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POWERPATH
PS-8
PS-8E
PS-6
PS-6E
(105531)
(100263)
(105530)
(100262)
NAC EXTENDER
POWER SUPPLIES
Installation Instructions
273 Branchport Avenue, Long Branch, NJ 07740-6899 Ph: (800) 631-2148 Fax: (732) 222-8707
Web Site: www.coopernotification.com e-mail: info@coopernotification.com
Copyright 2010 Cooper Wheelock Inc., dba Cooper Notification. All rights reserved.
Part Number: P84905-001G
Assembly Number: A84904-001A
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Use this product according to this instruction manual.
Please keep this instruction manual for future reference.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
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INTRODUCTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
INTRODUCTION
SPECIFICATIONS
TERMINOLOGY
3
3
4
5
2.0
2.1
2.2
2.3
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
UNPACKING
MOUNTING
WIRING
6
6
6
8
3.0 – SETTING THE DIP SWITCHES
3.1 – CONTROL PC BOARD
14
14
4.0 – APPLYING POWER TO THE POWER SUPPLY PANEL
16
5.0 - TROUBLESHOOTING
17
6.0 – OPERATION EXAMPLES
22
7.0 - BATTERY CALCULATION SHEETS
7.1 - PS-8 CALCULATION SHEET
7.2 - PS-6 CALCULATION SHEET
31
31
32
8.0 - LIST OF COMPATIBLE AUXILIARY DEVICES
33
9.0 - WARRANTY STATEMENT
34
10.0 APPENDIX A – LIST OF COMPATIBLE NAC DEVICES
35
LIST OF FIGURES
FIGURE 1:
FIGURE 2:
FIGURE 3:
FIGURE 4:
FIGURE 5:
FIGURE 6:
FIGURE 7:
FIGURE 8:
FIGURE 9:
FIGURE 10:
FIGURE 11:
FIGURE 12:
PS-8 Enclosure Layout
PS-6 Enclosure Layout
PS-8 Mounting Dimensions
PS-6 Mounting Dimensions
AC and DC Input Wiring Paths
Power Supply/Battery Charger PC Board
NAC Extender Wiring
Control PC Board
Control PC Board DIP Switches
AC Power Terminals on the Power Supply PC Board
Batteries Connected in Series
Power Supply/Battery Charger PC Board Trouble LED
Locations
FIGURE 13: Control PC Board Trouble LED Locations
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
14
16
16
18
19
LIST OF TABLES
TABLE 1:
TABLE 2:
TABLE 3:
TABLE 4:
TABLE 5:
TABLE 6:
TABLE 7:
Power Supply/Battery Charger PC Board Terminal Identification
Control PC Board Terminal Identification
Control PC Board DIP Switch Settings
Power Supply/Battery Charger PC Board LED Trouble
Indicators
Control PC Board LED Trouble Indicators
Control PC Board Trouble Priority Identification
Control PC Board Coded Trouble Identification
10
12
14
18
19
20
20
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NOTE: All CAUTIONS and WARNINGS are identified by the symbol .
letters.
All WARNINGS are printed in bold capital
READ THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAREFULLY. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH ANY OF
THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS, CAUTIONS, AND WARNINGS COULD RESULT IN
IMPROPER APPLICATION AND/OR OPERATION OF THESE PRODUCTS IN AN
EMERGENCY SITUATION, WHICH COULD RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE AND SERIOUS
INJURY OR DEATH TO YOU AND/OR OTHERS.
1.0 INTRODUCTION AND SPECIFICATIONS:
1.1 INTRODUCTION
The POWERPATH NAC Extender Power Supply is available in two models: the PS-8 and the PS-6. The PS-8
differs from the PS-6 in the NAC output current and in the enclosure size and the PS-8 enclosure can mount up
to two addressable control modules. All other features, indicators and capacities are the same.
The PS-8 is an 8 Amp, 24VDC, filtered and regulated, supervised remote power supply/charger used for
supervision and expanded power driving capability for Fire Alarm Notification Appliance Circuits (NACs). NAC
output options include up to four (4) Class “B”, two (2) Class “A”, or two (2) Class “B” and one (1) Class “A”
Notification Appliance Circuits. Additionally, an auxiliary power output can provide constant power of up to 0.24
Amps for 24 hours and up to 0.02 Amps for 60 hours, or managed power up to 2.5 Amps in a non-alarm
condition and when AC power is applied to the panel. The PS-8 also contains a battery charger capable of
charging up to 33 Amp/Hour (Ahr) of battery backup. The PS-8’s NAC outputs can also be used as UL-1481
Compliant power supply outputs. When configured this way, the maximum continuous current rating is 3 Amps
per power supply output and 4 Amps maximum total current for all continuous duty power supply outputs.
Primary applications include NAC expansion (supports ADA requirements) and auxiliary power to support
system accessories. The PS-8 may be connected to any 12VDC or 24VDC Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP) by
using Notification Appliance Circuits (NAC) or a “Dry Contact(s)”.
The PS-6 is a 6 Amp, 24VDC, filtered and regulated, supervised remote power supply/charger used for
supervision and expanded power driving capability for Fire Alarm Notification Appliance Circuits (NACs). NAC
Output options include up to four (4) Class “B”, two (2) Class “A”, or two (2) Class “B” and one (1) Class “A”
Notification Appliance Circuits. Additionally, an auxiliary power output can provide constant power of up to
0.075 Amps for 24 hours, or managed power up to 2.5 Amps in a non-alarm condition and when AC power is
applied to the panel. The PS-6 also contains a battery charger capable of charging up to 33 Amp/Hour (Ahr) of
battery backup. The PS-6’s NAC outputs can also be used as a UL-1481 Compliant power supply outputs.
When configured this way, the maximum continuous current rating is 3 Amps per power supply output and 4
Amps maximum total current for all continuous duty power supply outputs. Primary applications include NAC
expansion (supports ADA requirements) and auxiliary power to support system accessories. The PS-6 may be
connected to any 12VDC or 24VDC Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP) by using Notification Appliance Circuits
(NAC) or a “Dry Contact(s)”.
Each NAC Extender Power Supply allows two FACP NAC circuits or two “Dry” contact closures to activate it
when connected to the inputs. These inputs can then be directed to control supervision and power delivery to
any combination of the four (4) outputs.
Each NAC output is rated at 3.0 Amps (Class "B") or 3.0 Amps (Class "A") and can be programmed to
generate a steady or Code 3 Temporal Horn sound, and a strobe output under alarm condition. Total
load for the PS-8 NAC circuits shall not exceed 8.0 Amps. Total load for the PS-6 NAC circuits shall not
exceed 6.0 Amps.
Each NAC Extender Power Supply, under non-alarm condition provides independent loop supervision for Class
“A” and Class “B” FACP NAC circuits. In the event of a loop trouble, the FACP will be notified via the panel
steered input (IN1 or IN2). In addition there are common trouble output terminals (used to indicate a loop
trouble) and common trouble input terminals (used generically by any initiating circuit).
Wheelock horns/strobes, strobes and horns with synchronizing capability can be utilized with both the PS-8 and
the PS-6. Audibles can be silenced with only two wires outputs. Additionally, the POWERPATH can provide a
temporal coded signal for appliances that can utilize it.
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1.2 SPECIFICATIONS
Approvals:
 UL Listed 1481 Standard for Power Supplies for Fire-Protective Signaling Systems.
 Pending: California State Fire Marshall (CSFM)
 Pending: Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) Chicago
 NFPA 72 compliant
 Environmental: Approved for indoor dry locations.
 FM Approved to ANSI / UL-864 9th Edition Emergency / Alarm Communication Systems.
 Pending: MEA – NYC Dept. of Buildings.
Inputs:
 240VAC, 50/60Hz, 3.22 Amps (PS-8E), 2.42 Amps (PS-6E) Operating Power in Alarm.
 120VAC, 50/60Hz, 5.32 Amps (PS-8), 4.25 Amps (PS-6) Operating Power in Alarm.
 24VDC Sealed Lead Acid Battery Backup Connection.
 Two (2), 12VDC or 24VDC NAC Initiating Circuits (8-33VDC at 5mA).
 Two (2) “Dry” Contact initiating Circuits.
 Accepts two Class “A” or two Class “B” circuit inputs.
 Built in battery charger for sealed lead acid or gel type batteries. Maximum charging current: 0.75 Amps.
Outputs:
 24VDC power limited synchronized outputs. Up to 50 NAC devices per output, maximum line impedance
1.46 Ohms per NAC.
 8 Amp in alarm supply current for the PS-8 (6 Amp in alarm supply current for the PS-6).
 Capable of four (4), Class "B" regulated outputs (Maximum of 3 Amps on an output.)
 Capable of two (2) Class “A” regulated outputs (Maximum of 3 Amps on an output.)
 Capable of one (1) Class “A” regulated outputs and two (2) Class “B” regulated outputs (Maximum of 3 Amps
on an output.)
 Temporal (Code 3) or constant voltage output generation.
 Built-in Wheelock synchronization mode that can be fed to any or all of the output circuits.
 Input and output can be synchronized with “IN FOLLOWER” mode.
 Continuous duty NON-RESETTABLE output configuration 4 Amps of maximum continuous duty current.
(Maximum of 3 Amps on an output for specific applications.) Continuous power outputs are not battery
backed up.
 Audible silence capability.
 Filtered and electronically regulated output.
 PS-8 - 0.02 Amp continuous auxiliary power for 60 hours, which is power limited and battery backed up.
 PS-8 - 0.240 Amp continuous auxiliary power for 24 hours, which is power limited battery backed up.
 PS-6 - 0.075 Amp continuous auxiliary power for 24 hours, which is power limited battery backed up.
 2.5 Amps managed auxiliary power that turns off during alarm or battery backup, and automatically restores.
 Multiple POWERPATHs can be synchronized through the SBUS terminals, see Chapter 6.0 on sheet 22 for
example drawings.
Supervision:
 Compatible with 12VDC or 24VDC FACP.
 Signaling appliance loops are supervised and steered to either IN1 or IN2.
 10K Ohm, 1 Watt (Wheelock Model #PSEOL) End of Line Resistor (EOLR) for supervision of all outputs.
 Common input and output trouble circuits.
 Automatic switchover to standby battery when AC fails.
 Short circuit protection with auto reset.
 Input and output status LED indicators.
 AC fail supervision (Form “C” contact, 1 Amp 24VDC).
 Battery presence and low battery supervision (Form “C” contact, 1 Amp 24VDC).
 Ground Fault Detection, with the ability to detect ground faults on individual circuits.
Minimum Impedance = 0 Ohms.
Parameter
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Humidity, Non-condensing
Description
0 to 49 °C (32 to 120 °F)
-20 to 70 °C (-4 to 158 °F)
85 ± 5% at 30 ± 2 °C (86 ± 4 °F)
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1.3 TERMINOLOGY
CLASS “A” = STYLE Z
CLASS “B” = STYLE Y
FACP = Fire Alarm Control Panel
EOLR = End of Line Resistor
NAC = Notification Appliance Circuit
SM = Wheelock Sync Module with single output
DSM = Wheelock Dual Sync Module with two outputs
C = Common
NC = Normally Closed
NO = Normally Open
Ahrs = Ampere/Hours
Enclosures
Figure 1 shows the location of the PC boards and knockouts on the PS-8 panel.
TB2
1/2” and 3/4" Knockouts (14)
Power Supply/Battery
Charger PC Board
TB3
D24
D36 D35 D34
D21
TB1
J2
IN1 FOLLOWER
D37
IN2 FOLLOWER
SBUS IN1/IN2
TROUBLE LATCH
SW2
NAC1 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC/TEMPORAL
D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3
D9
SW5
NAC3 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC4 SYNC/TEMPORAL
SW1
NAC1 IN1/IN2
NAC2 IN1/IN2
NAC3 IN1/IN2
NAC4 IN1/IN2
SW4
SBUS MASTER/REMOTE
SBUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
SYNC PROTOCOL
D2
SYNC PROTOCOL
SW3
NAC1-NAC2 CLASS B/A
NAC3-NAC4 CLASS B/A
AUX POWER CP/MP
GF DETECT
Control PC Board
SW6
TB2
TB1
IN1
RET1
CC1
IN2
RET2
CC2
SBUS
IN
SBUS
RET
SIL
IN
COM NC NO
TROUBLE
AUX
OUT
NAC1
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
Battery Compartment for
two – 12V 12Ahrs
Rechargeable Batteries
Figure 1: PS-8 Enclosure Layout
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TB2
Figure 2 shows the location of the PC boards and knockouts on the PS-6 panel.
