Siemens FS-250 Specifications

FireSeeker
Fire Alarm Control Panel
Model FS-250
Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual
P/N 315-049353-1
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................................. 1
CONTROL PANEL LIMITATIONS .................................................................................... 1
PREFACE......................................................................................................................... 2
DESCRIPTIONS .................................................................................................................. 3
FS-250 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION..................................................................................... 3
Power Supply............................................................................................................................................... 3
P2 Addressable Device Circuit .................................................................................................................... 4
Notification Appliance Circuits ..................................................................................................................... 4
Serial Interface Circuit.................................................................................................................................. 4
Status Relays............................................................................................................................................... 4
Programming Port........................................................................................................................................ 4
OPTIONAL MODULES..................................................................................................... 4
FS-MT Municipal Tie Board ......................................................................................................................... 4
FS-DACT Board........................................................................................................................................... 4
FS-NPE Transformer Assembly .................................................................................................................. 4
Battery Sets ................................................................................................................................................. 5
AUXILIARY MODULES .................................................................................................... 5
Serial LCD Annunciator ............................................................................................................................... 5
Serial Relay Unit and Serial Relay Extender ............................................................................................... 5
Serial Annunciator Unit and Serial Annunciator Extender ........................................................................... 5
PAD-3 Remote Signal Expander ................................................................................................................. 5
P2 ADDRESSABLE DEVICES ......................................................................................... 6
FirePrint™ Smoke Detector......................................................................................................................... 6
Heat Detectors ............................................................................................................................................. 6
Addressable Modules (Monitor and Control) ............................................................................................... 6
Manual Stations ........................................................................................................................................... 6
Programming P2 devices............................................................................................................................. 6
EVENT HISTORY............................................................................................................. 7
GENERAL DESIGN FEATURES...................................................................................... 8
Environmental .............................................................................................................................................. 8
Power Limiting ............................................................................................................................................. 8
Ground Fault Detection................................................................................................................................ 8
NAC Operation............................................................................................................................................. 8
Transient Protection..................................................................................................................................... 8
Security Features......................................................................................................................................... 8
REGULATORY STANDARDS .......................................................................................... 9
Federal Communications Commission ........................................................................................................ 9
Underwriters Laboratories............................................................................................................................ 9
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS.......................................................................................... 9
Environmental .............................................................................................................................................. 9
Primary Supply............................................................................................................................................. 9
Secondary and Trouble Power Supply ........................................................................................................ 9
Auxiliary Power Outputs............................................................................................................................... 9
Status Relays............................................................................................................................................. 10
Notification Appliance Circuits ................................................................................................................... 10
Serial Interface Circuit................................................................................................................................ 10
P2 Addressable Device Circuits ................................................................................................................ 10
Municipal Tie (Optional Municipal Tie Board FS-MT)................................................................................ 11
DACT Circuit (Optional DACT Board FS-DACT)....................................................................................... 11
Additional Transformer (Optional Transformer Assembly FS-NPE).......................................................... 11
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CONTROL PANEL OPERATION ...................................................................................... 12
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS ....................................................................................... 12
Standby Condition ...................................................................................................................................... 12
Alarm Conditions ........................................................................................................................................ 12
Trouble Conditions ..................................................................................................................................... 13
Supervisory Conditions .............................................................................................................................. 14
Maintenance ............................................................................................................................................... 14
ADDITIONAL OPERATING PROCEDURES .................................................................. 14
Lamp Test................................................................................................................................................... 14
Drill ............................................................................................................................................................. 14
Recall.......................................................................................................................................................... 15
Pre-Alarm ................................................................................................................................................... 15
General Alarm ............................................................................................................................................ 15
Alert ............................................................................................................................................................ 15
History ........................................................................................................................................................ 16
FS-250 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS .......................................................................... 17
FS-RD2 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ......................................................................... 18
CONTROL PANEL INSTALLATION.................................................................................. 19
Parts Supplied – FS-250 ................................................................................................. 19
With Enclosure Packages (Black or Red) .................................................................................................. 19
With Electronics Package........................................................................................................................... 19
With FS-NPE Transformer Package .......................................................................................................... 19
CAUTIONS ..................................................................................................................... 19
CONTROL PANEL LOCATION ...................................................................................... 19
INSTALLATION .............................................................................................................. 20
ENCLOSURE MOUNTING ............................................................................................. 20
FS-250 Enclosure Mounting Pictures......................................................................................................... 21
Remove Knock-Outs .................................................................................................................................. 22
Main Board Installation............................................................................................................................... 22
Transformer Mounting – FS-NPE............................................................................................................... 23
FS-DLC Loop Driver Board Mounting ........................................................................................................ 24
Door Assembly ........................................................................................................................................... 24
Display Board Installation........................................................................................................................... 25
Front Plate Mounting .................................................................................................................................. 26
Front Plate Mounting .................................................................................................................................. 26
Ground Wire Installation – P/N 600-149373 .............................................................................................. 27
SYSTEM WIRING .............................................................................................................. 27
AC Supply Connection ............................................................................................................................... 27
Battery Installation ...................................................................................................................................... 28
Powering The Control Panel ...................................................................................................................... 28
Optional Modules........................................................................................................................................ 28
Check System Operation ........................................................................................................................... 28
WIRING........................................................................................................................... 28
Control Panel Wiring Overview .................................................................................................................. 29
Wiring Entering Enclosure.......................................................................................................................... 29
Install Wiring ............................................................................................................................................... 29
Wiring Separation ....................................................................................................................................... 30
Primary And Secondary Power Wiring ....................................................................................................... 31
Status Relays And Auxiliary Power Outputs Wiring ................................................................................... 32
FS-250 System Power Requirements (Does not include NAC power) ...................................................... 32
Auxiliary Power Supply............................................................................................................................... 33
Battery Size Calculations ........................................................................................................................... 33
NAC Wiring................................................................................................................................................. 33
Serial Interface Circuit ................................................................................................................................ 34
Serial Remote Device Wiring Overview ..................................................................................................... 35
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P2 Addressable Device Circuit(s) .............................................................................................................. 35
P2 Addressable Device Wiring Diagrams.................................................................................................. 36
PROGRAMMING THE CONTROL PANEL ....................................................................... 38
KEYPAD PROGRAMMING ............................................................................................ 38
PC PROGRAMMING...................................................................................................... 38
PROGRAMMING SECURITY......................................................................................... 38
MAINTENANCE................................................................................................................. 39
GENERAL ...................................................................................................................... 39
QUICK TEST .................................................................................................................. 40
APPENDIX-A: REFERENCE DATA .................................................................................. 41
WIRE SELECTION GUIDES .......................................................................................... 41
Resistance of Solid Copper Wire............................................................................................................... 41
Notification Appliance Circuit Wire Selection Guide .................................................................................. 41
Maximum Wire Loop Distance (Feet) ........................................................................................................ 41
Addressable Device Circuit Wire Selection Guide..................................................................................... 42
Line Resistance Graph .............................................................................................................................. 42
Battery Size Calculatons................................................................................................. 43
FS-250 Current Calculations ..................................................................................................................... 43
Auxiliary Module Battery Calculations ....................................................................................................... 43
Device Current Calculations ...................................................................................................................... 44
Total System Currents ............................................................................................................................... 45
Battery Size................................................................................................................................................ 45
APPENDIX-B: COMPATIBLE DEVICES........................................................................... 46
DEVICES FOR ADDRESSABLE DEVICE CIRCUITS.................................................... 46
Siemens P2 Manual Pull Stations.............................................................................................................. 46
Siemens P2 Modules ................................................................................................................................. 46
Siemens P2 Photo Electric Detectors........................................................................................................ 46
Siemens P2 Bases..................................................................................................................................... 46
Siemens P2 Accessories ........................................................................................................................... 46
DEVICES FOR NOTIFICATION APPLIANCE CIRCUITS .............................................. 47
Notification Appliances............................................................................................................................... 47
APPENDIX-C: TROUBLESHOOTING............................................................................... 56
DEFINITIONS FOR EVENT HISTORY ENTRIES .......................................................... 56
A. General.................................................................................................................................................. 56
B. System Troubles.................................................................................................................................... 57
C. System Events ...................................................................................................................................... 58
APPENDIX-D: MODULE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS LIST.................................... 59
APPENDIX-E: GLOSSARY ............................................................................................... 60
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INTRODUCTION
CONTROL PANEL LIMITATIONS
This control panel may not show an alarm condition without compatible initiating devices
(smoke detectors, etc.) and notification devices (horn, lights, etc.) connected to it. Electrical
ratings of the initiation and notification appliances must be compatible with the electrical
ratings of the control panel and must be properly interconnected. The wiring used for
interconnection must be large enough to carry the total current for all appliances without
excessive voltage drop.
The control panel must be connected to a dedicated primary electrical source that has a
high degree of reliability and adequate capacity for this control panel. The only means of
disconnecting this power source shall be available only to authorized personnel and clearly
marked "Fire Alarm Circuit Control".
The control panel must also have connected to it a battery set (24v) that has enough
capacity to properly operate the system for 24 or 60 (depending on system type) hours
standby and 5 minutes alarm per NFPA 72 (Chapter 1). These batteries do lose capacity
with age. Batteries must be replaced when they fail to provide the control panel with the
required standby and alarm power or after 4 years, whichever happens first. These
batteries must be checked for performance at least two (2) times a year or more often if
local requirements dictate.
Fire alarm control panels cannot last forever. Even though this control panel was made to
last for the expected life of the fire alarm system, any part could fail at any time. Therefore
a regular test program should be followed and documented to make sure that each part of
the system is tested as in Chapter 7 of NFPA 72 or more often if dictated by local code
requirements. Malfunctioning units must be replaced or repaired immediately by factory
authorized service personnel.
This control panel is designed to show an alarm condition when the initiating devices
connected to it detect specific conditions. These conditions may or may not represent a
life-threatening condition. Also, evacuation of a building or area unnecessarily may
subject individuals to an unnecessary hazard. Therefore, it is most important that the
building owner, manager, or representative promulgate, distribute, and/or post
instructions describing steps to be taken when the fire alarm control panel signals an
alarm condition. These instructions should be developed in cooperation and conformance
with representatives of the local authority having jurisdiction.
As a backup or precautionary measure, it is strongly suggested that one of these steps
should be to notify the local fire department of an abnormal condition even where the DACT
option (or similar device) is included in the system.
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PREFACE
Along with the use of this instruction manual, the appropriate following standards and the
manufacturer's instructions for initiating and notification devices should be used to install
and maintain a functioning fire alarm signaling system.
NFPA 70 National Electrical Code
NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm Code
NFPA 101 Life Safety Code
For other standards that may apply contact the authority having jurisdiction.
For NFPA publications, contact:
National Fire Protection Association
Batterymarch Park
Quincy, Massachusetts 02269
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DESCRIPTIONS
FS-250 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
The FS-250 is a modular fire alarm control panel. It features advanced addressable
detection, programming, and memory capability. Its base configuration includes a power
supply, a P2 addressable device circuit, four/ two notification circuits (NAC), serial interface
circuit, four-status relays, and a programming port.
The FS-250 control panel mounts in a 22" x 18" back-box with overall cover size of 229/32" x 18-3/8". Operating controls and indicators are mounted on the inside hinged plate.
An 80-character LCD display provides specific indications for addressable devices while
LEDs indicate general panel status.
Semi-flush mounting kits are available for the enclosure.
The main board mounts in the rear of the enclosure. The power supply is physically
contiguous with the main board. The FS-250 main board provides the connections for
external field wiring. Optional boards mount on the main board or on the rear of the
enclosure.
The display board mounts on the inner-hinged plate.
All normal operation is controlled via a membrane key pad. Displays are provided by an 80character, alphanumeric, backlit LCD display and by discrete LED indicators for major
control panel functions.
The 80-character LCD display is used to display event data, including alarms and troubles,
identification of zone or device, and presentation of history. The display is controlled by a
set of four push-button switches commanding the control processor. A back light is included
in the display to assure visibility in low light, but to conserve power, it is only activated
during a reported event or on operation of a display control switch.
Individual LEDs on the panel are provided to indicate SYSTEM ALARM, PREALARM,
SUPERVISORY, ALARM SILENCED, SYSTEM TROUBLE and AC POWER ON. Direct
push-button controls are provided for ALARM SILENCE, ACKNOWLEDGE, MENU and
SYSTEM RESET.
Power Supply
A 24V nominal power supply provides all operating power to the control panel for both
standby and alarm conditions. Sufficient battery charging capability is available to charge
38.5 AH sealed lead-acid batteries within code requirements for 60 hour quiescent plus 5
minutes alarm. The cabinet will hold batteries only up to 12 AH. The back-up battery is 24V,
maintained by floating on the power supply. The battery will be automatically disconnected
at low battery voltage to prevent deep discharge.
