPERTY OF MEDC
AND MUST NOT BE REPRODUCED
EITHER WHOLLY OR PARTLY.
ALL RIGHTS IN RESPECT OF
PATENTS, DESIGNS AND
COPYRIGHT ARE RESERVED.

DATE:

DESIGNERS & MANUFACTURERS


OF ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC
EQUIPMENT & SYSTEMS FOR
HAZARDOUS AREAS

TITLE
SHT.

CHECKED BY:

DATE:
OF.

APPROVED BY:

DATE:

SCALE:

SIZE

DRG No.

ISSUE

DO NOT SCALE

MEDC Ltd, Colliery Road, Pinxton,


Nottingham NG16 6JF, U.K.
Tel: +44 (0)1773 864100
fax: +44 (0)1773 582800
e-mail:info@medc.com
web:www.medc.com

ALL DIMENSIONS ARE


IN MILLIMETRES UNLESS
OTHERWISE STATED
REMOVE ALL BURRS
AND SHARP EDGES
MACHINE
SYMBOLS THUS

DRAWN BY:
THIS DRAWING IS CONFIDENTIAL
AND IS THE PROPERTY OF MEDC
AND MUST NOT BE REPRODUCED
EITHER WHOLLY OR PARTLY.
ALL RIGHTS IN RESPECT OF
PATENTS, DESIGNS AND
COPYRIGHT ARE RESERVED.

DATE:

DESIGNERS & MANUFACTURERS


OF ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC
EQUIPMENT & SYSTEMS FOR
HAZARDOUS AREAS

TITLE
SHT.

CHECKED BY:

DATE:

APPROVED BY:

DATE:

SCALE:

SIZE

OF.

A2

DRG No.

ISSUE

6S

Hazardous Locations
Weatherproof

Visual and Audible


Combination Units
MEDC Series

Truly a unique product offering with integral visual and audible


signaling devices pre-wired for simultaneous output activation.

Suitable for Class I, Division 2 applications


Strobe light and audible tone generator in one package
Mounts with ease and facilitates quick field wiring
UL, cUL, Ex and ATEX for worldwide acceptance

This range of lightweight all GRP, explosionproof horns intended for


use in potentially explosive atmospheres has been designed with
high ingress protection to cope with the harsh environmental
conditions found offshore and onshore in the oil, gas and
petrochemical industries.
The flamepaths, flare, and body are manufactured completely from a
UV stable glass reinforced polyester. Stainless steel screws and
sinter are incorporated thus ensuring a corrosion-free product. A
tapered flamepath is used to overcome the problems of assembly of
parallel spigot flamepaths.

Features and Benefits:

All GRP corrosion-free


Up to 108dBA output at 10 feet
Integral volume control
27 tones, user selectable
Horn/Strobe Combination Unit available

Horn/Strobe Combination Unit

Certifications and Compliances:

6S

UL Listed for USA and Canada


Hazardous locations:
Class I, Div. 2, Groups A, B, C, D
Class I, Zones 1 & 2, AExd IIC T4
Ordinary locations: Audible Signal device
ATEX approved
NEMA 4X & 6, IP66 & 67
Certified temperature
67F to +158F
55C to +70C

1300

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US: 1-866-764-5454

CAN: 1-800-265-0502

Copyright 2013 Eatons Crouse-Hinds Business

Visual and Audible


Combination Units

6S

Hazardous Locations
Weatherproof

MEDC Series
Visual & Audible Combination UnitsHazardous Locations, Weatherproof

Certification

Voltage

Lens/Body
Color

Ordering
Code

Cat. #

ATEX Ex II 2GD

24V DC

Red/Red

803130

DB3/XB11B24V RED/RED

UL, cUL Listed, Class I,


Div. 2, Groups C, D

24V DC

Red/Natural
Black

869200

DB3/XB11UL24V RED/NB

UL, cUL Listed, Class I,


Div. 2, Groups C, D

24V DC

Red/Red

869205

DB3/XB11UL24V RED/RED

UL, cUL Listed, Class I,


Div. 2, Groups C, D

110V AC

Red/Red

869210

DB3/XB11UL110V RED/RED

Voltage

Lens/Body
Color

UL, cUL Listed, Class I,


Div. 1, Groups C, D

24V DC

Red/Red

UL, cUL Listed, Class I,


Div. 2, Groups C, D

24V DC

Red/Red

Certification Voltage

Ex II 2GD

24V DC

Lens/Body
Color
Red/Red

Ordering
Code

DB3/XB11, GRP material, NEMA 4X & 6,


choice of 27 tones, 106dB(A) at 10 feet
output, 29 Cd, no labels,
1 x " NPT entries

Standard Product
Configuration
24V DC, alloy sounder, interconnected
62500182 DB1P/SM87HXBUL 24V RED/RED to, painted red stainless steel baseplate,
alloy 5 joule beacon
GRP sounder interconnected to,
62500183 DB3/SM87HXBUL 24V RED/RED
painted red stainless steel baseplate,
alloy 5 joule beacon
Cat. #

Ordering
Code
62500009

www.crouse-hinds.com

Cat. #

Standard Product Configuration

DB12/XB13 24V RED/RED

IP66 & 67 weatherproof only, 24V DC, GRP


sounder interconnected to, on a painted red
stainless steel baseplate, a IP66 & 67
weatherproof only, GRP 10 joule beacon

US: 1-866-764-5454

CAN: 1-800-265-0502

Copyright 2013 Eatons Crouse-Hinds Business

1301

6S

Certification

Standard Product
Configuration
DB3/XB11, Exd IIB T5, choice of 27 tones,
115dB(A) at 1m output, 29 Cd, no labels,
1 x M20 entry

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Combination Units

Hazardous Locations
Weatherproof

MEDC Series
Truly a unique product offering with integral visual and audible
signaling devices pre-wired for simultaneous output activation.

Suitable for Class I, Division 2 applications


Strobe light and audible tone generator in one package
Mounts with ease and facilitates quick field wiring
UL, cUL, Ex and ATEX for worldwide acceptance

This range of lightweight all GRP, explosionproof horns intended for


use in potentially explosive atmospheres has been designed with
high ingress protection to cope with the harsh environmental
conditions found offshore and onshore in the oil, gas and
petrochemical industries.
The flamepaths, flare, and body are manufactured completely from a
UV stable glass reinforced polyester. Stainless steel screws and
sinter are incorporated thus ensuring a corrosion-free product. A
tapered flamepath is used to overcome the problems of assembly of
parallel spigot flamepaths.

Features and Benefits:

All GRP corrosion-free


Up to 108dBA output at 10 feet
Integral volume control
27 tones, user selectable
Horn/Strobe Combination Unit available

Horn/Strobe Combination Unit

Certifications and Compliances:

6S

UL Listed for USA and Canada


Hazardous locations:
Class I, Div. 2, Groups A, B, C, D
Class I, Zones 1 & 2, AExd IIC T4
Ordinary locations: Audible Signal device
ATEX approved
NEMA 4X & 6, IP66 & 67
Certified temperature
67F to +158F
55C to +70C

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CAN: 1-800-265-0502

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MEDC Series
Visual & Audible Combination UnitsHazardous Locations, Weatherproof

Certification

Voltage

Lens/Body
Color

Ordering
Code

Cat. #

ATEX Ex II 2GD

24V DC

Red/Red

803130

DB3/XB11B24V RED/RED

UL, cUL Listed, Class I,


Div. 2, Groups C, D

24V DC

Red/Natural
Black

869200

DB3/XB11UL24V RED/NB

UL, cUL Listed, Class I,


Div. 2, Groups C, D

24V DC

Red/Red

869205

DB3/XB11UL24V RED/RED

UL, cUL Listed, Class I,


Div. 2, Groups C, D

110V AC

Red/Red

869210

DB3/XB11UL110V RED/RED

Voltage

Lens/Body
Color

UL, cUL Listed, Class I,


Div. 1, Groups C, D

24V DC

Red/Red

UL, cUL Listed, Class I,


Div. 2, Groups C, D

24V DC

Red/Red

Certification Voltage

Ex II 2GD

24V DC

Lens/Body
Color
Red/Red

Ordering
Code

DB3/XB11, GRP material, NEMA 4X & 6,


choice of 27 tones, 106dB(A) at 10 feet
output, 29 Cd, no labels,
1 x " NPT entries

Standard Product
Configuration
24V DC, alloy sounder, interconnected
62500182 DB1P/SM87HXBUL 24V RED/RED to, painted red stainless steel baseplate,
alloy 5 joule beacon
GRP sounder interconnected to,
62500183 DB3/SM87HXBUL 24V RED/RED
painted red stainless steel baseplate,
alloy 5 joule beacon

