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FROM: Jim Cooley Construction, Inc
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SIMPLEXGRINNELL
2835 S UTAH AVE
OKC, OK 73108
www.simplexgrinnell.com
Tele: 405-246-1000
Fax: 405-682-6169
Fire Alarm
Product Data Submittal for:
HQ BLDG FLOOR SETTLEMENT
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
Prepared for:
SIMPLEXGRINNELL, LP - 442
2835 S UTAH AVE
OKC, OK 73108
LifeAlarm Fire Alarm Controls
UL, ULC, CSFM Listed; FM Approved;
MEA (NYC) Acceptance*
4009 IDNet NAC Extender for Control with
IDNet Communications or Conventional NACs
Features
Provides additional notification appliance circuit
(NAC) capacity with flexible operation modes and
power-limited design
Four, Class B NACs are standard:
 Rated 2 A each for conventional reverse polarity
24 VDC notification appliances and providing
multiple operation modes
 Can be selected to provide synchronization for
Simplex® visible notification strobe flashes
 Capable of controlling TrueAlert non-addressable
notification appliances operating with SmartSync
two-wire control mode**
Input control options:
 IDNet addressable communications from a Simplex
model 4007ES, 4010, 4010ES, 4100ES, or 4100U Fire
Alarm Control Panel**
 Or from one or two conventional 24 VDC NACs with
multiple output control options
IDNet communications control benefits:
 Provides status monitoring and individual NAC control
using a single address per 4009 IDNet NAC Extender
 Supports IDNet “Device Level” earth fault location
WALKTEST operation is available with either
input choice
Internal 8 A power supply/battery charger:
 Charges internal batteries up to 12.7 Ah or up to 18 Ah
batteries in external cabinet
 Provides status monitoring of battery, input power, and
earth faults
 Rated 8 A for “Special Application” appliances;
including Simplex 4901, 4903, 4904, and 4906 Series
horns, strobes, horn/strobes, and speaker/strobes
 Rated 6 A for “Regulated 24 DC” appliance power
Optional 4009 IDNet NAC Extender modules:
 IDNet Communications Repeater provides Class B or
Class A output
 IDNet Communications Fiber Optic Receiver/Repeater,
available as Class B or Class X
 Four additional Class B NACs, rated 1.5 A for Special
Application appliances; 1 A for Regulated 24 DC
appliance power
 Class A, Two Circuit Adapter Module
UL Listed to Standard 864
External Accessories
IDNet communication fiber optic transmitters:
 For applications requiring the data integrity available
with fiber optic communications
 Available as Class B or Class X
 Mounts in standard six-gang electrical box
External battery cabinet for 18 Ah batteries
Up to 8 NACs
4009 IDNet
NAC Extender
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4009 IDNet NAC EXTENDER
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Optional IDNet
Channel Repeater
FIRE
1 + 24 V ZO NE PWR +
ZO NE PWR 2 0V
3 +I DNET I DC +
4 - I DNET I DC -
ALARM
1
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5
6
7
8
5
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2-Wire IDNet
Communications or
Fiber Optic IDNet
Communications or
NAC Control
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IDNet Fiber
Optic Transmitter
4007ES, 4010 (shown),
4010ES, 4100ES, or 4100U
Fire Alarm Control Panel
Fire Alarm Control Panel with
Conventional NACs
4009 IDNet NAC Extender Connection Reference Drawing
Introduction
ADA Compliance. Complying with the notification
requirements of ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act)
may require more notification appliance power than is
available within the fire alarm control panel. When
additional power is required, a Simplex 4009 IDNet NAC
Extender can provide up to 8 A of NAC power with up to
eight, supervised reverse polarity NACs.
Location Flexibility. The 4009 IDNet NAC Extender
can be mounted close to a compatible dedicated host
panel or can be located remotely for convenient power
distribution. Multiple operation modes and multiple
connection options further increase location flexibility.
Additional Information. For additional operation detail
and application information, refer to Installation
Instructions 574-181 and field wiring diagram 842-068.
* ULC listed model is 4009-9202CA. This product has been approved by the California
State Fire Marshal (CSFM) pursuant to Section 13144.1 of the California Health and
Safety Code. See CSFM Listing 7300-0026:214 for allowable values and/or conditions
concerning material presented in this document. Accepted for use – City of New York
Department of Buildings – MEA35-93E. Additional listings may be applicable; contact
your local Simplex product supplier for the latest status. Listings and approvals under
Simplex Time Recorder Co. are the property of Tyco Fire Protection Products.
** 4100U requires revision 11 software or higher for compatibility. 4010 requires revision 2
software or higher for compatibility.
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Application and Operation Information
Hardwire Control Applications. For applications
where an existing (or new) conventional NAC needs
additional power, the 4009 IDNet NAC Extender can be
controlled directly from the NAC. Either one or two
NACs, from either the same, or from different host fire
alarm control panels, can be connected to control the 4009
IDNet NAC Extender output NACs. Multiple control
selections provide flexible operation. (Refer to page 4 for
more detail.) Alarms from the host panel will activate the
four, 4009 IDNet NAC Extender NACs (or optionally,
eight NACs) to extend the alarm.
IDNet Addressable Communications Compatible.
Up to ten (10), 4009 IDNet NAC Extenders can be
controlled per 4007ES, 4010ES, 4100ES, or 4100U
IDNet communications channel; up to five (5) can be
controlled on the 4010 IDNet communications channel.
Each output NAC can be individually controlled for
general alarm or selective area notification requiring only
one point address per Extender. Individual Extender
NACs can also be manually controlled from the host
panel. IDNet controlled extenders will inform the host
panel of troubles via IDNet communications. 4007ES,
4010ES, 4100ES, and 4100U control panels control using
multi-point rules, refer to data sheet S4090-0011 for
details.
The 4009 IDNet Extender monitors itself and each of its
output NACs for trouble conditions, including earth
faults. Extenders wired to conventional NACs will
indicate a trouble by opening the path to the NAC’s
end-of-line resistor, but retaining the ability to respond to
alarms. Individual troubles are also annunciated by LEDs
located on the 4009 IDNet NAC Extender main circuit
board. (Refer to page 7 for more diagnostic information.)
Optional IDNet Repeaters. IDNet communications can
be repeated with the optional IDNet Repeater Module or
with the optional Fiber Optic Receiver Module. Up to 100
of the IDNet channel points can be repeated once (refer to
pages 3 and 5 for details). Repeated IDNet communications
also support the “device level” earth fault location utility of
the host panel.
Product Selection
Standard Models
Model
4009-9201**
4009-9202CA*
4009-9301
Description
120 VAC input
4009 IDNet NAC Extender with 4, Class B NACs and 8 A power supply
240 VAC input
* ULC listed model
** 4009-9201 has been seismic tested and is certified to IBC and CBC standards as well as to ASCE 7
categories A through F, requires battery brackets as detailed on data sheet S2081-0019
Optional Modules (for on-site installation)
Model
Description
Comments
4009-9808
Additional four point NAC module, rated 1.5 A Special
Application appliances; 1 A for Regulated 24 DC appliance
power, Class B
Dual Class A adapter (for two NAC outputs)
4009-9809
IDNet Repeater, output is Class A or Class B
4009-9807
4009-9810
4009-9811
Fiber Optic Receiver
4009-9805
Red Appliqué for door
2975-9801
2975-9802
Semi-Flush Trim Kit
Class B
Class A (IDNet), Class X (fiber)
One maximum
Select as required (4 maximum)
Select either an IDNet Repeater or a Fiber
Optic Receiver as required; one transmitter
can connect to one receiver
Select if required
Beige trim
Red trim
1-7/16” wide (78 mm), use if required for
semi-flush installations
Battery Selection (select battery size per system requirements)
Model
Description
2081-9272
2081-9274
2081-9288
6.2 Ah Battery, 12 VDC
10 Ah Battery, 12 VDC
12.7 Ah Battery, 12 VDC
Comments
2081-9275
18 Ah Battery, 12 VDC
Two batteries are required, 24 VDC
operation
Requires external battery cabinet, two
batteries are required, 24 VDC operation
External Accessories (select per system requirements)
Model
4090-9105
4090-9107
4009-9801
4081 Series
Description
IDNet Fiber Optic
Transmitter
Comments
Class B operation
Class X operation
Mounts in six-gang electrical box, refer to
page 4 for mounting details
16-1/4” W x 13-1/2” H x 5-3/4” D
(413 mm x 343 mm x 146 mm)
End-of-Line Resistor Harnesses; see data sheet S4081-0003 for details
External battery cabinet for up to 18 Ah batteries, beige
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Typical IDNet Connection Example
Typical IDNet compatible devices
(Refer to individual devices for actual wiring
requirements, some wiring is not shown.)
FIRE
ALARM
1 + 24V
ZO NE PWR +
2 0V
ZO NE PWR 3 +I DNET I DC +
4 - I DNET I DC -
1
PULL
DOWN
5
6
7
8
5
2
6
3
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IDNet addressable communications channel,
shown Class B (Style 4)
Output NACs, four standard,
eight with expansion option
4007ES, 4010, 4010ES,
4100ES (shown), or 4100U
Fire Alarm Control Panel
Conventional NAC operation (horns)
Select conventional
or SmartSync
operation per NAC
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SmartSync operation (horns and strobes)
4009 IDNet NAC EXTENDER
TM
4009 IDNet NAC Extender with
optional internal IDNet Repeater
Conventional NAC
operation (strobes)
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Repeated IDNet Channel:
up to 100 devices maximum on repeater output,
250 devices total on IDNet Channel
FIRE
ALARM
1 + 24V
ZO NE PWR +
2 0V
ZO NE PWR 3 +I DNET I DC +
4 - I DNET I DC -
1
PULL
DOWN
3
5
6
7
8
5
6
2
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IDNet devices and additional 4009 IDNet NAC Extender(s)
NOTE: Up to ten (10) 4009 IDNet NAC Extenders may be connected per 4007ES, 4010ES, 4100ES, or
4100U IDNet channel, up to five (5) on the 4010 IDNet channel. IDNet communications can be
repeated only once (can pass through only one series connected repeater or one fiber optic
receiver).
