MODEL 5496 Installation and Operations Manual Intelligent Power Module

MODEL 5496 Installation and Operations Manual Intelligent Power Module
MODEL 5496
Intelligent Power Module
Installation and
Operations Manual
Document 151276
08/12/10
Rev: E1
P/N 151276:E1
ECN: 10-484
Contents
Section 1
Overview
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
...................................................................................................................................................... 1-1
5496 Description ...................................................................................................................................... 1-1
Agency Requirements .............................................................................................................................. 1-1
About This Manual .................................................................................................................................. 1-1
How to Contact Silent Knight .................................................................................................................. 1-1
Section 2
Before You Begin Installing
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
............................................................................................... 2-1
What’s in the Box? ................................................................................................................................... 2-1
Environmental Specifications .................................................................................................................. 2-1
Preventing Water Damage ....................................................................................................................... 2-1
5496 Board and Terminal Strip Description ............................................................................................ 2-2
Earth Fault Resistance .............................................................................................................................. 2-3
Calculating Current Draw and Standby Battery ...................................................................................... 2-4
2.6.1 Worksheet Requirements .................................................................................................................. 2-4
Filling in the Current Draw Worksheet ......................................................................................... 2-4
2.6.1.1 Maximum Battery Standby Load ........................................................................................... 2-4
2.6.2 Current Draw Worksheet .................................................................................................................. 2-5
2.6.3 Wire Routing ..................................................................................................................................... 2-6
Section 3
Hardware Installation
.................................................................................................................. 3-1
3.1
3.2
3.3
AC Power ................................................................................................................................................. 3-1
Battery Connection .................................................................................................................................. 3-2
Connecting the 5496 to the FACP ........................................................................................................... 3-3
3.3.1 Setting the Device ID ........................................................................................................................ 3-4
3.4 Notification Appliance Wiring ................................................................................................................. 3-5
3.4.1 Class A Supervised Wiring ............................................................................................................... 3-5
Class A Output Notification Circuits ............................................................................................ 3-5
3.4.2 Class B Supervised Wiring ............................................................................................................... 3-6
Class B Output Notification Circuits ............................................................................................ 3-6
3.4.3 Releasing Operations ........................................................................................................................ 3-6
3.4.4 Auxiliary Power Configuration ........................................................................................................ 3-7
3.4.4.1 Door Holder Power ................................................................................................................ 3-8
3.4.4.2 Constant Power ...................................................................................................................... 3-8
3.4.4.3 Resettable Power .................................................................................................................... 3-8
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Appendix A
Compatible Devices
..................................................................................................................... A-1
Door Holder Device ................................................................................................................... A-10
Silent Knight Fire Product Warranty and Return Policy
Manufacturer Warranties and Limitation of Liability ................................................................... 1-3
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Section 1
Overview
1.1
5496 Description
The Model 5496 Intelligent Power Module provides additional power and notification circuits
to a Silent Knight addressable FACP. The 5496 can power all IntelliKnight compatible
notification appliances and auxiliary power modules.
The 5496 is capable of performing single or dual interlocking operations for pre-action and
deluge releasing systems. See Section 8.6 of FACP installation manual.
The 5496 has four output circuits that can be configured as notification or auxiliary power
circuits. Outputs are rated 3.0 A (6.0 A total for each 5496).
The 5496 is optically isolated, providing ground loop isolation and transient protection.
The 5496 provides configuration options that eliminate the need for sychronization modules
when using AMSECO, Faraday, Gentex, System Sensor, or Wheelock synchronization
appliances.
1.2
Agency Requirements
The 5496 has the same requirements as the main control panel. These requirements are listed
in Silent Knight addressable FACP Installation Manuals. Silent Knight Addressable FACP
Installation Manuals can be found on Silent Knight’s web site at www.silentknight.com.
1.3
About This Manual
This manual covers installation of 5496 hardware. Software configuration information is
contained in a Silent Knight addressable FACP Installation Manuals. Silent Knight
Addressable FACP Installation Manuals can be found on Silent Knight’s web site at
www.silentknight.com.
1.4
How to Contact Silent Knight
If you have a question or encounter a problem not covered in this manual, contact Silent
Knight Technical Support at 800-446-6444.
To order parts, contact Silent Knight Sales at 800-328-0103 or (203) 484-7161.
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Section 2
Before You Begin Installing
2.1
What’s in the Box?
The Model 5496 ships with the following hardware:
•
A cabinet with all hardware assembled
•
Two keys for the 5496 front door
•
Ten 4.7K ohm end-of-line resistors
Note: For UL installations Model 7628 4.7kΩ end-of-line resistor (ordered separately) must be used.