SW1
Power Supply/Battery
Charger PC Board
D24
D36 D35 D34
1/2” and 3/4" Knockouts (13)
D21
TB1
J2
IN1 FOLLOWER
IN2 FOLLOWER
SBUS IN1/IN2
TROUBLE LATCH
SW2
NAC1 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC/TEMPORAL
D37
D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3
D9
SW5
NAC3 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC4 SYNC/TEMPORAL
SW1
NAC1 IN1/IN2
NAC2 IN1/IN2
NAC3 IN1/IN2
NAC4 IN1/IN2
SW4
SBUS MASTER/REMOTE
SBUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
SYNC PROTOCOL
D2
Control PC Board
SYNC PROTOCOL
SW3
NAC1-NAC2 CLASS B/A
NAC3-NAC4 CLASS B/A
AUX POWER CP/MP
GF DETECT
SW6
TB2
TB1
IN1
RET1
CC1
IN2
RET2
CC2
SBUS
IN
SBUS
RET
SIL
IN
COM NC NO
TROUBLE
AUX
OUT
NAC1
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
Battery Compartment for
two – 12V, 7Ahrs
Rechargeable Batteries
Figure 2: PS-6 Enclosure Layout
2.0 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:
NOTE: The POWERPATH NAC Extender Power Supply shall be installed in accordance with the National Fire
Protection Association (NFPA), National Electrical Code (NEC) and all applicable state and local regulations.
2.1 UNPACKING
The POWERPATH was carefully checked before leaving the factory. Inspect shipping container and unit
carefully for indications of improper handling. If damage is detected, make an immediate claim to the carrier.
Remove the POWERPATH from the shipping container and check that the door lock keys, door lock, and
battery connection wires are inside. Make sure the printed circuit boards are within their proper packaging of
the enclosure.
2.2 MOUNTING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT
TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
This product is not intended for use in hazardous locations as defined by the National
Electrical Code (NEC) and by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).
A
Mount the POWERPATH in the desired location using the mounting dimensions in Figure 3 (PS-8) and
Figure 4 (PS-6).
B. Mount the panel in an indoor and dry area that does not exceed a temperature range of 32 F to 120 F (0
C to 49 C) and a humidity equal to 10% to 85% at 86 F (30 C) non-condensing.
NOTE: When mounting on interior walls, use proper screw anchors in plaster. When mounting to concrete,
especially when moisture is expected, first attach a piece of ¾ inch plywood to the concrete surface.
Attach the POWERPATH to the plywood.
C. Remove desired knockouts and mount conduit and conduit fittings to the enclosure.
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NOTE: All dimensions shown are measured in inches.
KNOCKOUTS TYP.
17X 0.882+/-.023 & 01.117+/-0.23
FLUSH ON OUTSIDE OF ENCLOSURE
ORIENTATION OPTIONAL
10.0"
5.5"
16.7"
14.8"
Figure 3: PS-8
Mounting Dimensions
DIMENSIONS (H x W x D) – 16.7” x 14.8” x 5.5”
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12.8"
10.3"
3.0"
16.7"
Figure 4: PS-6
Mounting Dimensions
DIMENSIONS (H x W x D) – 16.7” x 12.8” x 3”
2.3 WIRING
Review the Operation Section (4.0) in order to select the proper hook-up and use of the POWERPATH.
Set switches and wire the POWERPATH as follows: Terminal locations for the Power Supply/Battery Charger
PC board are shown in Figures 5 and 6. Terminal locations for the Control PC board are shown in Figure 7.
NOTE: The maximum current on a Class “A” or “B” output is 3 Amps with the rest of the NAC Extender
output current divided among the remaining circuits.
DO NOT CONNECT WIRING TO THE AC INPUT SOURCE OR TO THE BATTERIES UNTIL ALL WIRING
AND ALL SWITCH SETTINGS HAVE BEEN MADE
POWER LIMITED AND NON-POWER LIMITED WIRING SHALL BE SEPERATED AND SHALL NOT BE
WITHIN 1/4" OF EACH OTHER. NON POWER LIMITED WIRE SHALL BE SEPERATED FROM PC BOARDS
BY 1/4".
Power Supply/Battery Charger PC Board
NOTE: Sealed Lead Acid Batteries shall be used for backup batteries.
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TB2
BLACK 120VAC 50-60Hz NON-POWER LIMITED (PS-6, PS-8)
GREEN 240VAC 50-60Hz NON-POWER LIMITED (PS-6E, PS-8E)
WHITE
F1
10 AMP
250 VAC
L
GND
N
MICROPROCESSOR TROUBLE
BATTERY CHARGER TROUBLE
BATTERY TROUBLE
AC LOSS TRB
COM
BATTERY
POWER
NO
D36
D21
TB3
D34
D35
10 AMP
250 VAC
D38
NC
AC POWER
D24
TB1
J2
D4-D8: SEE
TABLE 9
TROUBLE LATCH OFF/ON
SBUS IN1/IN2
IN2 FOLLOWER
IN1 FOLLOWER
SW2
NAC4 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC3 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC/TEMPORAL
< D8-D4 >
SW5
BATTERY
F2
D37
ACTIVE
TB6
D3: GROUND FAULT TROUBLE
TB4
TB3
GROUND FAULT
LOCATOR
NAC1 SYNC/TEMPORAL
SW1
NAC4 IN1/IN2
NAC3 IN1/IN2
D40
SYNC BUS
NAC2 IN1/IN2
NAC1 IN1/IN2
SW4
SYNC PROTOCOL
SYNC PROTOCOL
SBUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
SBUS MASTER/REMOTE
SW3
GF DETECT ONN/OFF
AUX POWER CP/MP
D9
NAC3-NAC4 CLASS A/B
NAC1-NAC2 CLASS A/B
SW6
POWER
D38
SILENCE
D31
INPUT1
D36
INPUT2
D30
IN2 TROUBLE
D2
GENERAL TROUBLE
D1
IN1 TROUBLE
TB2
TB1
IN1
RET1
CC1
IN2
RET2
CC2
SBUS
IN
SBUS
RET
SIL
IN
COM NC NO
TROUBLE
AUX
OUT
NAC1
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
NAC4
OUT
24VDC BATTERY BACKUP
NON-POWER LIMITED
CONNECT THE BATTERIES IN SERIES
BY CONNECTING THE OTHER + AND TERMINALS TOGETHER
12VDC
BATTERY
12VDC
BATTERY
Figure 5: AC and DC Input Wiring Paths
A. Install the battery wires to the battery terminals (TB3) and dress them down to the back of the enclosure,
observing ¼” separation from power limited wiring.
B. Wire the AC LOSS terminals as applicable.
C. Install the battery insulation cover plate over the battery terminals, folding side facing the door. Ensure that
the battery wires maintain ¼” separation from power limited wiring.
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TB2
L
AC Input
120VAC
50 – 60 Hz
(PS-6, PS-8)
GND
N
AC Input
240VAC
50 – 60 Hz
(PS-6E, PS-8E)
Battery Terminals
24VDC, 7 to 33 Ahrs
AC LOSS Form “C”
Relay Terminals
AC LOSS TRB
COM
NO
NC
MICROPROCESSOR TROUBLE
BATTERY CHARGER TROUBLE
BATTERY TROUBLE
BATTERY
POWER
D36
D34
TB3
D35
D24
AC LOSS DELAY
JP1 IN = 0 MIN
JP1 OUT = 170 MIN
D38
POWER
D21
TB1
J2
BATTERY
JP1
Figure 6: Power Supply/Battery Charger PC Board
Table 1: Power Supply/Battery Charger PC Board Terminal Identification
Terminal Block
Identification
Numbers (Figure 1)
TB1 - 1,2,3
TB2 - 1,2,3
TB2 - 1,2,3
TB3 - 1,2
JP1 - 1,2
Terminal
Identification
AC Trouble
AC Input
AC Input
Battery
JP1
Function/Description
Form “C” contacts rated 24VDC at 1 Amp used for external trouble alerts.
Input power terminals for 120VAC, 50 to 60 Hz. Non-Power Limited (PS-6, PS-8)
Input power terminals for 240VAC, 50 to 60 Hz. Non-Power Limited (PS-6E, PS-8E)
Backup battery terminals: 24VDC, 7 to 33 Ahrs, Sealed Lead Acid Non-Power Limited.
PS-8 – Two 12VDC 12 Ahrs batteries fit inside the enclosure. Batteries larger than 12
Ahrs require an external enclosure such as the Wheelock Product BATC.
PS-6 – Two 12VDC 7 Ahrs batteries fit inside the enclosure. Batteries larger than 7
Ahrs require an external enclosure such as the Wheelock Product BATC.
Jumper Sets Delay for Remote AC LOSS Annunciation.
JP1 IN = 0 Min Delay
JP1 OUT = 170 Min Delay
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AC INPUT
TERMINALS
TB2
F1
L
GND
N
BLACK
10AMP
250VAC
GREEN
WHITE
AC LOSS TRB
TB3
24VDC 1 AMP
MAXIMUM RESISTIVE LOAD
(NON SUPERVISED)
AC LOSS
TROUBLE
TERMINALS
COM
D36
D21
NO
D35
D38
AC POWER
NC
TB1
D34
10AMP
250VAC
F2
BATTERY
J2
SW1
J1
D12
D4-D8: SEE
TABLE 1
< D8-D4 >
SW2
GENERAL TROUBLE LED
D40
SYNC BUS
D30
IN2 TROUBLE
D9
SW3
TB6
SW4
ALARM LED
PS-EXP
EXPANSIONBOARD
NAC 5
OUT
NAC 6
OUT
D7
D38
SILENCE
SW4
D1
TROUBLE LEDS
D3: GROUND FAULT TROUBLE
SW5
GROUND FAULT
LOCATOR
SW1
SW2
D37
ACTIVE
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
SW6
POWER LED
SW3
D31
D36
INPUT 1
INPUT 2
NAC 7
OUT
NAC 8
OUT
D2
GENERAL TROUBLE
POWER
D1
IN1 TROUBLE
TB2
TB1
IN1
RET1
CC1
IN2
RET2
CC2
SBUS
IN
SBUS
RET
SIL
IN
COM NO NC
TROUBLE
AUX
OUT
NAC1
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
NAC4
OUT
X
Figure 7: NAC Extender Wiring
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Control PC Board
Refer to Figure 4 for the locations of the terminal described in Table 3.
SW1
J1
TROUBLE LATCH OFF/ON
SYNC BUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
IN2 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
IN1 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
NAC8 SYNC / TEMPORAL
NAC7 SYNC / TEMPORAL
NAC6 SYNC / TEMPORAL
NAC5 SYNC / TEMPORAL
POWER LED
D12
SW2
D4-D8: SEE
TABLE 9
< D8-D4 >
SW2
NAC4 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC3 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC1 SYNC/TEMPORAL
SW1
NAC4 IN1/IN2
NAC3 IN1/IN2
GENERAL TROUBLE LED
CODED
TROUBLE LEDS
D37
ACTIVE
D1
SW4
NAC8 IN1 / IN2
NAC7 IN1 / IN2
NAC6 IN1 / IN2
NAC5 IN1 / IN2
SYNC PROTOCOL
SYNC PROTOCOL
NAC7-NAC8 CLASS A/B
NAC5-NAC6 CLASS A/B
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
SW6
TROUBLE LATCH OFF/ON
SBUS IN1/IN2
IN2 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
IN1 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
D3: GROUND FAULT TROUBLE
ALARM LED
* PS-EXP
EXPANSIONBOARD
NAC 5
OUT
NAC 6
OUT
D7
SW5
GROUND FAULT
LOCATOR
SW3
D40
SYNC BUS
D38
SILENCE
NAC2 IN1/IN2
NAC1 IN1/IN2
SW4
SYNC PROTOCOL
D31
INPUT1
D36
NAC 7
OUT
NAC 8
OUT
INPUT2
D2
SYNC PROTOCOL
SBUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
SBUS MASTER/REMOTE
SW3
GF DETECT ON/OFF
AUX POWER CP/MP
NAC4
NAC3
NAC2
NAC1
D30
GENERAL TROUBLE
D9
NAC3-NAC4 CLASS A/B
NAC1-NAC2 CLASS A/B
IN2 TROUBLE
NAC OUTPUTS
EOLR 10K OHM
CLASS B
(POWER LIMITED,
SUPERVISED)
POWER
D1
IN1 TROUBLE
TB1
IN1
TB2
RET1
CC1
RET2
IN2
CC2
SBUS
IN
SBUS
RET
SIL
IN
COM NC NO
TROUBLE
AUX
OUT
NAC1
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
NAC4
OUT
X
Figure 8: Control PC Board
* Shown with optional PS-EXP Add on PC Board
Table 2: Control PC Board Terminal Identification
Terminal Block
Identification
Numbers
Terminal
Identification
TB1-1, 2
IN1+, IN1-
TB1-3, 4,
RET1+, RET1-
TB1-5, 6
CC1+, CC1-
TB1-7, 8
TB1-9, 10
IN2+, IN2RET2+, RET2-
TB1-11, 12
CC2+, CC2-
TB1-13, 14
S BUS IN+, IN-
TB1-15, 16
S BUS RET+, RET-
TB2-1,2
SIL+, SIL-
TB2-3,4,5
“NO” “C” “NC”
(COMMON TROUBLE
OUTPUT)
TB2-6, 7
+ AUX OUT -
TB2-8, 9
TB2-10, 11
TB2-12, 13
TB2-14, 15
+OUT1+OUT2+OUT3+OUT4-
TB2-16
Function/Description
These terminals connect to the input voltage source (i.e. 12VDC or 24VDC
FACP). The FACP will supply a voltage from 8-33VDC at 5mA. During the alarm
condition these inputs will cause the designated outputs to drive the notification
appliances (designated outputs are set by output DIP switch banks). During
Stand-by on a FACP, a trouble condition on the designated loop will cause these
inputs to open, providing a trouble condition on the FACP. Alarm condition always
overrides trouble to drive output indicating appliances.
