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FA404
4 Transmitter / Single Output Receiver
FA404R
4 Transmitter / Single Relay Output Receiver
Installation Instructions
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Important Notes
!"The FA404 is designed to be installed and maintained by professional
security technicians.
!"Unless specifically noted, Inovonics products are intended for indoor use.
This receiver is intended for use with indoor security systems. Use in
outdoor applications may impair performance.
!"Test system regularly.
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Overview:
FA404 and FA404R slave receivers fully supervise up to four wireless transmitters. The FA404 has open
collector Alarm and Fault outputs. The FA404R has Form-C Alarm and Fault relay outputs.
FA404R receiver
1
13.6V
ALARM
FAULT
GND
NC
Activated LED / Program point 1
Tampered LED / Program point 2
Low battery LED / Program point 3
Inactive point LED / Program point 4
COM
NO
NO
COM
NC
Output configuration selector
1
2 3 4
TX PGM
Transmitter programming button
Transmitter external contact selector
RESET/DEL
Reset / Delete button
Tx PGM
NO NC
Transmitter programming header
VALID
DECODE
DECODE
Valid decode LED
Decode LED
FA404 receiver
A
1
13.6V
T
2
B
3
I
4
GND
FAULT
COM
ALARM
NC
COM
1
2 3 4
NO
NO
Fault output
Alarm output
NC
TX PGM
RESET/DEL
Tx PGM
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NO NC
2
VALID
DECODE
DECODE
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Technical Specifications:
Dimensions (housing):
6.38" x 3.60" x 1.10"
Weight:
6.9 oz.
Environmental:
Operating temperature:
Relative Humidity:
32°-120°F (0°-50°C)
95% (non-condensing)
Electrical:
Power Requirement:
Power Consumption:
Typical:
FA404R output relay
11-14 VDC
130mA (max, relays activated)
40mA (quiescent)
Form C, 1A @ 28VDC, 0.5A @ 30VAC (resistive)
Type:
Operating frequency:
frequency-hopping spread spectrum
902-928 MHz
Receiver:
The VALID DECODE LED indicates transmissions from transmitters programmed to the receiver.
The receiver programs transmitters with the following fixed parameters:
•
No EOL resistor.
•
No Internal Contact. (The FA404 and FA404R will not support the FA200W or FA210W widegap
internal magnet contact.)
•
60-second supervisory check-in. (The transmitter sends a supervisory signal every 60 seconds. Some
transmitters check in at 150-second intervals.) The receiver, with a fixed 4-hour supervisory window,
will declare a programmed point inactive if no transmission is received during every 4 hour window.
•
The Fault Output is Latching for low battery or tamper faults. It is Follower for Inactive faults.
•
The Alarm Output is user-selectable to be follower, momentary, latching or toggle.
Note: FA transmitters have non-volatile memory. It is not necessary to reprogram transmitters after losing
power or changing batteries. Press the transmitter reset button to restore programming.
Installation:
Power: Supply power and ground to terminals marked 13.6V and GND on the terminal block.
Mounting: Use supplied hardware to attach FA404 or FA404R housing to wall or surface. To route wiring
out the back of the unit, use a small side cutter or utility knife to remove the knockout in the housing base.
Opening the housing:
Reset Button Access Cover:
Insert small screwdriver
in slot on left side. Hold cover
lightly while prying. Install by
inserting top latch and
snapping in at bottom.
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ACTIVATED
TAMPERED
LOW BATTERY
INACTIVE
Frequency Agile
Receiver
by Inovonics Corporation
3
Insert a small flat screwdriver
behind pry point indicator nubs
on top or bottom of the housing
cover (4 places). Gently pry or
twist the housing cover apart.
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Programming Alarm Output Configuration:
1)
Select alarm output trip options according to the following table. Set jumpers on the OUTPUT CONFIGURATION
SELECTOR as indicated.
Pins 1-2
Pins 3-4
Output Trip Mode
Off
Off
Follow
On
Off
Momentary
(Output will remain on for 4 to 10 seconds from last alarm transmission.
Output will stay on during continuous alarm transmissions.)
Off
On
Latch
On
On
Toggle
(After releasing the button allow at least 5 seconds between transmissions
to toggle devices on and off.)
WARNING: Do not use the FA404 toggle mode in applications requiring precision control or timing.
Programming transmitters:
1)
Select Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC) transmitter contact by positioning the jumper on the
receiver's 3-pin transmitter external contact selector.
2)
Plug programming cable to 3-pin TRANSMITTER PROGRAMMING HEADER on the receiver. Orientation of the cable
connnector to the header pins makes no difference.