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P2 Addressable Device Circuit
The FS-250 control panel has one addressable device circuit utilizing the P2 Detection
Technology. The circuit has the capacity for 252 addresses.
Notification Appliance Circuits
The FS-250 control panel has four independent Class B (Style Y) notification appliance
circuits (NACs). Pairs of NACs can be combined for Class A (Style Z) operation. This
reduces the number of NACs to two. Each circuit can be selected to give continuous output
or one of eight sounding patterns available in the control panel including the Siemens
SYNC Protocol. There is also a system coder capable of zone-coded operation. All of the
NACs are power limited.
Serial Interface Circuit
The FS-250 control panel has a Serial Interface Circuit that will drive up to 16 remote LCD
annunciators and 8 Serial Relay Units and Serial Annunciator Units.
Status Relays
Four relays with dry contacts are provided. These relays are programmable to power fail,
alarm, trouble and supervisory functions. The relay contacts are Form C and are rated 1A
@ 28VDC resistive.
Programming Port
An RJ-11 jack is provided for a non-isolated RS-232 connection for temporary connection
to a computer for panel programming.
OPTIONAL MODULES
FS-MT Municipal Tie Board
The Siemens FS-MT municipal tie board provides local energy and polarity reversal
connections. The polarity reversal connections provide a trouble circuit and an alarm circuit
with optional trouble output. The FS-MT mounts onto the main termination board (Cannot
be used in conjunction with an FS-DACT Board).
FS-DACT Board
The Siemens FS-DACT Digital Alarm Communication Transmitter board will send control
panel status data to a remote receiving station. The FS-DACT mounts onto the main
termination board (Cannot be used in conjunction with the Municipal Tie Board).
FS-NPE Transformer Assembly
The Siemens FS-NPE optional transformer assembly provides an additional 3 amps of
NAC power. The transformer mounts in the cabinet above the two transformers that come
standard with the FS-250. A maximum of one optional FS-NPE is allowed per system.
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Battery Sets
The FS-250 control panel is designed to use only sealed lead-acid or equivalent batteries
for back-up power. Attaching a close-coupled battery box, if required, may allow use of
battery sets beyond the physical capacity of the enclosure (12 AH for the FS-250).
Maximum battery charging capacity for the FS-250 is 38.5 AH.
AUXILIARY MODULES
Serial LCD Annunciator
The FS-RD2 Serial LCD Annunciator consists of a backlit 80 character LCD alphanumeric
display, 4 menu buttons, 4 dedicated buttons for operator interaction, 6 LED indicators, and
a security key-switch. The display and controls on the annunciator are the same as those
on the front of the control panel, including a key-switch for security. The backlight operates
only when the data are being accessed, to conserve power. Up to sixteen annunciators
may be addressed by the communications circuit, but some may require additional PAD-3
auxiliary power supplies, depending on the total accessory power loading.
Serial Relay Unit and Serial Relay Extender
The FS-RU2 Serial Relay Unit includes a processor board and a relay board. The
processor board receives commands from the control panel for activating the relays and
transmits supervision and control functions to the control panel. The processor board can
control up to 3 relay boards. Each relay board provides 8 relays with Form C contacts. The
control panel can address up to 8 Serial Relay Units and/or Serial Annunciator Units. PAD3 auxiliary power supplies will be required to power units beyond the control panel
capability.
Serial Annunciator Unit and Serial Annunciator Extender
The FS-SAU2 Serial Annunciator Unit includes a processor board and an annunciator
driver board. The processor board receives commands from the control panel for activating
the outputs and transmits supervision and control functions to the control panel. The
processor board can control up to 4 annunciator driver boards. Each driver board provides
16 supervised outputs for LEDs or incandescent lamps. The control panel can address up
to 8 Serial Relay Units and/or Serial Annunciator Units. PAD-3 auxiliary power supplies will
be required to power units beyond the control panel capability.
PAD-3 Remote Signal Expander
The PAD-3 is a notification appliance circuit expander with a built-in auxiliary power output.
This power source is designed to provide power for notification appliances, door holders
and 4-wire smoke detectors. The PAD-3 provides 6 amps of 24 VDC power for multiple
uses. All 6 amps can be directed to 4 Notification Appliance Circuits (NACs). Each is rated
at 3 amps and is power limited. Either 1 or 2 inputs can control the four outputs. These
outputs are compatible with Siemens notification appliances.
The PAD-3 can be configured so that the inputs can be programmed to provide steady
outputs, ANSI temporal outputs, or Siemens SYNC protocol for synchronized horn/strobe
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outputs. It can also be programmed to silence Siemens sync horns while the sync strobes
remain on, using two wires. This requires a silenceable and non-silenceable input.
The PAD-3 also offers a 3 amp auxiliary output for driving other portions of your fire alarm
system.
P2 ADDRESSABLE DEVICES
FirePrint™ Smoke Detector
The control panel processor sends the sensitivity and pre-alarm settings to the detectors
and polls the detectors as to their status. The detector determines normal, trouble, prealarm or alarm conditions and communicates the status to the control panel.
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Variable Thesholds - The detectors can be set to operate in various pre-programmed
optimizations, depending on installation locations.
Operator Alerts - The control panel can trigger an alarm or trouble automatically on the
occurrence of a number of conditions of the detector. These include:
Maintenance alert
Pre-alarm alert
No response
Incorrect response
Heat Detectors
Addressable heat sensing detectors may be intermixed on the circuit for locations where
heat sensing may be the most effective detection mode. The heat detectors may be
programmed, through the control panel, for rate of rise operation.
Addressable Modules (Monitor and Control)
In addition to detectors, the circuit can communicate with addressable modules, allowing
initiating devices or notification appliances with local power sources, and supervising the
power sources.
Manual Stations
Addressable manual stations may be intermixed on the circuit with proper response
programmed into the control panel.
Programming P2 devices
P2 devices can be programmed in the following two ways:
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DPU Device Programmer/Loop Tester - Refer to the DPU User’s Manual, P/N 315033260, for further information.
FS-250 Panel Keypad - Refer to Programmer’s Manual, P/N 315-049403, for detailed
information of system programming. Used only for field removal and reinstallation of
individual devices.
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EVENT HISTORY
The control panel includes a non-volatile memory recording up to 2000 system events.
Identified alarm, trouble, supervisory trouble, and other significant events will be recorded
along with the date and time of occurrence, and can be inspected by operating front panel
push buttons.
Events recorded in the history are:
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Alarm, Trouble, or Supervisory conditions.
Drill, Recall and General Evacuation.
Activation of NACs or modules used for sounders or strobes.
Unit used for command functions. (Silence, acknowledge, reset, etc.)
PAS_INHIBIT switch activation.
Alarm silence (manual and automatic).
System reset.
Power up.
Entry to Programmer Mode.
Secondary configuration edited.
Validity check on backup configuration. (Errors detected or no errors detected)
Running of comparison function. (Same or different)
Replacement of primary configuration.
Execution of Auto-program.
Exit from Programmer Mode.
System time or date change.
Input point disable/enable.
Start and stop of walk test.
Expiration of Walk Test Timer.
Expiration of re-ring timer.
Alarm/trouble/supervisory Acknowledgment.
Trouble/supervisory restored to normal.
Alarm verification counter rollover.
Pre-alarm activation.
Pre-alarm acknowledgment/restore.
Alarm of zone with no outputs.
Activation of points defined for logging.
Detector maintenance alerts.
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GENERAL DESIGN FEATURES
Environmental
All hardware is suitable for use in an interior or protected location.
Power Limiting
The AC power and battery wiring are not power limited. All other circuits leaving the control
panel are power limited, provided the proper installation rules are maintained.
Ground Fault Detection
The control panel provides system ground fault detection and a ground fault will trigger the
common fault buzzer and system trouble LED. In addition, each addressable loop circuit
has its own ground detection circuitry and indicator.
NAC Operation
While the notification appliance circuits are essentially hardware circuits, the fact that the
outputs are commanded and controlled by the processor does provide more versatility than
in a total hardware system.
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Output Sounding Patterns - The notification appliance circuits are operable in different
sounding patterns. Any circuit is selectable to any of eight software-generated patterns
or continuous sounding. For convenience, three of the patterns are preprogrammed for
March Time, Temporal, and Siemens SYNC Protocol.
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Control of Audible Silencing - It is possible to select an “auto-silence” mode, adjustable
from 0 to 255 minutes for each NAC. Each notification appliance circuit programmed for
alarm silence sequence will be silenced upon time-out of its auto-silence timer. The
system alarm silenced LED will flash, indicating an auto-silence time-out.
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Audible Silence Inhibit - In addition to designation of water flow zones, the entire control
panel may be programmed to inhibit audible silence for 0, 1, 3, or 6 minutes from the
last alarm. System reset may also be inhibited.
Transient Protection
Transient protection devices are provided where needed to meet the requirements of
UL864.
Security Features
Processor control and addressing allow inclusion of several functions to assure security of
the system.
Multi-level password protection of programming functions prevents unauthorized
configuration changes.
Device-type supervision: If the type reported by an addressable detector or module, does
not agree with the configuration, the system reports a trouble. Device-address supervision:
The system checks that all configured devices on the addressable device circuit and the
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Serial Interface Circuit responds to an address poll. If a configured device is missing, the
system reports a trouble. The system also polls unused addresses periodically. If a device
responds to such a poll of a non-configured device, the system reports a trouble. Two
devices addressed the same also cause a trouble to be reported.
REGULATORY STANDARDS
The FS-250 control panel meets the requirements of industry and government regulatory
agencies as noted.
Federal Communications Commission
The FS-DACT meets the Class A requirements of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR
47), Part 15, subpart J, for electromagnetic field emissions. The FS-DACT also meets the
requirements of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR 47), Part 68, for connection of
equipment to the public switched telephone network.
Underwriters Laboratories
The FS-250 Fire Alarm control panel is listed under UL Standard 864 for compliance to
NFPA Standard 72 for fire service.
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Operating specifications for the FS-250 are as follows:
Environmental
• Operating temperature - 32 - 120°F (0 - 49°C)
• Relative humidity - Up to 85% @ 86°F (30°C)
Primary Supply
• Primary Input Voltage: 120 VAC (60 Hz) nominal
• FS-250 Maximum primary input current: 2.4A at 120 VAC
Secondary and Trouble Power Supply
• 24 volt lead-acid battery set:
• Maximum Charge Voltage: 27.8 VDC
• Automatic Low Battery Disconnect
• FS-250 Maximum Charge Current: 1.7A
• FS-250 Battery capacity: 7-38.5 A.H. (over 12 A.H. requires separate enclosure)
Auxiliary Power Outputs
• 0.4 amp maximum per power output circuit
0.5 amp total maximum available for auxiliary power output circuits, Serial Interface
Circuits and option boards
• Non-Resettable Power Outputs
Power limited
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Voltage: 24 VDC nominal
Ripple: 1.5 VAC maximum
Resettable Power Output
Power limited
Voltage: 24 VDC nominal
Ripple: 1.5 VAC maximum
Status Relays
Four relays programmable for alarm, supervisory, trouble, loss of AC.
• Contact Rating: 1 A, 28 VDC maximum, resistive
• Form C Contact
Notification Appliance Circuits
• Power limited
• Supervised
• Maximum Standby Current: 3.4mA
• Alarm Voltage: 24 V FW nominal
• Maximum Ripple: 16 VAC
• Maximum Loop Drop Voltage: 1.0 VDC
• Four Style Z/Class B or two Style Y/Class A circuits
• Maximum NAC Current: 1.5 A / NAC circuit
Maximum total NAC current 3.0 A (6.0 A with optional FS-NPE transformer installed)
Serial Interface Circuit
• Power limited
• Supervised
• (+, -)Voltage: 24 VDC nominal
• (X+, X-) Voltage RS485 levels
• Maximum wire loop resistance: 11 ohms/line
• Communications: RS485
P2 Addressable Device Circuits
• Power limited
• Supervised
• Voltage: 24 VDC nominal
• Maximum Current (shorted): 0.375A
• Maximum wire loop resistance: 50 ohms (see Graph on page 42)
• Style 4 or 6 circuit
• 252 Addresses detectors and modules max.
• One Circuit
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Municipal Tie (Optional Municipal Tie Board FS-MT)
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• Reverse Polarity: Selectable for Alarm with Trouble or Alarm only operation
• Power limited
• Supervised by receiver for short or open circuit.
• Supervised by control panel for grounded circuit.
• Voltage: 24 VDC nominal
• Current: 0.020A maximum (normal or trouble)
• Current: 0.025A maximum (shorted)
• Ripple: 1.5 VAC maximum
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• Reverse Polarity: Programmable for Trouble or Supervisory or either operation
• Power limited
• Supervised by receiver for short or open circuit.
