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Wheelock POWERPATH PS-12-24-8 Instruction manual
POWERPATH
PS-12/24-8CP
(103047)
POWER BOOSTER
POWER SUPPLY
Installation Instructions
273 Branchport Avenue, Long Branch, NJ 07740-6899 Ph: (800) 631-2148 Fax: (732) 222-8707
Web Site: www.wheelockinc.com e-mail: info@wheelockinc.com
Copyright 2004 Wheelock, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Thank you for using our products.
Use this product according to this instruction manual.
Please keep this instruction manual for future reference.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0 - INTRODUCTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
3
1.1 - INTRODUCTION
3
1.2 - SPECIFICATIONS
4
1.3 - TERMINOLOGY
4
1.4 - TERMINAL IDENTIFICATION
5
1.5 - LED STATUS
7
1.6 - BATTERY MAINTENANCE
7
2.0 - INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
7
2.1 - UNPACKING
7
2.2 - MOUNTING
7
2.3 - WIRING
9
2.4 - RELAY STATUS CONNECTIONS
9
3.0 - OPERATION
11
3.1 - MODES OF OPERATION
11
3.2 - DIP SWITCH SETTINGS
11
3.3 - CLASS “B” OPERATION
12
3.4 - CLASS “A” OPERATION
15
3.5 - MASTER REMOTE OPERATION
19
4.0 - TROUBLESHOOTING
21
5.0 - BATTERY CALCULATION SHEET
22
6.0 - WARRANTY STATEMENT
23
WHEELOCK INC. COMPATIBLE APPLIANCES
Appendix A
LIST OF FIGURES
FIGURE 1: TERMINAL LOCATIONS
6
FIGURE 2: MOUNTING DIMENSIONS
8
FIGURE 3: POWERPATH PS-12/24-8CP
10
FIGURE 4: OUTPUT DIP SWITCH(S)
11
LIST OF TABLES
TABLE 1: TERMINAL IDENTIFICATION
5
TABLE 2: LED STATUS DESCRIPTION
7
TABLE 3: DIP SWITCH SELECTION
9
TABLE 4: TROUBLE SHOOTING
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NOTE: All CAUTIONS and WARNINGS are identified by the symbol
letters.
. All WARNINGS are printed in bold capital
WARNING: 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 PS-12/24-8CP POWERPATH is an 8 Amp, 12/24VDC, filtered and regulated, supervised remote power
supply/charger used for supervision and expanded power driving capability for Fire Alarm Notification
Appliance Circuits. The PS-12/24-8CP may be connected to any 12VDC or 24VDC Fire Alarm Control
Panel (FACP) by using a Notification Appliance Circuit (NAC) or a “Dry Contact”. Primary applications
include NAC expansion (supports ADA requirements) and auxiliary power to support system accessories.
This unit provides filtered and regulated 12VDC or 24VDC, 8 Amp up to four (4) Class "B", two (2) Class “A”,
or two (2) Class “B” and one (1) Class “A” Notification Appliance Circuits. Additionally, a continuous auxiliary
power output of up to 0.2 Amps for 24 hours and up to 0.06 Amps for 60 hours is provided. The PS-12/248CP also contains a battery charger capable of charging either 7 or 12 Amp/Hour (AH) of battery backup.
Two FACP NAC circuits or two “Dry” contact closures can be connected to the POWERPATH inputs. These
inputs can then be directed to control supervision and power delivery to any combination of the four (4)
outputs.
Each 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-12/24-8CP NAC circuits shall not exceed 8.0 Amps.
The PS-12/24-8CP under non-alarmed 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 POWERPATH
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 the PS-12/248CP. Audibles can be silenced with only two wires. 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 864 Standard for Control Units for Fire Protective Signaling Systems
• Pending: FM
• Pending: MEA approved – NYC Dept. of Buildings
• Pending: California State Fire Marshall (CSFM) approved
• Pending: Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) Chicago
• NFPA 72 compliant
Inputs:
• 120VAC, 50/60Hz, 5.0 Amps or 240VAC, 50/60Hz 3.0 Amps Operating Power in Alarm
• 12/24VDC 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
Outputs:
• Switch selectable 12VDC or 24VDC power limited outputs
• 8 Amp in alarm supply current at 12VDC or 24VDC
• Capable of four (4), Class "B" circuits (2.0 Amps each)
• Capable of two (2) Class “A” circuits (3.0 Amps each)
• Capable of one (1) Class “A” circuit (3.0 Amps) and two (2) Class “B” circuits (2.0 Amps each)
• Capable of two (2) Class “B” circuits (3.0 Amps each) and (2) Class “B” circuits (2.0 Amps total)
• 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>OUT SYNC” mode (SM, DSM or 2nd PS-12/24-8CP is
required)
• Audible silence capability
• Filtered and electronically regulated output
• 0.06 Amp continuous auxiliary power for 60 hours, which is power limited with reset capability.
• 0.2 Amp continuous auxiliary power for 24 hours, which is power limited with reset capability.
Supervision:
• Compatible with 12VDC or 24VDC FACP
• Signaling appliance loops are supervised and steered to either IN1 or IN2
• 2.2K Ohm, 1 Watt (Wheelock Model #MPEOL) End of Line Resistor (EOLR) for supervision of all outputs
• Common input and output trouble circuits
• Automatic switchover to standby battery when AC fails
• Thermal and short circuit protection with auto reset
• Input and output status LED indicators
• AC fail supervision (Form C contact, 1 Amp 28VDC)
• Battery presence and low battery supervision (Form C contact, 1 Amp 28VDC)
• Ground Fault Detection
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
AH = Ampere/Hour
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1.4 TERMINAL IDENTIFICATION
Table 1: Terminal Identification
Terminal Block
Identification
Numbers (Figure 1)
TB4-1, 2
Terminal
Identification
IN1+,IN1-
TB4-3, 4,
RET1+, RET1-
TB5-1, 2
TB5-5, 4
TB4-5, 6
IN2+, IN2RET2+, RET2C “DRY1” NC
TB5-5, 6
C “DRY2” NC
TB6-1, 2
TB6-3, 4
TB6-5, 6
TB6-7, 8
+OUT1+OUT2+OUT3+OUT4-
TB7-1-3
“NO” “C” “NC”
(COMMON
TROUBLE
OUTPUT)
+ AUX -
TB7-4, 5
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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 trip the FACP by opening
the FACP loop. 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.
