Rack Mount Series Installation Guide

Rack Mount Series
Installation Guide
Models Include:
Maximal1RHDMaximal1RD
- 12VDC @ 4 amp or 24VDC @ 3 amp.
- Eight (8) PTC Protected Outputs.
- 12VDC @ 4 amp or 24VDC @ 3 amp.
- Sixteen (16) PTC Protected Outputs.
Maximal3RHDMaximal3RD
- 12VDC or 24VDC @ 6 amp.
- Eight (8) PTC Protected Outputs.
- 12VDC or 24VDC @ 6 amp.
- Sixteen (16) PTC Protected Outputs.
Maximal33RD
- 12VDC and/or 24VDC @ 12 amp.
- Sixteen (16) PTC Protected Outputs.
Rev. 010708
More than just power.TM
Table of Contents:
MaximalD Rack Mount Series Overview........................................................................ 3
MaximalD Rack Mount Series Configuration Chart....................................................... 3
MaximalD Rack Mount Series Specifications................................................................. 3
Installation Instructions................................................................................................. 3-4
Maintenance...................................................................................................................... 5
Fire Alarm Interface Switch Settings .............................................................................. 5
Output Voltage and Stand-by Specification Charts......................................................... 5
LED Diagnostics............................................................................................................... 5
Power Supply Board Output Voltage Settings ................................................................ 6
Fire Alarm Interface, Output Selection and Input Type ................................................. 6
Power Supply Board Drawings ....................................................................................... 8
FACP Hook-up Diagrams................................................................................................ 9
Mounting Bracket Diagrams.......................................................................................... 10
Rack Mechanical Drawing and Dimensions.................................................................. 11
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Maximal Rack Access Power Controllers (PTC)
Overview:
These units distribute and switch power to access control systems and accessories. They convert a 115VAC 50/60Hz
input into eight (8) or sixteen (16) independently controlled 12VDC and/or 24VDC PTC protected outputs. Outputs are
activated by an normally open (NO) or normally closed (NC) dry trigger input from an Access Control System, Card
Reader, Keypad, Push Button, PIR, etc. Units will route power to a variety of access control hardware devices including: Mag Locks, Electric Strikes, Magnetic Door Holders, etc. Outputs will operate in both Fail-Safe and/or Fail-Secure
modes. The FACP Interface enables Emergency Egress, Alarm Monitoring, or may be used to trigger other auxiliary
devices. The fire alarm disconnect feature is individually selectable for any or all of the outputs (see chart below).
Maximal3RHD
Maximal3RD
Maximal33RD
2.0
amp
1.9 amp
5A/250V
16
2.0
amp
1.9 amp
5A/250V
6 amp
8
2.0
amp
1.9 amp
3.5A/250V
6 amp
16
2.0
amp
1.9 amp
3.5A/250Vc
12 amp
16
2.0
amp
3.8 amp
3.5A/250Vc
Total Output
Current
12VDC @ 4 amp
N/A
4 amp
24VDC @ 3 amp
N/A
3 amp
12VDC @ 4 amp
N/A
4 amp
24VDC @ 3 amp
N/A
3 amp
12VDC @ 6 amp
N/A
24VDC @ 6 amp
N/A
12VDC @ 6 amp
N/A
12VDC @ 6 amp
12VDC @ 6 amp
24VDC @ 6 amp
24VDC @ 6 amp
12VDC @ 6 amp
24VDC @ 6 amp
Inputs:
Specifications:
Battery Backup:
• Normally closed [NC] or normally open [NO]
dry contact inputs (switch selectable).
Outputs:
• Individually selectable Mag Lock/Strike (Fail-Safe,
Fail-Secure) solid state PTC protected power outputs.
• Thermal and short circuit protection with auto reset.
Fire Alarm Interface:
• Fire Alarm disconnect (latching with reset or
non-latching) is individually selectable for any or
all of the outputs.
• Remote reset capability for latching Fire Alarm
Interface mode.