Ordering
Code
62500009

www.crouse-hinds.com

Cat. #

Cat. #

Standard Product Configuration

DB12/XB13 24V RED/RED

IP66 & 67 weatherproof only, 24V DC, GRP


sounder interconnected to, on a painted red
stainless steel baseplate, a IP66 & 67
weatherproof only, GRP 10 joule beacon

US: 1-866-764-5454

CAN: 1-800-265-0502

Copyright 2011 Cooper Crouse-Hinds

1255

6S

Certification

Standard Product
Configuration
DB3/XB11, Exd IIB T5, choice of 27 tones,
115dB(A) at 1m output, 29 Cd, no labels,
1 x M20 entry

I56-2769-018R

INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS

3825 Ohio Avenue, St. Charles, Illinois 60174


800/736-7672, FAX: 630/377-6495
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Selectable Output Strobes, Horns, and Horn/Strobes

For use with the following models: P2R, P2RH, P2RK, P2RHK, P2W, P2WK, P2WH, P2WHK, P4R, P4RH, P4RK, P4W, P4WK, SR, SRH, SRK, SRHK, SW, SWK, SWH, SWHK, SW-CLRALERT, PC2R, PC2RH,PC2RK, PC2RHK, PC2W, PC2WK, PC2WH, PC2WHK, PC4R, PC4RH, PC4W, PC4WK, PC4WHK, SCR, SCRH, SCRK, SCRHK, SCW, SCWK, SCWH, SCWHK, SCWCLR-ALERT, HR, HRK, HW, SR-P, SW-P, SRH-P, SWH-P,P2R-P, P2W-P, P2WH-P, P4R-P, P4W-P, SCW-P, PC2R-P, PC2W-P, PC2WH-P, SRK-P, SRHK-P, P2RK-P, P2RHK-P, SWK-P, SWHK-P,
P2WK-P, P2WHK-P, SR-SP, P2R-SP, PC2W-SP, SRK-R, SWK-R, SRHK-R, SWHK-R, P2RK-R, P2WK-R, P2RHK-R, P2WHK-R, SBHK, SBK-R

NOTE: All -R models are specifically designed for use with the WTP Series of Weatherproof plates
NOTE: When replacing outdoor units; device and back box must be replaced
NOTE: Models SBHK, SBK-R are UL listed for General Signaling
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Operating Temperature:

Standard Products
K Series
Standard Products
K Series

Humidity Range:

Strobe Flash Rate:


Nominal Voltage:
Operating Voltage Range (includes fire alarm panels with built in sync):
Operating Voltage with MDL3 Sync Module:
Input terminal wire gauge:

32F to 120F (0C to 49C)


40F to 151F
10 to 93% Non-condensing
Meets NEMA 4X requirements
1 flash per second
Regulated 12VDC/FWR or regulated 24DC/FWR
8 to 17.5V (12V nominal) or 16 to 33V (24V nominal)
8.5 to 17.5V (12V nominal) or 16.5 to 33V (24V nominal)
12 to 18 AWG

NOTE : Strobes will operate at 12 V nominal for 15 & 15/75 candela settings only. Switching between ranges is automatic.
DIMENSIONS FOR PRODUCTS AND ACCESSORIES
WALL PRODUCTS

SA-WBB Red Weatherproof Back Box

Length
5.6"
142 mm
5.6"
142 mm
5.7"

Width
4.7"
119 mm
4.7"
119 mm
5.1"

Depth
2.5"
64 mm
1.3"
33 mm
2.0"

SA-WBBW White Weatherproof Back Box

145 mm

130 mm

51 mm

SBBCW White Surface Mount Box

SBBR Red Surface Mount Box


SBBW White Surface Mount Box

5.6"
142 mm

4.7"
119 mm

4.3"
109 mm

NOTE: SA-WBB, SA-WBBW, SA-WBBC and SA-WBBCW dimensions


do not include the two mounting tabs

Strobe and Horn/Strobes (including lens)


Horns

CEILING PRODUCTS
Strobes and Horn/Strobes
(including lens)
SA-WBBC Red Weatherproof Back Box
SA-WBBCW White Weatherproof Back Box
SBBCR Red Surface Mount Box

DIAMETER
6.8"
173 mm
7.1"
180 mm
6.9"

DEPTH
2.5"
64 mm
2.2"
51 mm
5.3"

175 mm

135 mm

MOUNTING BOX OPTIONS


2-Wire Indoor Products
4 4 11/2, Single Gang, Double Gang, 4 Octagon
SBBR/W (wall), SBBCR/W (ceiling)

4-Wire Indoor Products


1

4 4 1 /2, Double Gang, 4 Octagon

K Series Products
SA-WBB/W (wall), SA-WBBC/CW (ceiling)

LOOP DESIGN AND WIRING


The system designer must make sure that the total current drawn by the devices on the loop does not exceed the current capability of the panel supply,
and that the last device on the circuit is operated within its rated voltage. The
current draw information for making these calculations can be found in the
tables within this manual. For convenience and accuracy, use the voltage drop
calculator on the System Sensor website (www.systemsensor.com).

NOTICE: This manual shall be left with the owner/user of this equipment.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The SpectrAlert Advance series of notification appliances offers a wide range
of horns, strobes, and horn/strobes, for wall and ceiling applications, indoors
and outdoors. They are designed to be used on 12 or 24 volt, DC or FWR
(full wave rectified) systems. These products are electrically backward compatible with the previous generation of SpectrAlert notification appliances. Horn/
strobe products are available in two versions. The 2-wire products fit systems
where a single NAC controls both horn and strobe. The 4-wire products are intended for systems which have separate wiring circuits for the horn and strobe.
All SpectrAlert Advance products are suitable for use in synchronized systems.
The System Sensor MDL3 module may be used to provide synchronization.

When calculating the voltage available to the last device, it is necessary to


consider the voltage drop due to the resistance of the wire. The thicker the
wire, the smaller the voltage drop. Wire resistance tables can be obtained
from electrical handbooks. Note that if Class A wiring is installed, the wire
length may be up to twice as long as it would be for circuits that are not
fault tolerant.

K Series products are designed to be used over a wider range of temperatures


and are suitable for use in wet environments with outdoor backbox supplied
with product.

NOTE: The total number of strobes on a single NAC must not exceed 40 for
24 volt applications or 12 for 12 volt applications. Loop resistance on a single
NAC should not exceed 120 ohms for 24 volt and 30 ohms for 12 volt systems.

Wall and ceiling products may be used interchangeably (wall products may
be used on the ceiling and ceiling products may be used on the wall.)
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM CONSIDERATIONS
The National Fire Alarm Code, NFPA 72, requires that all horns, used for
building evacuation produce temporal coded signals. Signals other than those
used for evacuation purposes do not have to produce the temporal coded signal. System Sensor recommends spacing notification appliances in compliance with NFPA 72.
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CANDELA SELECTION
Adjust the slide switch on the rear of the product to the desired candela setting in the small window on the front of the unit. All products meet the light
output profiles specified in the appropriate UL Standards. See Figures 1-3.
Use Table 1 to determine the current draw for each candela setting. For K
series products used outdoors at low temperatures, listed candela ratings must
be reduced in accordance with Table 2.

TABLE 1. STROBE CURRENT DRAW (mA) FOR S, SC, P4 & PC4 SERIES:

0
5-25
30-45
50
60
65
70
75
80
85
90

High Candela Range

(K Series Outdoor Applications Only)

15
15/75
30
75
95
110
115
135
150
177
185

Degrees*
0
5-25
30-45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
Compound 45
to the right
Compound 45
to the right

Percent of
Rating
100
90
75
55
45
40
35
35
30
30
25
25

0
5-30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90

44
70
110
115
135
150
177
185

TABLE 3. HORN CURRENT DRAW (mA) FOR H, P4 & PC4 SERIES:

24
24

Pos

Sound Pattern

dA Out

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Temporal
Temporal
Temporal
Non-temporal
Non-temporal
Non-temporal
Coded
Coded
Coded

High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low

817.5 Volts
DC
57
44
38
57
42
41
57
44
40

FWR
55
49
44
56
50
44
55
51
46

1633 Volts
DC
69
58
44
69
60
50
69
56
52

FWR
75
69
48
75
69
50
75
69
50

NOTE: In positions 7, 8, and 9, temporal coding must be provided by the NAC.


If the NAC voltage is held constant, the horn output will remain constantly on.
Positions 7, 8, and 9 are not available on 2-wire horn/strobe products.

This is generated text for figtxt.