Same as IN1+, IN1- for corresponding terminals.
Same as RET1+, RET1- for corresponding terminals.
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. NOTE: When these
terminals are not in use, a jumper must be connected across them.
Operates the same as IN2+,IN2- for corresponding terminals. When
these terminals are not in use, a jumper must be connected across them.
Indicating appliances are connected to these outputs (See Examples in
Operation Section). 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 Normal Mode, Temporal Mode, IN>OUT SYNC Mode, or
WHEELOCK SYNC 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. NOTE: When the panel has
been set to synchronization mode, IN1 is used for strobe activation and
IN2 is used for audible silence. Individual output control is disabled.
Typically used to trigger remote alerts or other reporting appliances.
Form C contacts rated 28VDC at 1 Amp.
This output is capable of 0.06 Amps for 60 hours or 0.2 Amps for
24 hours which can be used on battery backup for desired auxiliary
equipment.
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AC POWER
120VAC, 50/60Hz
OR
240VAC, 50/60Hz
(NONPOWER-LIMITED, SUPERVISED)
MADE IN USA
WITH PRIDE
(LINE OR BLACK LEAD)
L1
(NEUTRAL OR WHITE LEAD)
L2
(GROUND OR GREEN LEAD) EARTH
TB1
F1
G
L2
G
L1
SW1
AC POWER
SELECTION
120/240VAC
10 AMP
250V
115V
AC POWER
FUSE
OUT TRB
D9
D8
OUT1
D13
OUT2 D15
SW2 SW3
1 2 3 4
OUTPUT1
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
OUTPUT2
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
SW5 SW6
ON
OFF
ON
AC
INP2
GND
FAULT
BATT
1 2 3 4
OUT4 D19
1 2 3 4
OUT3 D16
1 2 3 4
D14
D18
D10
INP1
D71
POWER SUPPLY DC
SW4
OUTPUT3
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
OUTPUT4
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
O
N
DC POWER OUT
12V
SELECTION
24V
12Vdc OR 24Vdc
OFF
TB3
AUXILIARY POWER
RESET
SW7
(MP VERSION)
D70
SW8
P84230
REV.
BATTERY CONNECTION
BATT 7AH-12AH
+
(NONPOWER-LIMITED,
SUPERVISED)
MICRO
FAULT
SYS
RESET
CLASS A/B
SELECTION
SWITCHES
SW9
1 2 3 4
RET1- DRY1
IN1IN1+
C NC
RET1+
RET2- DRY2
IN2IN2+
C NC
RET2+
OUT1
+
-
OUT2
+
-
OUT3
+
-
OUT4
+
-
NO
C
NC
TB4
NAC
ACTIVATION
FROM FACP
IN1
TO NEXT
BOOSTER
RET1
SHORTED (NO ALARM)
OPEN (ALARM)
DRY1
TB6
AUXILIARY POWER OUTPUT
3.5A (MP VERSION)
0.2A 24HR or 0.06A 60HR (CP VERSION)
(POWER-LIMITED, FAIL-SAFE)
+
+
-
NC TROUBLE RELAY
C
FORM-C
NO (NONSUPERVISED)
+
+
+
+
CONTROL 2
NAC
ACTIVATION
FROM FACP
IN2
TO NEXT
BOOSTER
RET2
SHORTED (NO ALARM)
OPEN (ALARM)
DRY2
+
+
-
WARNING
FCC COMPLIANCE:
W1
TB7
TB5
CONTROL 1
AUX
+
-
NAC4
NAC3
NAC2
28VDC 1 AMPPOWER-LIMITED
NAC OUTPUTS
EOLR 2.2K
CLASS A OR B
(POWER-LIMITED, SUPERVISED)
NAC1
TWO DIFFERENT SOURCES OF POWER MAY BE CONNECTED TO THIS UNIT.
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
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.
PAT. PEND.
PAT. 5400009, 5608375, 5751210, 5982275
FGN PAT. 185360, 2282717
Figure 1:
Terminal Locations
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1.5
LED STATUS
Table 2 lists status of the LED indicators. The ALARM condition occurs when the input causes the output
circuits to energize. TROUBLE condition occurs when the circuit is no longer supervised correctly. The
TROUBLE LED’s for OUT1, OUT2, OUT3, OUT4 and, GND FAULT latch ON when the trouble occurs.
They are turned OFF when an alarm condition occurs or the PS12/24-8CP system rest (SW8) is pressed.
The trouble relay follows any trouble condition and is not latching.
NOTE: An alarm condition overrides a trouble condition.
Table 2: LED Status Description
LED
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4
INP1
INP2
GND FAULT
AC
BATT
MICRO FAULT
POWER SUPPLY DC
OFF
STANDBY
STANDBY
STANDBY
STANDBY
STANDBY
STANDBY
-------No AC
--------------TROUBLE
ON
----------------------------ALARM
ALARM
TROUBLE
AC Present
TROUBLE
TROUBLE
DC PRESENT
ON
TROUBLE
TROUBLE
TROUBLE
TROUBLE
TROUBLE*
TROUBLE*
------------------------------------
* NOTE: If INP1 or INP2 LED and OUT1-OUT4 TROUBLE LED are on, TROUBLE exists currently.
1.6 BATTERY MAINTENANCE
Battery Replacement: Power-Sonic (or equal) 12VDC, 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 setting. Use
either a 7AH battery or a 12AH battery in accordance with the proper battery calculation for the application
using BATTERY CALCULATION SHEET provided on Sheet 23.
NOTE: Battery compartment measures 4-1/2" High X 11-1/2" Wide X 4-1/2" Deep.
2.0 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:
NOTE: The PS-12/24-8CP POWERPATH 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 board is securely mounted to the rear of
the enclosure.
2.2 MOUNTING
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT
TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION: 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).
Mount the POWERPATH in the desired location using the mounting dimensions in Figure 2.
