Silent Knight IDPmonitor10_isheet

Silent Knight IDPmonitor10_isheet
sory supply and ground. Otherwise, each monitor operates independently from the others. Each module has its
own unique address.
A pair of rotary code switches is used to set the address
of the first module from 01 to 90. The remaining modules
are automatically assigned to the next nine higher addresses. Provisions are included for disabling a maximum
of two unused modules to release the addresses to be
used elsewhere. Each module also has panel controlled
green LED indicators. The panel can cause the LEDs to
blink, latch on, or latch off.
INSTALLATION AND
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
IDP-Monitor-10
Ten Input Monitor Module
Shipped on Board:
(1) Shunt in Class A/B position
(Shipped in Class B position, remove shunt for Class A)
SPECIFICATIONS
Included:
(6) 1 x 4 Terminal Blocks
Normal Operating Voltage:15-32 VDC
Stand-By Current:
3.5 mA
Alarm Current:
55 mA (assumes all ten LEDs solid on)
Temperature Range:
Humidity:
Dimensions:
32°F to 120°F (0°C to 49°C)
10 to 93% Non-condensing
6.8˝ H x 5.8˝ W x 1.25˝ D
Accessories:
IDP-ACB Cabinet and Chassis
Wire Gauge:
12-18 AWG
(4) Machine Screws
(3) Shunts
(10) 47k Ohm
End of Line Resistors
(2) Nuts
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COMPATIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
Maximum SLC
Wiring Resistance:
(2) 11/4˝ (32mm) Stand offs
40 Ohms
To ensure proper operation, this module shall be connected to a compatible Silent Knight system control panel.
Wiring Resistance:
1500 Ohms
Maximum IDC Voltage:
10.2 VDC
COMPONENTS
Maximum IDC Current:
240 µA (each circuit)
Maximum IDC
The following is a description of the IDP-Monitor-10
mounting framework:
BEFORE INSTALLING
• One or two IDP-Monitor-10 modules can be installed in a IDP-ACB cabinet.
If the modules will be installed in an existing operational
system, inform the operator and local authority that the
system will be temporarily out of service. Disconnect the
power to the control panel before installing the modules.
This system contains static sensitive components. Always
ground yourself with a proper wrist strap before handling
any circuits so that static charges are removed from the
body. The housing cabinet should be metallic and suitably grounded.
The IDP-ACB cabinet has a built-in chassis that will accommodate one or two IDP-Monitor-10 modules.
6789
5
4
3
2
10
BASE ADDRESS
67 8 9
5
4
3
2
1
0
BASE ADDRESS
ADDRESS
DISABLE
NONE
ONE
TWO
THREE
6789
67 8 9
5
10
5
11 4
4
12 3
3
13 2
2
1 0 1514
10
ADDRESS
DISABLE
NONE
ONE
TWO
THREE
NOTICE: This manual should be left with the owner/
user of this equipment.
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GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The IDP-Monitor-10 Ten Input Monitor Module is intended for use in an intelligent alarm system. Each monitor module is intended to interface between a control
panel and normally open contact devices, such as pull
stations. A common SLC input is used for all modules,
and the initiating device loops share a common superviK200-14-00
Figure 1: IDP-ACB Cabinet
The front IDP-Monitor-10 module positions of each chassis
are offset below the rear IDP-Monitor-10 module positions
so that all of the status indicators are visible. For cabinet
dimensions refer to the IDP-ACB instruction manual.
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INSTALLATION STEPS
1. Cabinet Mounting
In a clean, dry area, mount the backbox using the
four holes provided in the back surface of the cabinet
(Figure 2).
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Backbox
Mounting
Holes
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Figure 4a: Installation of IDP-Monitor-10 module in a rear chassis position, method two
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Step 1:
Step 2:
Step 3:
Figure 2: Typical mounting hole locations
2. Module Installation
There are two methods for installing a module in the
rear position of a chassis. Method one is for installation of a rear module only, when no module will be installed in front of it. Refer to Figure 3 for instructions.
Method two is for installation of a rear module when
another module will be installed in the chassis position
in front of it. Refer to Figures 4a and 4b for method
two. All necessary screws and standoffs are supplied
with the modules.
Insert the bottom edge of the IDP-Monitor-10 module down into a rear slot of the chassis.
Carefully swing the upper edge of the board towards the back of the chassis until it touches the short standoff attached to the chassis.
Align the long standoff with the short stand off and tighten.
3
2
1
2
3
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Figure 4b: Installation of IDP-Monitor-10 module in front chassis position
Step 1:
Step 2:
Step 3:
Step 4:
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Figure 3: Installation of rear module only, method one
Step 1: Insert the bottom of the IDP-Monitor-10 module down into a rear slot on the chassis.
Step 2: Carefully swing the upper edge of the board back towards the back of the chassis until it touches the two standoffs.
Step 3: Align two 4-40 screws with the two standoffs and tighten.
Step 4: Address and wire the modules according to the instructions in this manual.
The steps in Figures 4a and 4b describe and illustrate module installation when the rear chassis position and the position in front of it will be filled. Front position installation
is possible only if the rear position is filled with a module.
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Insert the bottom edge of the IDP-Monitor-10 module down into a front slot of the chassis.
Carefully swing the upper edge of the board
towards the back of the chassis until it touches the 11⁄4˝ (31.75mm) standoffs installed on the rear module.
Align two 4-40 screws with the two standoffs and tighten.
Address and wire the modules according to the
instructions in this manual.