Degrees*

Do not use below 32F

HORN SELECTION
Turn the rotary switch on the back of the product to the desired setting. For
horn and 4-wire horn/strobe products, the current draw for each setting is
listed in Table 3. For 2-wire horn/strobe products (P2 series), current draws
are listed in Tables 4 and 5. The sound output measurement for each horn
setting is shown in Table 6.

FIGURE 3. LIGHT OUTPUT - VERTICAL DISPERSION, WALL TO FLOOR

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Candela rating at 40F

Listed Candela

Figures 1-3 list the minimum light output requirements per UL1971.

*Tolerance of 1 degree is permitted.

1633 Volts
DC
FWR
66
71
77
81
94
96
158
153
181
176
202
195
210
205
228
207
246
220
281
251
286
258

TABLE 2. CANDELA DERATING:

Percent of
Rating
100
90
75
55
45
35
35
30
30
25
25

FIGURE 2. L
 IGHT OUTPUT HORIZONTAL DISPERSION

15
15/75
30
75
95
110
115
135
150
177
185

Standard Candela Range

NOTE: SpectrAlert products set at 15 and 15/75 candela automatically work


on either 12V or 24V power supplies. The products are not listed for 12V operating voltages when set to any other candela settings. For 4-Wire products,
total current draw may be determined by adding current draw for the specific
candela selection and the current draw for the specific horn selection use
Table 1 and Table 3.
FIGURE 1. LIGHT OUTPUT - VERTICAL DISPERSION, CEILING TO
WALLS TO FLOOR
Degrees*

817.5 Volts
DC
FWR
123
128
142
148
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA

Candela

Percent of
Rating
100
90
65
46
34
27
22
18
16
15
13
12
12
12
2

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TABLE 4. 2-WIRE HORN/STROBE CURRENT DRAW (mA) FOR P2 AND PC2 STANDARD CANDELA SERIES:
DC Input
Temporal High
Temporal Medium
Temporal Low
Non-temporal High
Non-temporal Medium
Non-temporal Low
FWR Input
Temporal High
Temporal Medium
Temporal Low
Non-temporal High
Non-temporal Medium
Non-temporal Low

817.5 Volts
15 cd
15/75 cd
137
147
132
144
132
143
141
152
133
145
131
144
136
129
129
142
134
132

155
152
151
161
155
154

15 cd
79
69
66
91
75
68

15/75 cd
90
80
77
100
85
79

30 cd
107
97
93
116
102
96

1633 Volts
75 cd
176
157
154
176
163
156

95 cd
194
182
179
201
187
182

110 cd
212
201
198
221
207
201

115 cd
218
210
207
229
216
210

88
78
76
103
85
80

97
88
86
112
95
90

112
103
101
126
110
105

168
160
160
181
166
161

190
184
184
203
189
184

210
202
194
221
208
202

218
206
201
229
216
211

TABLE 5. 2-WIRE HORN/STROBE CURRENT DRAW (mA) FOR P2 AND PC2 HIGH CANDELA RANGE SERIES:
Sound Pattern

1633 Volts Volts DC

1633 Volts Volts FWR

135 cd

150 cd

177 cd

185 cd

Temporal High

245

259

290

297

Temporal Medium

235

253

288

297

Temporal Low

232

251

282

292

Non-temporal High

255

270

303

Non-temporal Medium

242

259

Non-temporal Low

238

254

135 cd

150 cd

177 cd

185 cd

215

231

258

265

209

224

250

258

207

221

248

256

309

233

248

275

281

293

299

219

232

262

267

291

295

214

229

256

262

TABLE 6. HORN OUTPUT (d BA) IN UL REVERBERANT ROOM:


Switch
Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7*
8*
9*

Sound Pattern
Temporal
Temporal
Temporal
Non-temporal
Non-temporal
Non-temporal
Coded
Coded
Coded

dA
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low
High
Medium
Low

817.5 Volts**
DC
78
75
71
82
78
73
82
78
74

1633 Volts**

FWR
78
75
71
82
78
74
82
78
75

DC
84
80
76
88
85
81
88
85
81

FWR
84
80
76
88
85
81
88
85
81

24 V Nominal Measurements
Reverberant
Anechoic
DC
FWR
DC
FWR
88
88
99
98
86
85
96
96
81
79
94
89
93
92
100
100
90
89
98
98
86
84
96
92
93
92
101
101
90
89
97
98
85
83
96
92

*Horn & 4-wire Horn/Strobe only. ** Minimum dB rating for Operational Voltage Range as per UL 464.
FIGURE 4. WIRING 2-WIRE PRODUCTS:
INPUT
FROM
FACP
OR
PRIOR
DEVICE
+

FIGURE 6. SHORTING SPRING:


OUTPUT
TO
NEXT
DEVICE
OR EOL
+

A0367-01

FIGURE 5. WIRING 4-WIRE PRODUCTS:

SHORTING SPRING

INPUT
FROM
FACP OR
PRIOR
STROBE

OUTPUT
TO NEXT
STROBE
OR EOL

INPUT FROM
FACP OR PRIOR HORN

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A0368-00

For 4-Wire installations, terminals 1, 2, and 3 connect to the strobe; terminals


4 and 5 connect to the horn. The horn and strobe circuits must be wired independently, and each circuit must be terminated with the appropriate EOL
device. Removal of a notification device will result in an open circuit indication on the strobe loop.
NOTE: A shorting spring is provided between terminals 2 and 3 of the mounting plate to enable wiring checks after the system has been wired, but prior
to installation of the final product. This spring will automatically disengage
when the product is installed, to enable supervision of the final system. Only
available on indoor products(non K-series).

OUTPUT TO NEXT
HORN OR EOL
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MOUNTING INDOOR WALL OR CEILING PRODUCTS


1. Attach mounting plate to junction box as shown in Figure 7. The mounting plate is compatible with 4-inch square, double gang, and 4-inch octagon junction boxes (2-wire products may be used with a single gang box).
2. Connect field wiring to terminals, as shown in Figures 4 or 5.
3. If the product is not to be installed at this point, use the paint cover to
prevent contamination of the mounting plate. (For indoor models only)
4. To attach product to mounting plate, remove the paint cover, then hook
tabs on the product housing into the grooves on mounting plate.
5. Swing product into position to engage the pins on the product with the
terminals on the mounting plate. Make sure that the tabs on the back of
the product housing fully engage with the mounting plate.
6. Secure product by tightening the single mounting screw in the front
of the product housing. For tamper resistance, the standard captivated
mounting screw may be replaced with the enclosed Torx screw.
SURFACE MOUNT BACK BOX MOUNTING
1. The surface mount back box may be secured directly to the wall or ceiling. Grounding bracket provided if needed.
2. The wall mount box must be mounted with the up arrow pointing up.
3. Threaded knockout holes are provided for the sides of the box for inch
and inch conduit adapter. Knockout holes in the back of the box can
be used for inch and inch rear entry.
4. To remove the inch knockout, we recommend you use a flat head screwdriver ,place the blade of the flat head screwdriver in the inner edge of the
knockout. Strike the screwdriver as you work you way around as shown in
Figure 9.
To remove the inch knockout place the blade of the screwdriver along
the outer edge and work your way around the knockout as you strike the
screwdriver, as shown in Figure 9.
NOTE: For both in. and in. installation, use caution not to strike the
knockout near the top edge of the wall version of the surface mount back box.
5. V500 and V700 raceway knockouts are also provided. Use V500 for low
profile applications and V700 for high profile applications.
6. To remove the knockout turn pliers up, as shown in Figure 9.

7. Attach the mounting plate to the surface mount back box using the four
unpainted screws, as shown in Figure 8.
8. Follow steps 2-6 of the mounting indoor wall or ceiling products to wire
and attach the product.
NOTE: For Outdoor Mounting Installation see included Outdoor Mounting Installation Document(I56-3222).
FIGURE 7. MOUNTING:
4-wire mounting plate

2-wire mounting plate

A0369-00

A0348-00

FIGURE 8. SURFACE MOUNT BACK BOX MOUNTING:


WALL
CEILING

A0462-00
A0463-00

FIGURE 9. KNOCKOUT REMOVAL FOR SURFACE MOUNT BACK BOX:


INCH

wire mold removal

A0466-00
A0465-01

INCH

Please refer to insert for the Limitations of Fire Alarm Systems


WARNING
THE LIMITATIONS OF HORN/STROBES
The horn and/or strobe will not work without power. The horn/strobe gets its power
from the fire/security panel monitoring the alarm system. If power is cut off for any reason, the horn/strobe will not provide the desired audio or visual warning.
The horn may not be heard. The loudness of the horn meets (or exceeds) current
Underwriters Laboratories standards. However, the horn may not alert a sound sleeper or
one who has recently used drugs or has been drinking alcoholic beverages. The horn may
not be heard if it is placed on a different floor from the person in hazard or if placed too
far away to be heard over the ambient noise such as traffic, air conditioners, machinery
or music appliances that may prevent alert persons from hearing the alarm. The horn
may not be heard by persons who are hearing impaired.
NOTE: Strobes must be powered continuously for horn operation.