EOLR is connected on these terminals corresponding to IN1+ and IN1-, or the
loop may be continued to other power supplies or appliances before terminating.
Dry contacts are used to actuate the designated outputs. Contacts are normally
closed and actuate the power supply on contact OPEN. Designated outputs
correspond to IN1+, IN1-. NOTE: FACP NAC circuit cannot energize the power
supply by these contacts. When these terminals are not in use, a jumper must be
connected across them.
Same as IN1+, IN1- for corresponding terminals.
Same as RET1+, RET1- for corresponding terminals.
Operates the same as C “Dry2” NC for corresponding terminals. When these
terminals are not in use, a jumper must be connected across them.
Synchronizing Bus IN: Links from previous PS-8 (PS-6) “S BUS RET” to
synchronize both together. Controlled as Master or Remote by switch SW3
Position 4. Current Draw is 0.006 Amps per PS-8 (PS-6).
Synchronizing Bus RET: Sync control output from the master PS-8 (PS-6) to
additional PS-8 (PS-6) panel “S BUS IN” terminals. Always place 10K Ohm
EOLR on the last panel. Controlled as Master or Remote by switch SW3 Position
4. Up to 40 power supplies can be connected to the PS-8 or 12 to the PS-6.
Audible Silence: NAC input to the master PS-8 (PS-6) from FACP. The Audible
signal is transmitted to all PS-8 (PS-6) panels within the loop. Power Limited.
Typically used to trigger remote alerts or other reporting appliances. Form “C”
contacts rated 24VDC at 1 Amp. NOTE: These terminals must be monitored by
the FACP for Class “A” mode.
This output has two modes of operation. The CP Mode is capable of 0.02 Amps
for 60 hours (PS-8 only) or 0.24 Amps (PS-8)/0.075 Amps (PS-6) for 24 hours on
battery back up for desired auxiliary equipment. The MP Mode provides up to 2.5
Amps in non-alarm condition or when the input AC is present. Special
Applications, Power Limited.
NAC appliances are connected to these outputs. Each output can supply a
maximum load of 3.0 Amps, Class "B" or 3.0 Amps Class "A" and can be
individually programmed for Wheelock Strobe Sync Mode, Temporal Mode or
Input follower Mode. The outputs can be configured as four Class "B" circuits,
two Class "A" circuits, or two Class "B" and one Class "A" circuits. Outputs are
controlled by a designated input (INPUT 1 or 2) as selected by the DIP switch for
that output. Power Limited.
Not Used
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NOTE: The maximum number of NAC appliances is dependent upon the field wire gauge used and the
total current draw of the Appliances on the NAC circuit.
C. Connect notification appliances to desired outputs OUT1 – OUT4. See Figure 6.
 The POWERPATH has in-out wiring terminals that accept two #18 to #12 American Wire Gauge
(AWG) wires at each screw terminal. Strip leads 3/8 inch and connect to screw terminals.
 Separate all in-out wire runs on supervised circuits to insure integrity of circuit supervision. The polarity
shown in the wiring diagrams and on the circuit boards is for operation of the appliances. The polarity
is reversed by the POWERPATH during supervision.
 Total load for the PS-8 NAC circuits shall not exceed 8.0 Amps. Total load for the PS-6 NAC circuits
shall not exceed 6.0 Amps.
 Total load of any Class “B” output circuit shall not exceed 3.0 Amps.
 Total load of any Class “A” output circuit shall not exceed 3.0 Amps.
D.
Terminate unused Class “B” outputs and the last appliance on an output with a 10K Ohm EOLR. Do not
terminate Class “A” outputs with an EOLR, use jumper wires, see Chapter 6.0 on sheet 22 for example
drawings.
E.
Connect the indicating circuit(s) from the FACP to the desired input(s), IN1 and IN2. Connect FACP
compatible EOLR’s to RET1 and RET2.
F.
In order to use the audible silence feature, connect a 24V or NAC output to the PS-8 (PS-6) SIL input
terminal.
G. If all NAC appliances must activate at the same time, connect “OUT4” from the first PS-8 (PS-6) to the “IN1”
of the second PS-8 (PS-6). Next connect the “IN1 RET” of the second PS-8 (PS-6) to the next PS-8 (PS-6)
“IN1. Connect a 10K EOLR to the “IN1 RET” terminal on the last PS-8 (PS-6).
If NAC appliances must be activated sequentially (not all at the same time) connect the SYNC BUS/SYNC
BUS RET between PS-8 (PS-6).
H. Connect desired auxiliary equipment to the auxiliary output terminals +AUX-. See Sheet 33, Section 8.0,
for the List of Compatible AUX Devices.
I.

Total load of the AUX output shall not exceed 0.02 Amps during 60 hour battery backup in the Constant
Power (CP) mode, if using standard 12 Ahr batteries.

Total load of the AUX output shall not exceed 0.24 Amps during 24 hour battery backup in the Constant
Power (CP) mode, if using standard 12 Ahr batteries.

Total load of the AUX output shall not exceed 0.075 Amps during 24 hour battery backup in the
Constant Power (CP) mode for the PS-6, if using standard 7 Ahr batteries.

Total load of the AUX output shall not exceed 2.5 Amps in the Managed Power (MP) mode.
Connect system trouble relay terminals as desired.
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3.0 SETTING THE DIP SWITCHES
3.1 CONTROL PC BOARD
Refer to Figure 9 for the location and setting of the DIP switches on the Control PC board.
1. Set NAC output DIP Switch(s) on SW1 to follow corresponding input (IN1, IN2).
2. See Figure 8 for DIP switch locations and Table 3 for DIP Switch Selection and DIP Switch Settings
SW6
TROUBLE LATCH OFF/ON
SBUS IN1/IN2
IN2 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
IN1 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
SW2
NAC4 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC3 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC1 SYNC/TEMPORAL
SW1
NAC4 IN1/IN2
NAC3 IN1/IN2
SW5
GROUND FAULT TEST
LOCATOR SWITCH
NAC2 IN1/IN2
NAC1 IN1/IN2
SW4
SYNC PROTOCOL
SYNC PROTOCOL
SBUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
SBUS MASTER/REMOTE
SW3
GF DETECT ON/OFF
AUX POWER CP/MP
NAC3-NAC4 CLASS A/B
NAC1-NAC2 CLASS A/B
Figure 9: Control PC Board DIP Switches
DIP
Switch
Function
Description
Table 3: Control PC Board DIP Switch Settings
Dip Switch Setting:
Dip Switch Setting:
Dip Switch Setting:
“LEFT”
“RIGHT”
“LEFT”
Dip Switch Setting:
“RIGHT”
SW6
Position 1
TROUBLE
LATCH
OFF / ON
Any trouble conditions will
clear automatically as the
trouble condition is
repaired.
If IN1 Follower = ON, SBUS
will repeat the signals on
IN1 / CC1 input.
Position 2
Same Functionality as
Master Mode.
Same Functionality as
Master Mode.
If IN1 Follower = ON, NAC
Output(s) set to trigger on
IN1 / CC1 will repeat the
signals on the SBUS when
IN1 / CC1 “Activates.”
If IN1 Follower = ON, NAC
Output(s) set to trigger on
IN1 / CC1 will repeat the
signals on IN1 / CC1 input,
ignoring the NAC Output’s
SYNC / TEMPORAL
dipswitch settings.
If IN1 Follower = OFF, NAC
Output(s) set to trigger on
IN1 / CC1 will repeat the
signals on the SBUS when
IN1 / CC1 “Activates.”
If IN1 Follower = OFF, NAC
Output(s) set to trigger on
IN1 / CC1 will repeat the
signals on the SBUS when
IN1 / CC1 “Activates.”
See SW6 Position 2’s
description for this setting.
See SW6 Position 2’s
description for this setting.
SBUS
IN1 / IN2
If IN1 Follower = OFF,
SBUS will generate signals
according to its SW2 SYNC / TEMPORAL switch
setting.
Position 3
Trouble indicators latch ON
until this switch is switched
to the disable (LEFT)
position or all power is
removed from the panel.
If IN2 Follower = ON,
SBUS will repeat the
signals on IN2 / CC2 input.
IN2
FOLLOWER
OFF / ON
NAC Output(s) or SBUS set
to trigger on IN2 / CC2 will
generate signals according
to its SYNC / TEMPORAL
switch setting.
If IN2 Follower = OFF,
SBUS will generate signals
according to its SW2 - SYNC
/ TEMPORAL switch setting.
NAC Output(s) or SBUS set
to trigger on IN2 / CC2 turn
on when IN2 / CC2 is
“Active” and will apply NAC
reverse supervision voltage
when IN2 / CC2 is “Not
Active.”
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Position 4
IN1
FOLLOWER
OFF / ON
NAC Output(s) or SBUS set
to trigger on IN1 / CC1 will
generate signals according
to its SYNC / TEMPORAL
switch setting.
NAC Output(s) or SBUS set
to trigger on IN1 / CC1 turn
on when IN1 / CC1 is
“Active” and will apply NAC
reverse supervision voltage
when IN1 / CC1 is “Not
Active.”
See SW6 Position 2’s
description for this setting.
See SW6 Position 2’s
description for this setting.
Sets CODE 3 Temporal
Pattern on NAC4.
Sets CODE 3 Temporal
Pattern on NAC3.
Sets CODE 3 Temporal
Pattern on NAC2.
Sets CODE 3 Temporal
Pattern on NAC1.
See SW6 Position 2’s
description for this setting.
See SW6 Position 2’s
description for this setting.
See SW6 Position 2’s
description for this setting.
See SW6 Position 2’s
description for this setting.
See SW6 Position 2’s
description for this setting.
See SW6 Position 2’s
description for this setting.
See SW6 Position 2’s
description for this setting.
See SW6 Position 2’s
description for this setting.
Input 2 (IN2 or CC2) triggers
NAC4. Any trouble condition
See SW6 Position 2’s
on NAC4 will cause an open
description for this setting.
condition on IN1_RET &
IN2_RET.
See SW6 Position 2’s
description for this setting.
Input 2 (IN2 or CC2) triggers
NAC3. Any trouble condition See SW6 Position 2’s
on NAC3 will cause an open description for this setting.
condition on IN2_RET.
See SW6 Position 2’s
description for this setting.
SW2
Position 1
Position 2
Position 3
Position 4
NAC4 SYNC /
TEMPORAL
NAC3 SYNC /
TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC /
TEMPORAL
NAC1 SYNC /
TEMPORAL
Sets Sync pattern on NAC4
Sets Sync pattern on NAC3
Sets Sync pattern on NAC2
Sets Sync pattern on NAC1
SW1
Position 1
NAC4
IN1 / IN2
Position 2
NAC3
IN1 / IN2
Position 3
NAC2
IN1 / IN2
Position 4
NAC1
IN1 / IN2
Input 1 (IN1or CC1) triggers
NAC4. Any trouble
condition on NAC4 will
cause an open condition on
IN1_RET & IN2_RET.
