D7039
Installation Guide
EN Multiplex Expansion
Module
D7039 | Installation Guide | Notices
Notices
1.0
Use these instructions to install the D7039 Multiplex
Expansion Module in a fire system supervised by a
D7024 Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP).
The D7039 (Figure 1) connects directly to the FACP for
either two Class B multiplex buses or one Class A
multiplex bus that allows up to 247 remote points.
Install, test, and maintain the D7039 according to these
instructions, NFPA 72, local codes, and the Authority
Having Jurisdiction (AHJ).
Description
Figure 1: D7039 Module Location
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Follow the procedures in this document to
avoid personal injury and damage to the
equipment. Failure to follow these
procedures can cause the D7039 to not
operate properly. Bosch is not responsible
for improperly installed, tested, or maintained
devices.
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Power
Alarm
4
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9
* 0 #
Clear
Prog
Trouble
Silenced
3
Drill
Silence
Disable
Test
Reset
History
Cmnd
For the D7039 with ROM version 1.04 to
operate properly, the D7024 FACP must be
running version 2.05 or later firmware.
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2
3
4
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D7024 Control Board
Enclosure
I/O module for the D7039
D7039 Module
When configured for Class A operation,
the D7039 can only support Addresses 9
through 128.
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D7039 | Installation Guide | 2.0 Installation
2.0
Installation
Failure to follow the mounting instructions in this document can damage the FACP.
The D7039 and D7024 have static sensitive components and must be handled with care. Follow the
anti-static procedures when handling these modules.
Before installing the D7039 Module, remove all AC and battery power to the FACP.
1.
If the D7024 is already installed in an enclosure, remove it.
2. Place the FACP on a flat surface with the component side facing up (Item 2 in Figure 2).
3. Insert the four plastic standoffs in the mounting holes (Item 3 in Figure 2) without bending or flexing the FACP.
4. Align the standoff tabs so they do not touch the module components.
5. Firmly press the standoffs into the board, allowing the ears to expand out.
6. Mount the D7039 on the standoffs, ensuring the FACP connector pins (Item 4 in Figure 2) are properly aligned.
7.
Install the FACP in the enclosure.
8. Use the mounting screw (Item 5 in Figure 2) to secure the D7039’s ground wire (Item 6 in Figure 2) to the FACP.
Figure 2: Mounting the D7039 on the D7024
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2
Power
Alarm
Trouble
Silenced
3
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9
* 0 #
4
3
Clear
6
Prog
Drill
Silence
Disable
Test
Reset
History
Cmnd
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1 - D7039 Module
2 - D7024 FACP
3 - Standoff mounting holes (4)
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4 - FACP connector pins to align with the D7039
5 - Mounting screw
6 - Ground wire
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D7039 | Installation Guide | 2.0 Installation
9. Mount the D7039 I/O Module (Item 1 in Figure 3) in the FACP enclosure (Item 2 in Figure 3) using the mounting
holes in the enclosure (Item 3 in Figure 3).
10. Connect the yellow and green earth ground wire from the I/O module to the earth ground terminal on the
FACP control board (Item 4 in Figure 3).
Figure 3: Installing the Input-Output Module
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2
Power
Alarm
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9
* 0 #
Clear
Prog
Trouble
Silenced
3
Drill
Silence
Disable
Test
Reset
History
Cmnd
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1 - I/O module
3 - Holes (3) and standoffs (3) to mount the I/O module
2 - Enclosure
4 - I/O module earth ground wire to the D7024
3.0
1.
terminal connection
Wiring
Connect the D7039 multiplex loop using up to 3800 ft (1170 m) of 18 AWG (1.0 mm2) or 5950 ft (1810 m) of
16 AWG (1.5 mm2) wire (Figure 4). Do not use shielded wire.
Do not use shielded wire. Twisted pair is acceptable, but is not recommended.
Figure 4: Connecting the Mux Class “A” and Class “B”
1 - I/O module for the D7039, wired Class “A”
2 - Class “A” Addresses 9 through 128
3 - I/O module for the D7039, wired Class “B”
Note:
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4 - Mux B Addresses 129 through 255
5 - Mux A Addresses 9 through 128
All terminals are supervised.
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D7039 | Installation Guide | 4.0 Specifications
You can configure the D7039 with a single fault tolerant Class “A” loop or as a pair of supervised Class “B”
loops. When configured as a Class “A” loop and installed on a D7024 Control Panel before Lot #100, the
D7039 implements a Style 4.5 signaling line circuit (SLC). When installed on a D7024 Control Panel Lot #100
or later, the D7039 implements Style 6 SLC. Refer to the D7024 Operation and Installation Guide (P/N: 31499)
for programming.
When configured as a Class “B” loop and installed on a D7024 Control Panel before Lot #100, the D7039
implements a Style 3.5 SLC. When installed on a D7024 Control Panel Lot #100 or later, the D7039
implements a Style 4 SLC. Refer to the D7024 Operation and Installation Guide (P/N: 31499) for programming.
2. Measure loop resistance by shorting the end of the farthest device in Class “B” (Figure 5) or shorting the return
wire in Class “A” (Figure 6) and reading the total resistance of all wires associated with the loop.
Figure 5: Measuring Class “B” Loop Resistance
1 - 50 Ω maximum
2 - Mux bus wires
3 - Clip lead
3. Ensure the loop is disconnected from the D7039 Module.
Figure 6: Measuring Class “A” Loop Resistance
1 - 50 Ω maximum
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2 - Mux bus wires
3 - Clip lead
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D7039 | Installation Guide |Notes
4.0
Specifications
Table 1:
Specifications
Input Voltage
Current Draw, Standby
and Alarm
Current Draw Load
Maximum Bus Voltage
Maximum Wiring
Resistance
Environment
24 VDC nominal from FACP
150 mA maximum
100 mA maximum for each bus
8.5 V to 13 V
50 Ω, Class A (Style 6) or Class B (Style 4) SLC
Indoor/dry
Note: All Mux Bus terminals are power-limited and supervised.
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Notes
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