The signal strobe may not be seen. The electronic visual warning signal uses an extremely
reliable xenon flash tube. It flashes at least once every second. The strobe must not be
installed in direct sunlight or areas of high light intensity (over 60 foot candles) where the
visual flash might be disregarded or not seen. The strobe may not be seen by the visually
impaired.
The signal strobe may cause seizures. Individuals who have positive photoic response to
visual stimuli with seizures, such as persons with epilepsy, should avoid prolonged exposure
to environments in which strobe signals, including this strobe, are activated.
The signal strobe cannot operate from coded power supplies. Coded power supplies
produce interrupted power. The strobe must have an uninterrupted source of power in order to operate correctly. System Sensor recommends that the horn and signal strobe always
be used in combination so that the risks from any of the above limitations are minimized.

THREE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY


System Sensor warrants its enclosed product to be free from defects in materials and
workmanship under normal use and service for a period of three years from date of
manufacture. System Sensor makes no other express warranty for this product. No agent,
representative, dealer, or employee of the Company has the authority to increase or alter
the obligations or limitations of this Warranty. The Companys obligation of this Warranty
shall be limited to the replacement of any part of the product which is found to be defective in materials or workmanship under normal use and service during the three year
period commencing with the date of manufacture. After phoning System Sensors toll
free number 800-SENSOR2 (736-7672) for a Return Authorization number, send defective units postage prepaid to: System Sensor, Returns Department, RA #__________, 3825

Ohio Avenue, St. Charles, IL 60174. Please include a note describing the malfunction and
suspected cause of failure. The Company shall not be obligated to replace units which
are found to be defective because of damage, unreasonable use, modifications, or alterations occurring after the date of manufacture. In no case shall the Company be liable
for any consequential or incidental damages for breach of this or any other Warranty,
expressed or implied whatsoever, even if the loss or damage is caused by the Companys
negligence or fault. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This
Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary
from state to state.

FCC STATEMENT
SpectrAlert Strobes and Horn/Strobes have been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and

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can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation
of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which
case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

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2014 System Sensor

Notification

Series MPS Manual Pull Stations

MPS-100
MPS-200
Description:

Wheelock Series MPS non-coded Manual Pull Stations are


constructed of high quality, die-cast metal for long lasting
performance and may be mounted on a single gang backbox.
Available in either single or dual action configurations for
indoor or outdoor use with SPST contacts and terminal strip
connections. The normally open contact will close when the
pull station is activated and is rated for 30 VDC @ 1 amp and/
or 120 VAC @ 1 amp. The contacts are gold plated to avoid the
risk of corrosion.
The single action explosion-proof model Series MPS-400X is UL
Listed and Factory Mutual approved for use in Class I, Division
I, Groups B, C and D; Class II, Groups E, F and G; and Class
III hazardous environments. It also has a marine rating and is
approved for NEMA-4X applications. MPS Pull Stations are
NEMA-3R listed when mounted to the MPS-WP weatherproof
back box.
All models are painted red with raised white lettering and a
locking mechanism to prevent unauthorized reset.

Features:
Approvals Include: UL Standard, Factory Mutual (FM),
California State Fire Marshal (CSFM) and New York City
(MEA)
Single or Dual Action
Key Reset
Terminal Strip Connections
Corrosion resistant, gold plated SPST contacts
Mounts on single gang backbox
Surface and Weatherproof backboxes available
Plastic breakrod
High-gloss red enamel finish with raised white lettering

Operation:
The Series MPS is operated by pulling the handle on the front of
the station as far down as it will go, at which point the handle locks
into place and is easily visible from up to 50 feet. The handle is
reset by opening the station with a key, placing the handle in the
normal upright position and relocking the station.
On dual action models (not shown), the push bar rotates inward
allowing the Pull handle to be grasped in a one handed motion.

Specification and Ordering Information:


Model
Number

Order
Code

MPS-100

8400

SPST, Single Action, Terminals, Key Reset

MPS-ISB, MPS-WP

MPS-200*

8401

SPST, Double Action, Terminals, Key Reset

MPS-ISB, MPS-WP

MPS-400X

8403

Explosion Proof, Single Action, Key Reset

(Backbox provided)

MPS-ISB

8404

Interior Surface Backbox, Red

MPS-WP

8405

Weatherproof Backbox with Gasket Assembly

MPS-RODS

8406

Scored Acrylic Breakrods (dozen)

Description

* Consult Customer Service for Availability


Copyright 2004 Wheelock, Inc. All rights reserved.

UL

THE CITY OF
NEW YORK

DEPARTMENT OF BUILDINGS

151.92-E 7150-0785:153

MPS-400X

Mounting Options

Architects and Engineers Specifications


The non-coded Manual Pull Stations shall be Wheelock Series MPS Single Action, Double Action or approved equals. They
shall be constructed of a rugged die-cast metal housing with key reset and corrosion resistant, gold plated single or double
pole, single or double throw contacts. The wiring connections shall be made via a terminal strip and the unit shall mount to a
single gang backbox and when Weatherproof Manual Pull Stations are required, the backbox shall be the Wheelock Series
MPS-WP Backbox with Gasket Assembly. MPS Pull Stations shall be NEMA-3R listed when mounted to the MPS-WP
weatherproof back box.
The Series MPS-400X shall be installed in installations that require Explosion Proof, Marine or NEMA 4X rated initiating devices.
Temperature rating -40F to 150F.
MPS-ISB dimensions shall be 4-3/4H x 3-1/4 W x 2-1/4D.
NOTE: All CAUTIONS and WARNINGS are identified by the symbol

. All warnings are printed in bold capital letters.

WARNING: PLEASE READ THESE SPECIFICATIONS AND ASSOCIATED INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS (P84044 and P84045)
CAREFULLY BEFORE USING, SPECIFYING OR APPLYING THIS PRODUCT. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH ANY OF THESE
INSTRUCTIONS, CAUTIONS OR WARNINGS COULD RESULT IN IMPROPER APPLICATION,INSTALLATION AND/OR OPERATION OF
THESE PRODUCTS IN AN EMERGENCY SITUATION, WHICH COULD RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, AND SERIOUS INJURY OR
DEATH TO YOU AND/OR OTHERS.

MPS-400X

Wiring Diagrams

FROM PRECEDING PULL


STATION OR FACP

MPS-100/200
PULL

FROM PRECEDING PULL


STATION OR
FACP

TO NEXT PULL
STATION OR
EOLR

TO NEXT PULL STATION OR


EOLR

Wheelock products must be used within their published specifications and must be PROPERLY specified, applied, installed, operated, maintained and operationally tested in accordance with their installation instructions at the time of installation and at least twice
a year or more often and in accordance with local, state and federal codes, regulations and laws. Specification, application, installation, operation, maintenance and testing must be performed by qualified personnel for proper operation in accordance with all of the
latest National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Underwriters Laboratories (UL), National Electrical Code (NEC), Occupational
Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), local, state, county, province, district, federal and other applicable building and fire standards, guidelines, regulations, laws and codes including, but not limited to, all appendices and amendments and the requirements of
the local authority having jurisdiction (AHJ).
NOTE: Due to continuous development of our products, specifications and offerings are subject to change without notice in accordance with
Wheelock, Inc. standard terms and conditions

WE ENCOURAGE AND SUPPORT NICET CERTIFICATION


3 YEAR WARRANTY
S5008 MPS 06/11
NJ Location
273 Branchport Ave.
Long Branch, NJ 07740
P: 800-631-2148
F: 732-222-8707
www.coopernotification.com
Cooper Notification is

Notification

Fire Alarm Cables


Our Fire Alarm Cables are manufactured
in a wide variety of gauge sizes, shielding
configurations and jacketing materials
including plenum, riser and general purpose.
Genesis also manufactures fire alarm cables
that meet the requirements of New York City
Local Law 5 and New York State Toxicity
requirements.
Features:
Countdown or sequential footage markings
New labeling system on boxes
Color coded boxes
Zone and room markings
Article 760:
The scope of this article covers the installation of wiring
and equipment of fire alarm systems including all circuits
controlled and powered by the fire alarm system. These
include fire detection and alarm notification, guards
tour, sprinkler waterflow and sprinkler supervisory
systems. Circuits controlled and powered by the fire
alarm system include circuits for the control of building
systems safety functions, elevator capture, elevator
shutdown, door release, smoke doors and damper
control, fire doors and damper control and fan
shutdown. Applicable only where these circuits are
powered by and controlled by the fire alarm system.
Fire Power Limited Cable:
Type FPL, FPLR, FPLP