• Supervised by control panel for grounded circuit.
• Voltage: 24 VDC nominal
• Current: 0.020A maximum (normal or alarm)
• Current: 0.025A maximum (shorted)
• Ripple: 1.5 VAC maximum
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• Local Energy
• Not power limited
• Supervised for open or grounded circuit by control panel.
• Voltage: 24 VDC nominal
• Standby Current: 0.007A maximum
• Alarm Current: 0.400A maximum
• Ripple: 1.5 VAC maximum
• Maximum wire loop resistance: 30 ohms
• Trip coil impedance: 14.5 ohms
DACT Circuit (Optional DACT Board FS-DACT)
• Power limited
• Supervised for short or open circuit
• Maximum Voltage: 60 VDC
• Maximum Current (shorted): 0.100 A
Additional Transformer (Optional Transformer Assembly FS-NPE)
Provides an additional 3.0 A of NAC power (max 1 per panel)
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CONTROL PANEL OPERATION
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
Standby Condition
In normal standby operation, the green AC POWER ON LED should be illuminated and no
other indicator operating. The display will show the system name, “System Normal”
announcement and the current date, day, and time.
Alarm Conditions
• NORMAL ALARM
In case of alarm, the system alarm LED will operate in a flashing mode and the buzzer will
sound. Local audible and visual signals and remote alarm signals will operate, and the LCD
panel display will indicate the zone or point initiating the alarm.
On receipt of an alarm, proceed in accordance with the established emergency plan.
Assure that all personnel are accounted for, and notify the Fire Department.
To silence the audible after evacuation, where permitted by the codes and control panel
programming, press ALARM SILENCE. The alarm audible will be silenced, the alarm
silence LED will be illuminated and a system trouble indicated. Operating the
ACKNOWLEDGE button will silence the local buzzer and change the LED alarm indicator
from flashing to steady.
• WATERFLOW ALARMS
Alarms detected on zones designated “waterflow” indicate sprinkler operation and the
audible alarms cannot be silenced in this condition. Operation of alarm silence will produce
no effect.
• POSITIVE ALARM SEQUENCE (PAS)
Activation of a zone programmed for PAS, activates the Alarm LED, display and buzzer
(pulsing), and starts the PAS timer, but delays all other outputs (system and user) for 15
seconds.
Operation of the ACKNOWLEDGE button within 15 seconds will add a number of seconds
(60-180) to the PAS timer. If the ACKNOWLEDGE button is not operated within 15
seconds, the system and user outputs activate.
If the initiating device and the panel are reset before the PAS timer times out, the alarm
sequence is aborted.
An alarm condition on a detector programmed for direct alarm response (such as the key
switch on a manual station) will over-ride the PAS timer and activate the outputs.
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• PRE-SIGNAL
A point activated by a PRE-SIGNAL alarm device activates the alarm relay, alarm DACT,
alarm LEDs and buzzers, and all user programmed outputs normally, except NACs. Only
pre-signal NAC(s) operate at this time. Pre-signal NACs are for constantly attended central
locations manned by trained building personal.
Operation of the SYSTEM RESET button within the pre-programmed time (60-180
seconds) after initiation of the pre-signal prevents operation of the general alarm and thus
the general alarm NACs.
Failure to act within the pre-programmed time (60-180 seconds) will result in activation of
the general alarm and thus the general alarm building NACs.
Receipt of a general alarm during the delay period immediately sounds the general alarm
building NACs.
When the alarm condition has been corrected, return the system to standy operation by
pressing he SYSTEM RESET button.
Do not reset the system until the alarm condition has been cleared. The LCD display will
indicate the area in which the alarm was detected. The detector or module associated with
the device initiating the alarm will display a light indicating activation (if applicable).
Trouble Conditions
In case of a trouble condition, the system trouble LED and any programmed trouble LEDs
will be flashing, the LCD display will identify the problem, and the buzzer will sound. Refer
to the applicable section of the system manual to determine the probable cause of the
trouble and the action to be taken.
When a trouble has been noted, the buzzer may be silenced by pressing the
ACKNOWLEDGE button. The trouble LEDs will change to a continuous display. If the
trouble has not been corrected when the trouble re-ring timer expires, the trouble display
will revert to its original condition and the buzzer resound.
If the control panel is programmed for trouble acknowledge required, when the indicated
trouble condition has been cleared, the system will revert to standby condition after the
ACKNOWLEDGE button is pressed.
Some trouble conditions require a system reset to restore the control panel.
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Supervisory Conditions
Supervisory troubles are indicated similar to regular system troubles except that when a
supervisory trouble is cleared, the cleared condition continues to be indicated until it is
acknowledged.
Maintenance
In order to insure continued safe and reliable operation of the fire alarm system, periodic
inspection and testing should be performed in accordance with applicable NFPA 72
standards.
If the system has remote connections to the Fire Department or other monitor, be sure to
disable the remote signals and/or notify the remote monitoring station before performing
test operations.
For any required service, refer to the system manual or contact a factory authorized
representative.
ADDITIONAL OPERATING PROCEDURES
In addition to the basic fire alarm instructions above, several features are included to
facilitate maintenance and increase the versatility of the system. Following are procedures
to call up these functions.
Lamp Test
To operate the lamp test, press the MENU button. The LCD display will change to a MENU
screen. Press the button next to the “More” indication twice. Then press the button by the
“Lamp Test” indication. All lamps on the unit being operated will then light. Operating the
button next to “Esc” will then return the control panel to normal display. Note that the lamp
test operates the indicators only on the unit being operated, and no record is reported to
system history.
Drill
To activate a fire alarm drill, proceed as follows:
•
•
•
•
•
Press "MENU".
On the MENU display, select "More".
At the next screen, select "DRILL".
At the next screen, select "Yes".
Operate ALARM SILENCE to terminate drill signal.
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Recall
To signal recall after a drill, proceed as follows:
•
•
•
•
•
Press "MENU".
At the next screen, select "More".
Select "RECALL".
At the next screen, select "Yes".
Operate ALARM SILENCE to terminate recall signal.
Pre-Alarm
• A pre-alarm condition is annunciated by Pre-alarm LEDs and buzzers on the control
panel and LCD Annunciators and Remote Processors. The LEDs flash and buzzers are
on steady until acknowledgment.
• Acknowledging the Pre-alarm condition puts LEDs on steady and buzzers off.
• If pre-alarm has been acknowledged and restores to normal, the condition clears. If the
system proceeds into an alarm condition, the pre-alarm condition clears whether or not
it has been acknowledged and is replaced by alarm.
General Alarm
To activate a general alarm, proceed as follows:
•
•
•
•
Press "MENU".
On the MENU display, select "GENERAL ALARM".
At the next screen, select "Yes".
Silence and reset the system as with any alarm.
Alert
To activate alert alarm, proceed as follows:
•
•
•
•
Press "MENU".
On the MENU display, select "ALERT".
At the next screen, select "Yes".
Operate ALARM SILENCE to terminate alert signal.
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History
The last 2000 system events are time-tagged and recorded for review in the user level
event history. This history is available to anyone with the door key, but may be erased only
at the maintenance security level.
•
Operation of history:
New events overwrite old when filled.
Printer (if used) records all events.
For more information see the event history section
• Access to history:
To recall past events, proceed as follows:
Press MENU button.
Operate button identified as "More".
Operate button identified as "More".
Operate button identified as "View History".
Operate upper left button for previous event display.
Operate lower left button for next event display.
Operate upper right button to exit to MENU DISPLAY.
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FS-250 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Alarm Operation
In case of alarm, the System Alarm LED flashes, LCD will display alarm conditions and the panel buzzer
sounds. Local audible and visual signals and remote alarm signals operate.
When an alarm occurs, proceed according to the established emergency plan. Assure that all personnel
are accounted for, and notify the Fire Department to advise of the alarm and/or verify that an automatic
signal has been received at the Fire Department.
Authorized Personnel Only
To silence the alarm:
To silence the notification appliances after evacuation, where permitted, press the Alarm Silence
switch. The notification appliances and panel buzzer will be silenced, and LED indications will
change from flashing to continuous. The Alarm Silenced LED will be lit.
Note: Do not reset the panel until the alarm has been cleared.
Warning: Alarm silence inhibit (if set) prevents the alarm from being silenced for a
predetermined time.
To reset panel after alarm:
When the alarm condition is corrected, return the panel to normal standby operation by pressing
the System Reset switch.
Trouble Operation
Trouble is indicated by:
System Trouble LED flashes
LCD will display trouble conditions
Panel buzzer sounds
To silence the trouble buzzer:
Press the Acknowledge switch. The Trouble Silenced LED lights and the specific trouble LED(s)
may change to continuous display. When the trouble condition has been cleared, you may need
to reset the panel to restore to a normal standby condition.
Warning: Leaving the panel in a trouble condition may cause a fire alarm condition not to
initiate a fire alarm sequence
Normal Standby Condition
The green AC Power On LED will be lit and no other indicators on.
For service, contact: ___________________________________________
Telephone Number: ___________________________________________
Frame these instructions and mount them near the control panel for operator reference.
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FS-RD2 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Alarm Operation
In case of alarm, the System Alarm LED flashes, LCD will display alarm conditions and the buzzer
sounds. Local audible and visual signals and remote alarm signals operate.
When an alarm occurs, proceed according to the established emergency plan. Assure that all personnel
are accounted for, and notify the Fire Department to advise of the alarm and/or verify that an automatic
signal has been received at the Fire Department.
Authorized Personnel Only
To silence the alarm:
To silence the notification appliances after evacuation, where permitted, operate the Button
Enable key switch and press the Alarm Silence switch. The notification appliances and buzzer
will be silenced, and LED indications will change from flashing to continuous. The Alarm Silenced
LED will be lit.
Note: Do not reset the panel until the alarm has been cleared.
Warning: Alarm silence inhibit (if set) prevents the alarm from being silenced for a
predetermined time.
To reset panel after alarm:
When the alarm condition is corrected, return the panel to normal standby operation by using the
Button Enable key switch and then pressing the System Reset switch.
Trouble Operation
Trouble is indicated by:
System Trouble LED flashes
LCD will display trouble conditions
Buzzer sounds
To silence the trouble buzzer:
Operate the Button Enable key switch and press the switch. The System Trouble LED changes
to continuous display. When the trouble condition has been cleared, you may need to reset the
panel to restore to a normal standby condition.
Warning: Leaving the panel in a trouble condition may cause a fire alarm condition not to
initiate a fire alarm sequence
Normal Standby Condition
The green Power On LED will be lit and no other indicators on.
For service, contact: ___________________________________________
Telephone Number: ___________________________________________
Frame these instructions and mount them near the annunciator for operator reference.
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CONTROL PANEL INSTALLATION
PARTS SUPPLIED – FS-250
With Enclosure Packages (Black or Red)
Backbox Assembly
Front Door Assembly with
Window
Inner Door Assembly
With Electronics Package
FS-MB Main Board
FS-DB Display Board
FS-DLC Loop Driver Board
215-649112 Keyboard
330-944373 Thermal pad
465-633943 Battery cable assembly
315-048353 Owner’s Manual
575-249351 Riser Diagram
315-049352 Operating Instructions
600-149373 Ground Wire Assembly
899-G67197 #6-32 Keps Nuts (1)
906-220604 #6-32 x 1/4” Screws (17)
375-F943165 Spacers (8)
140-820405 24K Ohm 1/2W Resistor (4)
140-820350 120 Ohm 1/2W Resistor (2)
555-446055 Cable Assembly, 26 Pin
130-PM3223 Bridge Rectifier
555-449116 Rectifier Cable Assembly
575-249349 Nameplate
950-220604 #6-32 Nut (1)
With FS-NPE Transformer Package
Transformer Assembly (120VAC) (2 required)
(899-G67197) #6-32 Keps Nuts (2)
CAUTIONS
It is recommended that the printed circuit boards be removed for any procedure that may
cause dust, metal shavings, grease or any such matter that may affect the circuit boards
and/or parts. There may be several sources of power into the control panel. Each source
must be disconnected prior to installing or removing modules, connecting or disconnecting
wiring, and programming jumpers.
CONTROL PANEL LOCATION
The control panel should be located near an exit at ground level, where the normal ambient
temperature is maintained within the control panel specification (See General
Specifications). The unit should be in an area that is free of dust, vibration, moisture and
condensation. Any auxiliary battery box or other accessory not connected through a
protective device or a circuit designed for remote connection must be within the same room
and connected through electrical conduit.
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INSTALLATION
The enclosures must be fastened securely to a clean, dry, shock-free, and vibration-free
surface. Consider the following when mounting the box.