Typical Fiber Optic System Connections
4090-9105, Class B
(Style 4) Output Fiber
Optic Transmitter
Two fiber cables, 3000 ft
(914 m) maximum distance
Output NACs
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FI RE ALARM
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2 0V
ZO NE PWR 3 +I DNET I DC +
4 - I DNET I DC -
5
6
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IDNet addressable communications
channel Class B (Style 4) or Class A
(Style 6), Class B shown
4007ES, 4010 (shown),
4010ES, 4100ES, or 4100U
Fire Alarm Control Panel
Repeated IDNet Channel: up to 100 devices maximum
on repeater output, 250 devices total on IDNet Channel
Four fiber cables, 3000 ft
(914 m) maximum distance
FIRE
ALARM
1 + 24V ZO NE PWR +
2 0V
ZO NE PWR 3 +I DNET I DC +
4 - I DNET I DC -
1
PULL
DOWN
3
5
6
7
8
5
2
6
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24 VDC power for
fiber optic transmitters
4090-9107, Class A (Style 7)
Output Fiber Optic Transmitter
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4009 IDNet NAC EXTENDER
TM
4009 IDNet NAC Extenders with optional
internal IDNet Fiber Receivers
Output NACs
NOTE: Up to ten (10) 4009 IDNet NAC Extenders may be connected per 4007ES, 4010ES, 4100ES, or 4100U IDNet
channel, up to five (5) on the 4010 IDNet channel. IDNet communications can be repeated only once (can
pass through only one series connected repeater or one fiber optic receiver). Fiber optic transmitters connect
to only one receiver in a 4009 IDNet NAC Extender.
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Hardwire Control Connection Information
SmartSync Notification Appliance Control
NAC Input Selections. The 4009 IDNet NAC
Extender can be selected to:
The TrueAlert Notification Appliance product line
includes addressable and non-addressable operation.
Non-addressable models are available with 2-wire
SmartSync operation or conventional 4-wire operation.
The following details apply to use with the 4009 IDNet
NAC Extender:

Track input NAC operation or to provide a locally
generated code, selectable per NAC input
 If selected for local coding, NAC outputs can be either
Temporal Coded or 60 Beats/min March Time Coded,
one code selection per extender (input NACs must be on
continuous with Alarm)
 Additionally, NAC outputs can be selected to provide
the Simplex strobe synchronization signal. This signal
will synchronize the flashes of synchronized strobes but
will be ignored by free-run strobes and audible devices.
(Strobes are for operation by noncoded NACs.)
 TrueAlert non-addressable models with SmartSync
operation allow audible notification to be separately
controlled over the same wire pair that controls visible
notification
 4009 IDNet NAC Extenders can be selected to provide
SmartSync operation whether controlled by IDNet
communications or conventional NACs
NAC input to NAC output control can be selected for
standard and optional NACs per the following table:
 IDNet control allows output NACs to be individually
selected for conventional or SmartSync operation
Conventional NAC Output Operation Options
 With NAC input control, all output NACs are selected
for either conventional or SmartSync operation
Input
NAC 1
NAC 2
A
NACs 1 & 2, 5 & 6
NACs 3 & 4, 7 & 8
B
NACs 1-4
NACs 5-8
C
NACs 1-8
None
 Refer to data sheet S4009-0003 for TrueAlert
Addressable operation details, contact your local
Simplex product supplier for further information on
specific TrueAlert notification appliances
SmartSync NAC Output Operation
Input
NAC 1
NAC 2
NAC Control Function
Strobe Control
All NAC outputs (1-8)
Horn Control
Hardwire Control NAC Connection One-Line Reference Diagram
Up to eight (8) output NACs total; hardwire control can be
selected to map NAC inputs to different combinations of
NAC outputs depending on system requirements
NAC 1 input
(see Note 1)
Conventional NACs
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Output
NACs
With hardwire control,
NAC outputs are all
conventional or all
SmartSync operation
4009 IDNet NAC
Extender
Fire Alarm Control Panel
with Conventional NACs
NAC 2 input
(optional, see Note 1)
SmartSync operation
Class A operation, either mode, requires
4009-9808 Dual Class A Adapter
To additional 4009 IDNet NAC Extenders (up to four (4),
4009 IDNet NAC Extenders per NAC); see Note 2
Notes:
1. For separate audible and visible output NAC control, or SmartSync NAC output operation, two (2) input NACs are required.
NAC 1 is "on-until-reset" and NAC 2 is "on-until-silenced."
2. To synchronize strobe flash outputs for up to four (4) 4009 IDNet NAC Extenders, use the synchronized strobe
output from a Synchronized Flash Module (4905-9914 for Class B operation, 4905-9922 for Class A operation) or,
if available, from a NAC selected to provide synchronized strobe flash output. NOTE: DO NOT USE a NAC selected
for SmartSync operation for this function.
Refer to Installation Instructions 574-181 for additional information and application guidance
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4009 IDNet NAC Extender Specifications
120 VAC Input (4009-9201) 3A @ 102-132 VAC, 60 Hz
Input
Ratings
240 VAC Input (4009-9301) 1.5A @ 204-264 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Hardwire Control from External Conventional reverse polarity operation
NACs, Input Requirements 5 mA maximum; 16 to 33 VDC
Total Rating
8 A, Special Application appliances
6 A, Regulated 24 DC appliance power
Standard NACs 2 A each, Special Application or Regulated 24 DC appliance power
Optional NACs 1.5 A each, Special Application appliances
(requires 4009-9807) 1 A each, Regulated 24 DC appliance power
Simplex non-addressable horns, strobes, and combination horn/strobes and
Special Application
speaker/strobes (contact your Simplex product representative for compatible
Appliances
appliances)
Output Ratings
Regulated 24 DC Power for other UL listed appliances; use associated external synchronization
Appliances modules where required
Strobe Operation
Up to 33 strobes per NAC can be synchronized; output NACs configured for
Simplex synchronized strobe operation are synchronized to each other
Auxiliary Output 500 mA @ 24 VDC nominal
Optional Modules Ratings
Input Power 70 mA @ 24 VDC, system supplied
IDNet Input, One Address Maximum distance from IDNet source is 2500 ft (762 m)
IDNet Repeater
Module
(4009-9809)
Repeated IDNet output for up to 100 devices (total IDNet devices not to exceed
250 per channel)
IDNet Output Specifications Maximum distance to farthest device is 2500 ft (762 m)
Total distance including “T-taps” is 10,000 ft (3048 m)
Class A loop maximum distance is 2500 ft (762 m), no “T” taps
Fiber Optic Receiver Modules
Input Current
4009-9810, Class B, 65 mA @ 24 VDC, system supplied
4009-9811, Class X, 80 mA @ 24 VDC, system supplied
IDNet Output Specifications
Fiber Optic Transmission Distance
Same as those for Repeater Module (see above)
3000 ft (914 m) maximum
General (LED status indicators are listed on page 7, dimensions and mounting details are on page 6)
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity Range
Wiring Connections*
32° to 120° F (0° to 49° C)
10% to 90% RH from 32° F to 104° F (0° C to 40° C)
Terminal blocks for 18 AWG (stranded) to 12 AWG (solid)
Fiber Optic Transmitter Specifications
Input Voltage
18.9-32 VDC from compatible listed fire alarm supply
Input Current
4090-9105, Class B, 30 mA @ 24 VDC
4090-9107, Class X, 35 mA @ 24 VDC
Multimode, graded index, 50/125µm, 62.5/125 µm, 100/40 µm, or 200 µm
Fiber Optic Connections and cable
requirements
Type ST connectors
Module Size (with mounting bracket)
6-13/16” W x 3-3/4” H x 1-1/8” D (173 mm x 95 mm x 29 mm)
4090-9105, Class B operation, two fiber cables required
4090-9107, Class X operation, four fiber cables required
Green LED flashing = transmit
On-board Status Indicators
Red LED flashing = receive
Separate red LED on 4090-9107 = Class X receive
Communications
Fiber Optic Transmission Distance
Wiring Connections*
Operating Humidity
Operating Temperature
Simplex IDNet
3000 ft (914 m) maximum
Terminal blocks for 18 AWG (stranded) to 12 AWG (solid)
10% to 90% RH from 32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C)
32° F to 120° F (0° to 49° C)
* Metric wire equivalents: 18 AWG = 0.82 mm2; 12 AWG = 3.31 mm2
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4009 IDNet NAC Extender Mounting and Module Placement Information
Cabinet depth
4-1/4" (108 mm)
16-1/4" (413 mm)
10-29/32" (277 mm)
Optional Class A
adapter modules
Door, 5/8"
(16 mm) thick
13-1/2"
(343 mm)
4009-9807 Additional Four
point module (shown with
Class A adapters)
Exposed cabinet
dimension for
semi-flush mount
1" (25.4 mm),
1-3/8" (35 mm) with
semi-flush trim
System Module
IDNet repeater or
Fiber optic receiver
Knockouts for screw
or nail mounting holes
12" (305 mm)
Battery location, no conduit entry or wiring in
this area (12.7 Ah battery outline shown)
Semi-flush trim option
1-3/16" wide (30 mm),
3/8" (9.5 mm) thick
Non-power limited wiring area (AC input)
Wall surface reference for semi-flush mount
NOTE: Recommended conduit entrance varies with module selection. Refer to general installation
instructions 574-181, specific module installation instructions, and to field wiring diagrams
842-068 before locating conduit entrance.