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Fire Alarm Cables Unshielded


Construction:
Non-Plenum
Conductors
PP

Insulation
Jacket
Colors

PVC

Plenum
Direct Burial
Bare Copper
Low-Smoke PVC
SRPVC
Conductor Color Code Chart 4
Low-Smoke PVC
PVC
Red, White
Black

Features:
Sunlight Resistant (Except Plenum)

Popular Packaging:
Pull Box 500', 1000'
Reel 500', 1000'
Consult factory for other packaging options

22 AWG UNSHIELDED
# COND

STR/SOL

DC RESISTANCE
(OHMS)

NOM. CAP.
(PF/FT)

NOM. O.D.
(IN)

AVG. WT.
PER MFT (LBS)

15
15
15
15
15

0.122
0.144
0.156
0.182
0.188

15
19
24
31
37

4101
4102
4103
4104
4105

15
15
15
15
15

0.122
0.144
0.156
0.182
0.188

15
19
25
30
36

4301
4302
4303
4304
4305

0.144
0.182
0.188

21
33
38

4502
4504
4505

PART #

GENERAL PURPOSE FPL LISTED


4
6
8
10
12

SOL
SOL
SOL
SOL
SOL

17.0
17.0
17.0
17.5
17.0

Unshielded

RISER RATED FPLR, CL2R, C(UL), FT4 LISTED

Conventional

4
6
8
10
12

SOL
SOL
SOL
SOL
SOL

F
F
F
F

PLENUM RATED FPLP, CL2P, C(UL), FT6 LISTED


6
10
12

SOL
SOL
SOL

Fire Alarm

^
A Not twisted
F Consult factory for availability

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17.0
17.0
17.0
17.0

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17.0
17.0
17.0

22
22
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Fire Alarm Cables Unshielded (continued)
18 AWG UNSHIELDED
# COND

STR/SOL

DC RESISTANCE
(OHMS)

NOM. CAP.
(PF/FT)

NOM. O.D.
(IN)

AVG. WT.
PER MFT (LBS)

20
20
20
20
20

0.134
0.170
0.192
0.208
0.244

17
29
41
52
68

4106
4107
4108
4109
4110

19
19
19
19
19

0.138
0.174
0.187
0.208
0.244

17
34
44
54
67

4306
4307
4308
4309
4310

PART #

GENERAL PURPOSE FPL LISTED


2
4
6
8
10

SOL
SOL
SOL
SOL
SOL

6.5
6.5
6.32
6.5
6.5

A
C
C
C

RISER RATED FPLR, CL2R, C(UL), FT4 LISTED


2
4
6
8
10

SOL
SOL
SOL
SOL
SOL

6.5
6.5
6.5
6.5
6.5

C
C
C

PLENUM RATED FPLP, CL2P, C(UL), FT6 LISTED


2
4
6

SOL
SOL
SOL

6.5
6.5
6.5

24
24
24

0.134
0.156
0.192

19
32
45

4506
4507
4508

6.5
6.5
6.5
6.5

19
19
19
19

0.260
0.295
0.345
0.375

37
59
76
95

4156
4157
4158
4159

DIRECT BURIAL FPL LISTED


STR
STR
STR
STR

C
C
C

Unshielded

2
4
6
8

Conventional

Fire Alarm

^
A Not twisted
C Reels only

Call 1-800-222-0060 for more information.

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Fire Alarm Cables Unshielded (continued)


Construction:
Non-Plenum
Conductors
PP

Insulation
Jacket
Colors

PVC

Plenum
Direct Burial
Bare Copper
Low-Smoke PVC
SRPVC
Conductor Color Code Chart 4
Low-Smoke PVC
PVC
Red, White
Black

Features:
Sunlight Resistant
(Except Plenum)
Popular Packaging:
Pull Box 500', 1000'
Reel 500', 1000'
Consult factory for other
packaging options

16 AWG UNSHIELDED
# COND

STR/SOL

DC RESISTANCE
(OHMS)

NOM. CAP.
(PF/FT)

NOM. O.D.
(IN)

AVG. WT.
PER MFT (LBS)

20
20

0.154
0.180

24
43

4111
4112

20
20

0.160
0.184

24
43

4311
4312

27
27

0.154
0.180

26
47

4511
4512

21

0.282

45

4151

PART #

GENERAL PURPOSE FPL LISTED


2
4

SOL
SOL

4.15
4.15

RISER RATED FPLR, CL2R, C(UL), FT4 LISTED


2
4

SOL
SOL

4.919
4.150

PLENUM RATED FPLP, CL2P, C(UL), FT6 LISTED

Unshielded

2
SOL
4.19
4
SOL
4.05
DIRECT BURIAL FPL LISTED
2

STR

Conventional

Fire Alarm

^
C Reels only

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Fire Alarm Cables Unshielded (continued)
14 AWG UNSHIELDED
NOM. O.D.
(IN)

AVG. WT.
PER MFT (LBS)

2
SOL
2.6
22
4
SOL
2.6
22
RISER RATED FPLR, CL2R, C(UL), FT4 LISTED

0.182
0.214

35
64

4113
4114

2
SOL
2.54
22
4
SOL
2.54
22
PLENUM RATED FPLP, CL2P, C(UL) FT6 LISTED

0.184
0.214

37
65

4313
4314

2
SOL
2.5
4
SOL
2.5
DIRECT BURIAL FPL, CL2 LISTED

27
27

0.182
0.214

38
68

4513
4514

2.5
2.5

23
23

0.310
0.355

60
102

4153
4154

DC RESISTANCE
(OHMS)

NOM. CAP.
(PF/FT)

NOM. O.D.
(IN)

AVG. WT.
PER MFT (LBS)

22

0.214

52

4115

22

0.214

55

4315

0.214

55

4515

# COND

STR/SOL

DC RESISTANCE
(OHMS)

NOM. CAP.
(PF/FT)

PART #

GENERAL PURPOSE FPL LISTED

2
4

STR
STR

12 AWG UNSHIELDED
# COND

STR/SOL

PART #

SOL

1.6

RISER RATED FPLR, CL2R, C(UL), FT4 LISTED


2

SOL

2.54

PLENUM RATED FPLP, CL2P, C(UL), FT6 LISTED


2

SOL

1.6

30

Unshielded

GENERAL PURPOSE FPL LISTED

Conventional

Fire Alarm

^
C Reels only

Call 1-800-222-0060 for more information.

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Fire Alarm Cables Overall Shielded


Construction:
Non-Plenum

Plenum
Bare Copper
Al/Mylar with Drain Wire
PP
Low-Smoke PVC
Conductor Color Code Chart 4
PVC
Low-Smoke PVC
Red, White

Conductors
Shield
Insulation
Jacket
Colors

Features:
Sunlight Resistant (Except Plenum)

Popular Packaging:
Pull Box 500', 1000'
Reel 500', 1000'
Consult factory for other packaging options

22 AWG SHIELDED
# COND

STR/SOL

DC RESISTANCE
(OHMS)

NOM. CAP.
(PF/FT)

NOM. O.D.
(IN)

AVG. WT.
PER MFT (LBS)

PART #

31

0.124

17

4201

31

0.126

16

4401

GENERAL PURPOSE FPL LISTED

Overall Shielded (OAS)

Conventional

Fire Alarm

SOL

RISER RATED FPLR, CL2R, C(UL), FT4 LISTED


4

SOL

17.5

PLENUM RATED FPLP, CL2P, C(UL), FT6 LISTED


4

SOL

17.0

53

0.126

18

4601

DC RESISTANCE
(OHMS)

NOM. CAP.
(PF/FT)

NOM. O.D.
(IN)

AVG. WT.
PER MFT (LBS)

PART #

42
42
42
42

0.138
0.160
0.196
0.212

20
31
50
57

4202
4203
4204
4205

42
42
42
42

0.138
0.163
0.196
0.212

21
32
46
56

4402
4403
4404
4405

0.140
0.168
0.196

22
35
50

4602
4603
4604

18 AWG SHIELDED
# COND

STR/SOL

GENERAL PURPOSE FPL LISTED


2
SOL
6.5
4
SOL
6.5
6
SOL
6.5
8
SOL
6.5

C
C

RISER RATED FPLR, CL2R, C(UL), FT4 LISTED


2
4
6
8

SOL
SOL
SOL
SOL

6.5
6.5
6.5
6.5

C
C

PLENUM RATED FPLP, CL2P, C(UL), FT6 LISTED


2
4
6

SOL
SOL
SOL

C Reels only

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6.5
6.5
6.5

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Article 760
Fire Alarm Cables Overall Shielded (continued)
16 AWG SHIELDED
# COND