• Fire Alarm disconnect input options:
a) Normally open [NO] or normally closed [NC]
dry contact input.
b) Polarity reversal input from FACP signaling circuit.
Visual Indicators:
Power Supply
Board Input Fuse
Rating
8
Fuse Protected
Outputs
115VAC 50/60Hz
Input (current
draw)
Maximal1RD
Maximum Current
Per ACM8CBR-M
Output
Maximal1RHD
Power Supply 2
(8 outputs)
Altronix
Model Number
Power Supply 1
(8 outputs)
Maximal Rack Mount Series Configuration Chart:
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•
•
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Built-in charger for sealed lead acid or gel type batteries
(A separate enclosure is required for batteries).
Maximum charge current 0.7 amp.
Automatic switch over to stand-by battery when AC fails.
Zero voltage drop when unit switches over to battery backup (AC failure condition).
Supervision:
• AC fail supervision (form “C” contact).
• Low battery supervision (form “C” contact).
Additional Features:
• Removable terminal blocks with locking screw flange.
• 3-wire line cord.
• Illuminated master power disconnect circuit breaker
with manual reset.
Rack Dimensions:
3.25”H x 19.125”W x 8.5”D
• Individual Output Status LEDs located on the
front panel.
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Installation Instructions:
Important: Adjust output voltages, and Fire Alarm Interface configuration before installing unit in the rack.
1. Separate bottom and top of rack mount chassis by removing six (6) screws (Rack Mechanical Drawing &
Dimensions, pg. 11).
2. Set output voltage:
Select desired DC output voltage by setting SW1 on the power supply board(s) (Fig. 1a, pg. 6) to the
appropriate position (Output Voltage and Stand-by Specification Charts, pg. 5).
For Maximal33RD each set of eight (8) outputs can be set for 12VDC or 24VDC (example: eight (8) outputs @ 12VDC and eight (8) outputs @ 24VDC).
3. Input trigger programming options:
The unit can be programmed to operate with either a normally open or normally closed input from access control
devices by setting switches SW3 on either the ACM8CBR-S or ACM16CBR-S board to the appropriate position
(Fig. 2b, pg. 7); OPEN for a normally closed [NC] trigger input or CLOSED for a normally open [NO] input.
4. Output programming options:
a. The outputs can be programmed to be either all Fail-Safe (i.e. mag locks), all Fail-Secure (i.e. electric strikes) or any combination of each by setting the corresponding OUTPUT SELECT dip switches (1-8) on the ACM8R-S
board to the appropriate position; ON for Fail-Safe outputs or OFF for Fail-Secure outputs (Fig. 2a, pg. 7).
Note: the output configuration will follow the input trigger option
b. To enable the FACP Disconnect for an output the corresponding FIRE ALARM INTERFACE switch must be
in the ON position. To disable the FACP Disconnect the FIRE ALARM INTERFACE dip switches (1-8) on the ACM8CBR-S/ACM16CBR-S board must be in the OFF position (Fig. 2a, pg. 7).
5. Fire Alarm Interface hookup options:
A normally closed [NC], normally open [NO] input or polarity reversal from an FACP signaling circuit will trigger
the selected outputs (Figs. 6-11, pg. 9). To program the Fire Alarm Interface set dip switches SW1 and SW2 on the
ACM8CBR-M board to the appropriate positions (Figs. 3a & 3b, pg. 7) (Fire Alarm Interface Switch Settings pg. 5).
6. Battery Connections:
For access control applications batteries are optional. If batteries are not used a loss of AC will result in the loss of
output voltage. When batteries are used they must be lead acid or gel type. Connect one (1) battery to the terminals
marked [-- BAT + ] for 12VDC operation. Use two (2) 12VDC batteries wired in series for 24VDC operation
(Fig. 4b/5b, pg. 8). The rack mount enclosure will not accommodate batteries. A separate battery enclosure is required.
Note: When using the Maximal33RD with battery backup two (2) separate batteries or sets of batteries must be used.