Input 1 (IN1or CC1) triggers
NAC3. Any trouble
condition on NAC3 will
cause an open condition on
IN1_RET & IN2_RET.
Input 1 (IN1or CC1) triggers
NAC2. Any trouble
condition on NAC1 will
cause an open condition on
IN1_RET.
Input 1 (IN1or CC1) triggers
NAC1. Any trouble
condition on NAC1 will
cause an open condition on
IN1_RET & IN2_RET.
Input 2 (IN2 or CC2) triggers
NAC2. Any trouble condition
on NAC2 will cause an open
condition on IN1_RET &
IN2_RET.
Input 2 (IN2 or CC2) triggers
NAC1. Any trouble condition
on NAC1 will cause an open
condition on IN1_RET &
IN2_RET.
See SW6 Position 2’s
description for this setting.
See SW6 Position 2’s
description for this setting.
See SW6 Position 2’s
description for this setting.
See SW6 Position 2’s
description for this setting.
Same Functionality as
Master Mode.
Same Functionality as
Master Mode.
Same Functionality as
Master Mode.
Same Functionality as
Master Mode.
SBUS Output Terminals will
self generate TEMPORAL.
In REMOTE Mode Set this
switch to same setting as
MASTER PS-8 (PS-6).
In REMOTE Mode Set this
switch to same setting as
MASTER PS-8 (PS-6).
Sets the NAC Extender to
“MASTER MODE”
Sets the NAC Extender to
“REMOTE MODE”
Sets the NAC Extender to
“MASTER MODE”
Sets the NAC Extender to
“REMOTE MODE”
Ground Fault Detect – ON
Ground Fault Detect – OFF
Clear Ground Fault test
results. NOTE: LEAVING
Same Functionality as
THE SWITCH IN THIS
Master Mode.
POSITION IS NOT
COMPATIBLE WITH UL-864
Same Functionality as
Master Mode. NOTE:
LEAVING THE SWITCH IN
THIS POSITION IS NOT
COMPATIBLE WITH UL864
Managed Power (MP) –
Power is off in alarm and
when there is a loss of AC.
Same Functionality as
Master Mode.
Same Functionality as
Master Mode.
Set NAC3-NAC4 CLASS B
for CLASS B Mode.
Set NAC1-NAC2 CLASS B
for CLASS B Mode.
Same Functionality as
Master Mode.
Same Functionality as
Master Mode.
Same Functionality as
Master Mode.
Same Functionality as
Master Mode.
SW4
Position 1
Position 2
SYNC
PROTOCOL
SYNC
PROTOCOL
Position 3
SBUS SYNC /
TEMPORAL
Position 4
SBUS
MASTER /
REMOTE
Wheelock Sync Only –
Leave in this position.
Wheelock Sync Only –
Leave in this position.
SBUS Output Terminals will
self generate SYNC.
For Future Use
For Future Use
SW3
Position 1
GF DETECT
ON / OFF
Position 2
AUX POWER
CP / MP
Position 3
Position 4
NAC3-NAC4
CLASS A / B
NAC1-NAC2
CLASS A / B
Constant Power (CP) –
Provides Auxiliary power in
alarm and on battery
backup.
Set NAC3-NAC4 for CLASS
A Mode.
Set NAC1-NAC2 for CLASS
A Mode.
EXAMPLE – Basic Settings on the Control PC Board
For a 4 NAC, Class B circuit output controlled by
Input 1 (IN1), Wheelock Sync, Auxiliary power in the
Constant Power mode(CP), and Ground Fault
detection, set the switches as follows:
SW2
SW1
Positions
Positions
1-4
1-4
Left
Left
SW3
Positions
Positions
1-2
3-4
Left
Right
SW4
SW6
Positions
Positions
1-4
1-4
Left
Left
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4.0 Applying Power to the Power Supply Panel
Now that all the Wiring is complete and the switch settings have been made, it’s time to apply power to the Power Supply
panel.
ALWAYS APPLY AC POWER BEFORE APPLYING BATTERY POWER. ALWAYS
REMOVE BATTERY POWER BEFORE REMOVING AC POWER. FAILURE TO DO SO
CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE POWER SUPPLY COMPONENTS.
1. Connect AC source. The AC source shall be connected to a dedicated, non-switch power source. The AC must
first be wired into the buildings main electrical power. The conduit entry can be either from the top or left side
using the knock-outs. See Figure 8. Connect Earth Ground First.
TB2
L
GND
N
Figure 10:
AC Power Terminals on the Power Supply PC Board
2. Connect backup batteries. Batteries shall be Sealed Lead Acid type. Observe correct polarity and voltage. Use
two of the same size batteries connected in series as shown in Figure 9. Use up to 33 Ahr batteries depending
on circuit loading, BATTERY CALCULATION SHEET is provided on pages 20 and 21.
NOTE:
The PS-8 enclosure can accommodate two 12VDC batteries up to 12 Ahr in size. Batteries larger than 12 Ahr
must be stored in a separate battery enclosure such as the Wheelock BATC Battery Enclosure.
The PS-6 enclosure can accommodate two 12VDC batteries up to 7 Ahr in size. Batteries larger than 7 Ahr
must be stored in a separate battery enclosure such as the Wheelock BATC Battery Enclosure.
Figure 11: Batteries Connected in Series
TWO DIFFERENT SOURCES OF POWER MAY BE CONNECTED TO THIS PANEL.
DISCONNECT BOTH SOURCES OF POWER BEFORE SERVICING. FAILURE TO
DISCONNECT BOTH SOURCES OF POWER BEFORE SERVICING COULD RESULT
IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH TO YOU AND/OR OTHERS.
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BATTERY MAINTENANCE
Battery Replacement: Replace with new batteries every four (4) years or as needed if battery will no longer accept full
charge. Two 12V batteries are required for 24VDC.
The Power supply is now operational. Table 4 is a list of the LED indicators on the Power Supply/Battery Charger PC
board. Table 4 is a list of the LED indicators on the Control PC board. Amber LED indicators always indicate a trouble
condition. If amber LED indicator(s) light turn to the troubleshooting section for resolution.
5.0 TROUBLESHOOTING:
THE PS-8 POWERPATH CONTAINS VOLTAGES THAT CAN CAUSE DEATH OR SERIOUS
INJURY.
ALWAYS OBSERVE PROPER ELECTRICAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND
WARNINGS.
Always follow good troubleshooting procedures:

When trouble occurs, observe all visual indications and note them Refer to the interior door label.

If the problem is obvious or it can be located on the Troubleshooting Table, note it. Refer to the interior door label.

Always de-energize the POWERPATH completely (Remove both AC and DC power) before repairs.

While the POWERPATH is de-energized, perform a visual and hands on check of all terminals and wires to ensure
proper termination.

If intermittent troubles occur, use the trouble latch (SW2 Position 4) to find it.
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Troubleshooting Using the LED Indicators
Power Supply/Battery Charger PC Board.
TB2
L
GND
N
MICROPROCESSOR TROUBLE
BATTERY CHARGER TROUBLE
BATTERY TROUBLE
BATTERY
POWER
D38
AC POWER
NO
TB3
D34
D36
D24
COM
D35
AC LOSS TRB
NC
TB1
D21
BATTERY
JP1
J2
Figure 12: Power Supply/Battery Charger PC Board Trouble LED Locations
LED
Designator
Table 4: Power Supply/Battery Charger PC Board LED Trouble Indicators
LED
Description
Action
Identification
Color
Indicates when AC power is applied to the
PC board.
Indicates when battery power is applied to
the PC board.
Indicates that a trouble condition exists on
the battery circuit.
D38
AC Power
Green
D24
Battery Power
Green
D34
Battery Trouble
Amber
D35
Battery Charger
Trouble
Amber
Indicates that the battery charger section is
not working.
D36
Processor
Trouble
Amber
Indicates that a trouble condition exists on
the processor circuit.
D21
AC Loss
Amber
Indicates a brown out or total loss of AC
power.
No Action Required
No Action Required
Check the battery wiring and terminal
connections. Replace the batteries.
Remove the batteries from the
terminals. Using a DC voltmeter
check the voltage across the
terminals. The voltage should be
26.5VDC or higher. If the voltage is
not present, the battery charger
section has failed. Replace the PC
Board. If the voltage is present,
replace the batteries.
Disconnect DC and AC voltages
from the power supply PC board.
Wait 10 seconds and reconnect. If
the problem does not clear, replace
the PC board.
Check AC Mains is properly
connected.
Check branch circuit
breaker powering the PS6/8. Check
the AC Mains Fuse, F1.
NOTE: Power Supply PCB trouble conditions will change the state of the Logic PCB General Trouble Relay after 33
seconds.
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Coded Trouble LEDs
D8, D7, D6, D5, D4
Control PC Board
SW6
TROUBLE LATCH OFF/ON
SBUS IN1/IN2
IN2 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
IN1 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
D4-D8: SEE
TABLE 9
< D8-D4 >
SW2
NAC4 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC3 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC1 SYNC/TEMPORAL
SW1
NAC4 IN1/IN2
NAC3 IN1/IN2
D37
ACTIVE
TB6
TB4
TB3
D3: GROUND FAULT TROUBLE
SW5
GROUND FAULT
LOCATOR
SWITCH
NAC2 IN1/IN2
NAC1 IN1/IN2
SW4
SYNC PROTOCOL
D40
SYNC BUS
SYNC PROTOCOL
D38
SILENCE
SBUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
SBUS MASTER/REMOTE
SW3
GF DETECT OFF/ON
AUX POWER CP/MP
POWER
NAC3-NAC4 CLASS A/B
NAC1-NAC2 CLASS A/B
D31
INPUT1
D36
INPUT2
D30
IN2 TROUBLE
D2
GENERAL TROUBLE
D9
D1
IN1 TROUBLE
TB2
TB1
IN1
RET1
CC1
IN2
RET2
CC2
SBUS
IN
SBUS
RET
SIL
IN
COM NC NO
TROUBLE
NAC1
OUT
AUX
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
NAC4
OUT
Figure 13: Control PC Board Trouble LED Locations
Table 5: Control PC Board LED Trouble Indicators
LED
Description
Color
LED
Designator
Identification
D9
Power
Green
D37
Active
Red
D2
System Trouble
Amber
Indicates when power is applied to the Control
board.
Indicates when the power supply is activated
and supplying power to the NAC output
circuits.
Indicates that a general trouble condition exists
on the Control board.
These five LEDs light in a coded pattern
indicating the location and type of trouble
condition. If multiple troubles are present the
LEDs will indicate the highest priority trouble.
When repaired the LEDs will indicate the next
priority trouble.
Indicates that a ground fault condition exists.
Pressing switch SW5 will cause the code
pattern on the coded Trouble LEDs to locate
the location.
Indicates that a general trouble condition
exists, and the IN1 RET and IN2 RET relays
are open.
This LED lights when 24V is present on the
SYNC BUS.
No Action Required
No Action Required
Check the Coded Trouble LED
Indicators and the Ground Fault LED.
Repair any problems indicated. If no
indication is observed, replace the
Control PC Board. See Table 7
D8, D7, D6,
D5, D4
Coded Trouble
LED Indicators
Amber
D3
General Ground
Fault
Amber
D1, D30
IN1 RET, IN2
RET Trouble
Amber
D40
SYNC BUS
Power Active
Green
D31
IN1/CC1 Active
Red
This LED lights when IN1 or CC1 has been
activated.
See Table 7
D36
IN2/CC2 Active
Red
This LED lights when IN2 or CC2 has been
activated.
See Table 7
Red
This LED turns on when the “SILENCE” feature
has been activated.
D38
Silence Active
Action
See Table 7
See Table 7
See Table 7
See Table 7
See Table 7
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Trouble Condition Priority Identification
When multiple troubles exist the Control PC board Coded Trouble LED Indicators indicate the highest priority trouble.
Table 6 shows the priority sequence. When the highest priority is repaired, the next highest priority will automatically be
displayed. Table 6 lists the coded condition of these 5 LED indicators and the action required.