Mounting height for visual and manual access to the Display Board
Weight and size of backbox
Local mounting codes
When mounting the backbox, position the backbox clear of obstructions so that the door
can open freely and so that indicators and controls are easily accessible.
The fire alarm control panel must be mounted in a properly accessible location as required
by applicable codes. Any auxiliary battery box or other accessory not connected through a
protective device or a circuit designed for remote connection must be within the same room
and connected through electrical conduit.
Installation is to be done only by qualified personnel who have thoroughly read and
understood these instructions. The fire alarm control panel must be mounted in a properly
accessible location as required by applicable codes.
ENCLOSURE MOUNTING
The backbox must be fastened securely to a clean, dry, shock-free, and vibration-free
surface.
Consider the following before mounting the backbox.
•
•
•
Mounting height for visual and manual access to the Display Panel
Weight and size of backbox
Local mounting codes
Install the backbox:
•
•
•
Select a clean, dry, shock and vibration free surface.
Position the backbox clear of obstructions so that the front door opens freely and the
controls and indicators are easily accessible.
Mark the locations of the two upper mounting bolts of the backbox on the wall.
There are two key-shaped cutouts on the top of the backbox. Make sure the end with the
two key-shaped cutouts is on top when installing the backbox.
•
Drill the two holes located in the previous step and screw in the top bolts, leaving a
small gap between the wall and each top bolt.
The screw type and length must be able to support the control panel, options and battery
set. You may need a different screw type, depending on the wall material.
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•
•
•
•
•
Place the backbox over the two top bolts and allow it to slide down over the bolts.
Mark, drill, and install the two bottom bolts in the backbox.
Tighten all four bolts securely against the back wall of the backbox.
The PAD-3 Auxiliary Power Supply or battery enclosure may be mounted immediately
below the main enclosure, close nipple, allowing a minimum of 1 inch in between the
enclosures for clearance between the doors. Keeping the wire run to the control panel
short will keep the voltage drop to a minimum.
If a semi-flush mount installation is desired, for the FS-250 use the FS-SFT(R/B) Semiflush Trim. The back-box can be mounted up to 3 1/2 inches into the wall. Place the
semi-flush trim around the back-box and affix to the wall with four #10 x 3/4 inch wood
screws (provided with trim).
You may need a different screw type, depending on the wall material.
For semi-flush installations, if the PAD-3 Auxiliary Power Supply or a battery enclosure is
required, it may be mounted immediately above or below the main enclosure, close nipple,
allowing a minimum of 3 inches in between the enclosures for clearance between the
semi-flush trims. Keeping the wire run to the control panel short will keep the voltage drop
to a minimum.
FS-250 Enclosure Mounting Pictures
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Remove Knock-Outs
Prepare the enclosure for electrical wiring, break out the appropriate conduit entry points.
Segregation is required between power limited and non-power limited conductors. In order
to maintain the minimum separation, the following wire routing is illustrated. Separation of
at least a 1/4 inch is required between the non-power limited and power limited conductors.
Power limited and non-power limited wiring must be run in separate conduit.
Attach conduit (if required) and run wires as required. Label each field cable for future
reference.
Basic system wiring and detector siting must be in accordance with NFPA 72 or other
instructions from the appropriate local authority. Unit connections and limitations are as
indicated on the wiring diagrams included in System Wiring part of this manual.
Wire reference data are included in Appendix A.
Main Board Installation
• Secure the board to the back of enclosure using the eight #6-32 x 1/4 screws provided.
• Secure the bridge rectifier to the back box using the thermal pad and a #6 keps nut. See
drawing for details. Plug bridge rectifier into J4 on the Main Board.
Thermal Pad
Bridge Rectifier
Keps Nut, #6-32
Bridge Rectifier Mounting
FS-250
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Transformer Mounting – FS-NPE
• Place the two FS-NPE transformer assemblies over the bottom two sets of studs on the
left side of the enclosure. Mounting the transformer can be accomplished before
mounting the enclosure if desired.
• Tighten provided transformer-mounting nuts.
• Plug the transformer assemblies into connectors J1 and J2 on the Main Board. Bottom
transformer plugs into J1.
• If optional additional FS-NPE transformer is being installed, install it also at this time.
FS-NPE
Expansion
Transformer
FS-250
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FS-DLC Loop Driver Board Mounting
• Place the four provided standoffs in locations shown on the Main Board.
• Carefully align connector J1 on the Loop Driver Board with connector J9 on the FS-250
Main Board.
Standoffs
FS-DLC
Loop Driver Board
FS-250
Door Assembly
• Secure the Lexan window to door assembly using four of the provided #6-32 keps nuts.
• Place the Door Assembly on Backbox using five of the provided #6-32 keps nuts.
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Display Board Installation
• With the Inner Front Plate closed, carefuly pass connector and cable from keypad
through vertical slot in front plate.
• Remove backing from keypad and carefully attach keypad to front plate. Center window
in keypad on large opening in front plate.
• Attach the cable connection from keypad on the Inner Front Plate to connector J3 on
the Display Board (FS-DB).
• Secure Display Board (FS-DB) to Inner Front Plate Assembly using four of the provided
#6-32x1/4” screws (P/N 555-446055).
• Plug the Cable Assembly (P/N 555-446055) into connector J1 of the Display Board
(FS-DB) and to connector J11 of the Main Board (FS-MB).
#6-32 x 1/4
SCREWS (4)
Display
Board
J3 - Keypad
Connection
J1 - Connection
to Main
Termination
Board
PLATE
ASS'Y
FS-250
showing Display
Board and Keyboard
being attached
to Front Plate Ass'y
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Front Plate Mounting
• Secure the Front Plate Assembly to Door hinge using three of the provided #6-32 keps
nuts.
• Plug the Cable Assembly into connector J1 of the Display Board and to connector J11
of the Main Board.
• Front Plate is secured in place when closed by the two provided #8-32 x 3/8 sems
screws. Locations on the Front Plate for the sems screws are the upper and lower right
corners when closed.
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Ground Wire Installation – P/N 600-149373
• Attach Ground Wire (P/N 600-149373) to inside of outer door using provided #6 nut
(P/N 950-220604).
• Attach Ground Wire (P/N 600-149373) to outside of inner door using provided #6 screw
(P/N 906-220604).
SYSTEM WIRING
Before connecting the field wiring, check the wiring for opens, shorts, grounds and stray
voltages.
WARNING
Damage may result if a high voltage insulation tester is used on wiring while connected to
the control panel.
Terminate the field wiring to the main board in accordance with the diagrams in System
Wiring Section and the system design documents
All wiring must be in accordance with local codes and the National Electrical Code. Use
only wire as described in Article 760 of the National Electric Code.
AC Supply Connection
Wire the AC supply to terminal block TB1 on the main board. The supply should originate
from a separate, fused circuit. It should be provided with a breaker or other means of
isolation.
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Observe the wiring order -- the bottom terminal is ground and must be wired back to the
electrical panel ground (earth) bonding point or another good ground acceptable to the
authority having jurisdiction and the electrical inspector. The neutral wire must be taken
back to the electrical panel neutral distribution bar and must not be grounded.
Dangerous voltages will be present on this terminal block and on other components
surrounding it and the transformer when the AC supply is turned on. Do not touch.
Battery Installation
WARNING
Improper battery connections or shorting battery terminals may damage the system and/or
batteries and may cause personal injuries.
Place the batteries in the space provided in the bottom of the back-box. If a larger than 12
AH battery set is required, a separate enclosure, CAB-BATT or any enclosure UL Listed for
Fire Protective Signaling Use, must be used.
The control panel uses a 24V battery set. Connect the two 12V batteries (or four 6V
batteries) in series with wire that is rated for the maximum worst-case battery current draw.
Route the battery leads to the left of the enclosure and up to the battery connector, J4. The
battery leads are not power-limited. DO NOT CONNECT BATTERIES YET.
Powering The Control Panel
Apply AC power to the control panel. The AC POWER ON LED, SYSTEM TROUBLE LED,
and the trouble buzzer should be on.
Observe polarity. Connect the B- (black) lead from the main board into the black or terminal of the battery set and the B+ (red) lead from the main board into the red or +
terminal of the battery set.
Optional Modules
See Appendix D for a listing of installation instructions for each optional module. Installation
Instructions are provided with each optional module. Follow these instructions for proper
installation.
When using the FS-DACT for either Remote Station or Central Station, you must set the
“DACT Pwr Fail Tmr” in the “System Parameters” tab of FS-CT2 as follows:
Remote Station
15 Hours
Central Station
6 Hours
Check System Operation
Check for proper operation of all the system functions. See Operation Instructions Section.
WIRING
Basic system wiring and detector locations must be in accordance with NFPA 72 or other
instructions from the appropriate local authority. Unit connections and limitations are as
indicated on the wiring diagram included below.
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Devices that may be satisfactorily used with the control panel are shown in the compatible
device listing in Appendix B.
Wire reference data are included in Appendix A.
Control Panel Wiring Overview
In compliance with NEC Article 760 and UL 864, all power limited fire protective signaling
conductors must be separated a minimum of 1/4 inch from all of the following wiring located
within a control panel:
•
•
•
Electric light
Power
Class 1 or non-power limited fire protective signaling conductors
To meet these requirements, the following guidelines must be observed when installing
modules and wiring to this control panel.
When installing power limited field wiring, the installer must comply with NEC article 760,
which states:
The fire alarm power-limited circuits are installed using Types FPL, FPLR, FPLP or
permitted substitute cable, provided these power-limited cable conductors extending
beyond the jacket are separated by a minimum of 0.25 in. (6.35 mm) or by a
nonconductive sleeve or nonconductive barrier from all other conductors.
If energy limited cable or equivalent is not used within the FS-250 enclosure, then the
following guidelines do not apply. In that case, be sure to follow standard wiring practices.
Wiring Entering Enclosure
• Non-Power Limited Wiring - Wiring entering the enclosure from the bottom left side of
the backbox is considered non-power limited wiring. Wiring must be in the shortest route
and must not overlap any other wiring.
• Power Limited Wiring - Wiring entering the enclosure from the top and the left side of
the backbox is considered power limited. Wiring must be in the shortest route and must
not overlap any other wiring.
Install Wiring
The primary mains input must have a separate or dedicated circuit breaker. Wire in
accordance with local codes and NEC 760.
•
Remove the knockouts in the backbox for the entry of field wiring. (Refer to Enclosure
Mounting Pictures on preceding page and Wiring Separation Diagram on next page for
the location of knockouts.)
• Pull all field wiring into the backbox. Do not dress the wiring until the location of all the
equipment is known.
Install the wiring from the external power source to the approximate location of the power
supply.
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The overall arrangement of boards in the control panel is shown in the following diagram.
Wiring Separation
All high voltage and non-power limited wiring must be kept separate from power limited
wiring. A separation of at least a 1/4 inch must be maintained, with high voltage and nonpower limited wiring running in separate conduit openings from power limited wiring.
A
E
C
G
5
6
J1
4
OPTIONAL
TX-3
2
TO DISPLAY
BOARD
10
BRDG
TX-2
1+
1-
TX-1
2
3
1
2+
2-
3+
34+
4-
AC
POWER
BAT.
BATTERIES
B
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
F.
G.
H.
D
FS-250
Non-power limited - High Voltage
(AC power) or B
Non-power limited - High Voltage
(AC power) or A
Power limited
Non-power limited
(Battery If external enclosure required)
Power limited
Non-power limited if
Local Energy Box used
Power limited or G or H
Power limited or F or H
Power limited or F or G
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F
1.
2.
3.
4.
H
Main Board
FS-NPE Transformer
FS-DACT Board or FS-MT Municipal Tie
FS-DLC Loop Driver Board
(requires Main Board)
5. Future Expansion
6. FS-NPE Expansion Transformer
10. Future Expansion – 485 Module
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Primary And Secondary Power Wiring
The AC main connections (TB1) and the battery connections (J4) must be made along the
left-hand side of the main termination board. Route all high voltage and non-power limited
wiring together and away from power limited wiring.
TX-1
Supervised
120 VAC 60Hz
2.4A Max FS-250
Non-Power Limited
AC
AC
N
N
GND
GND
B-
B+
BAT.
Keep All Non-Power Limited Wiring
Separate from Power Limited Wiring
Battery Connections
Supervised
Non-Power Limited
For FS-250
24V Battery Set (7 to 38.5 AH)
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Status Relays And Auxiliary Power Outputs Wiring
The right side of the main board provides for connection of status relay contacts and
auxiliary power connections (TB5-8). Four relays with dry contacts are provided. These
contacts can be dedicated to power fail, alarm, trouble and supervisory indications. The
relay contacts are Form C and are rated 1A @ 28VDC resistive.
The right-hand edge of the main termination board (TB9) provides for resettable and nonresettable auxiliary power connections.