4009 IDNet NAC Extender Cabinet with Door Detail
Optional red appliqué
(4009-9805 )
CAUTION
DISCONNECT
POWER
BEFORE
SERVICING
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4090-9105/9107 IDNet Fiber Optic Transmitter Mounting Information
Surface mount box:
Simplex model 2975-9217
(ordered separately)
Flush mount masonry box:
use 6-gang box, RACO # 960, 2-1/2" deep
(64 mm), or RACO # 965, 3-1/2" (89 mm)
deep, or equal (supplied by others)
Flush mount ganged boxes:
use 6-gang box, 1-1/2" (38 mm)
minimum depth; six, RACO # 400
or equal, (supplied by others)
IDNet fiber optic transmitter:
4090-9107, Shown, Class A (Style 7) output
4090-9105, Not shown, Class B (Style 4) output
INSTALLATION NOTE:
Fiber optic cable bend radius should be 2" (51 mm)
minimum, or per Manufacturer's specification.
Six-gang blank cover plate Mulberry Metal
Products 97156 or equal (by others)
Service Diagnostic Features
LED Status Indicators are provided for the following:
Power-up Self-Diagnostics. Upon power-up, the
4009 IDNet NAC Extender tests each module and
performs earth fault diagnostics. Trouble conditions are
communicated to the host control panel and are also
displayed on diagnostic status LEDs in the 4009 IDNet
NAC Extender. When connected via IDNet
communications, detailed status information is available
at the host. When controlled with conventional NAC
inputs, common troubles are signaled by providing a
polarized open circuit that disconnects the NAC wiring
from its end-of-line resistor but still allows a reversed
polarity alarm to be received.
 Each NAC (standard and optional) has a dedicated
yellow LED that:
– During supervision provides a slow flash to indicate
a short circuit condition and a fast flash to indicate
an open circuit
– During an alarm, the LED follows the NAC output
(on steady or flashing with coded output)
 Four, general status yellow LEDs provide nine
separate indications listed in priority of urgency. As a
trouble is eliminated, any remaining trouble(s) will
then be indicated until the 4009 IDNet NAC Extender
is returned to normal operation.
Door Mounted Reference Label. The 4009 IDNet
NAC Extender has a detailed programming and
diagnostic label inside the front door that provides a quick
reference for both installation and checkout.
 AC power status is indicated by a green LED that is
on when AC is normal. During low AC (brownout)
conditions or with no AC, the LED is off. Additional
power and battery status is indicated by the general
status LEDs.
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4009 IDNet NAC Extender Current Calculation Chart
Step 1. Calculate Basic Extender Battery Requirements (minus NAC loads)
Panel, NAC Options, and Auxiliary Power (underlined model numbers are optional modules)
Model
Descript ion
4009-9201
120 VAC input
4009-9301
240 VAC input
4009-9807
Additional Four Point NAC
4009-9808
Dual Class A Adapter (no additional current)
Basic Panel
Supervisory
Current
Actual
Supervisory
Alarm Current
Actual Alarm
85 mA
85 mA
185 mA
185 mA
40 mA
+_______
40 mA
+_______
–
–
–
–
+_______
(500 mA
maximum)
+ [A1] _______
(500 mA
maximum)
Auxiliary Power Output
Basic Panel Supervisory Current = [S1] _____
Basic Panel Alarm Current = [A2] ______
Step 2. Calculate IDNet Output Module and Device Current (if used)
4009-9809
4009-9810*
4009-9811*
IDNet Repeater
Select one per
Fiber Optic Receiver, Class B
Extender
Fiber Optic Receiver, Class X
IDNet Devices (connected to Repeater or Receiver above),
0.7 mA each, maximum of 100
* Note: IDNet Fiber Optic Transmitter
current is supplied from the host fire
alarm control panel
70 mA
65 mA
70 mA
+_______
Total devices
x 0.7 mA each
+_______
65 mA
80 mA
80 mA
Total devices
x 0.7 mA each
+_______
+_______
IDNet Module Supervisory Current [S2] = ____
IDNet Module Alarm Current = [A3] ______
Maximum Available Current
Step 2. Calculate Available NAC Current
= 8 A*
Subtract Auxiliary Power Output - [A1] ______
Subtract IDNet Module Current - [A3] ______
* 8 A for Special Application Appliances; 6 A for Regulated 24 DC Appliances
Available NAC Current = [A4] ______
Step 3. Calculate Actual NAC Loading (Limited to Available NAC Current per Step 2.)
NAC Type
NAC Circuit #
NAC Alarm
Current
Circuit 1
+_______
Circuit 2
+_______
Circuit 3
+_______
Circuit 4
+_______
Circuit 5
+_______
Circuit 6
+_______
Circuit 7
+_______
Circuit 8
+_______
Standard Panel NACS, 2 A maximum per NAC
Optional Four Point NAC Module, 1.5 A maximum Special Application rating,
1 A maximum Regulated 24 DC rating, per NAC
Total Actual NAC Load Alarm Current = [A5] _______
Step 4. Calculate Total Supervisory Current
Total Supervisory Current = Basic Panel Current [S1] + IDNet Module Current [S2] =
________
Step 5. Calculate Total Alarm Current
Total Alarm Current = Basic Panel Current [A2] + IDNet Module Current [A3] + Actual NAC Current [A5] =
________
TYCO, SIMPLEX, and the product names listed in this material are marks and/or registered marks. Unauthorized use is strictly prohibited.
Tyco Fire Protection Products • Westminster, MA • 01441-0001 • USA
www.simplex-fire.com
S4009-0002-14 9/2015
© 2015 Tyco Fire Protection Products. All rights reserved. All specifications and other information shown were current as of document revision date and are subject to change without notice.
TrueAlarm Analog Sensing
UL, ULC, CSFM Listed; FM Approved;
MEA (NYC) Acceptance*
TrueAlarm Analog Sensors – Photoelectric
and Heat; Standard Bases and Accessories
Features
TrueAlarm analog sensing provides:
 Digital transmission of analog sensor values via IDNet
or MAPNET II two-wire communications
For use with the following Simplex® products:
 4007ES, 4010, 4010ES, 4100ES, and 4100U Series
control panels; and 4008 Series control panels with
reduced feature set (refer to data sheet S4008-0001 for
details)
 4020, 4100, and 4120 Series control panels, Universal
Transponders, and 2120 TrueAlarm CDTs equipped
for MAPNET II operation
Fire alarm control panel provides:
 Peak value logging allowing accurate analysis of each
sensor for individual sensitivity selection
 Sensitivity monitoring satisfying NFPA 72 sensitivity
testing requirements; automatic individual sensor
calibration check verifies sensor integrity
 Automatic environmental compensation, multi-stage
alarm operation, and display of sensitivity directly in
percent per foot
 Ability to display and print detailed sensor
information in plain English language
Photoelectric smoke sensors provide:
 Seven levels of sensitivity from 0.2% to 3.7%
(refer to additional information on page 3)
Heat sensors provide:
 Fixed temperature sensing
 Rate-of-rise temperature sensing
 Utility temperature sensing
 Listed to UL 521 and ULC-S530
General features:
 Operation is for ceiling or wall mounting
 Listed to UL 268 and ULC-S529
 Louvered smoke sensor design enhances smoke
capture by directing flow to chamber; entrance areas
are minimally visible when ceiling mounted
 Designed for EMI compatibility
 Magnetic test feature is provided
 Different bases are available to support a supervised
or unsupervised output relay, and/or a remote LED
alarm indicator
Additional base reference:
 For isolator bases, refer to data sheet S4098-0025
 For sounder bases, refer to data sheet S4098-0028
 For photo/heat sensors, refer to data sheet S4098-0024
(single address) and S4098-0033 (dual address)
* These products have been approved by the California State Fire Marshal (CSFM) pursuant to
Section 13144.1 of the California Health and Safety Code. See CSFM Listings
7272-0026:218, 7271-0026:231, 7270-0026:216, and 7300-0026:217 for allowable values
and/or conditions concerning material presented in this document. Accepted for use – City of
New York Department of Buildings – MEA35-93E. Additional listings may be applicable,
contact your local Simplex product supplier for the latest status. Listings and approvals under
Simplex Time Recorder Co. are the property of Tyco Fire Protection Products.
4098-9714 TrueAlarm Photoelectric
Sensor Mounted in Base
Description
Digital Communication of Analog Sensing.
TrueAlarm analog sensors provide an analog
measurement digitally communicated to the host control
panel using Simplex addressable communications. At the
control panel, the data is analyzed and an average value is
determined and stored. An alarm or other abnormal
condition is determined by comparing the sensor’s present
value against its average value and time.
Intelligent Data Evaluation. Monitoring each sensor’s
average value provides a continuously shifting reference
point. This software filtering process compensates for
environmental factors (dust, dirt, etc.) and component
aging, providing an accurate reference for evaluating new
activity. With this filtering, there is a significant reduction
in the probability of false or nuisance alarms caused by
shifts in sensitivity, either up or down.
Control Panel Selection. Peak activity per sensor is
stored to assist in evaluating specific locations. The alarm
set point for each TrueAlarm sensor is determined at the
host control panel, selectable as more or less sensitive as
the individual application requires.
Timed/Multi-Stage Selection. Sensor alarm set points
can be programmed for timed automatic sensitivity
selection (such as more sensitive at night, less sensitive
during day). Control panel programming can also provide
multi-stage operation per sensor. For example, a 0.2%
level may cause a warning to prompt investigation while a
2.5% level may initiate an alarm.
Sensor Alarm and Trouble LED Indication. Each
sensor base’s LED pulses to indicate communications
with the panel. If the control panel determines a sensor is
in alarm, or is dirty or has some other type of trouble, the
details are annunciated at the control panel and that sensor
base’s LED will be turned on steadily. During a system
alarm, the control panel will control the LEDs such that
an LED indicating a trouble will return to pulsing to help
identify the alarmed sensors.
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TrueAlarm Sensor Bases and Accessories
Description
Sensor Base Features
TrueAlarm sensor bases contain integral addressable
electronics that constantly monitor the status of the
detachable photoelectric or heat sensors. Each sensor’s
output is digitized and transmitted to the system fire alarm
control panel every four seconds.