Mount the panel in a location that does not exceed a temperature range of 0° C to 49° C (32° F to 120° F)
and a humidity equal to 10% to 85% at 30° C (86° F) non-condensing.
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.
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1.060"
10.000"
.544"
13.950"
Figure 2:
Mounting Dimensions
DIMENSIONS (H x W x D) - 16” x 12.25” x 5”
NOTE: All dimensions shown are measured in inches.
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2.3 WIRING
Review the Operation Section (3.0) in order to select the proper hook-up and use of the POWERPATH.
Set switches and wire the POWERPATH as follows: Terminal locations are shown in Figure 1.
Set Power Supply switch (SW1) for 120VAC or 240VAC operation. See Figure 1.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Set Power Supply switch (SW4) for desired output voltage (Down for 24VDC, Up for 12VDC). See
Figure 1.
Set output DIP Switch(s) to follow corresponding input (IN1, IN2) and desired output mode. See Table
3 DIP Switch Selection and DIP Switch Settings Section (3.2).
Set DIP Switch SW9 position 1 & 2 to select Class “A” or Class “B” operation (Off for Class "B", On for
Class "A"). See Figure 1.
Dress battery wire down to the back of the enclosure, observing ¼” separation of power limited wire
V.S. non-power limited wiring. See Figure 3.
Connect notification appliances to desired outputs OUT1 – OUT4. See Operation Section (3.0).
•
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 inches 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 FACP during supervision.
Total load for the PS-12/24-8CP NAC circuits shall not exceed 8.0 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.
Terminate unused outputs with a 2.2K Ohm EOLR.
•
•
•
•
F.
G.
•
Connect the indicating circuit(s) from the FACP to the desired input(s), IN1 and IN2. Connect EOLR to
RET1 and RET2. The value is determined by FACP.
Connect desired auxiliary equipment to the auxiliary output terminals +AUX-.
•
Total load of the AUX output shall not exceed 0.06 Amps during 60 hour battery backup. This is UL listed for
5 minute of alarm power. See BATTERY CALCULATION SHEET for further information.
Total load of the AUX output shall not exceed 0.2 Amps during 24 hour battery backup.
•
H.
I.
Connect trouble relays as desired.
Connect backup batteries. Observe correct polarity and voltage. For 12VDC, use a single 12V battery.
For 24VDC, use two of the same connected in series. Use either a 7AH or a 12AH battery depending
on circuit loading, BATTERY CALCULATION SHEET is provided on Sheet 22.
J. Install battery cover between both battery wires and Power Limited Wiring. See Figure 3.
K. 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 hand side using the knock-outs. See Figure 3. Connect Earth Ground First.
L. Press Auxiliary Power Reset, SW7 to ensure that Auxiliary Power is present.
M. Close door and secure with 2 screws on side.
Function
INPUT
SELECT
Switch Position
ON
Table 3: DIP Switch Selection
Description
Selected output to be controlled by Input 1 (IN1+, IN1-) (DRY1)
Note
------
OFF
ON
Selected output to be controlled by Input 2 (IN2+, IN2-) (DRY2)
Generates Code 3 temporal signal on this output.
-----1
Allows a sync signal on the input to be used by the output.
Generates Wheelock sync signal for synchronizing Wheelock horns
and strobes.
-----2
TEMPORAL
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK
SYNC MODE
ON
WHEELOCK SYNC “ON”
IN>OUT SYNC “ON”
NOTE 1: Use only with appliances that can operate using a coded horn appliance. (Example: Wheelock Series CH, and
Series MT)
NOTE 2: Use only with Wheelock Series AS/AH, Series NS/NS4/NH, Series RSS and products with SL/SLM strobes.
2.4
RELAY STATUS CONNECTIONS
COMMON TROUBLE TERMINALS – The common trouble terminals are located on the right bottom side of the PC
Board. The three terminals are labeled “NO”, “C” and “NC”. When the PS-12/24-8CP is operating normally the “NC” “C”
terminals are shorted, and the “C” “NO” terminals are open. There are five trouble conditions that will cause these
terminals to change state. The relay follows the trouble condition and is not latching.
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Supervision trouble on any output
(+OUT1-, +OUT2-, +OUT3-, +OUT4-)
•
Battery Fail
•
AC Loss
•
GND Fault
•
Micro Processor Fault
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AC POWER
NON-POWER LIMITED
120VAC, 5 AMPS, 50/60Hz
240VAC, 3 AMPS, 50/60Hz
TB1
F1
G
L2
G
RELAY CONTACTS
L1
SW1
AC POWER
SELECTION
120/240VAC
10 AMP
250V
115V
AC POWER
FUSE
OUT3 D16
OUT4
INPUT SELECT
OUTPUT2
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
1 2 3 4
OUTPUT1
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
D19
SW2 SW3
SW5 SW6
ON
OFF
ON
AC
INP2
GND
FAULT
BATT
D71
POWER SUPPLY DC
1 2 3 4
D14
D18
1 2 3 4
INPUT CIRCUITS
POWER-LIMITED
D10
INP1
OUTPUT3
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
1 2 3 4
OUT TRB
D9
D8
OUT1
D13
OUT2 D15
OUTPUT4
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
SW4
O
N
AUX OUTPUT
POWER-LIMITED
DC POWER OUT
12V
SELECTION
24V
12Vdc OR 24Vdc
OFF
TB3 AUXILIARY POWER
RESET
D70
SW8
P84230
REV.
BATT
+
SW7
(MP VERSION)
MICRO
FAULT
SYS
RESET
CLASS A/B
SELECTION
SWITCHES
SW9
1 2 3 4
RET1- DRY1
IN1IN1+
C NC
RET1+
RET2- DRY2
IN2IN2+
C NC
RET2+
OUT1
+
-
OUT2
+
-
OUT3
+
-
OUT4
+
-
NO
C
TB4
NC
AUX
+
-
W1
TB7
TB5
OUTPUT CIRCUITS
POWER-LIMITED
TB6
BATTERY
COVER
RESTS ON
TOP OF
BATTERIES
BLACK + YELLOW RED +
BATTERY WIRES
TO BE DRESSED
TO BACK OF
ENCLOSURE
TO ENSURE
POWER LIMITED
V.S. NON POWER
LIMITED 1/4"
SEPARATION.