STR/SOL

DC RESISTANCE
(OHMS)

NOM. CAP.
(PF/FT)

NOM. O.D.
(IN)

AVG. WT.
PER MFT (LBS)

46
46

0.158
0.186

29
49

4206
4207

46
46

0.158
0.190

31
49

4406
4407

4606
4607

PART #

GENERAL PURPOSE FPL LISTED


2
4

SOL
SOL

4.1
4.1

RISER RATED FPLR, CL2R, C(UL), FT4 LISTED


2
4

SOL
SOL

4.1
4.1

PLENUM RATED FPLP, CL2P, C(UL), FT4 LISTED


2
4

SOL
SOL

4.05
4.05

77
77

0.158
0.186

35
52

DC RESISTANCE
(OHMS)

NOM. CAP.
(PF/FT)

NOM. O.D.
(IN)

AVG. WT.
PER MFT (LBS)

52
52

0.186
0.218

40
67

4208
4209

52
52

0.192
0.218

42
72

4408
4409

0.186
0.218

44
75

4608
4609

# COND

STR/SOL

PART #

GENERAL PURPOSE FPL LISTED


2
4

SOL
SOL

2.54
2.54

RISER RATED FPLR, CL2R, C(UL), FT4 LISTED


2
4

SOL
SOL

2.54
2.54

PLENUM RATED FPLP, CL2P, C(UL), FT6 LISTED


2
4

SOL
SOL

2.5
2.5

86
86

Overall Shielded (OAS)

14 AWG SHIELDED

# COND

STR/SOL

DC RESISTANCE
(OHMS)

NOM. CAP.
(PF/FT)

NOM. O.D.
(IN)

AVG. WT.
PER MFT (LBS)

56

0.218

59

4210

56

0.218

60

4410

0.218

63

4610

PART #

GENERAL PURPOSE FPL LISTED


2

SOL

1.6

RISER RATED FPLR, CL2R, C(UL), FT4 LISTED


2

SOL

1.65

PLENUM RATED FPLP, CL2P, C(UL), FT6 LISTED


2

SOL

1.6

96

^
Fire Alarm

12 AWG SHIELDED

Conventional

C Reels only

Call 1-800-222-0060 for more information.

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Alarm Cables Zipcord


Construction:
Solid Bare Copper Conductors
PVC Insulation
Parallel Zip Construction
Jacket Colors: Red, White
Features:
Sunlight Resistant
One Conductor Ribbed for Polarity
Popular Packaging:
Pull Box 500', 1000'
Reel 500', 1000
Consult factory for other packaging options

AWG

# COND

STR/SOL

DC RESISTANCE
(OHMS)

NOM. CAP.
(PF/FT)

NOM. O.D.
(IN)

AVG. WT.
PER MFT (LBS)

PART #

17
17

0.105 x 0.217
0.129 x 0.273

18
39

4002
4004

17
17
17
17

0.088 x 0.196
0.094 x 0.200
0.107 x 0.220
0.124 x 0.250

18
26
37
52

4422
4423
4424
4425

GENERAL PURPOSE FPL, C(UL), CMG LISTED


18
14

2
2

SOL
SOL

6.4
2.54

RISER RATED FPLR, CL2R, C(UL), FT4 LISTED


2
2
2
2

SOL
SOL
SOL
SOL

Zipcord

18
16
14
12

Fire Alarm

^
C Reels only

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6.5
4.05
2.54
1.6

C
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Article 760

Fire Alarm Cables Unshielded Mid. Capacitance


Construction:
Solid Bare Copper Conductors
Polypropylene Insulation
PVC Jacket
Conductor Color Code Chart 4
Jacket Colors: Red
Popular Packaging:
Pull Box 500', 1000'
Reel 500', 1000'
Consult factory for other packaging options

Features:
Sunlight Resistant

AWG

# COND

STR/SOL

DC RESISTANCE
(OHMS)

NOM. CAP.
(PF/FT)

NOM. O.D.
(IN)

AVG. WT.
PER MFT (LBS)

PART #

0.144
0.170
0.208
0.256

19
26
38
60

4431
4432
4433
4434

NOM. O.D.
(IN)

AVG. WT.
PER MFT (LBS)

PART #

0.148
0.187
0.212
0.260

21
32
43
48

4441
4442
4443
4444

RISER RATED FPLR, CL2R, C(UL), FT4 LISTED


18
16
14
12

2
2
2
2

SOL
SOL
SOL
SOL

6.25
4.07
2.57
1.60

15
17
19
22

C
C
CF

Features:
Sunlight Resistant

AWG

# COND

Popular Packaging:
Pull Box 500', 1000'
Reel 500', 1000'
Consult factory for other packaging options

STR/SOL

DC RESISTANCE
(OHMS)

NOM. CAP.
(PF/FT)

RISER RATED FPLR, CL2R, C(UL), FT4 LISTED


18
16
14
12

2
2
2
2

SOL
SOL
SOL
SOL

6.32
4.07
2.54
1.60

34
38
41
48

C
F
C

^
Fire Alarm

Construction:
Solid Bare Copper Conductors
Aluminum/Mylar Overall Shield with Drain Wire
Polypropylene Insulation
PVC Jacket
Conductor Color Code Chart 4
Jacket Colors: Red

Mid. Capacitance

Fire Alarm Cables Shielded Mid. Capacitance

C Reels only
F Consult factory for availability

Call 1-800-222-0060 for more information.

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Fire Alarm Cables Unshielded NYC Local Law 5


Construction:
Solid Bare Copper Conductors
Fluoropolymer Insulation and Jacket
Conductor Color Code Chart 4
Jacket Colors: Red
Popular Packaging:
Pull Box 500', 1000'
Reel 500', 1000'
Consult factory for other packaging options

AWG

# PAIRS

STR/SOL

DC RESISTANCE
(OHMS)

NOM. CAP.
(PF/FT)

NOM. O.D.
(IN)

AVG. WT.
PER MFT (LBS)

PART #

6.32
6.32
4.07
4.07
2.54
2.54
1.60

45
45
55
55
60
60
65

0.198
0.312
0.214
0.345
0.244
0.374
0.272

26
47
36
62
47
87
67

5500
5501
5502
5503
5504
5506
5505

NYC LL5, FPLP LISTED


18
18
16
16
14
14
12

1
2
1
2
1
2
1

SOL
SOL
SOL
SOL
SOL
SOL
SOL

F
F

Fire Alarm Cables Shielded NYC Local Law 5


Construction:
Solid Bare Copper Conductors
Aluminum/Mylar Overall Shield with Drain Wire
Fluoropolymer Insulation and Jacket
Conductor Color Code Chart 4
Jacket Colors: Red

NYC LL5

Popular Packaging:
Pull Box 500', 1000'
Reel 500', 1000'
Consult factory for other packaging options

Fire Alarm

AWG

# PAIRS

STR/SOL

NOM. CAP.
(PF/FT)

NOM. O.D.
(IN)

AVG. WT.
PER MFT (LBS)

PART #

6.32
6.32
4.07
4.07
2.54
2.54
1.60

80
80
100
100
110
110
130

0.202
0.316
0.215
0.343
0.243
0.398
0.276

28
51
42
71
51
93
75

5550
5551
5552
5553
5554
5555
5556

NYC LL5, FPLP LISTED


18
18
16
16
14
14
12

1
2
1
2
1
2
1

SOL
SOL
SOL
SOL
SOL
SOL
SOL

F Consult factory for availability

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F

F
F

Vibra Trol
BVT Series - VibraClamp

Easy one tool installation.


Temperature Range:
-40F (-40C) to +300F (148.9C)
Dampens vibration and noise.
Eliminates galvanic corrosion due to
metal to metal contact.
Resists most industrial oils and solvents.
Secures tubing firmly to strut channel.

Design
Load 1
Design
Load 2

B
INE
B-L150 .P
BVP/2.I
1 1

Design
Load 3

O.D. Size

Pipe Size

Dimensions
B

in.

(mm)

in.

(mm)

in.

(mm)

in.

(mm)

in.

(mm)

Lbs.