Auxiliary Power Outputs
0.4A max. @24VDC nominal
Supervised, Power Limited
Maximum current of all auxiliary outputs
circuits, Serial Interface Circuit and option
boards is 0.5A for the FS-250
Status Relay Contacts
(Shown in normal standby
condition)
1A 28VDC max Resistive For
Power Limited Source,
Supervised
FS-250 System Power Requirements (Does not include NAC power)
Device
FS-250 Control panel (inc. 1 FS-DLC)
Item Max.(Amps)
Addressable Device Circuit Power
Auxiliary Power Outputs *
FS-MT Municipal Tie Board
FS-DACT DACT Board
FS-RD2 Remote LCD Annunciator *
# of Devices X 0.0018 Amps
Depends on devices installed
0.055
0.054
FS-RU2/FS-RE8 Serial Relay Unit *
FS-SAU2/FS-SAE16 Serial Annunciator Unit *
Total current requirements
Must be less than or equal to
0.032+0.020 A for each relay
0.070+ load of each LED or lamp
0.190
0.085
0.75
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Auxiliary Power Supply
*Connect a PAD-3 auxiliary supply when power requirement calculation indicates that an
additional source is required. For further information, refer to Appendix D.
Battery Size Calculations
For calculation of battery size requirements see Appendix A.
NAC Wiring
At the lower right corner of the main board are the terminal blocks (TB12, TB13) are used
for the connection of notification appliances. Four individual NACs marked 1 through 4 are
provided and the polarity shown is when the NAC is activated.
NAC Rating:
Alarm Voltage: 24V FW nominal
Max. Alarm Current: 1.5A/NAC circuit
Max. Ripple: 16VAC
Max. Wire Voltage Drop: 1.0VDC
Max. Standby Current: 1.0mA
Typical Notification Appliance Circuit
Style Z, Class A
Supervised, Power Limited
See Appendix B for Compatible Devices
Typical Notification Appliance Circuit
Style Y, Class B
Supervised, Power Limited
See Appendix B for Compatible Devices
NOTE: The maximum total current for the FS-250
NACs is 3.0A and 6.0A with the optional additional
FS-NPE Transformer.
Polarity Shown
In activated Condition
See Chart for NAC Jumper
Configurations
Use the following table to configure the NACs for either class A or class B operation.
NAC #s
1,2
3,4
Class “B”
Operation
JP1
JP3
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Serial Interface Circuit
The serial interface circuit can address up to 16 standard annunciators and/or 8 remote
processors to drive graphic annunciation or relay modules. Devices on the circuit may be
connected up to 4000 feet from the control panel. At the top of the main board, the terminal
blocks are used for the connection of remote serial devices.
Serial Interface Circuit,
(=, -) 24VDC nominal, 0.4 max
(X+, X-) RS-485 levels
Wire Type-Twisted Pair For Data
Wire Resistance-11 ohms/line (4000’ max)
Supervised, Power Limited,
See Owner’s Manual for
Compatible Devices.
•
Remote Device Power - When connecting devices on the serial interface circuit, a
limited amount of current is available from the control panel. If more current supply is
required for the connected devices, auxiliary power must be provided to each
insufficiently powered device. Each address on the circuit must be fully powered from
either control panel or auxiliary power (no combined source can be configured).
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Serial Remote Device Wiring Overview
When connecting devices on the Serial Interface Circuit, the data wires must be daisy
chained and with no T-taps to preserve the integrity of the data. Each end (two places)
must be terminated with a 120 ohm termination resistor. The following diagrams show the
proper wiring.
P2 Addressable Device Circuit(s)
These devices are polled by the control panel every few seconds and input or output
functions communicated to determine device status or function. The control panel monitors
all device addresses for alarm and trouble conditions.
Addressable
Loop Circuit 1
Addressable Device Circuit
Style 4 or 6 Operation
24VDC nominal
Wire Resistance-50 ohms max
(see Line Resistance Graph)
Supervised, Power Limited
See Owner’s Manual for
Compatible Devices
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P2 Addressable Device Wiring Diagrams
Refer to the instruction sheets packed with each device.
Detectors and modules may be wired together according to several NFPA defined wiring
styles. The wiring style that is appropriate for your installation should be determined from
the relevant building codes and the Authority Having Jurisdiction.
Style 4 wiring permits branching of circuit connections. The control equipment supervises
modules because they are active and must respond periodically to the control panel's
interrogation.
P2 ADDRESSABLE DEVICE CIRCUIT WIRING / OPERATION COMPARABLE TO NFPA STYLE 4
SUPERVISED,
POWER LIMITED
TO OPTIONAL
BRANCH(ES) OF
LOOP CIRCUIT
Siemens P2 Devices: Detectors, Monitor Modules, or Control Modules up to a maximum of 252 devices per addressable device circuit. A
Maximum of 20 devices recommended per Isolator Module. A Maximum of 15 Isolator Modules per addressable device circuit.
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P2 ADDRESSABLE DEVICE CIRCUIT WIRING / OPERATION COMPARABLE TO NFPA STYLE 6
Style 6 provides redundant communication paths.
.
Siemens P2 Devices: Detectors, Monitor Modules, or Control Modules up to a maximum of 252 devices per addressable device circuit. A
Maximum of 20 devices recommended between Isolator Modules. A Maximum of 15 Isolator Modules per addressable device circuit.
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PROGRAMMING THE CONTROL PANEL
KEYPAD PROGRAMMING
Customized programming of the control panel may be accomplished through a keypad
included in the control panel See the Siemens FS-250 Programmer’s Manual, P/N 315049403, for detailed information of system programming.
PC PROGRAMMING
Programming the panel may also be done by a temporary connection to the programming
port with a computer.
The SIEMENS FS-CT2 software is available to allow programming the control panel by
connection to a Personal Computer (PC) with an EIA-232 port. This allows ease of
operation by preparing the program in advance and downloading to the control panel in a
simple, rapid operation.
Uploading or downloading of a configuration requires the tech level. The control panel
automatically verifies a downloaded configuration for regulatory and system restriction
compliance. After verifying the new configuration, a comparison of the new and old
configurations may be printed. Switchover to the new configuration requires confirmation at
the control panel. See the SIEMENS Online Help for detailed information of system
programming.
PROGRAMMING SECURITY
The following levels of security protect the system from unauthorized use:
•
•
•
User – Locked Door
Maintenance – Locked Door and 4-digit Maint. Password
Technician – Locked Door and 5-digit Tech Password
The User and Maintenance Levels are also accessible from the Remote LCD Annunciators.
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MAINTENANCE
GENERAL
Device sensitivity may be read out and alarm thresholds controlled on a per-point basis, as
well as setting overall percent obscuration and day/night variations. Individual points may
also be disabled for service.
To perform these functions on the unit, enter the 4-digit maintenance password into the
control panel or LCD annunciator. When the menu is displayed, select the desired function
or sub-function and press the appropriate operating button. When the function is complete,
the menu will provide a command for exiting the maintenance mode.
Note that any abnormal condition, such as disabled points, will report a trouble.
Confirmation of disabling or re-enabling a point is required to complete the action, but
acknowledgment of the trouble is not required, since it results from operator action.
Activation of an alarm condition or a timeout after no button activity terminates Maintenance
mode.
The system may automatically scan the operating points and report to a printer, facilitating
NFPA 72 test requirements. The control panel may perform this scan once a day, with the
time selectable by the user.
To initiate a non-programmed automatic test cycle, enter the 4-digit maintenance password
into the control panel or LCD annunciator. When the menu is displayed, select Auto-test
and press the associated switch. The Auto-test cycle will be completed and the control
panel will return to normal. Results will be displayed on the display (anomalies only) or the
printer (full data) according to the selected mode.
•
•
•
•
The system will automatically monitor drift of quiescent detector output levels and report
a maintenance alert if a preset level is passed, or if a detector drifts too quickly. This
maintenance alert is annunciated as a trouble.
The system may be programmed to report the number of times the alarm verify function
is initiated by device, time of day, and/or day of week, allowing location of environmental
problems. This datum is available on the display as described in paragraph 1 above.
The system may be programmed to alert the operator when scheduled maintenance is
required.
A 2000 event history is maintained, with all events available for chronological review at
the operator level. This history may be cleared only with the Maintenance Level Code.
For details on included data and use of the history, see operation instructions.
To clear history when data has been read out and restoration of memory space is desired,
activate maintenance mode as described above and follow menu instructions for clearing
the event history.
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QUICK TEST
If the control panel has remote connections to the Fire Department or other monitor, be
sure to disable the remote signals and notify the remote monitoring station before
performing test operations, since an off-normal condition will be indicated.
Quick test is possible in one of two modes, (silent or audible) and is selectable on a perzone basis. Any number of zones may be placed into test at the same time, but only one
mode of quick test operation is possible for the whole system at one time. Points not in
quick test operate normally. Quick test operation initiates a system trouble condition.
In the silent mode, all alarm outputs are disabled and only the front panel indications and
remote annunciator LEDs operate. In the audible mode all system sounders will sound
momentarily as each device is alarmed.
The system maintains a counter of the number of activations during the quick test and
reports this value when quick test mode is exited.
Quick test terminates into alarm if more than one device activates simultaneously, or if a
device does not return to normal after being activated within a configurable length of time.
Quick test terminates automatically into normal standby mode using a timer. The value of
the timer is configurable. The timer can be configured to limit the total time of the quick test
(i.e. the timer is started only when quick test is entered), or to limit the time between device
activations (i.e. the timer is re-started after each activation).
Alarm activations that occur in a system or zone in quick test or by a point in quick test
cause the event to be logged and printed. No other action is taken.
To initiate quick test, enter maintenance mode as described above and follow menu
instructions to configure and initiate the test.
Initiation of General Evacuation from the control panel, an RS485 LCD Annunciator, or an
RS485 Remote Processor causes termination of quick test and starts the normal alarm
sequence.
Quick test may be terminated by a menu selection or by timeout (set at 5 to 30 minutes)
from the last test activation. Timeout system reactivation is annunciated by a 1/2 second
on, 1/2 second off pattern from system sounders programmed for drill use. A device in
alarm condition when quick test is exited causes the normal alarm sequence.
When any problem is observed with the system, refer to the troubleshooting chart in
Appendix C. For any required service, contact a factory-authorized representative.
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APPENDIX-A: REFERENCE DATA
This appendix provides reference for the following topics:
•
•
•
Wire selection guides
Battery size calculations
WIRE SELECTION GUIDES
Resistance of Solid Copper Wire
AWG
Ohms per Thousand Feet*
18
8.08
16
5.08
14
3.19
12
2.01
*NEC Chapter 9, Table 8.
Notification Appliance Circuit Wire Selection Guide
Each Notification Appliance Circuit must not have a voltage drop greater than 1 volt. The
following chart is based on these premises:
• The entire load is at the end of the wire run (worst case).
• Resistance is of solid copper wire.
Contact your local distributor or the factory if further information is needed in your
circumstances.
Maximum Wire Loop Distance (Feet)
Signal Load (A)
18 AWG 16 AWG 14 AWG
1,237
1968
3134
0.1
495
787
1253
0.25
247
393
626
0.5
165
262
417
0.75
123
196
313
1.0
99
157
250
1.25
82
131
208
1.5
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12 AWG
4975
1990
995
663
497
398
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Addressable Device Circuit Wire Selection Guide
Each addressable device circuit must meet the following requirements:
•
•
Total loop resistance - 50 ohm maximum with 252 devices.(refer to following graph)
Total loop capacitance - 0.5uF max line to line and 1.0uF max line to shield
Line Resistance Graph
260
250
240
230
220
210
200
190
180
170
Line Resistance (ohm)
160
150
140
130
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
140
150
160
170
180
190
200
210
220
230
240
250
260
Max Number of Devices Per Loop
FDLC LINE RESISTANCE vs MAX NUMBER OF DEVICES
Note: The total number of devices can not exceed 252.
The line resistance of each loop can also be calculated by using R=1260/N.
R is line resistance and N is the number of devices in the loop.
The terminal blocks of Siemens P2 devices are rated for a maximum of 14AWG wire.
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BATTERY SIZE CALCULATONS
FS-250 Current Calculations
Panel and Module Current
FS-250 Control Panel (includes one loop driver board)*
FS-MT Municipal Tie Standby 0.005
Alarm 0.028
Standby (note 5)
Alarm (note 5)
FS-DACT DACT
Standby 0.038
Board
Alarm 0.054
Total Panel currents
0.038
Standby Current (A.)
0.190
+
NA
+
NA
+
Alarm Current (A.)