•
A battery wiring harness and jumper to wire batteries in series
2.2
Environmental Specifications
It is important to protect the 5496 control panel from water. To prevent water damage, the
following conditions should be AVOIDED when installing the units:
•
Do not mount directly on exterior walls, especially masonry walls (condensation)
•
Do not mount directly on exterior walls below grade (condensation)
•
Protect from plumbing leaks
•
Protect from splash caused by sprinkler system inspection ports
•
Do not mount in areas with humidity-generating equipment (such as dryers, production
machinery)
When selecting a location to mount the 5496, the unit should be mounted where it will NOT
be exposed to temperatures outside the range of 0°C-49°C (32°F-120°F) or humidity outside
the range of 10%-93% at 30°C (86°F) noncondensing.
2.3
Preventing Water Damage
Water damage to the fire system can be caused by moisture entering the cabinet through the
conduits. Conduits that are installed to enter the top of the cabinet are most likely to cause
water problems. Installers should take reasonable precautions to prevent water from entering
the cabinet. Water damage is not covered under warranty.
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2.4
5496 Board and Terminal Strip Description
Figure 2-1 shows the 5496 circuit board including location of terminals and the dipswitch for
setting the module ID.
To AC
All Circuits
Supervised Power
limited, except
Battery and AC
which are
supervised
non-power limited.
Dipswitches for
Setting ID
Battery
Connections
Regulated
Output Circuits
SBUS Module
Connections
Figure 2-1 The 5496 Board Layout
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Table 2-1 describes the 5496 connections and provides electrical ratings where appropriate.
Table 2-1: Terminal Strip Description and Electrical Ratings
Rating
Terminal # and Label
B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
W
+
+
+
+
+
+
A
B
Description
Voltage
Current
AC input (hot)
120 VAC, 60 Hz
2.7 A
Earth ground
N/A
N/A
AC input (neutral)
120 VAC, 60 Hz
2.7 A
Battery
Battery
24 VDC
0.75 A
I/O 4*
Output circuit
24 VDC
3.0 A
Notification Circuits
I/O 3*
Output circuit
24 VDC
3.0 A
Notification Circuits
I/O 2*
Output circuit
24 VDC
3.0 A
Notification Circuits
I/O 1*
Output circuit
24 VDC
3.0 A
Notification Circuits
SBUS power
24 VDC
1.0 A
SBUS communication
5 VDC
100 mA
SBUS
* Regulated/special application when used for releasing.
2.5
Earth Fault Resistance
Table 2-2 lists the earth fault resistance detection for each applicable terminal on the FACP.
Table 2-2: Earth Fault Resistance Values by Terminal
Function
Terminal
Number
1
Terminal Label
-
Battery
0
BATTERY
2
+
3
H4-
Notification Appliance Circuit 4
0
0
OUT4
4
H4+
5
H3-
Notification Appliance Circuit 3
0
0
OUT3
6
H3+
7
H2-
Notification Appliance Circuit 2
0
0
OUT2
8
H2+
9
H1-
Notification Appliance Circuit 1
0
0
OUT1
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H1+
0
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2.6
Calculating Current Draw and Standby Battery
This section is for helping you determine the current draw and standby battery needs for your
installation.
2.6.1
Worksheet Requirements
Follow the steps below to determine 5496 current draw and standby battery requirements.
Filling in the Current Draw Worksheet
Refer Table 2-4 in Section 2.6.2 to complete the following steps.
1.
Add up the current draw for all auxiliary devices and record in the table at Line B.
2. Add up all notification appliance loads and record in the table at Line C.
3. For notification appliances and auxiliary devices not mentioned in the manual, refer to the
device manual for the current ratings.
4. Make sure that the total alarm current you calculated, including current for the panel itself,
does not exceed 6.0 A. This is the maximum alarm current allowable.
5. Complete the remaining instructions in Table 2-4 to determine battery size requirements.
2.6.1.1 Maximum Battery Standby Load
Table 2-3 shows the maximum battery standby load for the 5496 based on 24 and 60 hours of
standby. The standby load calculations of line J in the Current Draw Calculation Worksheet
(Table 2-4) must be less than the number shown in Table 2-3 for the battery size used and
standby hours required.
Table 2-3: Maximum Battery Standby Load
Rechargeable
Battery Size
7 AH
12 AH
18 AH
35 AH
*
Max. Load for 24 hrs. Standby, *Max. Load for 60 hrs. Standby, 5
5 mins. Alarm
mins. Alarm
270 mA
475 mA
685 mA
1370 mA
105 mA
190 mA
270 mA
540 mA
Required for NFPA 72 Auxiliary Protected Fire Alarm systems for Fire Alarm Service (City Box) and
Remote Station Protected Fire Alarm systems (Polarity Reversal) and Digital Alarm Communicator/
Transmitter (DACT).
Note: 33 max battery size for FM (Factory Mutual) installations
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2.6.2
Current Draw Worksheet
For each 5496 in the installation, use this worksheet to determine current requirements during
alarm/battery standby operation. (Copy this page if additional space is required.)
