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AL600ULX Series - UL Listed, Multi-Agency
Approved Power Supply/Charger
Rev. 071402
Overview:
The AL600ULX is a power supply converts a 115 VAC / 60Hz input, to a 12VDC or a 24VDC output,
(see specifications). It is a base unit for a series of UL Listed multi-output power supply/chargers, including
AL600ULPD4, AL600ULPD4CB, AL600ULPD8, AL600ULPD8CB, AL600ULXPD16, AL600ULXPD16CB
(See instruction manuals for PD4/PD8 or PD4CB/PD8CB power distribution accessory modules as described in model
number/accessory chart below).
Model Number/Accessory Chart:
Model #
AL600ULX
AL600ULPD4
AL600ULPD8
AL600ULXPD16
AL600ULPD4CB
AL600ULPD8CB
AL600ULXPD16CB
Base Unit
AL600ULX
AL600ULX
AL600ULX
AL600ULX
AL600ULX
AL600ULX
AL600ULX
Accessory Modules
None
PD4UL
PD8UL
PD8UL
PD4CBUL
PD8CBUL
PD8CBUL
Quantity
1
1
2
1
1
2
Enclosure Dimension
13.5”H x 13”W x 3.25”D
13.5”H x 13”W x 3.25”D
13.5”H x 13”W x 3.25”D
15.5”H x 12”W x 4.5”D
13.5”H x 13”W x 3.25”D
13.5”H x 13”W x 3.25”D
15.5”H x 12”W x 4.5”D
Specifications:
Battery Backup:
Agency Listings:
• UL listed fire, and access control power supply
(UL1481,UL294).
• NFPA 72 compliant.
• California State Fire Marshal Approved (CSFM).
• NYC Department of Buildings Approved (MEA).
Input:
• Input 115VAC / 60Hz, 1.9 amp.
• AC input and DC output LED indicators.
Output:
• Switch selectable 12VDC or 24VDC.
• 6 amps continuous supply current at 12VDC
or 24VDC.
• Filtered and electronically regulated outputs.
• Short circuit and thermal overload protection.
• Maximum charge current .7 amp.
• Built-in charger for sealed lead acid or
gel type batteries.
• Automatic switch over to stand-by battery when
AC fails.
• Zero voltage drop when switched over to
battery backup.
Supervision:
• AC fail supervision (form "C" contacts).
• Low battery supervision (form "C" contacts).
• Battery presence and low battery supervision
(form “C” contacts).
Added Features:
• Unit is complete with power supply, enclosure,
cam lock.
• Includes battery leads.
Power Supply Output Specifications: *
Output VDC
12VDC
24VDC
Switch Position
SW1 CLOSED
SW1 OPEN
Altronix is not responsible for any typographical errors. Product specifications are subject to change without notice.
Stand-by Specifications:
Output
4 hr. of Stand-by &
5 Minutes of Alarm
Stand-by = 6 amp
Alarm = 6 amp
12VDC / 40 AH Battery
24VDC / 12 AH Battery
24VDC / 40 AH Battery
Stand-by = 6 amp
Alarm = 6 amp
24 hr. of Stand-by &
5 Minutes of Alarm
Stand-by = 1.0 amp
Alarm = 6 amp
Stand-by = 200mA
Alarm = 6.0 amp
Stand-by = 1.0 amp
Alarm = 6 amp
60 hr. of Stand-by &
5 Minutes of Alarm
Stand-by = 300mA
Alarm = 6 amp
Stand-by = 300mA
Alarm = 6 amp
Installation Instructions:
The AL600ULX should be installed in accordance with article 760 of The National Electrical Code as well as NFPA 72
and all applicable Local Codes.
1. Mount the AL600ULX in desired location.
2. Set the AL600ULX to the desired DC output voltage by setting SW1 (Fig. 1) to the appropriate position
(see power supply voltage output selections chart).
CAUTION: De-energize unit prior to servicing. For continued protection
against risk of electric shock and fire hazard replace fuse with the same type
and rating 3.5A, 250V. Replace fuse cover before energizing.