RED +
-
+
BLACK -
+ YELLOW -
+
-
BATTERY TERMINALS
TOP VIEW
Figure 3:
POWERPATH PS-12/24-8CP
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3.0 OPERATION:
3.1 MODES OF OPERATION
The PS-12/24-8CP POWERPATH can provide a 12VDC or 24VDC output when initiated by a 8VDC to
33VDC appliance (IN1 or IN2) or an open contact (DRY1 or DRY2). The output will remain on until the
deactivation of the input returns it to standby mode.
The outputs can be configured as four Class “B” circuits, two Class “A” circuits, or two Class “B” and one
Class “A” circuits.
Each Class "A" circuit is 3.0 Amps and each Class "B" circuit is 3.0 Amps. Total load for the PS-12/24-8CP
NAC circuits shall not exceed 8.0 Amps.
There are four output modes which can be used with either Class “A” or Class “B” circuits.
NORMAL MODE
Used for a constant 12VDC or 24VDC output.
TEMPORAL MODE
Provides a temporal output for appliances that can utilize a coded
signal. (i.e. single stroke bells and chimes and some horns) (NOTE:
Do not use with Wheelock AS, NS, RSS appliances.)
IN>OUT SYNC MODE
Allows a coded signal or synchronization signal input to be utilized by
the POWERPATH. This signal may come from a FACP, another PS12/24-8CP or a Wheelock Synchronization Module (SM-12/24 or DSM12/24). Audibles can also be silenced.
WHEELOCK SYNC MODE
Activates the built-in Wheelock Synchronization Mode for use with
patented synchronized horns and strobes. Audibles can also be
silenced.
3.2 DIP SWITCH SETTINGS
The following is the DIP Switch settings for Output 1. Each of the remaining outputs is controlled similarly.
When switches are changed, press SYS RESET and wait 30 seconds before activating.
Figure 4:
Output DIP Switch(s)
2
1
2
3
4
OUT1-4
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
ON
MODE
NORMAL MODE
DIP SWITCH
INPUT SELECT (1)
TEMPORAL
TEMPORAL (2)
WHEELOCK SYNC (3)
IN>OUT SYNC (4)
INPUT SELECT (1)
IN>OUT SYNC
TEMPORAL (2)
WHEELOCK SYNC (3)
IN>OUT SYNC (4)
INPUT SELECT (1)
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL (2)
WHEELOCK SYNC (3)
IN>OUT SYNC (4)
INPUT SELECT (1)
TEMPORAL (2)
WHEELOCK SYNC (3)
IN>OUT SYNC (4)
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SETTING
“ON” for
“OFF” for
“OFF”
“OFF”
“OFF”
“ON” for
“OFF” for
“ON”
“OFF”
“OFF”
“ON” for
“OFF” for
“OFF”
“OFF”
“ON”
“ON” for
“OFF” for
“OFF”
“ON”
“ON”
“IN1” or “DRY1”
“IN2” or “DRY2”
“IN1” or “DRY1”
“IN2” or “DRY2”
“IN1” or “DRY1”
“IN2” or “DRY2”
“IN1” or “DRY1”
“IN2” or “DRY2”
Sheet 11 of 23
3.3 CLASS “B” OPERATION
Class “B” outputs can be controlled from either IN1 or IN2. Switch SW9 position 1 & 2 on the board are in
the “OFF” position.
The following are examples of Class “B” connections. A FACP is used as a representative input.
•
IN1 and/or IN2 can be used for connection to the FACP. The INPUT SELECT Switch (1) selects which
input is to be used to activate the output.
•
Board switch SW9 position 1 & 2 control Class “A” or Class “B” configuration. SW9 position 1 controls
Outputs 1 and 3. SW9 position 2 controls Outputs 2 and 4.
•
The PS-12/24-8MP requires a 2.2K Ohm End of Line Resistor (EOLR) on each output for proper
supervision.
2
3
4
Example 1: NORMAL MODE (CLASS B)
F
A
C
P
1
+
IN1
ON
-
+
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR
(2.2K OHMS)
+
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR
(2.2K OHMS)
OUT1-4
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC OUT1
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
-
OUT2
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
+
OR EOLR
RET1
-
-
POWERPATH
+
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR
(2.2K OHMS)
OUT3
-
SW9
ON
+
2
1
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR
(2.2K OHMS)
OUT4
4
3
-
LEGEND
AUDIBLE
STROBE
Example 2: TEMPORAL MODE (CLASS B)
+
4
3
+
1
ON
4
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
+
OR EOLR
RET1
3
2
1
F
A
C
P
2
IN1
-
-
ON
IN>OUT SYNC OUT1
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
OUT2-4
IN>OUT SYNC
+
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
OUT2
INPUT SELECT
POWERPATH
OUT3
SW9
2
3
4
OUT4
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR
(2.2K OHMS)
-
+
-
ON
1
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR
(2.2K OHMS)
OUT1
+
-
EOLR
2.2K OHMS
EOLR
2.2K 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)
CODED
+
+
IN1
4
-
3
1
-
2
ON
RET2
OUT1
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
OUT2-4
4
3
CONSTANT
2
+
1
F
A
C
P
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
+
OR EOLR
IN2
-
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
+
OR EOLR
-
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR
(2.2K OHMS)
OUT1
ON
SW9
+
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR
(2.2K OHMS)
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
OUT2
INPUT SELECT
-
POWERPATH
RET2
OUT3
+
-
EOLR
2.2K OHMS
SW9
ON
1
2
3
OUT4
4
+
-
EOLR
2.2K OHMS
Minimum pulse duration for coded signals must be greater than 0.4 seconds.
CAUTION: Strobes require constant voltage and will not operate properly in the IN>OUT SYNC MODE with a
coded input source. A second constant input with 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.