7. Battery and AC Supervision outputs:
Connect the appropriate notification signaling device to the terminals marked AC Fail and Battery Fail on the power supply board(s) (Fig. 4a/5a, pg. 8). Use 22AWG to 18AWG for AC Fail and Low/No Battery reporting.
8. Reassemble the bottom and top of rack mount chassis by fastening the six (6) screws.
(Rack Mechanical Drawing & Dimensions pg. 11).
9. Attach mounting brackets to rack mount Maximal for desired rack or wall installation (Fig. 12-14, pg. 10).
10.Mount in desired rack location. Do not obstruct side air vents.
11.Set the power disconnect circuit breaker to the OFF position (Fig. 15a, pg. 11).
12.Plug power cord into grounded 50/60Hz receptacle (Fig. 15b, pg. 11).
13.Set the power disconnect circuit breaker to the ON position (Fig. 15a, pg. 11).
14.Measure the output voltage before connecting devices. This helps avoid potential damage.
15.Set the power disconnect circuit breaker to the OFF position (Fig. 15a, pg. 11).
16.Input trigger connections:
Connect the Normally Open or Normally Closed input triggers from the access control devices to the removable
terminals marked [IN1 and GND] through [IN8 and GND] for Maximal1RHD and Maximal3RHD. For Maximal1RD, Maximal3RD and Maximal33RD connect devices to the second set of terminals marked. For Make sure the devices match settings of SW3 in step 3 (Rack Mechanical Drawing & Dimensions pg. 11).
17.Output connections:
Connect the devices to be powered to the removable terminals marked [-- OUT1 + to -- OUT8 +] for Maximal1RHD and Maximal3RHD. For Maximal1RD, Maximal3RD and Maximal33RD connect devices to the second set of
terminals marked [-- OUT1 + to -- OUT8 +] (Fig. 15c, pg. 11).
18.Fire Alarm Interface connection options:
a. Connect the FACP trigger input to the removable terminals marked FACP1 and FACP2. When using the polarity
reversal from an FACP signaling circuit, connect the negative [-] to the terminal marked FACP1 and the positive
to the terminal marked FACP2 (polarity is in alarm condition) (Rack Mechanical Drawing & Dimensions pg. 12).
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Maximal Rack Access Power Controllers (PTC)
b. For a latching fire alarm interface connect a normally [NO] reset switch to the removable terminals
marked [REST] and [GND] (Figs. 6-11, pg. 9).
19.Set the power disconnect circuit breaker to the ON position (Fig. 15a, pg. 11).
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
(Output Voltage and Stand-by Specification Charts, pg. 5).
Battery Test: Under normal load conditions check that the battery is fully charged, check specified voltage at the battery
terminals and at the board terminals marked [– BAT +] to insure that there is no break in the battery connection wires.
Fire Alarm Interface Switch Settings:
Switch Position
FACP Input
SW1
SW2
Open
Open FACP Signal Circuit (Polarity Reversal).
Closed
Closed Normally Closed [NC] Trigger Input.
Closed
Open Normally Open [NO] Trigger Input.
Output Voltage and Stand-by Specification Charts:
Altronix Model
Power Supply Board
Battery
20 Min. of
Backup
4 Hr. of
Backup
24 Hr. of
Backup
Maximal1RHD
Maximal1RD
OLS120
(Refer to Fig. 1a, pg. 4 for Switch [SW1]
location and position)
12VDC/40AH*
N/A
3.5 amp
0.5 amp
24VDC/40AH*
N/A
2.7 amp
0.7 amp
Maximal3RHD
Maximal3RD
Maximal33RD
AL600ULXB
(Refer to Fig. 1a, pg. 4 for Switch [SW1]
location and position)
12VDC/40AH*
N/A
5.5 amp
5.5 amp
24VDC/40AH*
N/A
5.5 amp
0.7 amp
Power Supply Board
LED
Red (DC) Green (AC)
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
LED Diagnostics:
Power Supply Status
Normal operating condition.
Loss of AC, Stand-by battery supplying power.
No DC output. Short circuit or thermal overload condition.