Switch Position:
24VDC = SW1 OPEN
12VDC = SW1 CLOSED
Door
AL600ULXB
G
Green
Lead
L
N
Wire
Strap
(from
Enclosure
to Door)
115 power
mains
Class 1
24V - OPEN
12V - CLOSED
SW1
AC
BAT FAIL NC
C NO
Battery & AC
Supervision
Circuit
(power limited)
NC C
NO
AC FAIL
DC
+ BAT ---
+ DC ---
DC Output to devices
power limited
Battery connection (non power limited)
Battery 1
Battery 2
Fig. 1
2
3. Connect AC power (115VAC / 60 Hz to terminals marked [L, G, N] (Fig. 1). Use 14 AWG or larger for all
power connections (Battery, DC output, AC input).
Use 22 AWG to 18 AWG for power limited circuits (AC Fail/Low Battery reporting).
Keep power limited wiring separate from non-power limited wiring (115VAC / 60Hz Input, Battery
Wires). Minimum .25” spacing must be provided.
4. Connect devices to be powered to terminals marked [- DC +] (Fig. 1).
Note: It is important to measure output voltage before connecting device. This helps avoid potential damage.
When servicing the unit, AC mains should be removed.
5. For Access Control applications, batteries are optional. When batteries are not used a loss of AC will result in the
loss of output voltage. When the use of stand-by batteries is desired, they must be lead acid or gel type.
6. Connect appropriate signaling notification devices to AC FAIL & BAT FAIL (Fig. 1) supervisory relay outputs.
Note: When used in fire alarm, burglar alarm or access control applications, “AC Fail” relay must be used to
provide a visual indication of AC power on.
Wiring:
USE 14 AWG or larger for all power connections.
Note: Take care to keep power limited circuits separate from non-power limited wiring.
Maintenance:
Unit should be tested at least once a year for the proper operation as follows:
Output Voltage Test: Under normal load conditions, the DC output voltage should be checked for proper voltage level
(see power supply voltage output specifications chart).
Battery Test: Under normal load conditions check that the battery is fully charged, check specified voltage both at battery terminal and at the board terminals marked [- BAT +] to insure there is no break in the battery connection wires.
Note: Maximum charging current under discharges is .7 amp.
Note: Expected battery life is 5 years, however it is recommended changing batteries in 4 years or less if needed.
Terminal Identification:
Terminal
Legend
L, G, N
Function/Description
Connect 115VAC to these terminals:
L to Hot, N to Neutral, G to ground.
-- DC +
12VDC or 24VDC @ 6 amp continuous nonpower-limited output.
AC FAIL
N.C., C, N.O.
Used to notify loss of AC power, e.g. connect to annuciator/alarm
panel. Relay normally energized when AC power is present.
Contact rating 1 amp @ 30VDC. AC Fail condition will report approximately
one (1) to one minute after loss of AC. To delay report for 6 hours cut jumper
J1 on the Power Supply Board (AC trouble output delay option). If this mode
is selected the Power Supply Board must be reset by removing all power to it
for 30 seconds.
BAT FAIL
N.O., C, N.C.
Used to indicate low battery condition, e.g. connect to alarm panel.
Relay normally energized when DC power is present.
Contact rating 1 amp @ 30VDC. Low battery conditions will report approxi
mately 21VDC (24VDC output setting) or approximately 10.5VDC (12VDC
output setting). Battery presence detection will report approximately 1 minute
after battery remains undetected (missing or removed).
- BAT +
Stand-by battery connections. Maximum charge rate .7 amp.
3
LED Diagnostics:
Red (DC)
Green (AC)
Power Supply Status
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Normal operating condition
Loss of AC, Stand-by battery supplying power
No DC output
Loss of AC. Discharged or no stand-by battery. No DC output.
Enclosure Dimensions:
13.5”H x 13”W x 3.25”D
3.25"
TOP ONLY
1.1875"
0
3.25"
1.1875"
0
0 .75" 1.5"
11" 11.75" 12.5" 0
6.25"
1.1875"
3.25"
0
.81"
1.4"
1.4"
5.5"
6.5"
11.66"
12.1"
13"
Enclosure Dimensions:
15.5”H x 12”W x 4.5”D
4.5"
TOP & BOTTOM
1.25"
0
1.5"
4.5"
1.25"
0
0 .875"
6"
10.5"
10.75" 12"
0
1.25"
4.5"
0
1"
2"
6.625"
10"
13.5"
14.25"
15.5"
MEMBER
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Altronix Corp.
140 58th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11220 USA, 718-567-8181, fax: 718-567-9056
web site: www.altronix.com, e-mail: info@altronix.com, Lifetime Warranty, Made in U.S.A.
IIAL600ULX - Rev. 061402
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