Base mounted address selection:


Address remains with its programmed location
Accessible from front (DIP switch under sensor)
General features:



Since TrueAlarm sensors use the same base, different
sensor types can be easily interchanged to meet specific
location requirements. This feature also allows intentional
sensor substitution during building construction. When
conditions are temporarily dusty, instead of covering the
smoke sensors (causing them to be disabled), heat sensors
may be installed without reprogramming the control
panel. Although the control panel will indicate an
incorrect sensor type, the heat sensor will operate at a
default sensitivity providing heat detection for building
protection at that location.
Automatic identification provides default sensitivity when
substituting sensor types
Integral red LED for power-on (pulsing), or alarm or trouble
(steady on)
Locking anti-tamper design mounts on standard outlet box
 Magnetically operated functional test
Sensor Bases
4098-9792, Standard Sensor Base
4098-9789, Sensor Base with wired connections for:

2098-9808 Remote LED alarm indicator or 4098-9822 relay
(relay is unsupervised and requires separate 24 VDC)
Mounting Reference
Supervised Relay Bases (not compatible with 2120 CDT):
 4098-9791, 4-Wire Sensor Base, use with remote or



Electrical Box Requirements: (boxes are by others)
locally mounted 2098-9737 relay, requires separate 24 VDC
4098-9780, 2-Wire Sensor Base, use with remote or
locally mounted 4098-9860 relay, no separate power
required
Supervised relay operation is programmable and can be
manually operated from control panel
Includes wired connections for remote LED alarm indicator
or 4098-9822 relay (relay is unsupervised and requires
separate 24 VDC)
Without relay in the box: 4" octagonal or 4" square, 1-1/2" deep;
single gang, 2" deep
With relay in the box : 4" octagonal or 4" square, 1-1/2" deep,
with 1-1/2" extension ring
4" (102 mm) Square Box
4" (102 mm) Octagonal Box
Surface mount reference
Sensor Base Options
1-1/2" (38 mm)
minimum box depth
2098-9737, Remote or local mount supervised relay:

DPDT contacts for resistive/suppressed loads, power limited
rating of 3 A @ 28 VDC; non-power limited rating of 3 A
@ 120 VAC (requires external 24 VDC coil power)
2098-9737 Supervised Relay
(mounts in base electrical box or
remotely)
4098-9860, Remote or local mount supervised relay:

SPDT dry contacts, power limited rating of 2 A @ 30 VDC,
resistive; non-power limited rating of 0.5 A @ 125 VAC,
resistive

Activates when base LED is on steady, indicating local
alarm or trouble
DPDT contacts for resistive/suppressed loads, power limited
rating of 2 A @ 28 VDC; non-power limited rating of
1/2 A @ 120 VAC, (requires external 24 VDC coil power)
4098-9860 Supervised Relay (mounts in base
electrical box or remotely; 2-3/8" X 1-1/4" X 11/32"
(1 in3 ) (60.4 mm X 31.8 mm X 8.6 mm)
NOTE: Review total wire count, wire size, and accessories being
wired to determine required box volume.
4098-9832, Adapter plate:


Required for surface or semi-flush mounting to 4” square
electrical box and for surface mounting to 4” octagonal box
Can be used for cosmetic retrofitting to existing 6-3/8”
diameter base product
6-3/8" (162 mm)
1/4"
(6.4 mm)
2098-9808, Remote red LED Alarm
Indicator:

Mounts on single gang box (shown in
illustration to right)
4098-9822 Relay (mounts
in base electrical box)
Relay Size: 2-1/2" X 1-1/2" X 1"
(3.75 in3 ) (64 mm X 38 mm X 25.4 mm)
4098-9822, LED Annunciation Relay:

Flush mount reference, mount even with final
surface, or with up to 1/4" (6.4 mm) maximum recess
4098-9832 Adapter Plate, required for
mounting to surface mounted boxes
and 4" square flush box
4-7/8" (124 mm)
15/16"
(24 mm)
ALARM
TrueAlarm Bases
4098-9780, 4098-9789, 4098-9791, & 4098-9792
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TrueAlarm Sensors
Features
4098-9733 Heat Sensor
Sealed against rear air flow entry
Interchangeable mounting
EMI/RFI shielded electronics
Heat sensors:
TrueAlarm heat sensors are self-restoring and provide rate
compensated, fixed temperature sensing, selectable with
or without rate-of-rise temperature sensing. Due to its
small thermal mass, the sensor accurately and quickly
measures the local temperature for analysis at the fire
alarm control panel.

Selectable rate compensated, fixed temperature
sensing with or without rate-of-rise operation
 Rated spacing distance between sensors:
Fixed Temp.
Setting
UL & ULC
Spacing
FM Spacing, Either Fixed
Temperature Setting
135° F
(57.2° C)
60 ft x 60 ft
(18.3 m)
20 ft x 20 ft (6.1 m) for fixed
temperature only; RTI = Quick
155° F
(68° C)
40 ft x 40 ft
(12.2 m)
50 ft x 50 ft (15.2 m) for fixed
temperature with either rate-of-rise
selection; RTI = Ultra Fast
Rate-of-rise temperature detection is selectable at the
control panel for either 15° F (8.3° C) or 20° F (11.1° C)
per minute. Fixed temperature sensing is independent of
rate-of-rise sensing and programmable to operate at
135° F (57.2° C) or 155° F (68° C). In a slow developing
fire, the temperature may not increase rapidly enough to
operate the rate-of-rise feature. However, an alarm will be
initiated when the temperature reaches its rated fixed
temperature setting.
Smoke Sensors:



TrueAlarm heat sensors can be programmed as a utility
device to monitor for temperature extremes in the range
from 32° F to 155° F (0° C to 68° C). This feature can
provide freeze warnings or alert to HVAC system
problems. Refer to specific panels for availability.
Photoelectric technology sensing
360° smoke entry for optimum response
Built-in insect screens
4098-9714 Photoelectric Sensor
4-7/8" (124 mm)
TrueAlarm photoelectric sensors use a stable, pulsed
infrared LED light source and a silicon photodiode
receiver to provide consistent and accurate low power
smoke sensing. Seven levels of sensitivity are available
for each individual sensor, ranging from 0.2% to 3.7% per
foot of smoke obscuration. Sensitivities of 0.2%, 0.5%,
and 1% are for special applications in clean areas.
Standard sensitivities are 1.5%, 2.0%, 2.5%, 3.0%, and
3.7%. Application type and sensitivity are selected and
then monitored at the fire alarm control panel.*
LED status indicator
2-3/8"
(60 mm)
4098-9733 Heat Sensor with Base
The sensor head design provides 360° smoke entry for
optimum response to smoke from any direction. Due to its
photoelectric operation, air velocity is not normally a
factor, except for impact on area smoke flow.
WARNING: In most fires, hazardous levels of smoke
and toxic gas can build up before a heat detection
device would initiate an alarm. In cases where Life
Safety is a factor, the use of smoke detection is highly
recommended.
4-7/8" (124 mm)
LED status indicator
Application Reference
2-1/8"
(54 mm)
Sensor locations should be determined only after careful
consideration of the physical layout and contents of the
area to be protected. Refer to NFPA 72, the National Fire
Alarm and Signaling Code. On smooth ceilings, smoke
sensor spacing of 30 ft (9.1 m) may be used as a guide.*
4098-9714 Photoelectric Sensor with Base
* For detailed application information including sensitivity
selection, refer to Installation Instructions 574-709.
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TrueAlarm Analog Sensing Product Selection Chart
TrueAlarm Sensor Bases (for use with Sensors 4098-9714 and 4098-9733)
(Refer to Application Manual 574-709 and Installation Instructions 574-707 for additional information)
Description
Compatibility
Mounting Requirements
4098-9792
Model*
Standard Sensor Base
No options
4” octagonal or 4” square box, 1-1/2” min.
depth; or single gang box, 2” min. depth
4098-9789
Sensor Base with connections
for Remote LED Alarm
Indicator or Unsupervised
Relay
4-Wire Sensor Supervised
Relay Base with connections
for LED Indicator or
Unsupervised Relay
2-Wire Sensor Supervised
Relay Base with connections
for LED Indicator or
Unsupervised Relay
4098-9789 IND
4098-9791**
4098-9780**
2098-9808 Remote Alarm Indicator or
4098-9822 Unsupervised Relay
2098-9737 Supervised Remote Relay
2098-9808 Remote Alarm Indicator or
4098-9822 Unsupervised Relay
4098-9860 Supervised Remote Relay
4” octagonal or 4” square box
Note: Box depth requirements depend on
total wire count and wire size, refer to
accessories list below for reference.
** NOTE: 4098-9791 and 4098-9780 are NOT
compatible with the 2120 CDT
2098-9808 Remote Alarm Indicator or
4098-9822 Unsupervised Relay
TrueAlarm Sensors
Model*
4098-9714
4098-9714 IND
4098-9733
Description
Compatibility
Mounting Requirements
Photoelectric Smoke Sensor
Bases 4098-9792, 4098-9789,
4098-9791, and 4098-9780
Refer to base requirements
Heat Sensor
TrueAlarm Sensor/Base Accessories
Model
2098-9737
4098-9860
2098-9808
4098-9822
4098-9832
Description
Compatibility
Supervised Relay, mounts remote or in
base electrical box
Supervised Relay, mounts remote or in
base electrical box
Remote Red LED Alarm Indicator on single
gang stainless steel plate
Unsupervised Relay, tracks base LED
status; Note: Mounts only in base electrical
box
Adapter Plate
For use with 4098-9791 base
For use with 4098-9780 base
Mounting Requirements
Remote Mounting requires 4” octagonal
or 4” square box, 1-1/2” minimum depth
Base Mounting requires 4” octagonal
box, 2-1/8” deep with 1-1/2” extension ring
Bases 4098-9789, 4098-9791,
and 4098-9780
Single gang box, 1-1/2” minimum depth
Bases 4098-9789, 4098-9791,
and 4098-9780
4” octagonal box, 2-1/8” deep with 1-1/2”
extension ring
Bases 4098-9792, 4098-9789,
4098-9791, and 4098-9780
Required for surface or semi-flush
mounted 4” square box and for surface
mounted 4” octagonal box
* Note: Model numbers ending in IND are assembled in India.