Table 6: Control PC Board Trouble Priority Identification
Location Priority
Location Displayed Priority
1. NAC 1
2. NAC 2
1. CURRENT LIMIT
3. NAC 3
2. SHORT
4. NAC 4
3. OPEN
5. AUX
4. GROUND FAULT
6. CC1
7. CC2
8. SYNC BUS
Table 7: Control PC Board Coded Trouble Identification
Coded Trouble LED’s
“□” = OFF, “■” = ON
Trouble
Trouble
Locator
Condition
Action
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
□
□
□
□
□
□
No Fault
No Fault
No Action Required.
□
□
□
□
□
■
Ground Fault
Ground Fault
Shut off AC Mains Power to unit.
Open cabinet door. Press and hold SW5, Ground Fault Locator
Switch for 5 seconds. Release switch.
□
□
□
□
■
□
NAC Output 1
Short
Check for a wiring short. Check for a shorted or improperly
wired NAC Appliance. (If an appliance is wired + to – and – to +
a short trouble will be indicated.
□
□
□
■
□
□
NAC Output 1
Open
Check OUT1 terminals for good connections. Check NAC
circuit wiring for continuity. Check NAC circuit for 10K Ohm
EOLR.
□
□
□
■
■
□
NAC Output 1
Current Limit
Reduce the number of NAC Appliances on Output1.
□
□
■
□
□
□
NAC Output 2
Short
Check for a wiring short. Check for a shorted or improperly
wired NAC Appliance. (If an appliance is wired + to – and – to +
a short trouble will be indicated.
□
□
■
□
■
□
NAC Output 2
Open
Check OUT2 terminals for good connections. Check NAC circuit
wiring for continuity. Check NAC circuit for 10K Ohm EOLR.
□
□
■
■
□
□
NAC Output 2
Current Limit
Reduce the number of NAC Appliances on Output1.
□
□
■
■
■
□
NAC Output 3
Short
Check for a wiring short. Check for a shorted or improperly
wired NAC Appliance. (If an appliance is wired + to – and – to +
a short trouble will be indicated.
□
■
□
□
□
□
NAC Output 3
Open
Check OUT3 terminals for good connections. Check NAC
circuit wiring for continuity. Check NAC circuit for 10K Ohm
EOLR.
□
■
□
□
■
□
NAC Output 3
Current Limit
Reduce the number of NAC Appliances on Output1.
□
■
□
■
□
□
NAC Output 4
Short
Check for a wiring short. Check for a shorted or improperly
wired NAC Appliance. (If an appliance is wired + to – and – to +
a short trouble will be indicated.
□
■
□
■
■
□
NAC Output 4
Open
Check OUT4terminals for good connections. Check NAC circuit
wiring for continuity. Check NAC circuit for 10K Ohm EOLR.
□
■
■
□
□
□
NAC Output 4
Current Limit
Reduce the number of NAC Appliances on Output1.
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□
■
■
□
■
□
AUX Output
Current Limit
Reduce the number of NAC Appliances on Output1
□
■
■
■
□
□
SYNC BUS
Short
Check for a wiring short. Check for improperly wired NAC
circuit. (If an appliance is wired + to – and – to + a short trouble
will be indicated.
□
■
■
■
■
□
SYNC BUS
Open
Check SYNC BUS terminals for good connections. Check NAC
circuit wiring for continuity. Check NAC circuit for 10K Ohm
EOLR.
■
□
□
□
□
■
SYNC BUS
Current Limit
Excessive current on the SYNC BUS. Reduce the number of
Power Supplies connected to the circuit.
■
□
□
□
■
■
Dry Contact 1
Ground Fault
(Note 1)
Check for circuit wire to enclosure or conduit.
■
□
□
■
□
■
Dry Contact 2
Ground Fault
(Note 1)
Same as above
■
□
□
■
■
■
NAC Output 1+
Ground Fault
(Note 1)
Same as above
■
□
■
□
□
■
NAC Output 1–
Ground Fault
(Note 1)
Same as above
■
□
■
□
■
■
NAC Output 2+
Ground Fault
(Note 1)
Same as above
■
□
■
■
□
■
NAC Output 2–
Ground Fault
(Note 1)
Same as above
■
□
■
■
■
■
NAC Output 3+
Ground Fault
(Note 1)
Same as above
■
■
□
□
□
■
NAC Output 3–
Ground Fault
(Note 1)
Same as above
■
■
□
□
■
■
NAC Output 4+
Ground Fault
(Note 1)
Same as above
■
■
□
■
□
■
NAC Output 4–
Ground Fault
(Note 1)
Same as above
■
■
□
■
■
■
AUX Output+
Ground Fault
(Note 1)
Same as above
■
■
■
□
□
■
AUX Output–
Ground Fault
(Note 1)
Same as above
■
■
■
□
■
■
SYNC BUS+
Ground Fault
(Note 1)
Same as above
■
■
■
■
□
■
SYNC BUS-
Ground Fault
(Note 1)
Same as above
■
■
■
■
■
■
Battery Wires
Ground Fault
(Note 1)
Same as above
Note 1: When LED indicator D3 is lighted, it indicates a general ground fault condition. Momentarily depress switch
SW5 (Ground Fault Detect Enable Pushbutton). The Coded Trouble LEDs will indicate the circuit location of the
ground fault.
FUSE REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE:
1. Turn off the AC Mains Power.
2. Open the enclosure and turn off DC battery power.
3. Remove F1.
4. Replace F1 with a 10A 250V fuse.
5. Remove F2.
6. Replace F2 with a 10A 250V fuse.
7. Turn on DC battery power.
8. Close the enclosure.
9. Turn on AC Mains.
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6.0 OPERATION EXAMPLES
LEGEND:
= STROBE
= AUDIBLE
Example 1: WHEELOCK SYNC MODE without Audible Silence (CLASS B)
D4-D8: SEE
TABLE 9
SW6
TROUBLE LATCH OFF/ON
SBUS IN1/IN2
IN2 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
IN1 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
< D8-D4 >
SW2
NAC4 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC3 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC1 SYNC/TEMPORAL
SW1
NAC4 IN1/IN2
NAC3 IN1/IN2
D37
ACTIVE
TB6
D3: GROUND FAULT TROUBLE
TB3
TB4
SW5
GROUND FAULT
LOCATOR
D40
SYNC BUS
D38
SILENCE
NAC2 IN1/IN2
NAC1 IN1/IN2
SW4
SYNC PROTOCOL
D31
INPUT1
D36
INPUT2
D2
SYNC PROTOCOL
SBUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
SBUS MASTER/REMOTE
SW3
GF DETECT ON/OFF
AUX POWER CP/MP
D30
GENERAL TROUBLE
D9
NAC3-NAC4 CLASS A/B
NAC1-NAC2 CLASS A/B
IN2
POWER
D1
IN1 TROUBLE
TB1
TB2
IN1
RET1
CC1
RET2
IN2
CC2
SBUS
IN
SIL
IN
SBUS
RET
COM NC NO
TROUBLE
AUX
OUT
NAC1
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
NAC4
OUT
X
FACP
NAC
CIRCUIT
EOLR
COMPATIBLE
WITH FACP


TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
10K OHMS
EOLR
This mode will only synchronize Wheelock horns, horn strobes, and strobes with the synchronization capability.
If only strobes are connected to the POWERPATH outputs, the SILENCE input is not required.
Example 2: TEMPORAL MODE (CLASS B)
D4-D8: SEE
TABLE 9
SW6
TROUBLE LATCH OFF/ON
SBUS IN1/IN2
IN2 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
IN1 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
< D8-D4 >
SW2
NAC4 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC3 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC1 SYNC/TEMPORAL
SW1
NAC4 IN1/IN2
NAC3 IN1/IN2
D37
ACTIVE
TB6
D3: GROUND FAULT TROUBLE
TB3
TB4
SW5
GROUND FAULT
LOCATOR
D40
SYNC BUS
D38
SILENCE
NAC2 IN1/IN2
NAC1 IN1/IN2
SW4
SYNC PROTOCOL
D31
INPUT1
D36
INPUT2
D2
SYNC PROTOCOL
SBUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
SBUS MASTER/REMOTE
SW3
GF DETECT ON/OFF
AUX POWER CP/MP
D30
GENERAL TROUBLE
D9
NAC3-NAC4 CLASS A/B
IN2
POWER
NAC1-NAC2 CLASS A/B
D1
IN1 TROUBLE
TB1
IN1
FACP
NAC
CIRCUIT
TB2
RET1
CC1
EOLR
COMPATIBLE
WITH FACP
IN2
RET2
CC2
SBUS
IN
SBUS
RET
10K OHMS
EOLR
SIL
IN
COM NC NO
TROUBLE
AUX
OUT
NAC1
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
NAC4
OUT
X
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
CAUTION: Strobes require constant voltage and will not operate properly in the TEMPORAL MODE. A second output
set in the NORMAL MODE will provide the constant voltage.
CAUTION: Only use audible appliances that can use a coded signal. Do not use with Wheelock Series AS/AH, NS/NH
or HS4/HS appliances.
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Example 3:
IN>OUT SYNC MODE from CODED INPUT SOURCE (CLASS B)
D4-D8: SEE
TABLE 9
SW6
TROUBLE LATCH OFF/ON
SBUS IN1/IN2
IN2 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
IN1 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
< D8-D4 >
SW2
NAC4 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC3 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC1 SYNC/TEMPORAL
SW1
NAC4 IN1/IN2
NAC3 IN1/IN2
D37
ACTIVE
TB6
D3: GROUND FAULT TROUBLE
TB3
TB4
SW5
GROUND FAULT
LOCATOR
D40
SYNC BUS
D38
SILENCE
NAC2 IN1/IN2
NAC1 IN1/IN2
SW4
SYNC PROTOCOL
D31
INPUT1
INPUT2
D36
D2
SYNC PROTOCOL
SBUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
SBUS MASTER/REMOTE
SW3
GF DETECT ON/OFF
AUX POWER CP/MP
D30
GENERAL TROUBLE
D9
NAC3-NAC4 CLASS A/B
IN2
POWER
NAC1-NAC2 CLASS A/B
D1
IN1 TROUBLE
TB1
IN1
TB2
CC1
RET1
IN2
RET2
CC2
SBUS
IN
FACP
NAC
CIRCUIT
SIL
IN
SBUS
RET
COM NC NO
TROUBLE
AUX
OUT
NAC1
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
NAC4
OUT
X
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
10K OHMS
EOLR
EOLR
COMPATIBLE
WITH FACP
Minimum pulse duration for coded signals must be greater than 0.25 seconds.
CAUTION: Only use audible appliances that can use a coded signal. Do not use with Wheelock Series AS/AH, NS/NH
or HS4/HS appliances.
Example 4: WHEELOCK SYNC MODE with Audible Silence (CLASS B)
D4-D8: SEE
TABLE 9
SW6
TROUBLE LATCH OFF/ON
SBUS IN1/IN2
IN2 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
IN1 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
< D8-D4 >
SW2
NAC4 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC3 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC1 SYNC/TEMPORAL
SW1
NAC4 IN1/IN2
NAC3 IN1/IN2
D37
ACTIVE
TB6
D3: GROUND FAULT TROUBLE
TB3
TB4
SW5
GROUND FAULT
LOCATOR
D40
SYNC BUS
D38
SILENCE
NAC2 IN1/IN2
NAC1 IN1/IN2
SW4
SYNC PROTOCOL
D31
INPUT1
D36
INPUT2
D2
SYNC PROTOCOL
SBUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
SBUS MASTER/REMOTE
SW3
GF DETECT ON/OFF
AUX POWER CP/MP
D30
GENERAL TROUBLE
D9
NAC3-NAC4 CLASS A/B
IN2
POWER
NAC1-NAC2 CLASS A/B
D1
IN1 TROUBLE
TB1
IN1
FACP
NAC
CIRCUIT
TB2
RET1
CC1
EOLR
COMPATIBLE
WITH FACP
IN2
RET2
CC2
SBUS
IN
SBUS
RET
10K OHMS
EOLR
SIL
IN
COM NC NO
TROUBLE
AUX
OUT
EOLR
COMPATIBLE
WITH FACP
NAC1
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
NAC4
OUT
X
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
FACP
NAC
CIRCUIT


This mode will only synchronize Wheelock horns, horn strobes, and strobes with the synchronization capability.
When the Silence (SIL) terminals receive a NAC voltage, silence-able horn outputs connected to IN1 and/or IN2
will be silenced.