No DC output. Loss of AC. Discharged battery.
Output LEDs on Front Panel
ON
Output is triggered.
Blinking
FACP disconnect.
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WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the unit to rain or
moisture. This installation should be made by qualified service personnel and should conform to
all local codes and in accordance with the National Electrical Code.
The lightning flash with arrow head symbol within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of an insulated “DANGEROUS VOLTAGE” within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute an electric shock.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electric shock do not open enclosure. There are
no user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
Power Supply Board Output Voltage Settings:
Fig. 1a
SW1
Switch Detail
OPEN - 24VDC
CLOSED - 12VDC
OPEN SWITCH
Maximal3RHD, Maximal3RD,
Maximal33RD Power Supply Boards
OPEN - 24VDC
CLOSED - 12VDC
Fig. 1 Maximal1RHD, Maximal1RD
Power Supply Board
CLOSED SWITCH
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Fire Alarm Interface, Output Selection and Input Type:
Fig. 2
FIRE ALARM INTERFACE
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
OUTPUT SELECT
1
ON
INPUT
TYPE
Output Trigger LED’s
4
3
2
ON
1
4
3
2
ON
SW3
1
ON
ACM8R-S
Fig. 2a
4
3
2
Fig. 2b
1
SW3
Switch Detail
SW3
OPEN SWITCH
ON
Dip Switches for
FACP & Output
Programming
CLOSED SWITCH
Clip Switch for
NO or NC Input
SW3
FIRE ALARM INTERFACE
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
ON
ON
Output Trigger LED’s
OUTPUT SELECT
4
3
2
1
ON
4
3
FIRE ALARM INTERFACE
2
4
1
3
2
1
4
3
2
OUTPUT SELECT
1
ON
ON
INPUT
TYPE
INPUT
TYPE
Output Trigger LED’s
4
3
2
ON
1
4
3
ON
2
SW3
1
ON
ACM16R-S
Fig. 3a
Fig. 3
Fig. 3b
Fig. 3c
SW1
SW2
FIRE ALARM
RESET
Clip Switch for
Selecting type of
FACP Input
Clip Switch for
Selecting type of
FACP Input
--- +
DC INPUT
ACM8CBR-M
SW2
FIRE ALARM
RESET
Maximal Rack Access Power Controllers (PTC)
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4
OUT5
OUT6
OUT7
OUT8
GND
IN5
IN4
GND
IN3
IN2
GND
IN1
+ -- + -- + -- + --
+ -- + -- + -- + --
GND
RESET
FACP 2
FACP 1
IN8
GND
IN7
IN6
SW1
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Power Supply Board
Maximal1RHD, Maximal1RD
Fig. 4
OPEN 24VDC
CLOSED 12VDC
Power Supply Board
OFF
AC DC
NC
NC +
C NO
---C NO
BAT
Battery and
AC Supervision
Built-in
Battery Charging
NC
C NO
NC C
NO
LOW BAT
N
--- BAT +
LOW BAT
Fig. 4a
G
AC FAIL
L
AC FAIL
ON
5A 250V
--- DC +
Fig. 4b
--- BAT
+
Built-in
Battery Charging
Power Supply Board
+ DC ---
OPEN - 24V
CLOSED - 12V
Maximal3RHD, Maximal3RD, Maximal33RD
Fig. 5
+ BAT ---
Power Supply Board
AC
DC
5A 250V
L
G
BAT
BAT FAIL NC
N
C NO
NC C
NO
AC FAIL
+ BAT ---
Fig. 5a
BAT FAIL NC
C NO
NC C
NO
AC FAIL
Fig. 5b
Built-in
Battery Charging
Battery and
AC Supervision
Built-in
Battery Charging
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Maximal Rack Access Power Controllers (PTC)
FACP Hook-Up Diagrams
Polarity Reversal Input from FACP Signal Circuit Output
(Polarity is referenced in alarm condition)
Fig. 6
Fig. 7
GND
GND
IN8
5-30VDC