Specifications
General Operating Specifications
Communications and Sensor Supervisory Power
Communications Connections
Remote LED Alarm Indicator Current
Remote LED Alarm Indicator and Relay Connections
UL Listed Operating Temperature Range
Operating Temperature
Range
IDNet or MAPNET II communications, auto-selected, 1 address per base
2
2
Screw terminals for in/out wiring, 18 to 14 AWG (0.82 mm to 2.08 mm )
1 mA typical, no impact to alarm current
2
Color coded wire leads, 18 AWG (0.82 mm )
32° to 100° F (0° to 38° C)
with 4098-9733 Heat Sensor 32° to 122° F (0° to 50° C)
with 4098-9714 Smoke Sensor 15° to 122° F (-9° to 50° C)
Storage Temperature Range
Humidity Range
4098-9714 Smoke Sensor Air Velocity Rating
Housing Color
0° F to 140° F (-18° C to 60° C)
10 to 95% RH
0-4000 ft/min (0-1220 m/min)
Frost White
4098-9791 Base With Supervised Remote Relay 2098-9737 (see page 2 for contact ratings)
Externally Supplied Relay Coil Voltage
18-32 VDC (nominal 24 VDC)
Supervisory Current
270 A, from 24 VDC supply
28 mA, from 24 VDC supply
Alarm Current with 2098-9737 Relay
4098-9780 Base With Supervised Remote Relay 4098-9860 (see page 2 for contact ratings)
Power
Supplied from communications
4098-9822 Unsupervised Relay, Requirements for Bases 4098-9789. 4098-9791, and 4098-9780 (see page 2 for contact ratings)
Externally Supplied Relay Coil Voltage
Supervisory Current
Alarm Current
18-32 VDC (nominal 24 VDC)
Supplied from communications
13 mA from separate 24 VDC supply
TYCO, SIMPLEX, and the product names listed in this material are marks and/or registered marks. Unauthorized use is strictly prohibited. NFPA 72 and National Fire Alarm and
Signaling Code are trademarks of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).
Tyco Fire Protection Products • Westminster, MA • 01441-0001 • USA
www.simplex-fire.com
S4098-0019-21 3/2016
© 2015 Tyco Fire Protection Products. All rights reserved. All specifications and other information shown were current as of document revision date and are subject to change without notice.
Multi-Application Peripherals
UL, ULC, CSFM Listed;
FM Approved *
IDNet or MAPNET II Communicating Devices
Addressable Manual Stations
Features
Individually addressable manual fire alarm
stations with:
 Power and data supplied via IDNet or MAPNET II
addressable communications using a single wire pair
 Operation that complies with ADA requirements
 Visible LED indicator that flashes during
communications and is on steady when the station has
been activated
 The NO GRIP Single Action Station and Retrofit Kit
are available with a more easily operated pull lever for
applications where anticipated users may find the
standard station lever difficult to activate
 Pull lever that protrudes when alarmed
 Break-rod supplied (use is optional)
 Models are available with single or double action
(breakglass or push) operation
 UL listed to Standard 38
Compatible with the following Simplex® control
panels:
 Model Series 4007ES, 4008, 4010, 4010ES, 4100ES,
4100U, 4020, 4100, and 4120 fire alarm control
panels equipped with either IDNet or MAPNET II
communications
 Model Series 2120 Communicating Device
Transponders (CDTs) equipped with MAPNET II
communications
Compact construction:
 Electronics module enclosure minimizes dust
infiltration
 Allows mounting in standard electrical boxes
 Screw terminals for wiring connections
Tamper resistant reset key lock (keyed same as
Simplex fire alarm cabinets)
Multiple mounting options:
 Surface or semi-flush with standard boxes or matching
Simplex boxes
 Flush mount adapter kit
 Adapters are available for retrofitting to commonly
available existing boxes
Description
The Simplex addressable manual station combines the
familiar Simplex manual station housing with a compact
communication module that is easily installed to satisfy
demanding applications. Its integral individual
addressable module (IAM) constantly monitors status and
communicates changes to the connected control panel via
IDNet or MAPNET II communications wiring.
* Refer to page 2 for specific model listings. This product has been approved by the
California State Fire Marshal (CSFM) pursuant to Section 13144.1 of the California Health
and Safety Code. See CSFM Listing 7150-0026:224 for allowable values and/or conditions
concerning material presented in this document. Additional listings may be applicable;
contact your local Simplex product supplier for the latest status. Listings and approvals
under Simplex Time Recorder Co. are the property of Tyco Fire Protection Products.
4099-9004
Single action
4099-9021
NO GRIP
Single action
FIRE
ALARM
4099-9805
NO GRIP
Retrofit kit
FIRE
ALARM
PUSH
PULL DOWN
KEY
OPERATED
ONLY
4099-9005
Breakglass
4099-9006
Push
With 2099-9828
Institutional
Cover kit
Operation
Activation of the 4099-9004 single action manual station
requires a firm downward pull to activate the alarm switch.
Completing the action breaks an internal plastic break-rod
(visible below the pull lever, use is optional). The use of a
break-rod can be a deterrent to vandalism without
interfering with the minimum pull requirements needed for
easy activation. The pull lever latches into the alarm
position and remains extended out of the housing to provide
a visible indication.
Single Action NO GRIP Station 4099-9021. For
applications such as California Building Code, Title 24,
which requires “Controls and operating mechanisms shall
be operable with one hand and shall not require tight
grasping, pinching or twisting of the wrist” the model
4099-9021 station provides a more easily operated pull
lever compared to standard stations. Retrofit of existing
stations is available using the 4099-9805 Retrofit kit.
Double Action Stations (Breakglass) require the
operator to strike the front mounted hammer to break the
glass and expose the recessed pull lever. The pull lever then
operates as a single action station.
Double Action Stations (Push Type) require that a
spring loaded interference plate (marked PUSH) be pushed
back to access the pull lever of the single action station.
Station reset requires the use of a key to reset the manual
station lever and deactivate the alarm switch. (If the breakrod is used, it must be replaced.)
Station testing is performed by physical activation of the
pull lever. Electrical testing can be also performed by
unlocking the station housing to activate the alarm switch.
S4099-0005 10/2014
Addressable Manual Station Product Selection
Addressable Manual Stations, Red Housing with White Letters and White Pull Lever
Model
Description
Housing
Pull Lever
FIRE ALARM
FEU FIRE
ALARME FEU
FOGO ALARME
ALARMA FUEGO
PULL DOWN
TIREZ PULL
ABAISSEZ
PUXE
JALE
UL, ULC, FM, CSFM
4099-9005
Double Action, Breakglass operation, English
4099-9005PO Double Action, Breakglass operation, Portuguese
4099-9005SP Double Action, Breakglass operation, Spanish
FIRE ALARM
FOGO ALARME
ALARMA FUEGO
PULL DOWN
PUXE
JALE
UL, ULC, FM, CSFM
4099-9006
Double Action, Push operation, English
4099-9006PO Double Action, Push operation, Portuguese
4099-9006SP Double Action, Push operation, Spanish
FIRE ALARM
FOGO ALARME
ALARMA FUEGO
4099-9004
4099-9004CB
4099-9004CF
4099-9004PO
4099-9004SP
4099-9021
Single Action, English
Single Action, Bilingual English and French
Single Action, French
Single Action, Portuguese
Single Action, Spanish
Single Action NO GRIP operation, English
Listings
ULC
UL, FM
UL, FM
PUSH PULL DOWN UL, ULC, FM, CSFM
EMPURRE PUXE
UL, FM
EMPUJE JALE
FIRE ALARM
PULL DOWN
UL, ULC, FM, CSFM
Accessories (refer to pages 3 and 4 for details)
Model
Description
2975-9022
2975-9178
2099-9813
2099-9819
2099-9820
4099-9805
Model
Cast aluminum surface mount box, red
Surface mount steel box, red
Semi-flush trim plate for double gang switch
box, red
Flush mount adapter kit, black
Flush mount adapter kit, beige
2099-9803
2099-9804
2099-9828
2099-9814
Description
Replacement breakglass
Replacement break-rod
Institutional cover kit for field installation on 4099-9004;
Note: Covers LED indicator
Surface trim plate for Wiremold box V5744-2, red
Retrofit Kit for field conversion of a single action station to a NO GRIP station; refer to Installation Instructions
579-1007 for details
Specifications (refer to Installation Instructions 579-1135 for additional information)
Power and Communications
Address Means
Wire Connections
UL Listed Temperature Range
Humidity Range
Housing Color
Material
Pull Lever Color
Housing Dimensions
IDNet or MAPNET II communications, 1 address per station
DIP switch, 8 position
Screw terminal for in/out wiring, for 18 to 14 AWG wire (0.82 mm2 to 2.08 mm2)
32° to 120° F (0° to 49° C) intended for indoor operation
Up to 93% RH at 100° F (38° F)
Red with white raised lettering
Housing and pull lever are Lexan polycarbonate or equal
White with red raised lettering
5” H x 3 ¾” W x 1” D (127 mm x 95 mm x 25 mm)
Addressable Manual Station Semi-Flush Mounting
4" Square Box Mount
4" (102 mm) square box, 2 1/8" (54 mm) minimum
depth, RACO #231 or equal (supplied by others)
Mount flush or with
1/16" (2 mm)
maximum extension
DO NOT RECESS
Single Gang Box Mount
Single gang box, 2 1/2" deep
(64 mm), RACO #500 or equal
(supplied by others)
FIRE
ALARM
PULL DOWN
4" Square box
with cover plate
Station
side view
Single gang cover plate, 3/4"
(19 mm) extension, RACO #773
or equal (supplied by others)
Single gang
box outline
LED Indicator
Wall surface
Semi-Flush Mount Side View
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Addressable Manual Stations Surface Mounting
Preferred Mounting. For surface
mounting of these addressable
manual stations, the preferred
electrical boxes are shown in the
illustration to the right.