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Example 5: WHEELOCK SYNC MODE without Audible Silence (CLASS A)
D4-D8: SEE
TABLE 9
SW6
TROUBLE LATCH OFF/ON
SBUS IN1/IN2
IN2 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
IN1 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
< D8-D4 >
SW2
NAC4 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC3 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC1 SYNC/TEMPORAL
SW1
NAC4 IN1/IN2
NAC3 IN1/IN2
D37
ACTIVE
TB6
D3: GROUND FAULT TROUBLE
TB3
TB4
SW5
GROUND FAULT
LOCATOR
D40
SYNC BUS
D38
SILENCE
NAC2 IN1/IN2
NAC1 IN1/IN2
SW4
SYNC PROTOCOL
D31
INPUT1
D36
INPUT2
D2
SYNC PROTOCOL
SBUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
SBUS MASTER/REMOTE
SW3
GF DETECT ON/OFF
AUX POWER CP/MP
D30
GENERAL TROUBLE
D9
NAC3-NAC4 CLASS A/B
NAC1-NAC2 CLASS A/B
IN2
POWER
D1
IN1 TROUBLE
TB1
TB2
IN1
RET1
CC1
RET2
IN2
CC2
SBUS
IN
SIL
IN
SBUS
RET
COM NC NO
TROUBLE
AUX
OUT
NAC1
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
NAC4
OUT
X
FACP
NAC
CIRCUIT
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
10K OHMS
EOLR
FACP
NAC
CIRCUIT
RETURN
TO FACP
SUPERVISORY
NAC
JUMPER WIRE
FOR UNUSED OUTPUT
EOLR COMPATIBLE
WITH FACP
Note: To monitor trouble in Class A Mode, only use the “COM”, “NC” and “NO” terminals.
Example 6: TEMPORAL MODE (CLASS A)
D4-D8: SEE
TABLE 9
SW6
TROUBLE LATCH OFF/ON
SBUS IN1/IN2
IN2 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
IN1 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
< D8-D4 >
SW2
NAC4 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC3 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC1 SYNC/TEMPORAL
SW1
NAC4 IN1/IN2
NAC3 IN1/IN2
D37
ACTIVE
TB6
D3: GROUND FAULT TROUBLE
TB3
TB4
SW5
GROUND FAULT
LOCATOR
D40
SYNC BUS
D38
SILENCE
NAC2 IN1/IN2
NAC1 IN1/IN2
SW4
SYNC PROTOCOL
D31
INPUT1
INPUT2
D36
D2
SYNC PROTOCOL
SBUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
SBUS MASTER/REMOTE
SW3
GF DETECT ON/OFF
AUX POWER CP/MP
D30
GENERAL TROUBLE
D9
NAC3-NAC4 CLASS A/B
NAC1-NAC2 CLASS A/B
IN2
POWER
D1
IN1 TROUBLE
TB1
IN1
TB2
RET1
CC1
IN2
RET2
CC2
SBUS
IN
SBUS
RET
SIL
IN
COM NC NO
TROUBLE
AUX
OUT
NAC1
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
NAC4
OUT
X
FACP
NAC
CIRCUIT
FACP
NAC
CIRCUIT
RETURN
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
10K OHMS
EOLR
TO FACP
SUPERVISORY
NAC
JUMPER WIRE
FOR UNUSED OUTPUT
EOLR COMPATIBLE
WITH FACP
CAUTION: Strobes require constant voltage and will not operate properly in the TEMPORAL MODE. A second output
set in the NORMAL MODE will provide the constant voltage.
CAUTION: Only use audible appliances that can use a coded signal. Do not use with Wheelock Series AS/AH, NS/NH
or HS4/HS appliances.
Note: To monitor trouble in Class A Mode, only use the “COM”, “NC” and “NO” terminals.
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Sheet 25 of 37
Example 7: IN>OUT SYNC MODE from CODED INPUT SOURCE (CLASS A)
D4-D8: SEE
TABLE 9
SW6
TROUBLE LATCH OFF/ON
SBUS IN1/IN2
IN2 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
IN1 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
< D8-D4 >
SW2
NAC4 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC3 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC1 SYNC/TEMPORAL
SW1
NAC4 IN1/IN2
NAC3 IN1/IN2
D37
ACTIVE
TB6
D3: GROUND FAULT TROUBLE
TB3
TB4
SW5
GROUND FAULT
LOCATOR
D40
SYNC BUS
D38
SILENCE
NAC2 IN1/IN2
NAC1 IN1/IN2
SW4
SYNC PROTOCOL
D31
INPUT1
INPUT2
D36
D2
SYNC PROTOCOL
SBUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
SBUS MASTER/REMOTE
SW3
GF DETECT ON/OFF
AUX POWER CP/MP
D30
GENERAL TROUBLE
D9
NAC3-NAC4 CLASS A/B
NAC1-NAC2 CLASS A/B
IN2
POWER
D1
IN1 TROUBLE
TB1
TB2
IN1
RET1
CC1
RET2
IN2
SBUS
IN
CC2
SIL
IN
SBUS
RET
COM NC NO
TROUBLE
AUX
OUT
NAC1
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
NAC4
OUT
X
FACP
NAC
CIRCUIT
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
10K OHMS
EOLR
FACP
NAC
CIRCUIT
RETURN
TO FACP
SUPERVISORY
NAC
JUMPER WIRE
FOR UNUSED OUTPUT
EOLR COMPATIBLE
WITH FACP
Minimum pulse duration for coded signals must be greater than 0.25 seconds.
CAUTION: Only use audible appliances that can use a coded signal. Do not use with Wheelock Series AS/AH, NS/NH
or HS4/HS appliances.
Note: To monitor trouble in Class A Mode, only use the “COM”, “NC” and “NO” terminals.
Example 8: WHEELOCK SYNC MODE with Audible Silence (CLASS A)
D4-D8: SEE
TABLE 9
SW6
TROUBLE LATCH OFF/ON
SBUS IN1/IN2
IN2 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
IN1 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
< D8-D4 >
SW2
NAC4 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC3 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC1 SYNC/TEMPORAL
SW1
NAC4 IN1/IN2
NAC3 IN1/IN2
D37
ACTIVE
TB6
D3: GROUND FAULT TROUBLE
TB3
TB4
SW5
GROUND FAULT
LOCATOR
D40
SYNC BUS
D38
SILENCE
NAC2 IN1/IN2
NAC1 IN1/IN2
SW4
SYNC PROTOCOL
D31
INPUT1
INPUT2
D36
D2
SYNC PROTOCOL
SBUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
SBUS MASTER/REMOTE
SW3
GF DETECT ON/OFF
AUX POWER CP/MP
D30
GENERAL TROUBLE
D9
NAC3-NAC4 CLASS A/B
NAC1-NAC2 CLASS A/B
IN2
POWER
D1
IN1 TROUBLE
TB1
IN1
TB2
RET1
CC1
IN2
RET2
CC2
SBUS
IN
SBUS
RET
SIL
IN
COM NC NO
TROUBLE
AUX
OUT
NAC1
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
NAC4
OUT
X
FACP
NAC
CIRCUIT
FACP
NAC
CIRCUIT
RETURN
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
10K OHMS
EOLR
TO FACP
SUPERVISORY
NAC
JUMPER WIRE
FOR UNUSED OUTPUT
EOLR COMPATIBLE
WITH FACP


This mode will only synchronize Wheelock horns, horn strobes, and strobes with the synchronization capability.
When the Silence (SIL) terminals receive a NAC voltage, silence-able horn outputs connected to IN1 and/or IN2
will be silenced.
Note: To monitor trouble in Class A Mode, only use the “COM”, “NC” and “NO” terminals.
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Sheet 26 of 37
Example 9: ACTIVATING THE PS-6/8 with a “DRY CONTACT” (CLASS B)
D4-D8: SEE
TABLE 9
SW6
TROUBLE LATCH OFF/ON
SBUS IN1/IN2
IN2 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
IN1 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
< D8-D4 >
SW2
NAC4 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC3 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC1 SYNC/TEMPORAL
SW1
NAC4 IN1/IN2
NAC3 IN1/IN2
D37
ACTIVE
TB6
D3: GROUND FAULT TROUBLE
TB3
TB4
SW5
GROUND FAULT
LOCATOR
D40
SYNC BUS
D38
SILENCE
NAC2 IN1/IN2
NAC1 IN1/IN2
SW4
SYNC PROTOCOL
D31
INPUT1
INPUT2
D36
D2
SYNC PROTOCOL
SBUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
SBUS MASTER/REMOTE
SW3
GF DETECT ON/OFF
AUX POWER CP/MP
D30
GENERAL TROUBLE
D9
NAC3-NAC4 CLASS A/B
IN2
POWER
NAC1-NAC2 CLASS A/B
D1
IN1 TROUBLE
TB1
MAXIMUM WIRE
LENGTH 20 FT.
IN CONDUIT
IN1
TB2
CC1
RET1
IN2
RET2
SBUS
IN
CC2
SIL
IN
SBUS
RET
TO FACP
"DRY RELAY" OUTPUT
NORMALLY CLOSED (NC)
AND COMMON (COM)
COM NC NO
TROUBLE
NAC1
OUT
AUX
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
NAC4
OUT
X
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
10K OHMS
EOLR
Minimum pulse duration for coded signals must be greater than 0.125 seconds.
CAUTION: Only use audible appliances that can use a coded signal. Do not use with Wheelock Series AS/AH, NS/NH
or HS4/HS appliances.
Example 10:
ADDRESSABLE CONTROL MODULE ACTIVATING the PS-6/8 (CLASS B)
D4-D8: SEE
TABLE 9
SW6
TROUBLE LATCH OFF/ON
SBUS IN1/IN2
IN2 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
IN1 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
< D8-D4 >
SW2
NAC4 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC3 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC1 SYNC/TEMPORAL
SW1
NAC4 IN1/IN2
NAC3 IN1/IN2
D37
ACTIVE
TB6
D3: GROUND FAULT TROUBLE
TB3
TB4
SW5
GROUND FAULT
LOCATOR
D40
SYNC BUS
D38
SILENCE
NAC2 IN1/IN2
NAC1 IN1/IN2
SW4
SYNC PROTOCOL
D31
INPUT1
D36
INPUT2
D2
SYNC PROTOCOL
SBUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
SBUS MASTER/REMOTE
SW3
GF DETECT ON/OFF
AUX POWER CP/MP
D30
GENERAL TROUBLE
D9
NAC3-NAC4 CLASS A/B
IN2
POWER
NAC1-NAC2 CLASS A/B
D1
IN1 TROUBLE
TB1
IN1
TB2
RET1
CC1
IN2
RET2
CC2
SBUS
IN
SBUS
RET
SIL
IN
COM NC NO
TROUBLE
SUPERVISED
NAC OUTPUT
TO NEXT PS-6 (8) OR EOLR
(COMPATIBLE WITH FACP)
TO FACP
SLC LOOP
SLC LOOP
TO NEXT PS-6 (8) OR EOLR
(10K OHMS)
ADDRESSABLE
CONTROL
MODULE
AUX
OUT
NAC1
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
NAC4
OUT
X
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
PS-8 ENCLOSURE
 This mode will only synchronize Wheelock horns, horn strobes, and strobes with the synchronization capability.