-- from FACP
+ Signal Circuit
1
FACP
2
RESET
GND
Factory Installed
Jumper
IN8
1
FACP
2
RESET
GND
5-30VDC
-- from FACP
+ Signal Circuit
Normally Open [NO]
Reset Switch
Latching
Non-Latching
Normally Closed Input from FACP
Fig. 8
Fig. 9
GND
GND
IN8
IN8
1
FACP
2
RESET
GND
Normally Closed [NC] Dry
Trigger Input
1
FACP
2
RESET
Factory Installed
Jumper
GND
Normally Closed [NC] Dry
Trigger Input
Normally Open [NO]
Reset Switch
Non-Latching
Latching
Normally Open Input from FACP
Fig. 10
Fig. 11
GND
GND
IN8
IN8
1
FACP
2
Normally Open [NO] Dry
Trigger Input
RESET
RESET
GND
GND
Factory Installed
Jumper
Non-Latching
1
FACP
2
Maximal Rack Access Power Controllers (PTC)
Normally Open [NO]
Dry Trigger Input
Normally Open [NO]
Reset Switch
Latching
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Mounting Options:
Fig. 12
Mounting Hardware
(Included):
Remove center brace
from rack mount chassis
before proceeding with installation.
A
Two (2) mounting brackets.
B
Eight (8) flat head screws for mounting brackets.
C
Eight (8) pan head screws for faceplate.
Rack Mount Installation
1. Remove center brace from rack mount chassis (Fig. 12, pg. 10).
2. Slide mounting brackets (A) into slots located on left and right side of rack enclosure (Fig. 13a).
Use three (3) flat head screws (B) to secure brackets.
3. Carefully place faceplate over LED’s, and secure using three (3) pan head screws (C) on top and three (3) pan head
screws (C) on the bottom of faceplate (Fig. 13b, pg. 10).
4. Slide unit into desired EIA 19” rack position and secure with mounting screws (not included) (Fig. 13c, pg. 10).
Fig. 13
Fig. 13a
Fig. 13b
Fig. 13c
B
A
C
Wall Mount Installation
1. Carefully place faceplate over LED’s, and secure using three (3) pan head screws (C) on top and three (3) pan head
screws (C) on the bottom of faceplate (Fig. 14a).
2. Place mounting brackets (A) onto the side of the left and right side of rack enclosure (Fig. 14b).
Use three (3) flat head screws (B) to secure mounting brackets.
3- Mount rack and secure with mounting screws (not included) (Fig. 14c).
Fig. 14
Fig. 14a
Fig. 14b
Fig. 14c
A
B
C
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Maximal Rack Access Power Controllers (PTC)
Rack Mechanical Drawing & Dimensions
3.25”H x 19.125”W x 8.5”D
Fig. 15
Fig. 15a
Fig. 15b
Fig. 15c
(ON)
Removable Terminal
Block
OUT8 OUT7 OUT6 OUT5
--- + --- + --- + --- +
IN1
IN3
IN2
GND
GND
IN5
IN4
GND
IN7
IN6
IN12
IN8
GND
2 1
IN11
Rear
FACP
RESET
Terminal
Legend
GND
3-Wire
Line Cord
OUT4 OUT3 OUT2 OUT1
--- + --- + --- + --- +
IN1
IN3
IN2
GND
GND
GND
IN5
IN4
1
IN7
2
IN6
FACP
(
OUT9
--- +
IN8
GND
OUT12 OUT11 OUT10
--- + --- + --- +
GND
OUT16 OUT15 OUT14 OUT13
--- + --- + --- + --- +
RESET
IN9
IN10
GND
GND
IN13
GND
IN14
1
IN16
GND
2
IN15
FACP
GND
RESET
3.125"
OUT8
--- +
OUT7 OUT6
--- + --- +
OUT5
--- +
OUT4
--- +
OUT3 OUT2
--- + --- +
)
OUT1
--- +
Bottom
17.625"
8.5"
Front
19.125"
.75"
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Notes:
Altronix is not responsible for any typographical errors.
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.
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