0.190
NA
+
NA
+
NA
0.054
NA
+
0.005
0.028
Place these totals in the Total System Current Table
Go to Auxiliary Module Current calculations
When using the FS-MT Municipal Tie Board add the following currents for standby and alarm:
Type of Municipal tie Connection
Local Energy
Reverse Polarity Alarm Output (CA)
Alarm
Alarm w/Trouble
Reverse Polarity Trouble Output (CT)
Standby
+0
Alarm
+0
+ 0.020
+0
+ 0.020
+ 0.020
+ 0.020
+ 0.020
Auxiliary Module Battery Calculations
Panel and Module Current
FS-RD2 Remote
Standby
=
Standby Current (A.)
+
Alarm Current (A.)
NA
Annunciator
Alarm
0.020
0.085
X
X
=
NA
+
FS-RU2 Serial
Relay Unit
FS-RE8 Serial
Relay Extender
FS-SAU2 Serial
Annunciator Unit
FS-SAE16 Serial
Annunciator
Extender
Total Auxiliary
Module Current
Standby 0.032
Alarm 0.192
Standby 0.000
Alarm 0.160
Standby 0.018
Alarm (note 4) 0.070
Standby 0.005
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
+
NA
+
NA
+
NA
+
NA
+
NA
+
NA
+
NA
Alarm (note 4) 0.000
X
=
NA
+
Place these totals in the Total System Current table
Go to Device Current Calculations
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Device Current Calculations
Device Current
Catalog #
Quantity
Standby
Alarm
Standby
Alarm
Standby
Alarm
Standby
Alarm
4-wire Smoke Detectors
Catalog #
Quantity
Standby
Alarm
Standby
Alarm
End of Line Relay
Catalog #
Quantity
Notification Appliances
Catalog #
Quantity
X Current (A.)
X =
X =
X =
X =
X =
X =
X =
X =
Standby Current (A.) Alarm Current (A)
+
NA
NA
+
+
NA
NA
+
+
NA
NA
+
+
NA
NA
+
X Current (A.)
X =
X =
X =
X =
+
NA
+
NA
NA
+
NA
+
X Current (A.)
X =
+
+
NA
NA
NA
NA
+
+
+
+
+
+
X Current (A.)
X =
X =
X =
X =
Other
=
TOTAL DEVICE Current
Place these totals in the Total System Current table
Go to Total System Current Calculations
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Total System Currents
Total Panel and Modules current
Total Auxiliary current
Total Device current
TOTAL PANEL+ Modules + DEVICES
STANDBY (A)
ALARM (A)
+
+
+
+
Use the Total Panel+ Modules + Devices for the Battery Size Calculations
Battery Size
Total Standby Current
(from above)
A.
Total Alarm Current
(from above)
A.
A.H. for
Standby
A.H. for
Alarm
+
Hours of Standby Required per
NFPA 72 Standard (4, 24 or 60)
x ____ Hours
5 Minutes of Alarm Operation
per NFPA 72 Standard*
x 0.33 Hours
Calculated
A.H.
=
De-rating
Factor
X 1.25
AH for Standby
=
AH for Alarm
=
A.H. Required
Battery Capacity
=
Notes:
1. An additional multiplier is included to compensate for the higher discharge rate in alarm. Battery capacity
decreases with age.
2. The Standby current + Alarm current must never exceed 3.0 Amps when using one Transformer, and
6.0amps when using the FS-NPE optional transformer assembly.
3. The following states the maximum standby current allowed for a FS-250 panel using a 38.5 AH battery
set:
60 hours of standby time is 0.457 Amps
24 hours of standby time is 1.144 Amps
4. Does not include lamp or LED current, add separately. Refer to FS-SAU2 Installation Instructions for
maximum activated current rating of individual drive circuits.
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APPENDIX-B: COMPATIBLE DEVICES
DEVICES FOR ADDRESSABLE DEVICE CIRCUITS
Siemens P2 Manual Pull Stations
Siemens
Cat. No.
HMS-S
HMS-D
HMS-M
Description
Manual Station, Single Action
Manual Station , Dual Action
Metal Manual Station , Single Action
Siemens P2 Modules
Siemens
Cat. No.
HTRI-M
HTRI-S
HTRI-D
HTRI-R
HZM
HLIM
Description
Transmit-Receive Interface - Mini- Module
Transmit-Receive Interface - Single Monitor Circuit
Transmit-Receive Interface - Dual Monitor Circuit
Transmit-Receive Interface - Dual Monitor Circuit with Programmable Relay
Conventional Zone Module
Line Isolator Module
Siemens P2 Photo Electric Detectors
Siemens
Cat. No.
HFPO-11
HFPT-11
HPT-11
Description
Photo Detector
Thermal Detector, Fixed Temperature or Fixed/Rate of Rise
FirePrint™ Photo/Thermal Detector
Siemens P2 Bases
Siemens
Cat. No.
DB-11
ADBH-11
DB-HR
AD-11P
AD-HR
Description
Standard Base
Audible Base
Relay Base
Standard Duct Housing
Duct Housing with Relay
Siemens P2 Accessories
Siemens
Cat. No.
ILED-C
ILED-W
RL-HC
RL-HW
Description
Intelligent Remote Lamp, Ceiling mount
Intelligent Remote Lamp, Wall mount
Remote Lamp, Ceiling mount
Remote Lamp, Wall mount
Notes:
1. Siemens P2 devices, detectors and modules, up to a maximum of 252 addresses may be used per
addressable P2 FS-DLC Loop Driver Circuit.
2. For specific wiring and installation information, read the instructions provided with each device.
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DEVICES FOR NOTIFICATION APPLIANCE CIRCUITS
Notification Appliances
SIEMENS CATALOG #
DESCRIPTION
AUDIBLE
VOLTAGE
(VOLTS)
AUDIBLE
CURRENT
(AMPS)
STROBE
VOLTAGE
(VOLTS)
STROBE
CURRENT
(AMPS)
BT-F
BF-F
CH-F
BS-F
Bell - Vibrating
21-30 DC
0.110
BT-F
BF-F
CH-F
BS-F
Bell - Vibrating
21-30 DC
0.070
BT-SS
BF-SS
CH-SS
BS-SS
Bell - Single Stroke
21-30 DC
0.360
U-MCS
U-MCS-W
U-MCS-AR
U-MCS-WE
Adapter Strobe
16-33 DC
0.112-0.323
U-S17
U-S17-W
U-S17-C
U-S17-W-C
U-S17-AC
U-S17-AC-W
U-S17-AC-C
U-S17-AC-W-C
Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.059
U-S30
U-S30-W
U-S30-C
U-S30-W-C
U-S30-AC
U-S30-AC-W
U-S30-AC-C
U-S30-AC-W-C
Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.089
U-S60
U-S60-W
U-S60-C
U-S60-W-C
U-S60-AC
U-S60-AC-W
U-S60-AC-C
U-S60-AC-W-C
Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.155
U-S75
U-S75-W
U-S75-C
U-S75-W-C
U-S75-AC
U-S75-AC-W
U-S75-AC-C
U-S75-AC-W-C
Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.164
U-S110
U-S110-W
U-S110-C
U-S110-W-C
U-S110-AC
U-S110-AC-W
U-S110-AC-C
U-S110-AC-W-C
Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.249
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DESCRIPTION
AUDIBLE
VOLTAGE
(VOLTS)
AUDIBLE
CURRENT
(AMPS)
STROBE
VOLTAGE
(VOLTS)
STROBE
CURRENT
(AMPS)
U-S17S
U-17S-W
U-S17S-C
U-S17S-W-C
Sync Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.059
U-S30S
U-S30S-W
U-S30S-C
U-S30S-W-C
Sync Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.088
U-S60S
U-S60S-W
U-S60S-C
U-S60S-W-C
Sync Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.154
U-S75S
U-S75S-W
U-S75S-C
U-S75S-W-C
Sync Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.17
U-S110S
U-S110S-W
U-S110S-C
U-S110S-W-C
Sync Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.249
U-MCS-6090V
U-MCS-6090V-W
Adapter Strobe
16-33 DC
0.112-0.323
U-S17-6090V
U-S17-6090V-W
U-S17-6090V-AC
U-S17-6090V-AC-W
Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.059
U-S30-6090V
U-S30-6090V-W
U-S30-6090V-AC
U-S30-6090V-AC-W
Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.089
U-S60-6090V
U-S60-6090V-W
U-S60-6090V-AC
U-S60-6090V-AC-W
Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.155
U-S75-6090V
U-S75-6090V-W
U-S75-6090V-AC
U-S75-6090V-AC-W
Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.164
U-S110-6090V
U-S110-6090V-W
U-S110-6090V-AC
U-S110-6090V-AC-W
Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.249
U-S17S-6090V
U-S17S-6090V-W
Sync Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.059
U-S30S-6090V
U-S30S-6090V-W
Sync Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.088
U-S60S-6090V
U-S60S-6090V-W
Sync Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.154
U-S75S-6090V
U-S75S-6090V-W
Sync Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.17
U-S110S-6090V
U-S110S-6090V-W
Sync Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.249
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DESCRIPTION
AUDIBLE
VOLTAGE
(VOLTS)
AUDIBLE
CURRENT
(AMPS)
STROBE
VOLTAGE
(VOLTS)
STROBE
CURRENT
(AMPS)
U-S17-1
U-S17-1-C
U-S17-1-W
U-S17-1-W-C
U-S17-1-AC
U-S17-1-AC-W
U-S17-1-AC-C
U-S17-1-AC-W-C
Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.059
U-S110-1
U-S110-1-C
U-S110-1-W
U-S110-1-W-C
U-S110-1-AC
U-S110-1-AC-W
U-S110-1-AC-C
U-S110-1-AC-W-C
Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.249
U-S17S-1
U-S17S-1-C
U-S17S-1-W
U-S17S-1-W-C
Sync Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.059
U-S110S-1
U-S110S-1-C
U-S110S-1-W
U-S110S-1-W-C
Sync Strobe Light
20-31 DC
0.249
U-MHST-1G
U-MHST-1G-W
Sync Electronic
Horn
20-31 DC
0.030
U-MHST
U-MHST-W
Sync Electronic
Horn
20-31 DC
0.030
U-MHST-MCS
U-MHST-MCS-W
Sync Electronic
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
20-31 DC
0.030
20-31 DC
U-MHST-S17S
U-MHST-S17S-W
U-MHST-S17S-C
U-MHST-S17S-W-C
Sync Electronic
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
20-31 DC
0.030
20-31 DC
0.059
U-MHST-S30S
U-MHST-S30S-W
U-MHST-S30S-C
U-MHST-S30S-W-C
Sync Electronic
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
20-31 DC
0.030
20-31 DC
0.088
U-MHST-S60S
U-MHST-S60S-W
U-MHST-S60S-C
U-MHST-S60S-W-C
Sync Electronic
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
20-31 DC
0.030
20-31 DC
0.154
U-MHST-S75S
U-MHST-S75S-W
U-MHST-S75S-C
U-MHST-S75S-W-C
Sync Electronic
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
20-31 DC
0.030
20-31 DC
0.17
U-MHST-S110S
U-MHST-S110S-W
U-MHST-S110S-C
U-MHST-S110S-W-C
Sync Electronic
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
20-31 DC
0.030
20-31 DC
0.249
U-MHU-1G
U-MHU-1G-W
Sync/Non Sync
Electronic Horn
20-31 DC
0.030
U-MHUU-MHU-W
Sync/Non Sync
Electronic Horn
20-31 DC
0.030
U-MHU-MCS
U-MHU-MCS-W
Sync/Non Sync
Elec Horn
w/Adapter
20-31 DC
0.030
16-33 DC
0.112-0.323
U-MMT-1G
U-MMT-1G-W
Electronic Signal8T
20-31 DC
0.024-0.050 (*4)
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AUDIBLE
VOLTAGE
(VOLTS)
AUDIBLE
CURRENT
(AMPS)
STROBE
VOLTAGE
(VOLTS)
STROBE
CURRENT
(AMPS)
U-MMT
U-MMT-W
U-MMT-AR
Electronic Signal8T
20-31 DC
0.024-0.050 (*4)
U-MMT-MCS
U-MMT-MCS-W
U-MMT-MCS-AR
Electronic Signal8T w/Adapter
20-31 DC
0.024-0.050 (*4)
16-33 DC
0.112-0.323
U-MMT-S17
U-MMT-S17-W
U-MMT-S17-C
U-MMT-S17-W-C
Electronic Signal8T w/Strobe
20-31 DC
0.024-0.050 (*4)
20-31 DC
0.059
U-MMT-S30
U-MMT-S30-W
U-MMT-S30-C
U-MMT-S30-W-C
Electronic Signal8T w/Strobe
20-31 DC
0.024-0.050 (*4)
20-31 DC
0.089
U-MMT-S60
U-MMT-S60-W
U-MMT-S60-C
U-MMT-S60-W-C
Electronic Signal8T w/Strobe
20-31 DC
0.024-0.050 (*4)
20-31 DC
0.155
U-MMT-S75
U-MMT-S75-W
U-MMT-S75-C
U-MMT-S75-W-C
Electronic Signal8T w/Strobe
20-31 DC
0.024-0.050 (*4)
20-31 DC
0.164
U-MMT-S110
U-MMT-S110-W
U-MMT-S110-C
U-MMT-S110-W-C
Electronic Signal8T w/Strobe
20-31 DC
0.024-0.050 (*4)