Additional Mounting
Reference. Refer to page 4 for
Wiremold box mounting
compatibility.
2975-9178 Box
5-3/16" H x 4" W x 2-3/16" D
(132 mm x 102 mm x 56 mm)
(ordered separately)
2975-9022 Cast Box
5" H x 3-7/8" W x 2-3/16" D
(127 mm x 98 mm x 56 mm)
(ordered separately)
Knockouts located
top and bottom
FIR
FIRE
E
ALARM
PULL DOWN
Access for 3/4" threaded
conduit located top and bottom
5"
(127 mm)
1" (25.4 mm)
3-3/4" (95 mm)
4099 Series Addressable Manual Station
Surface Mount Side View with Internal Detail
1-1/4"
(32 mm)
Field wiring
(shown for reference)
Application Reference
Simplex 2975-9178 box
(shown for reference)
Address setting under
resealable label (accessible
with cover open)
2-5/8"
(67 mm)
Station cover
hinges open for
installation access
Switch wiring
(prewired)
3
Refer to NFPA 72, the National Fire
Alarm and Signaling Code, and all
applicable local codes for complete
requirements for manual stations. The
following summarizes the basic
requirements.
1. Stations shall be located in the
normal path of exit and distributed
in the protected area such that they
are unobstructed and readily
accessible.
2. Mounting shall be with the
operable part not less than 42 in
(1.07 m) and not more than 48 in
(1.22 m) above floor level.
3. At least one station shall be
provided on each floor. Additional
stations shall be provided to obtain
a travel distance not more than
200 ft (61 m) to the nearest station
from any point in the building.
4. When manual station coverage
appears limited in any way,
additional stations should be
installed.
S4099-0005 10/2014
Addressable Manual Station, Additional Mounting Information
For retrofit and new installations,
additional compatible mounting
boxes and the required adapter plates
are shown in the illustration to the
right.
Wiremold
receptacle box
model V5744-2
(supplied by
others)
2099-9814 Surface trim
for Wiremold box
5-1/8" H x 5" W
(130 mm x 127 mm)
Two gang switch box, each
3" H x 2" W x 2-3/4" D
(76 mm x 51 mm x 70 mm)
(supplied by others)
Addressable
station
2099-9813 Semi-flush trim for 2 gang
switch box, 6" H x 4-1/2" W
(152 mm x 114 mm)
Addressable Manual Station, Flush Mounting Information
Flush mount adapter kit
2099-9819, Black
2099-9820, Beige
Box must be recessed into wall
1" to 1-1/8" (25.4 mm to 29 mm)
8"
(203 mm)
Hole cutout must be a
minimum of 6" H by 5" W
(152 mm by 127 mm)
6"
(152
mm)
4-3/4" (121 mm)
Wall
surface
4-11/16" (119 mm)
square box, 2-1/8"
(54 mm) minimum
depth (by others)
6-3/4" (171 mm)
Front View
Side View
TYCO, SIMPLEX, and the product names listed in this material are marks and/or registered marks. Unauthorized use is strictly prohibited. NFPA 72 and National Fire
Alarm and Signaling Code are trademarks of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). Lexan is a trademark of the General Electric Co. Wiremold is a trademark of
the Wiremold Company.
Tyco Fire Protection Products • Westminster, MA • 01441-0001 • USA
www.simplex-fire.com
S4099-0005 10/2014
© 2014 Tyco Fire Protection Products. All rights reserved. All specifications and other information shown were current as of document revision date and are subject to change without notice.
TrueAlert® Multi-Candela Notification Appliances
UL, ULC, CSFM Listed; FM Approved;
MEA (NYC) Acceptance*
Visible Notification Appliances with Synchronized Flash;
Non-Addressable, SmartSync™ Operation Compatible
Features
Visible only (V/O) 24 VDC notification appliances
with high output xenon strobe, available for wall
or ceiling mount:
i Intensity is selectable as 15, 30, 75, or 110 candela with
visible selection jumper secured behind strobe housing
i Operation is compatible with ADA requirements (refer
to important installation information on page 3)
i Polarized input allows connection to compatible reverse
polarity, supervised notification appliance circuit (NAC)
i Regulated circuit design ensures consistent flash output
and provides controlled inrush current
i Rugged, high impact, flame retardant thermoplastic
housings are available in red or white with clear lens
i Listed to UL 1971 and ULC S526
Wall Mount Strobes
Strobes provide synchronized flash for use with:
i 4006, 4008, 4010, and 4100U Series fire alarm control
panels with NACs selected to provide strobe
synchronization or SmartSync two-wire control**
i 4009 IDNet™ NAC Extenders
i Separate strobe Synchronization Modules that are
available for Class B or Class A operation
i Separate SmartSync Control Modules (SCMs) that
provide Class B or Class A output from conventional
NAC inputs
Strobe housings provides flexible, easy, and
convenient semi-flush or surface wall mounting:
i Rear of housing does not extend into box
i Wall mount strobes easily mount to single gang, double
gang, or 4-inch square outlet box
i Ceiling mount strobes mount to single gang boxes
Wall mount strobe features:
i Wiring terminals are accessible from the front of the
housing providing easy access for installation,
inspection, and testing
i Covers are available separately to convert housing color
Optional adapters and wire guards:
i Wall mount strobe adapters are available to cover
surface mounted electrical boxes and to adapt to
Simplex® 2975-9145 boxes
i UL listed red wire guards are available for wall or
ceiling mount strobes*
*
Refer to page 2 for guard listing. This product has been approved by the California State
Fire Marshal (CSFM) pursuant to Section 13144.1 of the California Health and Safety
Code. See CSFM Listing 7125-0026:316 for allowable values and/or conditions concerning
material presented in this document. It is subject to re-examination, revision, and possible
cancellation. Refer to page 2 for listing status of wire guards. Additional listings may be
applicable; contact your local Simplex product supplier for the latest status. Listings and
approvals under Simplex Time Recorder Co. are the property of Tyco Safety Products
Westminster.
Ceiling Mount Strobes
Description
Multi-Candela TrueAlert synchronized strobes
provide convenient installation to standard electrical
boxes. The enclosure designs are both impact and vandal
resistant and provide a convenient strobe intensity
selection. Since each model can be selected for intensity
output, on-site model inventory is minimized and changes
encountered during construction can be easily
accommodated.
Wall mount strobe housings are a one-piece assembly
(including lens) that mounts to a single or double gang, or
4” square standard electrical box. The cover can be
quickly removed (a tool is required) and covers are
available separately for color conversion.
Ceiling mount strobes install using standard single gang
electrical boxes. Color choice is determined by model
number.
Strobe Intensity Selection
During installation, a selection plug at the back of the
housing determines the desired strobe intensity. An
attached flag with black letters on a highly visible yellow
background allows the selected intensity to be seen at the
side of the strobe lens.
Strobe Application Reference
Proper selection of visible notification is dependent on
occupancy, location, local codes, and proper applications
of: the National Fire Alarm Code (NFPA 72), ANSI
A117.1; the appropriate model building code: BOCA,
ICBO, or SBCCI; and the application guidelines of the
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
** Simplex multi-candela SmartSync two-wire horn/strobe appliance operation is protected
under one or more of the following U.S. Patent Numbers: 5,559,492; 5,622,427; 5,865,527;
5,886,620; 6,281,789; 6,954,137; 7,005,971; and 7,006,003.
S4906-0001-4 9/2009
Synchronized Strobes
SmartSync Control Sources
Multiple Strobes. When multiple strobes and their
reflections can be seen from one location, synchronized
flashes reduce the probability of photo-sensitive reactions
as well as the annoyance and possible distraction of
random flashing. These multi-candela strobes are
synchronized over a two-wire circuit when connected to
compatible NACs, to compatible Synchronized Flash
Modules, or to SmartSync Control Modules.
SmartSync two-wire control is available from:
i 4006, 4008, 4100U, and 4010 Fire Alarm Control
Panels (refer to individual product data sheets for more
information)
i 4009 IDNet NAC Extenders (refer to data sheet
S4009-0002)
i SmartSync Control Module (SCM) Model 4905-9938
(refer to data sheet S4905-0003)
SmartSync Two-Wire Control
Additional SmartSync compatible notification
appliances include separate horns and combination
horn/strobe notification appliances.
Some applications desire the audible notification
appliances to be capable of being silenced before the
alarm condition is reset (on-until-silenced) while the
visible notification appliances are kept activated until the
alarm condition is reset (on-until-reset). SmartSync
operation mode provides this function using a single
circuit (two-wire operation).
Product Selection
Multi-Candela Visible Notification Appliances (Strobes)
Model
4906-9101
4906-9103
4906-9102
4906-9104
Mounting
Housing Color
“FIRE” Lettering
Wall
Red
White
White
Red
Ceiling
Red
White
White
Red
Description
Multi-candela strobe with intensity selectable as:
15, 30, 75, or 110 candela; synchronized flash rate;
SmartSync two-wire control compatible
Wall Mount Strobe Adapters
Model
Description
Dimensions
4905-9937
Red
4905-9940
White
4905-9931
Red Adapter Plate for mounting to Simplex 2975-9145 box (typically for
retrofit, may be mounted vertical or horizontal)
2975-9145
Red Mounting Box, requires Adapter Plate 4905-9931
Surface Mount Adapter Skirt; use to cover 1-1/2” (38 mm)
deep surface mounted boxes
5-3/8” H x 5-1/4” W x 1-5/8” D
(136 mm x 133 mm x 41 mm)
Total depth with strobe = 4-3/8” (111 mm)
8-5/16” x 5-3/4” x 0.060” Thick
(211 mm x 146 mm x 1.5 mm)
7-7/8" x 5-1/8" x 2-3/4" D
(200 mm x 130 mm x 70 mm)
Ceiling Mount Strobe Adapter
Model
4905-9910
Description
Dimensions
Surface Mount Adapter Plate; zinc plated; required for mounting to
handy box; not needed when using 4905-9926 guard
4-7/8” x 3-1/8” x 0.060” D
(124 mm x 79 mm x 1.5)
Synchronization Modules (refer to data sheet S4905-0003 for additional information)
Model
Description
Dimensions
Synchronized Flash Module; epoxy encapsulated with
in/out 18 AWG (0.82 mm2) wire leads, rated for 2 A NAC,
requires 5 mA for power
4905-9914
Class B
4905-9922
Class A
4905-9938
SmartSync Control Module with Class B or Class A output; mounts in
4” (102 mm) square box
1-3/8” x 2-7/16” x 13/16”
(35 mm x 62 mm x 20 mm)
4” x 4-1/8” x 1-1/4” D
(102 mm x 105 mm x 32 mm)
Replacement Covers and Guards
Model
Description
Dimensions
4905-9992
Red cover with white “FIRE” lettering
4905-9993
White cover with red “FIRE” lettering
4905-9961*
Wall mount
4905-9926*
Ceiling mount
For Wall mount strobes
Red wire guard with mounting plate, compatible with
semi-flush or surface mounted boxes
5-1/8” H x 5” W x 1-1/2” D
(130 mm x 127 mm x 38 mm)
6-1/16” H x 6-1/16” W x 3-1/8” D
(154 mm x 154 mm x 79 mm)
6-1/8” x 4-3/8” x 2-7/8” deep
(156 mm x 111 mm x 73 mm)
* UL listed by Space Age Electronics Inc.