Example 4:
IN>OUT SYNC MODE with External Sync Module without Audible Silence
(CLASS B)
SM/DSM
-
3
2
+ IN1
MINUS 1
1
F
A
C
P
IN1
4
+ OUT1
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
+
OR EOLR
ON
OUT1-4
OUT1
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
RET1
-
OUT2
+ AUDIBLE
- AUDIBLE
TO NEXT
APPLIANCE
OR EOLR
(2.2K OHMS)
+
+
+
-
POWERPATH
OUT3
+
-
EOLR
2.2K OHMS
EOLR
2.2K OHMS
SW9
ON
OUT4
1
2
3
4
+
-
EOLR
2.2K OHMS
NOTE: When using the Wheelock external Sync Module (SM or DSM), synchronization will only occur with
Wheelock sync appliances.
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Sheet 13 of 23
Example 5:
IN>OUT SYNC MODE with External Sync Module with Audible Silence
(CLASS B)
SM/DSM
+
4
+
MINUS 1
1
F
A
C
P
TO NEXT
APPLIANCE
OR EOLR
2
-
+ OUT1
+ IN1
3
IN1
ON
+
RET1
-
EOLR
+ AUDIBLE
OUT2
POWERPATH
- AUDIBLE
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR
(2.2K OHMS)
OUT1-4
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC OUT1
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
OUT3
+
-
+
-
EOLR
2.2K OHMS
EOLR
2.2K OHMS
SW9
ON
OUT4
+
-
1
2
3
4
EOLR
2.2K OHMS
NOTE: When using the Wheelock external Sync Module (SM or DSM), synchronization will only occur with
Wheelock sync appliances.
Example 6:
WHEELOCK SYNC MODE without Audible Silence (CLASS B)
4
+
-
3
IN1
2
1
F
A
C
P
+
ON
RET1
+
OUT1-4
OUT2
+
-
EOLR
2.2K OHMS
POWERPATH
+
-
IN2
OUT3
+
-
+
-
EOLR
2.2K OHMS
RET2 TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR
SW9
ON
OUT4
+
-
1
•
•
•
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR
(2.2K OHMS)
IN>OUT SYNC
OUT1
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
2
3
EOLR
2.2K OHMS
4
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 initiating input to IN2 is not required.
When synchronized horns are used on the two wire output of the POWERPATH, IN2 must be connected as
shown or the horns will not operate.
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Sheet 14 of 23
Example 7: WHEELOCK SYNC MODE with Audible Silence (CLASS B)
+
+
IN>OUT SYNC
OUT1
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
3
2
1
F
A
C
P
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
+
OR EOLR
ON
RET1
-
OUT2
AUDIBLE
SILENCE
+
-
POWERPATH
+
-
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
+
OR EOLR
-
IN2
OUT3
+
-
EOLR
2.2K OHMS
EOLR
2.2K OHMS
RET2
SW9
ON
OUT4
+
-
1
•
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR
(2.2K OHMS)
OUT1-4
4
IN1
-
2
4
3
EOLR
2.2K OHMS
This mode will only synchronize Wheelock horns, horn strobes, and strobes with the synchronization capability.
3.4 CLASS “A” OPERATION
Class “A” circuit 1 uses “OUT1” and “OUT3”. Class “A” circuit 2 uses “OUT2” and “OUT4”. When operating
in Class “A” the two circuits must have the same switch settings for the operational mode selected. Switch
SW9 position 1 & 2 on the PC board are in the “ON” position.
•
•
•
IN1 and/or IN2 can be used for connection to the FACP. The INPUT SELECT Switch (1) selects which
input is to be used to activate the output.
Board switch SW9 position 1 & 2 control Class “A” or Class “B” configuration. SW9 position 1 controls
Outputs 1 and 3. Switch SW9 position 2 controls Outputs 2 and 4.
DIP Switch settings for each circuit in the Class “A” output must be set identically.
Example 8: NORMAL MODE (CLASS A)
OUT1-4
4
+
3
IN1
2
-
1
F
A
C
P
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
+
OR EOLR
RET1
OR RETURN
TO FACP
(CLASS "A")
ON
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
OUT1
+
-
OUT2 +
-
POWERPATH
OUT3 +
SW9
ON
1
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2
3
4
OUT4 +
Sheet 15 of 23
Example 9: TEMPORAL MODE (CLASS A)
OUT1
OUT2
-
ON
OUT4
3
3
OUT2 +
-
4
4
2
2
1
1
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
ON
1
RET1
+
-
2
ON
+
3
1
F
A
C
P
2
-
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR
OR RETURN
TO FACP
(CLASS "A")
OUT1
4
3
IN1
OUT3
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
4
+
ON
POWERPATH
OUT3 +
SW9
ON
OUT4 +
1
2
3
4
CAUTION: Strobes require constant voltage and will not operate properly in the TEMPORAL MODE. A second
Class “A” output set in the NORMAL MODE will provide the constant voltage for the strobe circuit. Only use sounding
appliances that can use a coded signal. Do not use Wheelock AS/AH or NS/NS4/NH appliances with TEMPORAL
MODE.
Example 10: IN>OUT SYNC MODE from CODED INPUT SOURCE (CLASS A)
CODED
OUT1
1
ON
+
+
OUT1 -
2
1
ON
RET1
OUT2
-
OUT2+
-
3
3
2
2
1
1
ON
OUT4
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
4
4
F
A
C
P
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR
OR RETURN
TO FACP
(CLASS "A")
2
-
3
3
IN1
OUT3
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
4
4
+
ON
CONSTANT
+
IN2
-
+
POWERPATH
RET2
-
SW9
-
OUT4 +
ON
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR
OR RETURN
TO FACP
(CLASS "A")
-
OUT3 +
1
2
3
4
CAUTION: Strobes require constant voltage and will not operate properly in the IN>OUT SYNC MODE with a
coded input. A second Class “A” output set in the NORMAL MODE will provide the constant voltage for the strobe
circuit. Only use audible appliances that can use a coded signal. Do not use Wheelock AS/AH or NS/NS4/NH
appliances with a coded input.
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Sheet 16 of 23
Example 11: IN>OUT SYNC MODE with External Sync Module without Audible Silence
(CLASS A)
SM/DSM
2
1
MINUS 1
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
3
+ IN1
OUT1-4
-
4
F
A
C
P
+
IN1
+ OUT1
TO NEXT APPLIANCE +
OR EOLR
RET1
+
-
ON
-
+ AUDIBLE
OUT1
OUT2 +
-
POWERPATH
- AUDIBLE
-
OUT3 +
SW9
ON
OUT4 +
2
1
4
3
NOTE: When using the Wheelock external Sync Module (SM or DSM), synchronization will only occur with
Wheelock sync appliances.