20-31 DC
0.249
U-MMT-S17S
U-MMT-S17S-W
U-MMT-S17S-C
U-MMT-S17S-W-C
Electronic Signal8T w/Sync Strobe
20-31 DC
0.024-0.050 (*4)
20-31 DC
0.059
U-MMT-S30S
U-MMT-S30S-W
U-MMT-S30S-C
U-MMT-S30S-W-C
Electronic Signal8T w/Sync Strobe
20-31 DC
0.024-0.050 (*4)
20-31 DC
0.088
U-MMT-S60S
U-MMT-S60S-W
U-MMT-S60S-C
U-MMT-S60S-W-C
Electronic Signal8T w/Sync Strobe
20-31 DC
0.024-0.050 (*4)
20-31 DC
0.154
U-MMT-S75S
U-MMT-S75S-W
U-MMT-S75S-C
U-MMT-S75S-W-C
Electronic Signal8T w/Sync Strobe
20-31 DC
0.024-0.050 (*4)
20-31 DC
0.17
U-MMT-S110S
U-MMT-S110S-W
U-MMT-S110S-C
U-MMT-S110S-W-C
Electronic Signal8T w/Sync Strobe
20-31 DC
0.024-0.050 (*4)
20-31 DC
0.249
MC-F
Electronic Horn-3T
21-32 DC
0.020-0.025 (*4)
MC-S
Electronic Horn-3T
21-32 DC
0.020-0.025 (*4)
Electronic Horn-3T
21-32 DC
0.020-0.025 (*4)
12-32 DC
0.020-0.050 (*4)
12-32 DC
0.020-0.050 (*4)
12-32 DC
0.020-0.050 (*4)
12-32 DC
0.020-0.050 (*4)
12-32 DC
0.020-0.050 (*4)
SIEMENS CATALOG #
MC-C
MT-F
MT-S
MT-C
MTL-F
MTL-S
Electronic Signal8T
Electronic Signal8T
Electronic Signal8T
Electronic Signal8T
Electronic Signal8T
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AUDIBLE
VOLTAGE
(VOLTS)
AUDIBLE
CURRENT
(AMPS)
STROBE
VOLTAGE
(VOLTS)
STROBE
CURRENT
(AMPS)
Electronic Signal8T
12-32 DC
0.020-0.050 (*4)
U-EC
Electronic Chime
21-30 DC
0.020
U-EC-MCS
U-EC-MCS-W
Electronic Chime
w/Adapter
21-30 DC
0.020
16-33 DC
0.112-0.323
U-EC-S17
U-EC-S17-W
Electronic Chime
w/Strobe
21-30 DC
0.020
20-31 DC
0.059
U-EC-S30
U-EC-S30-W
Electronic Chime
w/Strobe
21-30 DC
0.020
20-31 DC
0.089
U-EC-S60
U-EC-S60-W
Electronic Chime
w/Strobe
21-30 DC
0.020
20-31 DC
0.155
U-EC-S75
U-EC-S75-W
Electronic Chime
w/Strobe
21-30 DC
0.020
20-31 DC
0.164
U-EC-S110
U-EC-S110-W
Electronic Chime
w/Strobe
21-30 DC
0.020
20-31 DC
0.249
U-EC-S175
U-EC-S175-W
Electronic Chime
w/Sync Strobe
21-30 DC
0.020
20-31 DC
0.059
U-EC-S30S
U-EC-S30S-W
Electronic Chime
w/Sync Strobe
21-30 DC
0.020
20-31 DC
0.088
U-EC-S60S
U-EC-S60S-W
U-EC-S75S
U-EC-S75S-W
U-EC-S110S
U-EC-S110S-W
Electronic Chime
w/Sync Strobe
Electronic Chime
w/Sync Strobe
Electronic Chime
w/Sync Strobe
21-30 DC
0.020
20-31 DC
0.154
21-30 DC
0.020
20-31 DC
0.17
21-30 DC
0.020
20-31 DC
0.249
SIEMENS CATALOG #
MTL-C
U-EC-C
Electronic Chime
21-30 DC
0.020
U-EC-MCS-C
Electronic Chime
w/Adapter
21-30 DC
0.020
16-33 DC
0.112-0.323
U-EC-S17-C
Electronic Chime
w/Strobe
21-30 DC
0.020
20-31 DC
0.059
21-30 DC
0.020
20-31 DC
0.089
21-30 DC
0.020
20-31 DC
0.155
21-30 DC
0.020
20-31 DC
0.164
21-30 DC
0.020
20-31 DC
0.249
21-30 DC
0.020
20-31 DC
0.059
U-EC-S30-C
U-EC-S60-C
U-EC-S75-C
U-EC-S110-C
U-EC-S17S-C
Electronic Chime
w/Strobe
Electronic Chime
w/Strobe
Electronic Chime
w/Strobe
Electronic Chime
w/Strobe
Electronic Chime
w/Sync Strobe
U-EC-S30S-C
Electronic Chime
w/Sync Strobe
21-30 DC
0.020
20-31 DC
0.088
U-EC-S60S-C
Electronic Chime
w/Sync Strobe
21-30 DC
0.020
20-31 DC
0.154
U-EC-S75S-C
Electronic Chime
w/Sync Strobe
21-30 DC
0.020
20-31 DC
0.17
U-EC-S110S-C
Electronic Chime
w/Sync Strobe
21-30 DC
0.020
20-31 DC
0.249
SCM-F
Sync Control panel
20-31 DC
0.020
DSC
DSC-W
Horn
21-30 DC
0.035
HN-F
Horn
21-30 DC
0.038
HN-S
HN-C
U-HN-C
Horn
21-30 DC
0.038
Horn
21-30 DC
0.038
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VOLTAGE
(VOLTS)
STROBE
CURRENT
(AMPS)
0.038
16-33 DC
0.112-0.323
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.059
Horn w/Strobe
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.089
Horn w/Strobe
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.155
Horn w/Strobe
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.164
Horn w/Strobe
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.249
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.059
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.088
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.155
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.17
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.249
Horn w/Strobe-WP
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.059
U-HN-S110-1
U-HN-S110-1-W
U-HN-S110-1-C
U-HN-S110-1-W-C
Horn w/Strobe-WP
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.249
U-HN-S17S-1
U-HN-S17S-1-W
U-HN-S17S-1-C
U-HN-S17S-1-W-C
Horn w/Sync
Strobe-WP
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.059
U-HN-S110S-1
U-HN-S110S-1-W
U-HN-S110S-1-C
U-HN-S110S-1-W-C
Horn w/Sync
Strobe-WP
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.249
U-HN-MCS-C
Horn w/Adapter
21-30 DC
0.038
16-33 DC
0.112-0.323
U-HN-S17-C
Horn w/Strobe
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.059
U-HN-S30-C
Horn w/Strobe
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.089
U-HN-S60-C
Horn w/Strobe
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.155
U-HN-S75-C
Horn w/Strobe
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.164
U-HN-S110-C
Horn w/Strobe
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.249
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.059
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.088
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.155
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.17
21-30 DC
0.038
20-31 DC
0.249
SIEMENS CATALOG #
U-HN
U-HN-W
U-HN-MCS
U-HN-MCS-W
U-HN-S17
U-HN-S17-W
U-HN-S30
U-HN-S30-W
U-HN-S60
U-HN-S60-W
U-HN-S75
U-HN-S75-W
U-HN-S110
U-HN-S110-W
U-HN-S17S
U-HN-S17S-W
U-HN-S30S
U-HN-S30S-W
U-HN-S60S
U-HN-S60S-W
U-HN-S75S
U-HN-S75S-W
U-HN-S110S
U-HN-S110S-W
U-HN-S17-1
U-HN-S17-1-W
U-HN-S17-1-C
U-HN-S17-1-W-C
U-HN-S17S-C
U-HN-S30S-C
U-HN-260S-C
U-HN-S75S-C
U-HN-S110S-C
AUDIBLE
VOLTAGE
(VOLTS)
AUDIBLE
CURRENT
(AMPS)
Horn
21-30 DC
0.038
Horn w/Adapter
21-30 DC
Horn w/Strobe
DESCRIPTION
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
HNH-F
Horn
21-30 DC
0.065
HNH-S
Horn
21-30 DC
0.065
HNH-C
U-HNH-C
Horn
21-30 DC
0.065
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U-HNH
U-HNH-W
U-HNH-MCS
U-HNH-MCS-W
U-HNH-S17
U-HNH-S17-W
U-HNH-S30
U-HNH-S30-W
U-HNH-S60
U-HNH-S60-W
U-HNH-S75
U-HNH-S75-W
U-HNH-S110
U-HNH-S110-W
U-HNH-S17S
U-HNH-S17S-W
U-HNH-S30S
U-HNH-S30S-W
U-HNH-S60S
U-HNH-S60S-W
U-HNH-S75S
U-HNH-S75S-W
U-HNH-S110S
U-HNH-S110S-W
AUDIBLE
VOLTAGE
(VOLTS)
AUDIBLE
CURRENT
(AMPS)
STROBE
VOLTAGE
(VOLTS)
STROBE
CURRENT
(AMPS)
Horn
21-30 DC
0.065
Horn
21-30 DC
0.065
Horn w/Adapter
21-30 DC
0.065
16-33 DC
0.112-0.323
Horn w/Strobe
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.059
Horn w/Strobe
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.089
Horn w/Strobe
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.155
Horn w/Strobe
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.164
Horn w/Strobe
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.249
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.059
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.088
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.155
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.17
DESCRIPTION
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
U-HNH-S17-1
U-HNH-S17-1-W
U-HNH-S17-1-C
U-HNH-S17-1-W-C
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.249
U-HNH-S110-1
U-HNH-S110-1-W
U-HNH-S110-1-C
U-HNH-S110-1-W-C
Horn w/Strobe-WP
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.059
U-HNH-S17S-1
U-HNH-S17S-1-W
U-HNH-S17S-1-C
U-HNH-S17S-1-W-C
Horn w/Strobe-WP
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.249
U-HNH-S110S-1
U-HNH-S110S-1-W
U-HNH-S110S-1-C
U-HNH-S110S-1-W-C
Horn w/Sync
Strobe-WP
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.059
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.249
U-HNH-S17-C
Horn w/Sync
Strobe-WP
Horn w/Adapter
21-30 DC
0.065
16-33 DC
0.112-0.323
U-HNH-S30-C
Horn w/Strobe
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.059
U-HNH-S60-C
Horn w/Strobe
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.089
U-HNH-S75-C
Horn w/Strobe
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.155
U-HNH-S110-C
Horn w/Strobe
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
Horn w/Sync
Strobe
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.164
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.059
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.088
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.155
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.17
21-30 DC
0.065
20-31 DC
0.249
20-31 DC
0.025
U-HNH-MCS-C
U-HNH-S17S-C
U-HNH-S30S-C
U-HNH-S60S-C
U-HNH-S75S-C
U-HNH-S110S-C
MH-1G
MH-1GW
U-MH-1G
U-MH-1G-W
Mini-Horn
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VOLTAGE
(VOLTS)
AUDIBLE
CURRENT
(AMPS)
STROBE
VOLTAGE
(VOLTS)
STROBE
CURRENT
(AMPS)
Mini-Horn
20-31 DC
0.025
Mini-Horn
w/Adapter
20-31 DC
0.025
16-33 DC
0.112-0.323
Mini-Horn w/Strobe
20-31 DC
0.025
20-31 DC
0.059
U-MH-S30
U-MH-S30-W
U-MH-S30-C
U-MH-S30-W-C
Mini-Horn w/Strobe
20-31 DC
0.025
20-31 DC
0.089
U-MH-S60
U-MH-S60-W
U-MH-S60-C
U-MH-S60-W-C
Mini-Horn w/Strobe
20-31 DC
0.025
20-31 DC
0.155
U-MH-S75
U-MH-S75-W
U-MH-S75-C
U-MH-S75-W-C
Mini-Horn w/Strobe
20-31 DC
0.025
20-31 DC
0.164
U-MH-S110
U-MH-S110-W
U-MH-S110-C
U-MH-S110-W-C
Mini-Horn w/Strobe
20-31 DC
0.025
20-31 DC
0.249
U-MH-S17S
U-MH-S17S-W
U-MH-S17S-C
U-MH-S17S-W-C
Mini-Horn w/Sync
Strobe
20-31 DC
0.025
20-31 DC
0.059
Mini-Horn w/Sync
Strobe
20-31 DC
0.025
20-31 DC
0.088
Mini-Horn w/Sync
Strobe
20-31 DC
0.025
20-31 DC
0.154
Mini-Horn w/Sync
Strobe
20-31 DC
0.025
20-31 DC
0.17
Mini-Horn w/Sync
Strobe
20-31 DC
0.025
20-31 DC
0.249
Mini-Horn-S/T
20-31 DC
0.025
Mini-Horn-S/T
20-31 DC
0.025
Mini-Horn-S/T
w/Adapter
20-31 DC
0.025
16-33 DC
0.112-0.323
Mini-Horn-S/T
w/Strobe
20-31 DC
0.025
20-31 DC
0.059
SIEMENS CATALOG #
MH-U
MH-UW
U-MH
U-MH-W
U-MH-MCS
U-MH-MCS-W
U-MH-S17
U-MH-S17-W
U-MH-S17-C
U-MH-S17-W-C
U-MH-S30S
U-MH-S30S-W
U-MH-S30S-C
U-MH-S30S-W-C
U-MH-S60S
U-MH-S60S-W
U-MH-S60S-C
U-MH-S60S-W-C
U-MH-S75S
U-MH-S75S-W
U-MH-S75S-C
U-MH-S75S-W-C
U-MH-S110S
U-MH-S110S-W
U-MH-S110S-C
U-MH-S110S-W-C
MHT-1G
MHT-1GW
U-MHT-1G
U-MHT-1GW
MHT-U
MHT-UW
U-MHT
U-MHT-W
U-MHT-MCS
U-MHT-MCS-W
U-MHT-S17
U-MHT-S17-W
U-MHT-S17-C
U-MHT-S17-W-C
DESCRIPTION
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DESCRIPTION
AUDIBLE
VOLTAGE
(VOLTS)
AUDIBLE
CURRENT
(AMPS)
STROBE
VOLTAGE
(VOLTS)
STROBE
CURRENT
(AMPS)
U-MHT-S30
U-MHT-S30-W
U-MHT-S30-C
U-MHT-S30-W-C
Mini-Horn-S/T
w/Strobe
20-31 DC
0.025
20-31 DC
0.089
U-MHT-S60