(kg)

BVT025

1/4"

(6.3)

1/8"

(3)

1.22"

(30.9)

0.19"

(4.8)

0.49"

(12.4)

.11

(.05)

BVT037

3/8"

(9.5)

1/4"

(6)

1.36"

(34.5)

0.25"

(6.3)

0.61"

(15.5)

.12

(.05)

BVT050

1/2"

(12.7)

3/8"

(10)

1.49"

(37.8)

0.31"

(7.8)

0.74"

(18.8)

.14

(.06)

BVT062

5/8"

(15.9)

1/2"

(15)

1.62"

(41.1)

0.38"

(9.6)

0.86"

(21.8)

.15

(.07)

BVT075

3/4"

(19.0)

5/8"

(17)

1.87"

(47.4)

0.50"

(12.7)

1.15"

(29.2)

.19

(.08)

BVT087

7/8"

(22.2)

3/4"

(20)

2.00"

(50.8)

0.56"

(14.2)

1.27"

(32.2)

.21

(.09)

BVT112

11/8"

(28.6)

1"

(25)

2.25"

(57.1)

0.69"

(17.5)

1.52"

(38.6)

.26

(.12)

BVT137

13/8"

(34.9)

11/4"

(32)

2.51"

(63.7)

0.81"

(20.6)

1.78"

(45.2)

.38

(.17)

BVT162

15/8"

(41.3)

11/2"

(40)

3.00"

(76.2)

1.00"

(25.4)

2.20"

(55.9)

.40

(.18)

BVT212

21/8"

(54.0)

2"

(50)

3.52"

(89.4)

1.25"

(31.7)

2.70"

(68.6)

.55

(.25)

BVT262

25/8"

(66.6)

21/2"

(65)

4.02"

(102.1)

1.50"

(38.1)

3.20"

(81.3)

.55

(.25)

BVT312

31/8"

(79.4)

3"

(80)

4.53"

(115.0)

1.75"

(44.4)

3.70"

(93.9)

.64

(.29)

BVT362

35/8"

(92.1)

31/2"

(90)

5.05"

(128.2)

2.00"

(50.8)

4.23"

(107.4)

.76

(.34)

BVT412

41/8"

(104.8)

4"

(100)

5.55"

(140.9)

2.25"

(57.1)

4.73"

(120.1)

.93

(.42)

BVT612

61/8"

(155.5)

6"

(150)

7.62"

(193.5)

3.25"

(82.5)

6.74"

(171.1)

1.36

(.61)

Design Load
1

Design Load
2

Wt.
Each

Part
No.

Design Load
3

Vibra Trol

Part
No.

Lbs.

(kN)

Lbs.

(kN)

Lbs.

(kN)

BVT025

400

(1.78)

50

(0.22)

50

(0.22)

BVT037

400

(1.78)

50

(0.22)

50

(0.22)

BVT050

400

(1.78)

50

(0.22)

50

(0.22)

BVT062

400

(1.78)

50

(0.22)

50

(0.22)

BVT075

600

(2.67)

75

(0.33)

75

(0.33)

BVT087

600

(2.67)

75

(0.33)

75

(0.33)

BVT112

600

(2.67)

75

(0.33)

75

(0.33)

BVT137

600

(2.67)

75

(0.33)

75

(0.33)

BVT162

800

(3.56)

125

(0.55)

125

(0.55)

BVT212

800

(3.56)

125

(0.55)

125

(0.55)

BVT262

800

(3.56)

125

(0.55)

125

(0.55)

BVT312

800

(3.56)

125

(0.55)

125

(0.55)

BVT362

1000

(4.45)

200

(0.67)

150

(0.67)

BVT412

1000

(4.45)

200

(0.67)

150

(0.67)

BVT612

1000

(4.45)

200

(0.67)

150

(0.67)

All dimensions in charts and on drawings are in inches. Dimensions shown in parentheses are in millimeters unless otherwise specified.

269

Pipe Hangers & Supports

Vibra Trol
BVP Series - VibraClamp
Easy one tool installation.
Temperature Range:
-40F (-40C) to +300F (148.9C)
Dampens vibration and noise.
Eliminates galvanic corrosion due to
metal to metal contact.
Resists most industrial oils and solvents.
Secures pipe firmly to strut channel.

Design
Load 1
A

Design
Load 2

INE
B-L150 .P
BVP/2.I
1 1

Design
Load 3

BVP025
BVP037
BVP050

O.D. Size

Pipe Size

in.

0.540"
0.675"
0.875"

Dimensions
B

Wt.
Each

(mm)

in.

(mm)

in.

(mm)

in.

(mm)

in.

(mm)

Lbs.

(kg)

(13.7)

1/4"

(6)

1.61"

(39.9)

0.37"

(9.4)

0.87"

(22.1)

.15

(.07)

(17.1)

3/8"

(10)

1.86"

(47.2)

0.50"

(12.7)

1.15"

(29.2)

.18

(.08)

(22.2)

1/2"

(15)

1.99"

(50.5)

0.56"

(14.2)

1.27"

(32.3)

.20

(.09)

BVP075

1.050"

(26.7)

3/4"

(20)

2.25"

(57.1)

0.69"

(17.5)

1.52"

(38.6)

.21

(.09)

BVP100

1.312"

(33.3)

1"

(25)

2.51"

(63.8)

0.81"

(20.6)

1.77"

(45.0)

.20

(.09)

(42.2)

11/4"

(32)

3.00"

(76.2)

1.00"

(25.4)

2.21"

(56.1)

.36

(.16)

BVP125

1.660"

BVP150

1.900"

(48.3)

11/2"

(40)

3.21"

(81.5)

1.12"

(28.4)

2.41"

(61.2)

.40

(.18)

BVP200

2.375"

(60.3)

2"

(50)

3.77"

(95.8)

1.37"

(34.8)

2.96"

(75.2)

.45

(.20)

BVP250

2.875"

(73.0)

21/2"

(65)

4.28"

(108.7)

1.62"

(41.1)

3.46"

(87.9)

.54

(.24)

BVP300

3.500"

(88.9)

3"

(80)

5.05"

(128.3)

2.00"

(50.8)

4.24"

(107.7)

.81

(.37)

BVP350

4.000"

(101.6)

31/2"

(90)

5.55"

(140.9)

2.25"

(57.1)

4.74"

(120.3)

.87

(.39)

BVP400

4.500"

(114.3)

4"

(100)

6.05"

(153.7)

2.50"

(63.5)

5.24"

(133.1)

1.09

(.49)

BVP500

5.563"

(141.3)

5"

(125)

6.84"

(173.7)

3.00"

(76.2)

6.24"

(158.4)

1.36

(.61)

BVP600

6.625"

(168.3)

6"

(150)

8.24"

(209.3)

3.56"

(90.4)

7.36"

(186.9)

1.63

(.74)

Design Load
1

Design Load
2

Design Load
3

Part
No.

Lbs.

(kN)

Lbs.

(kN)

Lbs.

(kN)

BVP025

400

(1.78)

50

(0.22)

50

(0.22)

BVP037

600

(2.67)

75

(0.33)

75

(0.33)

BVP050

600

(2.67)

75

(0.33)

75

(0.33)

BVP075

600

(2.67)

75

(0.33)

75

(0.33)

BVP100

600

(2.67)

75

(0.33)

75

(0.33)

BVP125

800

(3.56)

125

(0.55)

125

(0.55)

BVP150

800

(3.56)

125

(0.55)

125

(0.55)

BVP200

800

(3.56)

125

(0.55)

125

(0.55)

BVP250

800

(3.56)

125

(0.55)

125

(0.55)

BVP300

1000

(4.45)

200

(0.89)

150

(0.67)

BVP350

1000

(4.45)

200

(0.89)

150

(0.67)

BVP400

1000

(4.45)

200

(0.89)

150

(0.67)

BVP500

1000

(4.45)

200

(0.89)

150

(0.67)

BVP600

1000

(4.45)

200

(0.89)

150

(0.67)

All dimensions in charts and on drawings are in inches. Dimensions shown in parentheses are in millimeters unless otherwise specified.

Pipe Hangers & Supports

270

Vibra Trol

Part
No.

ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION
FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM SYSTEM
PAGE No.
28 DE 28

DOCUMENT: PR-2016-003 - REV B

PART 4.0 - Annexes


4.4.

DRAWINGS

CUSTOMER: RAFAEL

REV: 0

LED
FIRST DETECTOR IN LOOP
LAST DETECTOR IN LOOP

I.S. SENSOR MODULE

XP-M
1

JUMPER

JUMPER

JUMPER

JUMPER

RETAINING RING

5
3

3
4
4

4.99 (12.67)

3
5

3
5

7
P11

3
5

7.55 (19.18)

5
3

4
4

POWER

2 WIRE

CLASS B
RECEIVING ZONE

7
P11

P11

P5

P5

P5

CHASSIS

JUNCTION BOX

GROUND
A2680

A2679

EOL
RESISTOR

A2687

GROUND LUG

INPUT
FROM
FACP
OR
PRIOR
DEVICE
+
-

OUTPUT
TO
NEXT
DEVICE
OR EOL
+
-

SPECTROALERT 2 WIRE DIAGRAM

6720wir1.wmf

FMM-101: Typical two-wire Style B


initiating device circuit configuration.