Example 12: IN>OUT SYNC MODE with External Sync Module with Audible Silence
(CLASS A)
SM/DSM
OUT1-4
-
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
4
3
MINUS 1
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR
1
+ IN1
2
F
A
C
P
+
IN1
+ OUT1
+
EOLR
+ AUDIBLE
- AUDIBLE
+
-
ON
RET1
-
AUDIBLE
SILENCE
OUT1
OUT2 +
-
POWERPATH
-
OUT3 +
SW9
ON
OUT4 1
2
3
4
+
NOTE: When using the Wheelock external Sync Module (SM or DSM), synchronization will only occur with
Wheelock sync appliances.
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Sheet 17 of 23
Example 13: WHEELOCK SYNC MODE without Audible Silence (CLASS A)
OUT1-4
4
3
2
IN1
1
F
A
C
P
+
-
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
+
-
ON
-
RET1
+
OUT2 +
-
POWERPATH
+
-
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR
OR RETURN
TO FACP
(CLASS "A")
IN2
-
OUT3 +
-
RET2
+
SW9
ON
OUT4
2
1
•
•
•
OUT1
-
+
4
3
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 initiating input to IN2 is not required.
When synchronized horns are used on the two wire output of the POWERPATH, IN2 must be connected as
shown or the horns will not operate.
Example 14: WHEELOCK SYNC MODE with Audible Silence (CLASS A)
OUT1-4
+
4
IN1
2
+
1
F
A
C
P
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR
OR RETURN
TO FACP
(CLASS "A")
3
-
RET1
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
+
-
ON
-
OUT2 +
-
POWERPATH
AUDIBLE SILENCE
+
OUT3 +
IN2
TO NEXT APPLIANCE
OR EOLR
OR RETURN
TO FACP
(CLASS "A")
-
+
RET2
SW9
ON
OUT4 +
1
•
OUT1
2
3
4
This mode will only synchronize Wheelock horns, horn strobes, and strobes with the synchronization capability.
COMBINATION CLASS “A” AND CLASS “B” HOOKUP
The PS-12/24-8CP POWERPATH can be configured to have one Class “A” (3.0 Amps) and two Class “B” (2.0 Amps
each circuit) Outputs at the same time. This is done by Switch SW9 position 1 & 2. NOTE: When SW9 position 1 is
on, OUTPUTS 1 and 3 are the Class “A” circuit. When SW9 position 2 is on, OUTPUTS 2 and 4 are the Class “A”
circuit.
COMBINATION OF MODES
• In Class “B” configuration, each output can be set to an independent mode as desired.
• In Class “B”, IN1 or IN2 can be selected to activate any of the outputs desired.
• In Class “A”, OUTPUT DIP Switches must be set identically for each Class “A” output.
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Sheet 18 of 23
3.5 MASTER REMOTE OPERATION:
Example 15: Synchronized Multiple PS-12/24-8MP or PS12/24-8CP Using a Master PS12/24-8MP or PS12/24-8CP (in the WHEELOCK SYNC MODE) Without Audible Silence, and
Using Input #1.
GND L2
L1
TB1
GND
F1
MASTER
115V
SW1
OUT TRB
D8
OUT2
D9
INP1
D15
INP2
OUT3
D16
FAULT
OUT4
D19
BATT
OUT1
D13
D14
D18
NOTE 2
R40
SW3
SW2
OUTPUT1
IN>OUT SYNC
D10
AC
WHEELOCK SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
FACP
OUTPUT3
IN>OUT SYNC
SW4
12V
24V
TEMPORAL
TB2
INPUT SELECT
INPUT SELECT
OUTPUT2
IN>OUT SYNC
OUTPUT4
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
DC
+
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
INPUT SELECT
SW7
ON SW6 OFF
ON SW5 OFF
AUX
RESET
TB3
D70
NAC INPUT IN
ALARM CONDITION
SW8
+
P84230 REV.
SW9
W1
TB4
IN1+ IN1- RET1+ RET1- C NC
MH8
DRY1
NC
IN2+ IN2- RET2+ RET2- C
TB6 +
OUT1
TB5
DRY2
+
OUT2
+
OUT3
+
OUT4
NO
C
+
NC
MH9 AUX
NOTE 5
TB1
NOTE 4
GND L2
L1
GND
F1
REMOTE
115V
SW1
OUT TRB
D8
OUT2
D9
INP1
D15
INP2
OUT3
D16
FAULT
OUT4
D19
BATT
OUT1
D13
D14
D18
NOTE 6
SW3
SW2
OUTPUT1
IN>OUT SYNC
D10
AC
WHEELOCK SYNC
R40
OUTPUT3
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
SW4
TEMPORAL
TEMPORAL
TB2
12V
24V
INPUT SELECT
INPUT SELECT
OUTPUT2
IN>OUT SYNC
OUTPUT4
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
DC
TEMPORAL
+
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
INPUT SELECT
ON SW6 OFF
ON SW5 OFF
SW7
AUX
RESET
TB3
D70
SW8
P84230 REV.
SW9
W1
TB4
IN1+ IN1- RET1+ RET1- C NC
MH8
DRY1
GND L2
L1
TB1
NC
IN2+ IN2- RET2+ RET2- C
TB6 +
OUT1
TB5
DRY2
+
OUT2
+
OUT3
+
OUT4
NO
C
+
NC
MH9 AUX
NOTE 5
GND
F1
REMOTE
115V
SW1
OUT TRB
D8
D13
OUT2
D9
INP1
D15
INP2
OUT3
D16
FAULT
OUT4
D19
BATT
OUT1
D14
D18
OUTPUT1
IN>OUT SYNC
D10
AC
NOTE 6
SW3
SW2
WHEELOCK SYNC
R40
OUTPUT3
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
SW4
12V
24V
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
INPUT SELECT
OUTPUT2
IN>OUT SYNC
OUTPUT4
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TB2
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
DC
+
INPUT SELECT
ON SW5 OFF
ON SW6 OFF
SW7
AUX
RESET
TB3
D70
SW8
P84230 REV.