3)
Press the TRANSMITTER PROGRAMMING BUTTON on the receiver. Hold for at least 1 second to select the
transmitter. The receiver goes into program mode. Continue pressing until the desired transmitter is selected (14). A flashing LED indicates that a point has not been previously programmed. Program mode ends as soon as
the transmitter is programmed or times out after 30 seconds.
4)
Connect the programming cable to 3-pin header on transmitter. Orientation of the connector to header pins does
not matter.
5)
Press the transmitter reset button for at least 2 seconds. (Refer to pages 6 and 7 for locations of transmitter
reset buttons.)
6)
If programming is successful, the program point LED will change from flashing to steady when the reset button is
released.
Note: Any combination of N/O or N/C transmitters can be programmed.
Replacing one transmitter with another:
1)
Before programming a new transmitter to a previously used point, delete the first transmitter as shown below.
2)
Pull the battery from the first transmitter to prevent it from continuing to transmit with the same point identification.
3)
WARNING: Inovonics strongly advises against using more than one transmitter per point. Discrete
supervision is lost and the possibility exists that alarm transmissions might be missed or cancelled by concurrent
restoral or supervisory signals from identically programmed transmitters.
Deleting a transmitter:
1)
Press the TRANSMITTER PROGRAMMING BUTTON on the receiver to select the transmitter point number.
2)
Press the RESET / DELETE BUTTON. This instructs the receiver that there is no longer a transmitter programmed to
the point. The LED will change from steady to flashing when the point is deleted.
NOTE: Transmitters which have been programmed to the receiver but which are subsequently removed or not
used must be deleted from the system to prevent occurrence of Inactive fault in 4 hours.
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Receiver Operation:
Output activation: The FA404 has N/O open collector Alarm and Fault outputs. Output is open relative to ground.
On activation, output pulls to common ground. The FA404R has Form C Alarm and Fault relay outputs. Output
activation is indicated by illumination of the ACTIVATED LED. Note: if a receiver is being connected to a normally
closed zone, the FA404R must be used.
Connection to hardwire panels: When an FA404 or FA404R receiver is used with a hardwire security panel, the
panel will typically supply power and ground to the receiver. When the ground supplied to the receiver is common
to the return loops of the hardwire panel, use one wire to connect each of the FA404 receiver outputs to the zone
input of the panel. Supervision resistors in N/O loops must be placed in parallel. Supervision resistance in N/C
loops must be in series. The examples below show typical connections of both the FA404 and the FA404R.
PANEL
FA404R, N/C configuration
PANEL
FA404R, N/O configuration
NOTE: GROUND AND
RETURNS ARE NOT
COMMON.
NOTE: GROUND AND
RETURNS ARE NOT
COMMON.
13.6V
13.6VDC
GROUND
13.6V
13.6VDC
GROUND
GND
GND
N/C
COM
ALARM
COM
N/C
FAULT ZONE RETURN
FAULT
ALARM ZONE
COM
ALARM
ALARM ZONE RETURN
FAULT
FAULT SUPERVISION ZONE
FAULT ZONE RETURN
COM
FAULT ZONE
N/O
ALARM ZONE
ALARM ZONE RETURN
N/O
N/C
EOL resistors, if required
for N/O configuration
N/O
N/O
N/C
EOL resistors, if required
for N/C configuration
FA404
PANEL
NOTE: GROUND AND
RETURNS ARE COMMON.
13.6V
13.6VDC
GROUND
GND
FAULT
ALARM
COM
N/O
FAULT SUPERVISION ZONE
RETURN
ALARM ZONE
N/C
COM
N/O
N/C
EOL resistors, if required
WARNING: To clear a latched fault or alarm, press RESET. Make sure that the receiver is not in program mode
or the transmitter will be deleted. Test all transmitters prior to leaving the site.
If the panel has N/O zones and can recognize 3 zone conditions (open=fault, short=alarm and EOL
resistance=normal), both the alarm and the fault outputs can be attached to the same zone as shown below.
PANEL
FA404R, 3-WAY CONFIGURATION
NOTE: GROUND AND
RETURNS ARE NOT
COMMON.