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Sheet 27 of 37
Example 11:
NAC STROBES ACTIVATED SEPERATELY, with all circuits synchronized
PS-8 ENCLOSURE
D4-D8: SEE
TABLE 9
SW6
TROUBLE LATCH OFF/ON
SBUS IN1/IN2
IN2 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
IN1 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
< D8-D4 >
SW2
NAC4 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC3 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC1 SYNC/TEMPORAL
SW1
NAC4 IN1/IN2
NAC3 IN1/IN2
D37
ACTIVE
TB6
D3: GROUND FAULT TROUBLE
TB3
TB4
SW5
GROUND FAULT
LOCATOR
D40
SYNC BUS
D38
SILENCE
NAC2 IN1/IN2
NAC1 IN1/IN2
SW4
SYNC PROTOCOL
D31
INPUT1
INPUT2
D36
D2
SYNC PROTOCOL
SBUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
SBUS MASTER/REMOTE
SW3
GF DETECT ON/OFF
AUX POWER CP/MP
D30
GENERAL TROUBLE
D9
NAC3-NAC4 CLASS A/B
IN2
POWER
NAC1-NAC2 CLASS A/B
D1
IN1 TROUBLE
TB1
TB2
IN1
CC1
RET1
RET2
IN2
CC2
SBUS
IN
SIL
IN
SBUS
RET
COM NC NO
TROUBLE
AUX
OUT
NAC1
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
NAC4
OUT
X
TO NEXT PS-6 (8) OR EOLR
(COMPATIBLE WITH FACP)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO FACP
SLC LOOP
ADDRESSABLE
CONTROL
MODULE
PS-8 ENCLOSURE
D4-D8: SEE
TABLE 9
SW6
TROUBLE LATCH OFF/ON
SBUS IN1/IN2
IN2 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
IN1 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
< D8-D4 >
SW2
NAC4 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC3 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC1 SYNC/TEMPORAL
SW1
NAC4 IN1/IN2
NAC3 IN1/IN2
D37
ACTIVE
TB6
D3: GROUND FAULT TROUBLE
TB3
TB4
SW5
GROUND FAULT
LOCATOR
D40
SYNC BUS
D38
SILENCE
NAC2 IN1/IN2
NAC1 IN1/IN2
SW4
SYNC PROTOCOL
D31
INPUT1
INPUT2
D36
D2
SYNC PROTOCOL
SBUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
SBUS MASTER/REMOTE
SW3
GF DETECT ON/OFF
AUX POWER CP/MP
D30
GENERAL TROUBLE
D9
NAC3-NAC4 CLASS A/B
IN2
POWER
NAC1-NAC2 CLASS A/B
D1
IN1 TROUBLE
TB1
IN1
TB2
RET1
CC1
IN2
RET2
CC2
SBUS
IN
SBUS
RET
SIL
IN
COM NC NO
TROUBLE
TO NEXT PS-6 (8) OR EOLR
(COMPATIBLE WITH FACP)
TO FACP
SLC LOOP
TO NEXT PS-6 (8) OR EOLR
(10K OHMS)
ADDRESSABLE
CONTROL
MODULE
AUX
OUT
NAC1
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
NAC4
OUT
X
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
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Example 12:
NAC HORNS ACTIVATED SEPARATELY, with all circuits synchronized
D4-D8: SEE
TABLE 9
SW6
TROUBLE LATCH OFF/ON
SBUS IN1/IN2
IN2 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
IN1 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
< D8-D4 >
SW2
NAC4 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC3 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC1 SYNC/TEMPORAL
SW1
NAC4 IN1/IN2
NAC3 IN1/IN2
D37
ACTIVE
TB6
D3: GROUND FAULT TROUBLE
TB3
TB4
SW5
GROUND FAULT
LOCATOR
D40
SYNC BUS
D38
SILENCE
NAC2 IN1/IN2
NAC1 IN1/IN2
SW4
SYNC PROTOCOL
D31
INPUT1
INPUT2
D36
D2
SYNC PROTOCOL
SBUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
SBUS MASTER/REMOTE
SW3
GF DETECT ON/OFF
AUX POWER CP/MP
D30
GENERAL TROUBLE
D9
NAC3-NAC4 CLASS A/B
IN2
POWER
NAC1-NAC2 CLASS A/B
D1
IN1 TROUBLE
TB1
TB2
IN1
CC1
RET1
RET2
IN2
CC2
SBUS
IN
SIL
IN
SBUS
RET
COM NC NO
TROUBLE
AUX
OUT
NAC1
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
NAC4
OUT
X
TO NEXT PS-6 (8) OR EOLR
(COMPATIBLE WITH FACP)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO FACP
SLC LOOP
ADDRESSABLE
CONTROL
MODULE
D4-D8: SEE
TABLE 9
SW6
TROUBLE LATCH OFF/ON
SBUS IN1/IN2
IN2 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
IN1 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
< D8-D4 >
SW2
NAC4 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC3 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC1 SYNC/TEMPORAL
SW1
NAC4 IN1/IN2
NAC3 IN1/IN2
D37
ACTIVE
TB6
D3: GROUND FAULT TROUBLE
TB3
TB4
SW5
GROUND FAULT
LOCATOR
D40
SYNC BUS
D38
SILENCE
NAC2 IN1/IN2
NAC1 IN1/IN2
SW4
SYNC PROTOCOL
D31
INPUT1
INPUT2
D36
D2
SYNC PROTOCOL
SBUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
SBUS MASTER/REMOTE
SW3
GF DETECT ON/OFF
AUX POWER CP/MP
D30
GENERAL TROUBLE
D9
NAC3-NAC4 CLASS A/B
IN2
POWER
NAC1-NAC2 CLASS A/B
D1
IN1 TROUBLE
TB1
IN1
TB2
RET1
CC1
IN2
RET2
CC2
SBUS
IN
SBUS
RET
SIL
IN
COM NC NO
TROUBLE
TO NEXT PS-6 (8) OR EOLR
(COMPATIBLE WITH FACP)
TO FACP
SLC LOOP
TO NEXT PS-6 (8) OR EOLR
(10K OHMS)
ADDRESSABLE
CONTROL
MODULE
AUX
OUT
NAC1
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
NAC4
OUT
X
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
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Example 13:
NAC APPLIANCES SYNCHRONIZED all at the same time
D4-D8: SEE
TABLE 9
SW6
TROUBLE LATCH OFF/ON
SBUS IN1/IN2
IN2 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
IN1 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
< D8-D4 >
SW2
NAC4 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC3 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC1 SYNC/TEMPORAL
SW1
NAC4 IN1/IN2
NAC3 IN1/IN2
D37
ACTIVE
TB6
D3: GROUND FAULT TROUBLE
TB3
TB4
SW5
GROUND FAULT
LOCATOR
D40
SYNC BUS
D38
SILENCE
NAC2 IN1/IN2
NAC1 IN1/IN2
SW4
SYNC PROTOCOL
D31
INPUT1
INPUT2
D36
D2
SYNC PROTOCOL
SBUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
SBUS MASTER/REMOTE
SW3
GF DETECT ON/OFF
AUX POWER CP/MP
D30
GENERAL TROUBLE
D9
NAC3-NAC4 CLASS A/B
NAC1-NAC2 CLASS A/B
IN2
POWER
D1
IN1 TROUBLE
TO FACP
"DRY RELAY" OUTPUT
NORMALLY CLOSED (NC)
AND COMMON (COM)
TB1
IN1
TB2
CC1
RET1
IN2
RET2
SBUS
IN
CC2
SIL
IN
SBUS
RET
COM NC NO
TROUBLE
AUX
OUT
NAC1
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
NAC4
OUT
X
10K OHMS
EOLR
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
MAXIMUM WIRE
LENGTH 20 FT.
IN CONDUIT
D4-D8: SEE
TABLE 9
SW6
TROUBLE LATCH OFF/ON
SBUS IN1/IN2
IN2 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
IN1 FOLLOWER OFF/ON
< D8-D4 >
SW2
NAC4 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC3 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC2 SYNC/TEMPORAL
NAC1 SYNC/TEMPORAL
SW1
NAC4 IN1/IN2
NAC3 IN1/IN2
D37
ACTIVE
TB6
D3: GROUND FAULT TROUBLE
TB3
TB4
SW5
GROUND FAULT
LOCATOR
D40
SYNC BUS
D38
SILENCE
NAC2 IN1/IN2
NAC1 IN1/IN2
SW4
SYNC PROTOCOL
D31
INPUT1
INPUT2
D36
D2
SYNC PROTOCOL
SBUS SYNC/TEMPORAL
SBUS MASTER/REMOTE
SW3
GF DETECT ON/OFF
AUX POWER CP/MP
D30
GENERAL TROUBLE
D9
NAC3-NAC4 CLASS A/B
NAC1-NAC2 CLASS A/B
IN2
POWER
D1
IN1 TROUBLE
TB1
IN1
TB2
RET1
CC1
10K OHMS
EOLR
IN2
RET2
CC2
SBUS
IN
SBUS
RET
10K OHMS
EOLR
SIL
IN
COM NC NO
TROUBLE
AUX
OUT
NAC1
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
NAC4
OUT
X
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR (10K OHMS)
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Example 14:
NON-RESETTABLE POWER APPLICATION
SW6
SW2
SW1
SW4
SW3
TB2
TB1
IN1
RET1
CC1
IN2
RET2
CC2
SBUS
IN
SBUS
RET
SIL
IN
COM NO NC
TROUBLE
AUX
OUT
NAC1
OUT
NAC2
OUT
NAC3
OUT
NAC4
OUT
X
COM
NO
NC
TB1
 If door holder does not include an integrated diode one must be added to each door holder as shown in Example 14.
 Ensure that JP1 is installed on the Power Supply PCB (The top pc board.)
 The maximum current rating for a NAC OUT circuit is 3.0 Amps.
 The maximum current rating for all NAC OUTS must not exceed 4.0 Amps.
 For a List of Compatible Auxiliary Devices see table in Section 8.0 on sheet 33.
NOTE: Continuous duty power supply outputs ARE NOT battery backed up. These outputs will TURN OFF if AC Mains
power is lost. These outputs will AUTOMATICALLY TURN ON when AC Mains power is restored.
WARNING: OUTPUTS CONFIGURED AS “CONTINUOUS DUTY POWER SUPPLY OUTPUTS” WILL NOT
SYNCHRONIZE STROBES.
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7.0
BATTERY CALCULATION SHEET
7.1
PS-8 BATTERY CALCULATION SHEET
STANDBY CURRENT CALCULATIONS:
1. The Standby Current for the PS-8 is 0.129 Amps.
*Note: If the PS-EXP is installed in the PS-8, use 0.164 Amps for Standby current.
Amps
2. If this unit is set for Master Mode, multiply the number of remote units by 0.006 Amps.
If this unit is set for Remote Mode, enter 0 Amps.
Amps
3. If you are using AUX in CP Mode, enter the current draw.
If this unit is set for AUX MP Mode, enter 0 Amps.
Amps
4. Add Steps 2 and 3 together:
The maximum current available for AUX CP and Master Mode SYNC BUS is.
(For 24 hour standby time, up to 0.240 Amps maximum – using 12 Ahr batteries)
(For 60 hour standby time, up to 0.020 Amps maximum – using 12 Ahr batteries)
(For 72 hour standby time, up to 0.020 Amps maximum – using 33 Ahr batteries)
(For 24 hour standby / 30 min. alarm, up to 0.110 Amps maximum – using 12 Ahr batteries)
Amps
5. Add Steps 1 and 4 together.
Amps
6. Multiply Step 5 by the required standby time in hours.
For 24 hour standby time, enter 24, for 60 hour standby time, enter 60.
Ahrs
ALARM CURRENT CALCULATIONS:
1. Fill out the chart below to determine Alarm Current requirements.
Appliance
Appliance Name
Type
Appliance Current Draw Quantity Total Current Draw
PS-8*
NAC Extender
0.129 Amps*
1
0.129 Amps*
Total Alarm Current Draw:
*NOTE: If a PS-EXP Board is used use 0.184 Amps in the PS-8 “Total Current Draw” box.
2. Multiply the Total Alarm Current Draw by the amount of Alarm time required.
For 5 Minutes of Alarm, multiply by 0.083 Hours.
For 30 Minutes of Alarm, multiply by 0.5 Hours.
Ahrs
BACKUP BATTERY TOTAL REQUIREMENTS:
1. Add STANDBY CURRENT CALCULATION Step 6 with ALARM CURRENT CALCULATION Step 2.
Ahrs
2. Multiply BACKUP BATTERY TOTAL REQUIREMENTS Step 1 by 1.2 for a 20% Safety Margin.
This is the minimum size battery needed, rated in Amp-Hours (Ahrs) for your application.
Ahrs
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7.2
PS-6 BATTERY CALCULATION SHEET
STANDBY CURRENT CALCULATIONS:
1. The Standby Current for the PS-6 is 0.129 Amps.
*Note: If the PS-EXP is installed in the PS-8, use 0.164 Amps for Standby current.
Amps
2. If this unit is set for Master Mode, multiply the number of remote units by 0.006 Amps.
If this unit is set for Remote Mode, enter 0 Amps.
Amps
3. If you are using AUX in CP Mode, enter the current draw.
If this unit is set for AUX MP Mode, enter 0 Amps.
Amps
4. Add Steps 2 and 3 together:
The maximum current available for AUX CP and Master Mode SYNC BUS is.