SW9
W1
TB4
IN1+ IN1- RET1+ RET1- C NC
MH8
DRY1
NC
IN2+ IN2- RET2+ RET2- C
TB6 +
OUT1
TB5
DRY2
+
OUT2
+
OUT3
+
OUT4
NO
C
+
NC
MH9 AUX
NOTE 5
See Figure 1 on Sheet 5 for larger view of PC Board.
NOTE 1: NAC Input Voltage 8.0VDC to 33.0VDC Constant.
NOTE 2: OBSERVE DIP SWITCH SETTINGS
Input Selection Switch (Position 1) on OUT1 to OUT4 DIP Switches are shown in the "ON"
Position allowing Input #1 to activate Outputs 1-4, Positions 2-4 are set for "WHEELOCK SYNC MODE"
NOTE 3: Jumper "RET 1-" to "IN 2-" and "RET 1+" to "IN 2+ " only on the Master PS-12/24-8CP.
NOTE 4: Diagram shown with an output circuit (OUT4) on Master POWERPATH used to synchronized the Remote
POWERPATHS.
NOTE 5: Jumpers must be placed across "DRY 1" and "DRY 2" terminals when operating Power Supply using "IN 1" or "IN 2".
NOTE 6: OBSERVE DIP SWITCH SETTINGS
Input Selection Switch (Position 1) on OUT 1 to OUT 4 DIP Switches are shown in the "ON" Position allowing Input #1 to
activate Outputs 1-4. Positions 2-4 are set for "IN>OUT SYNC MODE".
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Sheet 19 of 23
Example 16: Synchronized Multiple PS-12/24-8MP or PS-12/24-8CP Using a Master PS12/24-8MP or PS12/24-8CP (in the WHEELOCK SYNC MODE) With Audible
Silence, and Using Input #1
GND L2
L1
TB1
GND
F1
MASTER
115V
OUT2
D9
INP1
D15
INP2
OUT3
D16
FAULT
OUT4
D19
BATT
OUT1
D14
D18
NOTE 2
SW3
SW2
OUTPUT1
IN>OUT SYNC
SW1
D10
AC
OUT TRB
D8
D13
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
INPUT SELECT
OUTPUT2
IN>OUT SYNC
OUTPUT4
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
PROGRAMMED
AUDIBLE SILENCE +NAC
+
NAC INPUT IN
ALARM CONDITION
R40
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
FACP
OUTPUT3
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
SW4
12V
24V
TB2
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
INPUT SELECT
ON SW6 OFF
ON SW5 OFF
DC
SW7
+
AUX
RESET
TB3
D70
SW8
P84230 REV.
SW9
W1
TB4
IN1+ IN1- RET1+ RET1- C NC
MH8
DRY1
IN2+ IN2- RET2+ RET2- C NC TB6 +
OUT1
TB5
DRY2
FACP
+
OUT3
+
OUT2
+
OUT4
NO
+
NC
MH9 AUX
C
NOTE 3
NOTE 5
GND L2
L1
TB1
GND
F1
REMOTE
115V
SW1
OUT TRB
D9
INP1
D15
INP2
D16
FAULT
OUT4
D19
BATT
OUT1
D14
D18
SW2
OUTPUT1
IN>OUT SYNC
D10
AC
OUT2
OUT3
D8
D13
R40
SW3
NOTE 4
OUTPUT3
SW4
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
12V
24V
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
TB2
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
INPUT SELECT
OUTPUT2
IN>OUT SYNC
OUTPUT4
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
DC
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
INPUT SELECT
SW7
ON SW6 OFF
ON SW5 OFF
+
AUX
RESET
TB3
D70
SW8
P84230 REV.
SW9
W1
TB4
IN1+ IN1- RET1+ RET1- C NC
MH8
DRY1
NC
IN2+ IN2- RET2+ RET2- C
TB6 +
OUT1
TB5
DRY2
+
OUT2
+
OUT3
+
OUT4
NO
C
+
NC
MH9 AUX
NOTE 5
TB1
L1
GND L2
GND
F1
REMOTE
115V
SW1
OUT TRB
D8
OUT2
D9
INP1
D15
INP2
OUT3
D16
FAULT
OUT4
D19
BATT
OUT1
D13
D14
D18
R40
SW3
SW2
OUTPUT1
IN>OUT SYNC
D10
AC
NOTE 4
OUTPUT3
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
12V
24V
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
INPUT SELECT
OUTPUT2
IN>OUT SYNC
OUTPUT4
IN>OUT SYNC
WHEELOCK SYNC
TB2
SW4
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
DC
+
WHEELOCK SYNC
TEMPORAL
TEMPORAL
INPUT SELECT
SW7
INPUT SELECT
ON SW5 OFF
AUX
RESET
TB3
ON SW6 OFF
D70
SW8
P84230 REV.
SW9
W1
TB4
IN1+ IN1- RET1+ RET1- C NC
MH8
DRY1
IN2+ IN2- RET2+ RET2- C NC TB6 +
OUT1
TB5
DRY2
+
OUT2
+
OUT3
+
OUT4
NO
C
+
NC
MH9 AUX
NOTE 5
See Figure 1 on Sheet 5 for larger view of PC Board.
NOTE 1: NAC Input Voltage 8.0 to 33.0VDC Constant.
NOTE 2: OBSERVE DIP SWITCH SETTINGS
Input Selection Switch (Position 1) on OUT1 to OUT4 DIP Switches are shown in the "ON"
Position allowing Input #1 to activate Outputs 1-4, Positions 2-4 are set for "WHEELOCK SYNC MODE"
NOTE 3: Diagram shown with an output circuit (OUT4) on Master POWERPATH used to synchronize the Remote PowerPaths.
NOTE 4: OBSERVE DIP SWITCH SETTINGS
Input Selection Switch (Position 1) on OUT 1 to OUT 4 DIP Switches are shown in the "ON" Position allowing Input #1 to
activate Outputs 1-4. Positions 2-4 are set for "IN>OUT SYNC MODE".