13.6V
13.6VDC
GROUND
GND
N/C
FAULT
N/O
ZONE INPUT
ALARM
COMMON
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COM
5
N/O
COM
N/C
Resistor provided with
hardwire panel
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FA200
Universal Transmitter
Frequency Agile Series Transmitters
FA200W
Universal Widegap Transmitter
Reset button
FA202
Smoke Detector
Reset button
Programming
Header
Reset Button
Programming
header
B a t t e ry
B a tte r y
Tamper switch
Programming
header
Widegap Magnet
not supported
by the FA404
Widegap
Tamper switch
reed switch
Battery terminals
Program contacts:
Typical battery life:
Battery type:
Switch trigger:
Dimensions:
N/O or N/C, as needed
3 years
4.5V alkaline battery pack
1.5 seconds, minimum
1.25" x 6.00" x 0.750"
FA203
Pendant Transmitter
Battery terminals
Program contacts:
Internal contact:
Typical battery life:
Battery type:
Switch trigger:
Dimensions:
N/O or N/C, as needed
not supported by FA404
3 years
4.5V alkaline battery pack
1.5 seconds, minimum
1.25" x 6.00" x 0.750"
FA204
Pendant Transmitter
Program contacts:
Typical battery life:
2 Batteries:
Dimensions:
N/C
1 year
3V lithium
6.0" Diameter
Note: Remove jumper to program,
replace jumper after programming.
FA205
Beltclip Transmitter
Reset button
Reset button
Programming header
3.0V
Program contacts:
Typical battery life:
Battery (or equivalent):
Dimensions:
Programming header
+ 3.0V
+
N/O
3-5 years
3.0V lithium Sanyo CR2
3.10" x 1.62" x 0.750"
* To extend battery life, actual check-in
interval of the FA203 is 2 to 3 times the
programmed value.
FA206S
PIR Motion Detector
3.0V
Programming
header
Reset button
Note: Remove battery cover to access
Reset Button and Programming Head
Program contacts:
Typical battery life:
Battery
Dimensions:
N/O
2 years
3.0V Sanyo LiMn CR14250
2.8" x 1.7" x 0.83"
FA206DS
PIR Motion Detector
Program contacts:
Typical battery life:
Battery (or equivalent):
Dimensions:
N/O
3-5 years
3.0V lithium Sanyo CR2
3.10" x 1.62" x 0.750"
* To extend battery life, actual check-in
interval of the FA205 is 2 to 3 times the
programmed value.
FA207
Glassbreak Detector
Programming header
(with tamper shunt)
Programming header
Reset button
+
Programming
header
Reset button
3.0V
Reset button
+
1-zone or 2-zone
detection header
+
3 .0 V
3.0V
Tamper switch
Sensitivity selector
Walk test LED
+
Battery
Tamper switch
Program contacts:
Typical battery life:
Battery:
Sleep after trip:
Dimensions:
N/C
2 years
3.0V lithium Duracell DL123A
90-103 seconds
3.75" x 2.88" x 2.40"
Mirror Optics
Program contacts:
Typical battery life:
Battery:
Sleep after trip:
Dimensions:
N/C
2 years
3.0V lithium DL123A
180 seconds
3.75" x 5.75" x 2.50"
Program contacts:
Typical battery life:
Battery:
Dimensions:
N/O
2 years
3.0V lithium DL123A
4.25" x 3.12" x 1.63"
Note: Remove jumper to program,
replace jumper after programming.
Note: Batteries are always supervised. Lithium batteries are capacity-tested at 18-hour intervals. Typical battery life is based on 60-second
check-in. The transmitter will deactivate 2 weeks after low battery is detected.Test weekly.
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FA209
Billtrap Transmitter
Frequency Agile Series Transmitters (Continued)
FA210W
FA210
Reduced-size
Reduced-size
Universal Widegap Transmitter
Universal Transmitter
Programming header
Reset button
+
Delay selector
3.0V
FA210W Widegap
Reed switches
Tamper switch
3V LITHIUM
3V LITHIUM
Tamper switch
Reset button
Program contacts:
Typical battery life:
Battery type:
Switch trigger:
Dimensions:
N/O or N/C, as needed
4 years
3.0V lithium DL123A
1.5 seconds, minimum
3.55" x 1.70" x 0.920"
Programming header
Program contacts:
Typical battery life:
Battery type (Qty. 2):
Dimensions:
Widegap Magnet
not supported
+
3.0V
by the FA404
N/O
1-2 years
3.0V lithium CR2450N
2.63" x 6.19" x 0.750"
Program contacts:
Internal contact:
Typical battery life:
Battery type:
Switch trigger:
Dimensions:
Reed switch
indicator
N/O or N/C, as needed
not supported by FA404
4 years
3.0V lithium DL123A
1.5 seconds, minimum
3.55" x 1.70" x 0.920"
3.0V
+
FA250
High PowerTransmitter
Tamper Switch
Reset Button
External contact
Terminals
Programming Header
Program contacts:
Typical battery life:
Battery type:
Switch trigger:
Dimensions:
N/O or N/C, as needed
1-2 years
3.0V lithium DL123A
1.5 seconds, minimum
1.25" x 6.00" x 0.750"
Note: Batteries are always supervised. Lithium batteries are capacity-tested at 18-hour intervals. Typical battery life is based on 60-second
check-in. The transmitter will deactivate 2 weeks after low battery is detected.Test weekly.