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Strobe Specifications
Wall Mount or Ceiling Mount, Common Specifications
Rated Voltage Range
Flash Rate
Synchronized NAC Loading
Temperature Range
Humidity Range
Regulated 24 VDC; see Note 1 below
1 Hz
Up to 35 synchronized strobes maximum per NAC
32° to 122° F (0° to 50° C)
10% to 93%, non-condensing at 100° F (38° C)
Terminal blocks for 18 AWG to 12 AWG (0.82 mm2 to 3.31 mm2); two wires per
terminal for in/out wiring
Connections
Housing Dimensions (with lens)
Wall
Mount
5-1/8” H x 5” W x 2-3/4” D (130 mm x 127 mm x 70 mm)
15 cd
30 cd
75 cd
60 mA
94 mA
186 mA
Maximum RMS Current Rating per
Strobe Setting (see Note 2 below)
Reference RMS Currents
at other voltages
18 VDC
53 mA
84 mA
165 mA
224 mA
24 VDC
40 mA
63 mA
124 mA
168 mA
Housing Dimensions (with lens)
Ceiling
Mount
4-3/4” L x 2-5/16” W x 2-5/8” D (121 mm x 75 mm x 67 mm)
15 cd
30 cd
75 cd
75 mA
125 mA
233 mA
Maximum RMS Current Rating per
Strobe Setting (see Note 2 below)
Reference RMS Currents
at other voltages
110 cd
252 mA
18 VDC
24 VDC
67 mA
50 mA
111 mA
83 mA
207 mA
155 mA
110 cd
316 mA
281 mA
211 mA
NOTES:
1. “Regulated 24 VDC” refers to the voltage range of 16 to 33 VDC per UL Standard 1971, Signaling Devices for the Hearing
Impaired, changes effective May 1, 2004. This voltage range is the absolute operating range. Operation outside of this range
may cause permanent damage to the strobe. Please note that 16 VDC is the lowest operating voltage that is allowed at the last
appliance on the NAC under worst case conditions.
2. The maximum RMS current listed is the device nameplate rating. Strobe designs are constant wattage and the maximum RMS
current rating occurs at the lowest allowable operating voltage. (RMS is root mean square and refers to the effective value of a
varying current waveform.)
Installation Reference, Surface or Semi-Flush Wall Mounting
Mounting is compatible with
single gang, double gang, and
4" (102 mm) square boxes,
1-1/2" (38 mm) deep, by others
IMPORTANT! WALL MOUNT
INSTALLATION HEIGHT REFERENCE
Bottom of lens
is either even
with, or slightly
above bottom
of compatible
boxes
Wiring access hole
2
Wiring terminals
1
Mounting Holes:
4" square (4)
Single gang (2)
Double gang (3)
Transparent housing
and lens assembly
80" (2.03 m)
minimum
110
75
30
15
Intensity selection
plug, accessible only
from rear of housing;
factory setting is 15 cd
Removable cover
(tool required)
NFPA 72 requires
that the entire lens
be not less than
a
80" and not greater
than 96" above the
finished floor
Electrical
box outline
Strobe intensity
viewing slot
3
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Ceiling Mount Strobe Installation Reference
Single gang box (Wiremold
V5744S) 2-1/4" (57 mm)
deep, supplied by others
Handy box, 1-1/2" ( 38 mm) deep
(RACO 650 or equal) or single gang
box, 2-1/2" (64 mm) deep (RACO 519
or equal) supplied by others
Also can be attached to boxes
mounted to drop ceiling T-bar with
clips (ERICO No. 512 or equal)
4905-9910 Adapter Plate, required for
surface mount with handy box unless
using the 4905-9926 wire guard
Ceiling mount strobe
Optional 4905-9926 wire guard
with mounting plate
110
75
30
15
Strobe intensity
viewing slot
Intensity selection plug,
accessible only from rear of lens
housing; factory setting is 15 cd
Wall Mount Installation Reference; Adapter Plate, Guard, and Adapter Skirt
2975-9145 Box
Surface Mounting Reference
with Optional Adapter Skirt
and Optional Wire Guard
Surface mount conduit and
box shown for reference
4" (102 mm) square
box profile, 1-1/2"
(38 mm) deep
Optional
4905-9961
Wire Guard
Strobe
4905-9931 Adapter Plate
4905-9931 Adapter Plate
4905-9961 Optional Wire Guard
(shown here for reference only,
can be used on other mounting options)
Optional Surface Mount Adapter Skirt,
1-1/2" deep: 4905-9937, Red;
4905-9940, White (conduit knockouts
are provided on all four sides)
Tyco is a registered trademark of Tyco International Services GmbH and is used under license. Simplex, the Simplex logo, IDNet, TrueAlert, and SmartSync are trademarks of
Tyco International Ltd. and its affiliates and are used under license. NFPA 72 and National Fire Alarm Code are registered trademarks of the National Fire Protection
Association (NFPA).
Tyco Safety Products Westminster • Westminster, MA • 01441-0001 • USA
www.tycosafetyproducts-usa-wm.com
S4906-0001-4 9/2009
© 2009 Tyco Safety Products Westminster. All rights reserved. All specifications and other information shown were current as of document revision date and are subject to change without notice.
TrueAlert Multi-Candela Notification Appliances
UL, ULC, CSFM Listed; FM Approved;
MEA (NYC) Acceptance*
SmartSync Operation Audible/Visible Notification
with Horn and Synchronized Flash, Non-Addressable
Features
Audible/visible (A/V) notification appliances with
efficient electronic horn and high output xenon
strobe, available for wall or ceiling mount
 Operation is compatible with ADA requirements (refer
to important installation information on page 3)
 Rugged, high impact, flame retardant thermoplastic
housings are available in red or white with clear lens
Operates over a two-wire SmartSync circuit to
provide:
 Horns that are controlled separately from strobes on the
same two-wire circuit
 “On-until-silenced” and “on-until-reset” operation on
the same two-wire pair
 SmartSync horn activation of Temporal pattern, March
Time pattern (at 60 BPM), or on continuously
 Strobe appliances on the same circuit operating at a
synchronized 1 Hz flash rate
 Class B operation requires connection to a compatible
SmartSync NAC or to SmartSync Control Module
(SCM) 4905-9938
 Class A operation when connected to the 4905-9938
SCM or with 4100U series fire alarm control panel
NACs
Wall mount A/Vs features:
 Wiring terminals are accessible from the front of the
housing providing easy access for installation,
inspection, and testing
 Covers are available separately to convert housing color
 Available UL listed sound damper for locations
requiring attenuation of 5 to 6 dBA (stairwells, small
rooms, highly reverberant areas, etc.)
Optional adapters and wire guards:
 Wall mount A/V adapters are available to cover surface
mounted electrical boxes and to adapt to Simplex®
2975-9145 boxes
 UL listed red wire guards are available for wall or
ceiling mount A/Vs
Visible notification appliance (strobe):
 24 VDC xenon strobe; intensity is selectable as 15, 30,
75, or 110 candela with visible selection jumper secured
behind strobe housing
 UL listed to Standard 1971
 Regulated circuit design ensures consistent flash output
and provides controlled inrush current
Audible notification appliance (horn):
 Low current, 24 VDC electronic horn with harmonically
rich sound output suitable for either steady or coded
operation (Temporal or 60 BPM March Time pattern)
 UL listed to Standard 464
Wall and Ceiling Mount A/Vs
Description
Multi-Candela TrueAlert A/Vs with horn and
synchronized strobe provide convenient installation
to standard electrical boxes. The enclosure designs are
both impact and vandal resistant and provide a convenient
strobe intensity selection. Since each model can be
selected for strobe intensity output, on-site model
inventory is minimized and changes encountered during
construction can be easily accommodated.
Wall mount A/V housings are a one-piece assembly
(including lens) that mounts to a single or double gang, or
4” square standard electrical box. The cover can be
quickly removed (a tool is required) and covers are
available separately for color conversion.
Ceiling mount A/Vs install using standard 4” electrical
boxes. Color choice is determined by model number.
Strobe Intensity Selection
During installation, a selection plug at the back of the
housing determines the desired strobe intensity. An
attached flag with black letters on a highly visible yellow
background allows the selected intensity to be seen at the
side of the strobe lens.
* This product has been approved by the California State Fire Marshal (CSFM) pursuant to
Section 13144.1 of the California Health and Safety Code. See CSFM Listing
7125-0026:317 for allowable values and/or conditions concerning material presented in this
document. Accepted for use – City of New York Department of Buildings – MEA35-93E.