NOTE 5: Jumpers must be placed across “DRY1” and “DRY2” terminals when operating Power Supply using “IN1” or “IN2”.
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4.0 TROUBLESHOOTING:
WARNING: THE PS-12/24-8CP 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.
•
If the problem is obvious or it can be located on the Troubleshooting Table, note it.
•
Press SYS RESET (SW8) and wait 30 seconds check for a trouble indication.
•
Always de-energize the POWERPATH completely (Remove both AC and DC power) repairs.
•
While the POWERPATH is de-energized, perform a visual and hands on check of all terminals and wires to
ensure proper termination.
Table 4: Troubleshooting
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Trouble
INP1, INP2 LED’s do not light in
ALARM.
GND FAULT LED ON
DC LED OFF
AC LED OFF
No audible output in
WHEELOCK SYNC MODE.
Horn, horn strobes, or strobes
do not synchronize.
Cause
No input signal on terminals
IN1+IN1-, IN2+IN2-.
GND FAULT
No DC output.
No AC power.
No input to IN2+,IN2-.
CLASS “A” circuit is not
functioning properly.
Improper MODE selection or
SW9 settings.
CLASS “B” circuit is not
functioning properly.
OUT1, OUT2, OUT3, OUT4
LED's on during standby.
Improper MODE selection or
SW9 settings.
Trouble on output.
Improper MODE selection
Improper appliances.
Action
Check input and input wiring.
Check output circuits.
Check wiring to AC power source.
Check AC power source.
See Example 13 and 14 for proper
input connections.
Check MODE selection.
Check appliances to ensure proper
type for synchronization.
For
IN>OUT
MODE
check
input
appliance (DSM, SM or PS-12/248MP or PS-12/24-8CP).
Check to be certain MODE
selection is identical for each Class
“A” output circuit. Class “A” OUT1
uses outputs 1 and 3. Class “A”
OUT2 uses outputs 2 and 4.
Check SW9 POS 1 and POS 2 on
board for “ON” position.
Check SW9 POS 1 and POS 2 on
board for “OFF” position.
Check output supervision voltage.
Check output EOLR.
Sheet 21 of 23
5.0 BATTERY CALCULATION SHEET:
PS-12/24-8CP BATTERY CALCULATION SHEET
STANDBY CURRENT CALCULATIONS
Amps
1. The Standby Current for the PS-12/24-8CP is .060 Amps.
2. Enter the AUX current draw
(0.06 Amps, 60 hour operation maximum)**
(0.20 Amps, 24 hour operation maximum)
3. Add Steps 1 and 2 together
Amps
Amps
4. Multiply Step 3 by the number of hours required.
24 Hours - Multiply by 24
60 Hours - Multiply by 60**
TOTAL STANDBY CURRENT IN Amp HOURS.
AH
ALARM CURRENT CALCULATIONS
1. List notification appliance requirements.
ALARM CURRENT FOR THE PS-12/24-8CP
NOTIFICATION APPLIANCE
CURRENT
0.100
2. Calculate total notification appliance current plus alarm current for PS-12/24-8CP.
Amps
3. Multiply Step 2 by alarm time required.
15 Min – Multiply by 0.25**
AH
5 Min – Multiply by 0.0833
_________________________
**Note: 15 Minute alarm is not UL listed for 60 hour battery backup when AUX power is used.
BACKUP BATTERY REQUIREMENTS
1. Enter Standby Current.
AH
2. Enter Alarm Current from Step 3 above.
AH
3. Add Steps 1 and 2 together.
AH
4. Multiply step 3 by 1.2 for minimum Backup Battery Requirements
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AH
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Sheet 22 of 23
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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 WHEELOCK WILL NOT
HAVE ANY LIABILITY FOR SUCH USE.
6.0 WARRANTY STATEMENT:
Limited Warranty
Wheelock 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), Underwriters'
Laboratories (UL), Underwriters’ Laboratories of Canada (ULC), 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). Wheelock 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 three years from date of manufacture (as determined by date code). Correction of
defects by repair or replacement shall be at Wheelock'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 WHEELOCK IS INSTALLED IN THE PRODUCT. THE FOREGOING LIMITED WARRANTY
SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDES ANY SOFTWARE REQUIRED FOR THE OPERATION OF OR INCLUDED IN A PRODUCT.
WHEELOCK MAKES NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY OTHER KIND, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR
STATUTORY WHETHER AS TO MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR ANY OTHER
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USERS ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING WHETHER A PRODUCT IS SUITABLE FOR THE USER'S
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AGAINST DAMAGE RESULTING FROM MISAPPLICATION, IMPROPER SPECIFICATION, ABUSE, ACCIDENT OR
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SOME WHEELOCK PRODUCTS CONTAIN SOFTWARE. WITH RESPECT TO THOSE PRODUCTS, WHEELOCK DOES
NOT WARRANTY THAT THE OPERATION OF THE SOFTWARE WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR-FREE OR
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PERFORMANCE OF THE SOFTWARE WILL MEET THE USER'S REQUIREMENTS. WHEELOCK 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.
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REINSTALLATION OR REPAIR OF THE PRODUCT BY ANYONE OTHER THAN WHEELOCK OR FOR DAMAGE OF
ANY TYPE WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOSS OF PROFIT OR INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. THE FOREGOING SHALL CONSTITUTE THE SOLE REMEDY OF THE PURCHASER
AND THE EXCLUSIVE LIABILITY OF WHEELOCK.
IN NO CASE WILL WHEELOCK'S LIABILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID FOR A PRODUCT.
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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. WHEELOCK'S LIABILITY ON ANY CLAIM OF ANY KIND SHALL CEASE IMMEDIATELY UPON
THE INSTALLATION IN THE PRODUCT OF ANY PART NOT FURNISHED BY WHEELOCK. IN NO EVENT SHALL
WHEELOCK BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM OF ANY KIND UNLESS IT IS PROVEN THAT OUR PRODUCT WAS A
DIRECT CAUSE OF SUCH CLAIM. FURTHER, IN NO EVENT, INCLUDING IN THE CASE OF A CLAIM OF
NEGLIGENCE, SHALL WHEELOCK BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL 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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