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Warranty & Disclaimer
Inovonics Wireless Corporation ("Inovonics") warrants its products ("Product" or "Products") to conform to its own
specifications and to be free of defects in materials and workmanship under normal use for a period of twenty-four (24)
months from the date of manufacture. Within the warranty period Inovonics will repair or replace, at its option, all or any
part of the warrantied product. Inovonics will not be responsible for dismantling and/or reinstallation charges. To
exercise the warranty, the User ("User", "Installer" or "Consumer") must be given a Return Material Authorization
("RMA") Number by Inovonics. Details of shipment will be arranged at that time.
This warranty does not apply in cases of improper installation, misuse, failure to follow installation and operating
instructions, alteration, abuse, accident or tampering, and repair by anyone other than Inovonics.
This warranty is exclusive and expressly in lieu of all other warranties, obligations or liabilities, whether written, oral,
express, or implied, including any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Inovonics will not be
liable to anyone for any consequential or incidental damages for breach of this warranty or any other warranties.
This warranty will not be modified, varied or extended. Inovonics does not authorize any person to act on its behalf to
modify, vary or extend this warranty. This warranty will apply to Inovonics Products only. All other products,
accessories or attachments used in conjunction with Inovonics equipment, including batteries, will be covered solely by
their own warranty, if any. Inovonics will not be liable for any direct, incidental or consequential damage or loss
whatsoever, caused by the malfunction of Product due to products, accessories, or attachments of other
manufacturers, including batteries, used in conjunction with Inovonics Products.
This warranty does not warrant the replacement of batteries that are used to power Inovonics Products.
The User recognizes that a properly installed and maintained security system may only reduce the risk of events such
as burglary, robbery, personal injury and fire. It does not insure or guarantee that there will be no death, personal
damage and/or damage to property as a result. Inovonics does not claim that the Product may not be
compromised and/or circumvented, or that the Product will prevent any death, personal and/or bodily injury
and/or damage to property resulting from burglary, robbery, fire or otherwise, or that the Product will in all
cases provide adequate warning or protection.
Inovonics shall have no liability for any death, injury or damage, however incurred, based on a claim that
Inovonics Products failed to function. However, if Inovonics is held liable, directly or indirectly, for any loss or
damage arising under this limited warranty or otherwise, regardless of cause or origin, Inovonics' maximum liability will
not in any case exceed the purchase price of the Product, which will be fixed as liquidated damages and not as a
penalty, and will be the complete and exclusive remedy against Inovonics.
!
!
Warning: The User should follow all installation, operation and maintenance instructions. The User is strongly
advised to conduct Product and systems tests at least once each week. Changes in environmental conditions, electric
or electronic disruptions and tampering, may cause the Product to not perform as expected.
Warning: Inovonics warrants its Product to the User. The User is responsible for exercising all due prudence and
taking necessary precautions for the safety and protection of lives and property wherever Inovonics Products are
installed. Inovonics strongly advises the User to program Products to be supervised whenever used in applications
affecting life safety. Users are warned that unsupervised devices are subject to undetected failure due to malfunction,
battery failure, tampering, or changes in environment.
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
Frequency Agile Receivers
from Inovonics:
FA401
FA401R
FA404
FA404R
FA416
FA416D
FA416R
FA416DR
FA464DR
Single Transmitter / Single Output
Single Transmitter / Single Relay Output
4-Transmitter / Single Output
4-Transmitter / Single Relay Output
16-Transmitter / 4-output
16-Transmitter / 4-output with display
16-Transmitter / 4-relay output
16-Transmitter / 4-relay output with display
64-Transmitter / 16-relay output with display
Receiver Accessories:
FA116
FA516
Executive Programmer for FA416 / FA464
Display module for FA416 and FA416R
Inovonics Wireless Corporation
315 CTC Blvd
Louisville CO 80027
(800)782-2709
FAX: (303)939-8977
E-MAIL: support@inovonics.com
www.inovonics.com
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