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WIRING
4. A shunt is provided to disable a maximum of two unused modules in Class B operation and one unused
module in Class A operation. Modules are disabled
from the highest address and work downward. If two
modules are disabled, the lowest eight addresses will
be functional, while the highest two will be disabled.
For example, in Class B operation, if the shunt for
Address Disable is placed on “two” and the base switch
is set to 28, the modules will be assigned to 28, 29, 30,
31, 32, 33, 34 and 35 while disabling the highest two
positions.
5. A communications loss feature is available on some
panels. Upon a communication loss, due to a microprocessor failure at the control unit, the IDP-Monitor10 will send a signal to the control unit to activate the
notification device circuits upon initiating of an alarm
on the IDP-Monitor-10. A single shunt is used to enable (shunt on) or disable (shunt off) this feature for all
modules on the board.
NOTE: Place unused shunts on single pin to store on
board for future use.
NOTE: All wiring must conform to applicable local
codes, ordinances, and regulations.
1. Install module wiring in accordance with the job drawings and appropriate wiring diagrams.
2. All wiring to the IDP-Monitor-10 is done via terminal
blocks. In order to properly make electrical connections strip approximately 1⁄4˝ of insulation from the
end of wire, sliding the bare end of the wire under the
clamping plate screw.
3. Set the address on the modules per the job drawing. Use
the rotary code switches to set the address of the first
module (between 01 and 90).
In Class B operation, the remaining modules are automati
cally assigned to the next nine higher addresses. For
example, if the base address switch is set to 28, the next
nine modules will be addressed to 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34,
35, 36, and 37.
The module is shipped in Class B position, remove
shunt for Class A. When operating in Class A, alternate
modules are paired together (+0/+1, +2/+3, +4/+5, +6/+7,
+8/+9), resulting in a total of five modules. For example,
if the base address switch is set to 28, then 30, 32, 34
and 36 will be automatically assigned to the modules
while 29, 31, 33, 35 and 37 are available to be used for
other modules on the SLC. For Class A and B operation,
DO NOT set the lowest address above 90, as the other
modules will be assigned to nonexistent addresses.
WIRING NOTES
• Power-limited circuits must employ type FPL, FPLR, or FPLP cable as required by Article 760 of the NEC.
PROGRAMMING
The modules are programmed as devices in each system
according to the programming instructions in the appropriate FACP manual.
NOTE: The IDP-Monitor-10 must have power cycled for
shunt changes to take effect.
FCC Statement
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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+
+9
ADDRESS
+ —
+
+7
+ —
+6
IDC
—
+
+5
+ —
+4
+ —
+
+3
ADDRESS
+2
IDC
—
ADDRESS
A/B SLCT
COM LOSS
DISABLE 1
DISABLE 2
—
POWER LIMITED
AND SUPERVISED
+ —
+
+1
ADDRESS
+0
IDC
—
CLASS B IDC (TYPICAL)
6789
5
4
3
2
10
IDC
47K
EOL
RESISTOR
ELR-47K
ADDRESS
—
+8
BASE ADDRESS
6789
5
4
3
2
10
IDC
CONNECT MODULES TO
LISTED COMPATIBLE
SILENT KNIGHT CONTROL
PANELS ONLY
+
STATUS
INDICATORS
SLC
+ —
TO NEXT
DEVICE
+
–
+
–
—
FROM PANEL OR
PREVIOUS DEVICE
SIGNAL LINE CIRCUIT (SLC) 32 VDC MAX.
SEE PANEL INSTRUCTION MANUAL
FOR WIRE REQUIREMENTS.
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NOTE: Any number of UL listed contact closure devices
may be used. DO NOT mix fire alarm initiating and
supervisory devices on the same initiating device circuit.
Install contact closure devices per manufacturer’s
installation instructions.
+
+9
ADDRESS
+ —
5
4
3
2
10
+
+7
+ —
+6
+
+3
ADDRESS
+2
IDC
—
IDC
—
+
+5
+ —
IDC 5
A/B SLCT
COM LOSS
DISABLE 1
DISABLE 2
—
POWER LIMITED
AND SUPERVISED
+ —
+
+1
ADDRESS
+0
IDC
—
CLASS A IDC (TYPICAL)
ADDRESS
+ —
IDC 4
+4
IDC 3
6789
5
4
3
2
10
IDC
IDC 2
ADDRESS
—
+8
BASE ADDRESS
6789
IDC
CONNECT MODULES TO
LISTED COMPATIBLE
SILENT KNIGHT CONTROL
PANELS ONLY
Figure 5: Typical Initiating Device Circuit
Configuration – Class B, Style B.
+
STATUS
INDICATORS
SLC
+ —
TO NEXT
DEVICE
+
–
+
–
C0811-01
—
FROM PANEL OR
PREVIOUS DEVICE
SIGNAL LINE CIRCUIT (SLC) 32 VDC MAX.
SEE PANEL INSTRUCTION MANUAL
FOR WIRE REQUIREMENTS.
REMOVE SHUNT FOR CLASS A.
Figure 6: Typical Fault Tolerant Initiating Device
Circuit Configuration – Class A, Style D
NOTE: Any number of UL listed contact closure devices
may be used. DO NOT mix fire alarm initiating and
supervisory devices on the same initiating device circuit.
Install contact closure devices per manufacturer’s
installation instructions.
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7550 Meridian Circle
Maple Grove, MN 55369-4927
763-493-6455; 800-328-0103
Fax: 763-493-6475
http://www.silentknight.com
© 2006 Silent Knight
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