(For 24 hour standby time, up to 0.075 Amps maximum – using 7 Ahr batteries)
(For 60 hour standby time, up to 0.020 Amps maximum – using 12 Ahr batteries)
(For 72 hour standby time, up to 0.020 Amps maximum – using 33 Ahr batteries)
(For 24 hour standby time / 30 min. alarm, up to 0.150 Amps maximum – using 12 Ahr batteries)
Amps
5. Add Steps 1 and 4 together.
Amps
6. Multiply Step 5 by the required standby time in hours.
For 24 hour standby time, enter 24, for 60 hour standby time, enter 60.
Amps
ALARM CURRENT CALCULATIONS:
1. Fill out the chart below to determine Alarm Current requirements.
Appliance
Appliance Name
Type
Appliance Current Draw Quantity Total Current Draw
PS-6*
NAC Extender
0.129 Amps*
1
0.129*
Total Alarm Current Draw:
*NOTE: If a PS-EXP Board is used use 0.184 Amps in the PS-8 “Total Current Draw” box.
2. Multiply the Total Alarm Current Draw by the amount of Alarm time required.
For 5 Minutes of Alarm, multiply by 0.083 Hours.
For 30 Minutes of Alarm, multiply by 0.5 Hours.
Ahrs
BACKUP BATTERY TOTAL REQUIREMENTS:
1. Add STANDBY CURRENT CALCULATION Step 6 with ALARM CURRENT CALCULATION Step 2.
Ahrs
2. Multiply BACKUP BATTERY TOTAL REQUIREMENTS Step 1 by 1.2 for a 20% Safety Margin.
This is the minimum size battery needed, rated in Amp-Hours (Ahrs) for your application.
Ahrs
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8.0 LIST OF COMPATIBLE AUXILIARY DEVICES
LIST OF COMPATIBLE AUXILIARY DEVICES
For use with AUX CP MODE ONLY
Manufacturer
Model
GE/EST
SD-4WJ/ESD-4WJ
D285DH
BOSCH
D282A/D283A
MMF-300
FIRELITE
CMF-300
CRF-300
SL-2000
SPACE AGE
SM-501
GENTEX
8000/8003
4WTAB
4WTARB
4WITARB
SYSTEM
4WTRB
SENSOR
4WTB
DH100ACDCLP
R-10T Multi Voltage Relay
R-20T Multi Voltage Relay
For use with AUX MP MODE or CONTINUOUS POWER
Manufacturer
Model
SEM1960
LCN
SEM78020/7820
DHFM12412
DHFM22412
DHFM11224
DHFM21224
DHF24120C
DHS24120C
GE/EST
DHR24120C
1501-AQN5
1502-AQN5
1504-AQN5
1505-AQN5
1508-AQN5
1509-AQN5
D370
BOSCH
D371
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ANY MATERIAL EXTRAPOLATED FROM THIS DOCUMENT OR FROM COOPER NOTIFICATION MANUALS OR OTHER
DOCUMENTS DESCRIBING THE PRODUCT FOR USE IN PROMOTIONAL OR ADVERTISING CLAIMS, OR
FOR ANY OTHER USE, INCLUDING DESCRIPTION OF THE PRODUCT’S APPLICATION, OPERATION. INSTALLATION AND
TESTING IS USED AT THE SOLE RISK OF THE USER, AND COOPER NOTIFICATION WILL NOT HAVE ANY LIABILITY FOR
SUCH USE.
9.0
WARRANTY STATEMENT:
LIMITED WARRANTY
Cooper Wheelock, Inc. dba Cooper Notification and Cooper Notification, Inc. (each, a “Seller”) products must be used within their
published specifications and must be PROPERLY specified, applied, installed, operated, maintained and operationally tested in
accordance with these instructions at the time of installation and at least twice a year or more often and in accordance with local, state
and federal codes, regulations and laws. Specification, application, installation, operation, maintenance and testing must be performed
by qualified personnel for proper operation in accordance with all of the latest National Fire Protection Association (NFPA),
Underwriter’s Laboratories (UL), National Electrical Code (NEC), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), local, state,
county, province, district, federal and other applicable building and fire standards, guidelines, regulations laws and codes including, but
not limited to, all appendices and amendments and the requirements of the local authority having jurisdiction (AHJ). Seller products
when properly specified, applied, installed, operated, maintained and operationally tested as provided above are warranted against
mechanical and electrical defects for a period of (a) three (3) years from date of manufacture with respect to MEDC and Seller Industrial
Signals and Seller Fire and Security Notification Appliances and Devices, or (b) one (1) year from date of manufacture with respect to
Waves and SafePath Voice Evacuation and Mass Notification Systems (date of manufacture is determined by date code.) Correction
of defects by repair or replacement shall be at Seller’s sole discretion and shall constitute fulfillment of all obligations under this
warranty. THE FOREGOING LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL IMMEDIATELY TERMINATE IN THE EVENT ANY PART NOT
FURNISHED BY SELLER IS INSTALLED IN THE PRODUCT. THE FOREGOING LIMITED WARRANTY SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDES
ANY SOFTWARE REQUIRED FOR THE OPERATION OF OR INCLUDED IN A PRODUCT.
SELLER MAKES NO
REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY OTHER KIND, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY WHETHER AS TO
MECHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR ANY OTHER MATTER.
USERS ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING WHETHER A PRODUCT IS SUITABLE FOR THE USER’S PURPOSES,
OR WHETHER IT WILL ACHIEVE THE USER’S INTENDED RESULTS. THERE IS NO WARRANTY AGAINST DAMAGE
RESULTING FROM MISAPPLIACATION, IMPROPER SPECIFICATION, ABUSE, ACCIDENT OR OTHER OPERATING
CONDITIONS BEYOND SELLER’S CONTROL.
SELLER DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE OPERATION OF THE SOFTWARE WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR-FREE OR
THAT THE SOFTWARE WILL MEET ANY OTHER STANDARD OF PERFORMANCE, OR THAT THE FUNCTIONS OR
PERFORMANCE OF THE SOFTWARE WILL MEET THE USER’S REQUIREMENTS. SELLER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY
DELAYS, BREAKDOWNS, INTERRUPTIONS, LOSS, DESTRUCTION, ALTERATION, OR OTHER PROBLEMS IN THE USE OF A
PRODUCT ARISING OUT OF OR CAUSED BY THE SOFTWARE.
THE LIABILITY OF SELLER ARISING OUT OF THE SUPPLYING OF A PRODUCT, OR ITS USE, WHETHER ON WARRANTIES,
NEGLIGENCE, OR OTHERWISE, SHALL NOT IN ANY CASE EXCEED THE COST OF CORRECTING DEFECTS AS STATED IN
THE LIMITED WARRANTY AND UPON EXPIRATION OF THE WARRANTY PERIOD ALL SUCH LIABILITY SHALL TERMINATE.
SELLER IS NOT LIABLE FOR LABOR COSTS INCURRED IN REMOVAL, REINSTALLATION OR REPAIR OF A PRODUCT BY
ANYONE OTHER THAN SELLER OR FOR DAMAGE OF ANY TYPE WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOSS OF
PROFIT OR INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, PUNTIVE OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES. THE FOREGOING
SHALL CONSTITUTE THE SOLE REMEDY OF THE PURCHASER AND THE EXCLUSIVE LIABILITY OF SELLER.
IN NO CASE WILL SELLER’S LIABILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID FOR A PRODUCT.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
SELLER’S LIABILITY ON ANY CLAIM OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE AND BREACH OF WARRNTY, FOR ANY LOSS
OR DAMAGE RESULTING FROM, ARISING OUT OF, OR CONNECTED WITH THIS CONTRACT, OR FROM THE MANUFACTURE,
SALE, DELIVERY, RESALE, REPAIR OR USE OF ANY PRODUCT COVERED BY THIS ORDER SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE
PRICE APPLICABLE TO THE PRODUCT OR PART THEREOF WHICH GIVES RISE TO THE CLAIM. SELLER’S LIABILITY ON ANY
CLAIM OF ANY KIND SHALL CEASE IMMEDIATELY UPON THE INSTALLATION IN THE PRODUCT OF ANY PART NOT
FURNISHED BY SELLER. IN NO EVENT SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM OF ANY KIND UNLESS IT IS PROVEN
THAT ITS PRODUCT WAS THE DIRECT CAUSE OF SUCH CLAIM. FURTHER, IN NO EVENT, INCLUDING IN THE CASE OF A
CLAIM OF NEGLIGENCE, SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, PUNITIVE OR
EXEMPLARY DAMAGES.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE PRECEDING LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO ALL PURCHASERS.
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10.0 LIST OF COMPATIBLE NAC DEVICES:
APPENDIX A
The following is a list of appliances produced by Cooper Wheelock that are compatible with the Wheelock power supplies.
SYNCHRONIZING HORNS
AH-12
AH-24
AH-12WP
AH-24WP
HS-24
MIZ-24S
NH-12/24
HN/HN-C
ZNH
----------SYNCHRONIZING HORN STROBES
AS-121575W
AS-241575W
AS-24MCW
AS-24MCC
AS-24MCWH
AS-24MCCH
AS-2415C
AS-2430C
AS-2475C
AS-24100C
ASWP-2475W
---------NS4-121575W
NS-121575W
HS4-241575W
NS-2-41575W
HS4-24MCW
NS-24MCW
HS4-24MCWH
HS4-24150C
HS/HS-C
---------------------------HS4-24185W
---------ZNS-MCW
---------ZNS-MCWH
---------SYNCHRONIZING STROBES
RSS-121575W
RSSP-121575W
RSS-241575W
RSSP-241575W
RSS-24MCW
RSSP-24MCW
RSS-24MCC
---------RSS-2415C
---------RSS-2430C
---------RSS-2475C
---------RSS-24100C
---------RSS-2415CR
---------RSS-2430CR
---------RSS-2475CR
---------RSS-24100CR
---------RSS-24150C
---------RSS-24177C
---------RSS-24150W
RSSP-24150W
RSS-24177W
RSSP-24177W
RSS-24185W
RSSP-24185W
RSS-24150CR
---------RSS-24177CR
---------RSSWP-2475W
---------ZRS-MCW
---------ZRS-MCWH
ST/ST-C
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APPLIANCES WITH SYNCHRONIZING STROBES
AMT-241575W
AMT4-241575W
AMT-2475W
AMT4-2475W
AMT-241575W-NYC
AMT4-241575W-NYC
AMT-2475W-NYC
AMT4-2475W-NYC
MT-12575W
---------MT-241575W
MT-2475W
MTWP-2475W
ET70WP-2475W
CH70-24MCW
CH90-24MCW
CH70-24MCC
CH90-24MCC
CH70-2415C
CH90-2415C
CH70-2430C
CH90-2430C
CH70-2475C
CH90-2475C
CH70-24100C
CH90-24100C
CH70-24150C
CH90-24150C
CH70-24177C
CH90-24177C
CH70-24150W
CH90-24150W
CH70-24MCWH
CH90-24MCCH
CH70-24185W
CH90-24185W
E70-24MCW
E90-24MCW
E70-24MCC
E90-24MCC
E70-2415C
E90-2415C
E70-2430C
E90-2430C
E70-2475C
E90-2475C
E70-24100C
E90-24100C
E70-24150C
E90-24150C
E70-24177C
E90-24177C
E70-24150W
E90-24150W
E70-24MCWH
E90-24MCCH
E70-24185W
E90-24185W
ET70-24MCW
ET90-24MCW
ET70-24MCC
ET90-24MCC
ET70-2415C
ET90-2415C
ET70-2430C
ET90-2430C
ET70-2475C
ET90-2475C
ET70-24100C
ET90-24100C
ET70-24150C
ET90-24150C
ET70-24177C
ET90-24177C
ET70-24150W
ET90-24150W
ET70-24MCWH
ET90-24MCCH
ET70-24185W
ET90-24185W
SA-70-24-SL
SA-90-24-SL
SA-70-24-SLM
SA-90-24-SLM
CODED AUDIBLE APPLIANCES
AMT-12/24
AMT4-12/24
AMT-12/24-NYC
AMT4-12/24-NYC
CH70
CH90
CSX10-24-DC
CSXG10-24-DC
MT-12/24
MT4-12/24
NON-SYNCHRONIZING APPLIANCES
MB-G6-12
MB-G6-24
MB-G10-12
MB-G10-24
MIZ-TC12
MIZ-TC24
P84905-001 G
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