CONTROL
MODULE

CONTROL
MODULE

CONTROL
MODULE

CONTROL
MODULE

CONTROL
MODULE

RELAY COMMON 2

RELAY COMMON 2

RELAY COMMON 2

RELAY COMMON 2

RELAY COMMON 2

NORMALLY CLOSED 2

NORMALLY CLOSED 2

NORMALLY CLOSED 2

NORMALLY CLOSED 2

NORMALLY CLOSED 2

NORMALLY OPEN 2

NORMALLY OPEN 2

NORMALLY OPEN 2

NORMALLY OPEN 2

NORMALLY OPEN 2

RELAY COMMON 1

RELAY COMMON 1

RELAY COMMON 1

RELAY COMMON 1

RELAY COMMON 1

NORMALLY CLOSED 1

NORMALLY CLOSED 1

NORMALLY CLOSED 1

NORMALLY CLOSED 1

NORMALLY CLOSED 1

LOOP

ADDRESS

NORMALLY OPEN 1

LOOP

ADDRESS

NORMALLY OPEN 1

LOOP

ADDRESS

NORMALLY OPEN 1

LOOP

ADDRESS

NORMALLY OPEN 1

LOOP

ADDRESS

NORMALLY OPEN 1

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Strobe/Horn Current

IDC
IDC

Class B, Style B

Reg. 12 FWR

Reg. 24 VDC

Reg. 24 FWR

15cd

115

151

61

99

35cd

208

265

101

151

60/75cd

253

256

131

189

75cd

NA

NA

145

207

95cd

NA

NA

176

242

110cd

NA

NA

196

267

NOTE: To use a
common power supply

IDC

between multiple XP6MA modules, connect


a long power supply
jumper from T5 (or
T6) to T5 (or T6) on
the adjacent XP6-MA
module.

POWER TO THE NEXT INTERFACE MODULE


MUST BE EXTERNALLY SWITCHED TO RESET
THE DETECTORS. AN FRM-1 RELAY CONTROL
MODULE CAN BE USED TO SWITCH POWER
FROM A STANDARD POWER SUPPLY.
SEE FIGURE 3.

Max. RMS Operating Current (mA RMS)


Reg. 12 VDC

PARA ABRIR

6 5/64 (154.4)

Light
Output

FIGURE 1:
Interface Two-Wire
Conventional

Note: For complete current draw information contact Potter technical support.

CONSUMO DE CORRIENTE
CAJA CUADRADA DE 4"X4"

5 (127)

2 5/16 (59)

POWER-LIMITED
& SUPERVISED

SELECCION DE POTENCIA DE
LA LUZ

DIMENSIONES

4 WIRE
2 WIRE

Part
No.

O.D. Size
(mm)
in.

Pipe Size

Dimensions
B

Wt.
Each

Design Load

Design Load

Design Load

Part

in.

(mm)

in.

(mm)

in.

(mm)

in.

(mm)

Lbs.

(kg)

Lbs.

(kN)

Lbs.

(kN)

Lbs.

(kN)

1/8"

(3)

1.22"

(30.9)

0.19"

(4.8)

0.49"

(12.4)

.11

(.05)

BVT025

400

(1.78)

50

(0.22)

50

(0.22)

No.

BVT025

1/4"

(6.3)

BVT037

3/8"

(9.5)

1/4"

(6)

1.36"

(34.5)

0.25"

(6.3)

0.61"

(15.5)

.12

(.05)

BVT037

400

(1.78)

50

(0.22)

50

(0.22)

BVT050

1/2"

(12.7)

3/8"

(10)

1.49"

(37.8)

0.31"

(7.8)

0.74"

(18.8)

.14

(.06)

BVT050

400

(1.78)

50

(0.22)

50

(0.22)

BVT062

5/8"

(15.9)

1/2"

(15)

1.62"

(41.1)

0.38"

(9.6)

0.86"

(21.8)

.15

(.07)

BVT062

400

(1.78)

50

(0.22)

50

(0.22)

BVT075

3/4"

(19.0)

5/8"

(17)

1.87"

(47.4)

0.50"

(12.7)

1.15"

(29.2)

.19

(.08)

BVT075

600

(2.67)

75

(0.33)

75

(0.33)

BVT087

7/8"

(22.2)

3/4"

(20)

2.00"

(50.8)

0.56"

(14.2)

1.27"

(32.2)

.21

(.09)

BVT087

600

(2.67)

75

(0.33)

75

(0.33)

BVT112

11/8"

(28.6)

1"

(25)

2.25"

(57.1)

0.69"

(17.5)

1.52"

(38.6)

.26

(.12)

BVT112

600

(2.67)

75

(0.33)

75

(0.33)

BVT137

13/8"

(34.9)

11/4"

(32)

2.51"

(63.7)

0.81"

(20.6)

1.78"

(45.2)

.38

(.17)

BVT137

600

(2.67)

75

(0.33)

75

(0.33)

BVT162

15/8"

(41.3)

11/2"

(40)

3.00"

(76.2)

1.00"

(25.4)

2.20"

(55.9)

.40

(.18)

BVT162

800

(3.56)

125

(0.55)

125

(0.55)

BVT212

21/8"

(54.0)

2"

(50)

3.52"

(89.4)

1.25"

(31.7)

2.70"

(68.6)

.55

(.25)

BVT212

800

(3.56)

125

(0.55)

125

(0.55)

BVT262

25/8"

(66.6)

21/2"

(65)

4.02"

(102.1)

1.50"

(38.1)

3.20"

(81.3)

.55

(.25)

BVT262

800

(3.56)

125

(0.55)

125

(0.55)

BVT312

31/8"

(79.4)

3"

(80)

4.53"

(115.0)

1.75"

(44.4)

3.70"

(93.9)

.64

(.29)

BVT312

800

(3.56)

125

(0.55)

125

(0.55)

BVT362

35/8"

(92.1)

31/2"

(90)

5.05"

(128.2)

2.00"

(50.8)

4.23"

(107.4)

.76

(.34)

BVT362

1000

(4.45)

200

(0.67)

150

(0.67)

BVT412

41/8"

(104.8)

4"

(100)

5.55"

(140.9)

2.25"

(57.1)

4.73"

(120.1)

.93

(.42)

BVT412

1000

(4.45)

200

(0.67)

150

(0.67)

61/8"

(155.5)

6"

(150)

7.62"

(193.5)

3.25"

(82.5)

6.74"

(171.1)

1.36

(.61)

1000

(4.45)

200

(0.67)

150

(0.67)

BVT612

BVT612

TO ALARM AND
MONITORING
PANEL

END OF
LINE
DEVICE
(Current
Limiting)

TO ALARM AND
MONITORING
PANEL

*Supplied by customer

27121, 28021 SERIES


(Normall Open)

Typical Fire Alarm System Method


2 WIRE

TO ALARM AND
MONITORING
PANEL

Figure 3:
System Wiring
27120, 28020 SERIES
(Normall Closed)

Typical Security System Method

SENSOR
COVER

SENSING CHAMBER
COVER AND SCREEN

COVER
REMOVAL TABS

SENSING
CHAMBER

A78-2747-03

FSP-851

6720wir1.wmf

FMM-101: Typical two-wire Style B


initiating device circuit configuration.

COMMUNICATION LINE
32 VDC Max.
SHIELDED-TWISTED PAIR
IS RECOMMENDED
(- )

(- )

(+)

(+)

TO NEXT
DEVICE

CONNECT MODULES TO LISTED COMPATIBLE


CONTROL PANELS ONLY
FROM PANEL OR
PREVIOUS DEVICE

6720mt2.wmf

CONTROL
MODULE

NORMALLY CLOSED 2

NORMALLY OPEN 2

RELAY COMMON 1

NORMALLY CLOSED 1
LOOP

NORMALLY OPEN 1

ADDRESS

IF ANY WIRING TO TERMINALS 3 - 9 IS NONPOWER


LIMITED, THE CB500 BARRIER IS REQUIRED. THE CB500
INCLUDES A NONPOWER LIMITED LABEL, WHICH MUST
BE PLACED OVER THE POWER LIMITED TERMINAL
INFORMATION ON THE NAMEPLATE LABEL.
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MODULE DOES NOT SUPERVISE CONTROLLED CIRCUITS

FMM-101: Typical two-wire Style B


initiating device circuit configuration.
A78-2286-09

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(+)

(- )

RELAY COMMON 2

MOUNTING DIAGRAMS
for standard-sized
modules