U-MHT-S60-W
U-MHT-S60-C
U-MHT-S60-W-C
Mini-Horn-S/T
w/Strobe
20-31 DC
0.025
20-31 DC
0.155
U-MHT-S75
U-MHT-S75-W
U-MHT-S75-C
U-MHT-S75-W-C
Mini-Horn w/Strobe
20-31 DC
0.025
20-31 DC
0.164
U-MHT-S100
U-MHT-S100-W
U-MHT-S100-C
U-MHT-S100-W-C
Mini-Horn-S/T
w/Strobe
20-31 DC
0.025
20-31 DC
0.249
Mini-Horn-S/T
w/Sync Strobe
20-31 DC
0.025
20-31 DC
0.059
Mini-Horn-S/T
w/Sync Strobe
20-31 DC
0.025
20-31 DC
0.088
Mini-Horn-S/T
w/Sync Strobe
20-31 DC
0.025
20-31 DC
0.154
Mini-Horn-S/T
w/Sync Strobe
20-31 DC
0.025
20-31 DC
0.17
Mini-Horn-S/T
w/Sync Strobe
20-31 DC
0.025
20-31 DC
0.249
20-31 DC
0.030
20-31 DC
0.030
20-31 DC
0.024-0.050 (*4)
20-31 DC
0.024-0.050 (*4)
U-MHT-S17S
U-MHT-S17S-W
U-MHT-S17S-C
U-MHT-S17S-W-C
U-MHT-S30S
U-MHT-S30S-W
U-MHT-S30S-C
U-MHT-S30S-W-C
U-MHT-S60S
U-MHT-S60S-W
U-MHT-S60S-C
U-MHT-S60S-W-C
U-MHT-S75S
U-MHT-S75S-W
U-MHT-S75S-C
U-MHT-S75S-W-C
U-MHT-S110S
U-MHT-S110S-W
U-MHT-S110S-C
U-MHT-S110S-W-C
MHST-1G
MHST-1GW
MHST-U
MHST-UW
MMT-1G
MMT-1GW
MMT-U
MMT-UW
Sync Electronic
Horn
Sync Electronic
Horn
Electronic Signal8T
Electronic Signal8T
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DEFINITIONS FOR EVENT HISTORY ENTRIES
A. General
ENTRY
ALARM
ALRM
AVCntr
Blank
CrossZone
CZ1A
CZ1B
CZ2A
CZ2B
DETECTOR
HEAT
ION
LCDxx
MAIN
MANL PULL
Mntc
PAS
PAS INHBT
PHOTO
PRE SIGNL
PreA
SUPERVSRY
SUPR
TRBL
TROUBLE
USERx
WATERFLOW
INDICATES
General alarm
Alarm
Alarm Verify counter
Plain alarm
cross zone point
Cross zone
Cross zone
Cross zone
Cross zone
General alarm
Thermal detector
Ion detector
LCD Annunciator xx
Main panel
Manual pull station
Detector maintenance alert
Positive alarm sequence
PAS inhibit switch
PE detector
pre-signal
Pre-alarm
Supervisory
Supervisory
Trouble
Trouble
User-defined input x
Waterflow
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B. System Troubles
ENTRY
AC Trouble
AddrLp 1 DBLSHT
AddrLp 1 OPEN
AddrLp 1 SHORT
BATT Trouble
CITY Trouble
DACT Acct Trb
DACT Com Trouble
DACT PL x Trouble
FLASH FATAL Trb
GRND FAULT Trbl
LCDxx NoRespons
LCDxx Not Pgmd
LCDxx Trouble
MNLP Bad Msg
MNLP Fifo Xmit
MNLP NoRespons
NACxx Trouble
PC Pgmr Trb
QuickTest Abort
Trb Reminder
INDICATES
AC input low or off
Double short trouble on addressable loop 1
Open circuit trouble on addressable loop 1
Short circuit trouble on addressable loop 1
Battery input low or off
Local Energy circuit open
DACT account reporting trouble
DACT communication trouble with main processor
Open or short on DACT phone line x
Configuration Flash memory trouble
Ground Fault trouble
LCD Annunciator xx programmed but is not responding
LCD Annunciator xx is not programmed but is responding
LCD Annunciator xx reports trouble
Main processor to loop processor communication trouble
Main processor to loop processor communication trouble
Main processor to loop processor communication trouble
NAC xx wiring is open or shorted
Control panel is not receiving communication from PC
Quick Test Timer expired causing abnormal exit of Quick
Test
Trouble Reminder timer expired
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C. System Events
ENTRY
Alarm Silenced
All AV Ctrs Clr
AutoProgram Run
Backup Cnfg Check
Backup Cnfg Edit
CMlaa ActvnCnfd
ConfigsCompared
ConfigsSwapped
EventHist Clear
Mnt Levl Enter
Mnt Levl Exit
Mnt Levl PW
Changed
NACxx Active
Confirm
Panel Reset
Power Up
PriConfigCopied
QuickTest Exit
QuickTest Start
System Date
Changed
System Time
Changed
Tech Levl Enter
Tech Levl Exit
Tech Levl PW
Changed
User Levl Enter
User Levl Exit
INDICATES/NOTES
MAIN, LCDxx shown on bottom line
All AV counters cleared
Auto programming function run
Backup configuration validated, result on bottom line
Backup configuration edited
Non-relay CM activation confirmed by trouble input on
Backup and primary configurations compared, result on
bottom line
Backup and Primary configurations swapped
Event History cleared
Entered Maintenance level
Exited Maintenance level
Changed Maintenance level password
NAC activation confirmed
MAIN, LCDxx shown on bottom line
Primary configuration copied to backup
Exited Quick Test, MAIN or LCDxx shown on bottom line
Started Quick Test, MAIN or LCDxx shown on bottom line
Changed system date, old and new dates shown on lines
3 and 4
Changed system time, old and new times shown on lines 3
and 4
Entered Tech level
Exited Tech level
Changed Tech level password
Entered User level
Exited User level
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APPENDIX-D: MODULE INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS LIST
This Appendix provides a list of installation instructions for the following optional modules
and accessories:
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CAB-BATT
FS-MT
FS-DACT
Battery Box
Municipal Tie Board
Serial Digital Communicator
315-033917
315-699462
315-699464
FS-NPE
FS-RD2
FS-RU2
FS-RE8
FS-SAU2
FS-SAE16
FS-CT2
PAD-3
Optional Transformer Assembly
Remote LCD Annunciator
Serial Relay Unit
Serial Relay Extender
Serial Annunciator Unit
Serial Annunciator Extender
Laptop Configuration Tool
Distributed Power Module NAC Expander
315-049120
315-049103
315-049308
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APPENDIX-E: GLOSSARY
Alarm Signal. A signal indicating an emergency requiring immediate action, such as an
alarm for fire from a manual station, a waterflow alarm, or an automatic smoke detector.
Alarm Silence Inhibit. An option that prevents a human operator from silencing the
notification appliances for a preset period of time.
Alarm System. A combination of compatible initiating devices, control panels, and
notification appliances designed and installed to produce an alarm signal in the event of a
fire.
Alarm Verification. A preset option that causes the control panel to verify alarms
originated by smoke detectors before indicating an alarm.
Annunciator. A remotely located, electrically powered display, separate from the control
panel, containing LEDs or lamps to indicate the states of the fire alarm system.
Audible Signal. An audible signal is a sound made by one or more audible notification
appliances, such as bells or horns, in response to the operation of an initiating device.
Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). The organization, office, or individual responsible
for approving equipment, installation or procedure.
Auto-Silence. The capability of a control to automatically silence the notification appliances
after a preset period of time.
Auxiliary Relays. Control relays that energize only during alarm conditions that are used to
either apply power to or remove power from other equipment during an alarm condition.
Class A Circuit. An initiating device or notification appliance circuit within which all
components remain fully functional, even though a single open or ground exists in the circuit.
Class B Circuit. An initiating device or notification appliance circuit within which some or
all components may be disabled with a single open or ground exists in the circuit.
Detector - Smoke, Ionization Type. A detector employing the principle of smoke's effect
on an electrical current flowing in an ionized air chamber.
Detector - Smoke, Photoelectric Type. A detector employing the photoelectric principle of
reflection or obstruction of light by smoke.
End Of Line (EOL). A device used to terminate a supervised circuit.
General Alarm. A term usually applied to the simultaneous operation of all the notification
appliances on a system.
Ground Fault. A trouble condition in which a low resistance has been detected between
the system wiring and conduit ground.
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Initiating Device. A manually or automatically operated device such as a manual pull
station, smoke detector, heat detector, waterflow switch or tamper switch.
Initiating Device Circuit (IDC). A circuit to which initiating devices are connected.
Labeled. Equipment or materials to which have been attached a label, symbol, or other
identifying mark of an organization acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction and
concerned with product evaluation, that maintains periodic inspection of the production of
such labeled equipment or materials. And by whose labeling the manufacturer indicates
compliance with appropriate standards or performance in a specified manner.
Listed. Equipment or materials included in a list published by an organization acceptable to
the authority having jurisdiction and concerned with product evaluation, that maintains
periodic inspection of production of listed equipment or materials. And whose listing states
either that the equipment or material meets appropriate standards or has been tested and
found suitable for use in a specified manner.
NEC. National Electrical Code also published as NFPA standard 70.
Notification Appliance. An electrically operated appliance used to indicate the system
status such as a bell, horn, strobe light or speaker.
Notification Appliance Circuit (NAC). A circuit to which notification appliances are connected.
Power Supply. That portion of the fire alarm control panel, which provides the power
needed to operate all control panel modules, as well as that, needed to operate all
electrically powered initiating devices and all notification appliances.
Quick Test. A term pertaining to the test mode of the system, that automatically resets
after a service technician tests initiating devices.
Supervisory Alarm. A signal indicating the operation of a supervisory device.
Supervisory Device. A device that monitors the condition of a sprinkler system such as a
gate-valve switch, water-level switch, low pressure switch, low temperature switch or fire
pump monitor.
Trouble Signal. An audible signal indicating trouble of any nature, such as a circuit break
or ground, occurring in the device or wiring associated with a fire alarm signal.
Waterflow Switch. An assembly approved for service and so constructed and installed that
any flow of water from a sprinkler system equal to or greater than that from a single
automatic sprinkler head will result in activation of this switch and subsequent indication of
an alarm condition.
Zone. A designated area of a building. Commonly, zone, is interchanged with initiating
device circuit.
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