Refer to page 2 for listing status of wire guards. Additional listings may be applicable;
contact your local Simplex product supplier for the latest status. Listings and approvals
under Simplex Time Recorder Co. are the property of Tyco Fire Protection Products.
S4906-0002-6 11/2014
Strobe Application Selection
SmartSync Two-Wire Control
Proper selection of visible notification is dependent on
occupancy, location, local codes, and proper applications
of: the National Fire Alarm Code (NFPA 72), ANSI
A117.1; the appropriate model building code: BOCA,
ICBO, or SBCCI; and the application guidelines of the
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
SmartSync operation mode allows a two-wire circuit to
provide the ability to activate both the horn and strobe on
the same NAC and then allow the horn to be silenced
while the strobe remains flashing. The horn operates as
“on-until-silenced” while the strobe operation is
“on-until-reset.”
Synchronized Strobes
SmartSync Control Sources
 4006, 4007ES Hybrid, 4008, 4010, 4010ES, 4100ES,
and 4100U Fire Alarm Control Panels (refer to
individual product data sheets for more information)
Multiple Strobes. When multiple strobes and their
reflections can be seen from one location, synchronized
flashes reduce the probability of photo-sensitive reactions
as well as the annoyance and possible distraction of
random flashing. The multi-candela strobes of these A/Vs
are synchronized by the controlling SmartSync operation
NAC.
 4009 IDNet NAC Extender (refer to data sheet
S4009-0002)
 SmartSync Control Module (SCM) 4905-9938 (refer to
data sheet S4905-0003)
Additional SmartSync compatible notification
appliances include separate horns and combination
horn/strobe notification appliances.
Product Selection
Multi-Candela A/Vs
Model
4906-9127
4906-9129
4906-9128
4906-9130
Mounting
Housing Color
“FIRE” Lettering
Wall
Red
White
White
Red
Ceiling
Red
White
White
Red
Description
Horn with Multi-Candela Strobe; strobe intensity selectable as:
15, 30, 75, or 110 candela; operates with SmartSync two-wire
control
Wall Mount A/V Accessories
Model
Description
Dimensions
4905-9937
Red
4905-9940
White
4905-9931
Red Adapter Plate for mounting to Simplex 2975-9145 box (typically for
retrofit, may be mounted vertical or horizontal)
2975-9145
Red Mounting Box, requires Adapter Plate 4905-9931
4905-9838
Optional Sound Damper; package of 20; field installed adhesive backed
horn output attenuator; reduces output 5 to 6 dBA
NOTE: After Sound Damper installation, measure sound level to ensure
compliance with applicable code requirements
Surface Mount Adapter Skirt; use to cover 1-1/2” (38 mm) deep
surface mounted boxes
5-3/8” H x 5-1/4” W x 1-5/8” D
(136 mm x 133 mm x 41 mm)
depth with strobe = 4-3/8” (111 mm)
8-5/16” x 5-3/4” x 0.060” Thick
(211 mm x 146 mm x 1.5 mm)
7-7/8" x 5-1/8" x 2-3/4" D
(200 mm x 130 mm x 70 mm)
1-3/4” Diameter (44.5 mm)
with 0.31” (8 mm) sound opening
SmartSync Control Module
Model
4905-9938
Description
Dimensions
SmartSync Control Module with Class B or Class A output; mounts in 4”
(102 mm) square box; refer to data sheet S4905-0003 for details
4” x 4-1/8” x 1-1/4” D
(102 mm x 105 mm x 32 mm)
Replacement Covers for Wall Mount A/Vs
Model
Description
Dimensions
4905-9994
Red cover with white “FIRE” lettering
4905-9995
White cover with red “FIRE” lettering
5-1/8” H x 5” W x 1-1/2” D
(130 mm x 127 mm x 38 mm)
Wire Guards and Ceiling Mount A/V Adapter
Model
4905-9961*
Description
Red Wire Guard for mounting to flush mounted electrical box
4905-9927*
4905-9928*
4905-9915
4905-9916
Dimensions
Wall mount red wire guard with mounting plate, compatible with semi-flush
or surface mounted boxes
Ceiling
Mount
Red Adapter Plate, required to mount guard to surface
mounted electrical box
White
Surface Mount Adapter Box Extension, use to cover
1-1/2” deep surface mounted boxes
Red
6-1/16” H x 6-1/16” W x 3-1/8” D
(154 mm x 154 mm x 79 mm)
8-1/2” x 6-1/8” x 3”
(216 mm x 156 mm x 76 mm)
9” x 7”
(229 mm x 178 mm)
4-3/4" x 6-7/8" x 1-1/2" deep,
(121 mm x 175 mm x 38 mm)
* UL listed by Space Age Electronics Inc.
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A/V Specifications
Wall Mount or Ceiling Mount, Common Specifications
UL Listed Rating Regulated 24 DC; see Note 1 below
ULC Listed Rating 20 VDC to 30 VDC per ULC S526-M878
Rated Voltage Range
Flash Rate and Synchronized NAC Loading
1 Hz; with up to 35 synchronized strobes maximum per NAC
Environmental; Temperature and Humidity
32° to 122° F (0° to 50° C); 10% to 93%, non-condensing at 100° F (38° C)
Connections
Terminal blocks for 18 AWG to 12 AWG (0.82 mm to 3.31 mm ); two wires per
terminal for in/out wiring
2
Horn Output Characteristics
2400 to 3700 Hz sweep, modulated at 120 Hz rate
Voltage
Horn Output
Ratings
@ 10 ft (3 m)
(see Note 2)
24 VDC
33 VDC
Steady
Coded
Steady
Coded
Steady
Coded
UL 464 Reverberant Chamber
86 dBA
82 dBA
88 dBA
84 dBA
90 dBA
86 dBA
Anechoic Chamber
92 dBA
91 dBA
94 dBA
95 dBA
96 dBA
96 dBA
5-1/8” H x 5” W x 2-3/4” D (130 mm x 127 mm x 70 mm)
15 cd
30 cd
75 cd
110 cd
75 mA
116 mA
221 mA
285 mA
18 VDC
67 mA
103 mA
196 mA
253 mA
24 VDC
50 mA
77 mA
147 mA
190 mA
Maximum RMS Current Rating per
Strobe Setting (see Note 3 below)
Reference RMS Currents
at other voltages
Housing Dimensions (with lens)
Ceiling
Mount
16 VDC
Sound Type (see Note 2)
Housing Dimensions (with lens)
Wall
Mount
2
4-3/4 L” x 6-7/8” W x 2-5/8” D (121 mm x 175 mm x 67 mm)
Maximum RMS Current Rating per
Strobe Setting (see Note 3 below)
Reference RMS Currents
at other voltages
18 VDC
24 VDC
15 cd
30 cd
75 cd
110 cd
86 mA
132 mA
250 mA
320 mA
76 mA
57 mA
117 mA
88 mA
222 mA
167 mA
284 mA
213 mA
NOTES:
1. “Regulated 24 DC” refers to the voltage range of 16 to 33 VDC per UL Standard 1971, Signaling Devices for the Hearing Impaired. This
voltage range is the absolute operating range. Operation outside of this range may cause permanent damage to the appliance. Please
note that 16 VDC is the lowest operating voltage that is allowed at the last appliance on the NAC under worst case conditions.
2. Coded values are typical of the output measured with a Temporal coded or a March Time coded pulse and with a sound level meter
reading on a “fast” setting. Under the same test conditions, coded horn output “peak” sound level readings are typically 4 dBA higher.
Anechoic horn output ratings are typically more representative of actual installed sound output.
3. Currents are with horn on steady. The maximum RMS current listed is the device nameplate rating. Strobe designs are constant wattage
and the maximum RMS current rating occurs at the lowest allowable operating voltage. (RMS is root mean square and refers to the
effective value of a varying current waveform.)
Installation Reference, Surface or Semi-Flush Mounting
Mounting is compatible with
single gang, double gang, and
4" (102 mm) square boxes,
1-1/2" (38 mm) deep, by others
IMPORTANT! WALL MOUNT
INSTALLATION HEIGHT REFERENCE
Optional 4905-9838
Sound Damper, field attached
to attenuate sound 5 to 6 dBA
4
Bottom of lens
is either even
with, or slightly
above bottom
of compatible
boxes
3
Wiring access hole
2
Wiring terminals for
SmartSync operation
1
Mounting Holes:
4" square (4)
Single gang (2)
Double gang (3)
Transparent housing
and lens assembly
Intensity selection
plug, accessible only
from rear of housing;
factory setting is 15 cd
Removable cover
(tool required)
Electrical
box outline
NFPA 72 requires
that the entire lens
be not less than
a
80" and not greater
than 96" above the
finished floor
80" (2.03 m)
minimum
110
75
30
15
Strobe intensity
viewing slot
3
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Ceiling Mount A/V and Guard Installation Reference
Ceiling reference,
surface mounted box
Optional 4905-9928 Adapter Plate,
required for surface mounted electrical box
4" (102 mm) square box,
1-1/2" (38 mm) minimum depth
Four mounting clamps included, two each side
Ceiling reference,
flush mounted box
Optional 4905-9915/-9916 Adapter,
recommended for surface mounted box
Optional 4905-9927
Red Wire Guard
Wiring terminals are
located behind the housing
End View
110
75
30
15
Strobe intensity viewing slot
Intensity selection plug,
accessible only from rear of lens
housing; factory setting is 15 cd
Wall Mount Installation Reference; Adapter Plate, Guard, and Adapter Skirt
2975-9145 Box
Surface Mounting Reference
with Optional Adapter Skirt
and Optional Wire Guard
Surface mount conduit and
box shown for reference
4" (102 mm) square
box profile, 1-1/2"
(38 mm) deep
Optional
4905-9961
Wire Guard
A/V
4905-9931 Adapter Plate
4905-9931 Adapter Plate
4905-9961 Optional Wire Guard
(shown here for reference only,
can be used on other mounting options)
Optional Surface Mount Adapter Skirt,
1-1/2" deep: 4905-9937, Red;
4905-9940, White (conduit knockouts
are provided on all four sides)
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