Table 2-4: Current Draw Calculation Worksheet
Number of
Devices
Device
For each device use this formula:
5496 Intelligent Power Module
(Current draw from battery)
This column
1
Current per Device
X This column
Standby:
Alarm:
Auxiliary Devices
B
Notification appliances
C
160 mA
mA
mA
mA
mA
mA
mA
mA
mA
mA
mA
Refer to device manual for current ratings.
Alarm:
mA
0 mA
Alarm:
mA
0 mA
Alarm:
mA
0 mA
Alarm:
mA
0 mA
0 mA
Notification Appliances Current
mA
mA
mA
mA
mA
mA
mA
A
A
E Total current ratings converted to amperes (line D x .001):
H
Number of standby hours (24 or 60 for NFPA 72, Chapter 1, 1-5.2.5).
G Multiply lines E and F.
40 mA
Refer to device manual for current ratings.
Alarm/Standby
mA
Alarm/Standby
mA
Alarm/Standby
mA
Alarm/Standby
mA
Auxiliary Devices Current
D Total current ratings of all devices in system (line A + line B + line C)
F
Alarm
Current
= Current per number of devices.
40 mA
40 mA
160 mA
160 mA
5496 Current
A
Standby
Current
Total standby AH
AH
Alarm sounding period in hours.
H (For example, 5 minutes = .0833 hours.)
I
Multiply lines E and H.
J
Add lines G and I.
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AH
Total alarm AH
Total standby and alarm AH
AH
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2.6.3
Wire Routing
You must follow power-limited wiring techniques, which include maintaining one-quarter
inch spacing between power-limited and non-power limited circuits and separating high and
low voltage circuits.
To AC
Power
5496 Board
To SBUS
Terminals
To NACs
To Battery
Figure 2-2 Wire Routing Example
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Hardware Installation
5496 installation involves the following steps:
•
Connect AC power (Section 3.1) and backup battery (Section 3.2).
•
Make physical connection to a Silent Knight addressable FACP (see Section 3.3).
•
Set an ID for the 5496 (Section 3.3.1).
•
Make physical connection to any outputs that will be powered by this 5496. See Section
3.4 for notification appliance wiring information. Refer to Silent Knight addressable
FACP Installation Manuals for software configuration information and other information
about installing outputs. Silent Knight Addressable FACP Installation Manuals can be
found on Silent Knight’s web site at www.silentknight.com.
3.1
AC Power
At installation, connect the AC terminals to 120 VAC source as shown in Figure 3-1. It may
be necessary for a professional electrician to make this connection.
The AC terminals are rated as 120 VAC, 50 or 60 Hz, 2.5 A.
To 120 VAC
Power Source
To AC
Supervised
Non-power limited
Figure 3-1 AC Power Connection
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3.2
Battery Connection
The 5496 battery charge capacity is 7.0 AH not to exceed 35.0 AH. Use 12V batteries of the
same AH rating. It is recommended that you replace batteries every five years. Determine the
correct AH rating per your current load calculation (see Table 2-4).
Note: If you require the power of back up batteries that are too large for the 5496, you can use the RBB cabinet.
The RBB Remote Battery Box, holds batteries up to the 35 AH size. (Refer to P/N 151306 for RBB installation instructions.
Wire batteries in series to produce a 24-volt equivalent. Do not parallel batteries to increase
the AH rating.
To Panel
Red
Black
Battery Jumper
(P/N 140694)
Shipped With 5496
UL Listed 12V Battery
Gell Cell
Supervised
Non-Power Limited
UL Listed 12V Battery
Gell Cell
Replace batteries every 5 years.
Figure 3-2 Battery Connection
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3.3
Connecting the 5496 to the FACP
1. Connect the 5496 to the appropriate SBUS. The 5496 is connected directly to a Silent
Knight addressable FACP.
2. Use the on-board dipswitch to assign an ID number to the 5496. (See Section 3.3.1) Figure
2-1 shows the location of the dipswitches on the 5496 board.
3. Configure the 5496 module by adding it to the system (through JumpStart or manually).
You can also assign a name to the module. These procedures are described in Silent
Knight addressable FACP Installation Manuals. Silent Knight Addressable FACP
Installation Manuals can be found on Silent Knight’s web site at www.silentknight.com.
5496 Board
Supervised
Power Limited
5820XL
(Main SBUS)
Figure 3-3 Class B 5496 Connection to FACP
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3.3.1
Setting the Device ID
All SBUS modules in the system must have a unique number (1-31) to identify them to the
FACP. Use the DIP switch on the 5496 board to set the module ID number. Figure 2-1 shows
the location of the dipswitch on the board. Figure 3-4 shows dipswitch setting and the
corresponding module ID numbers.
Figure 3-4 Possible Module Addresses
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3.4
Notification Appliance Wiring
Note: Not all devices can use the Sync feature. Be sure to check Table A-1 in Appendix A to ensure the device
you have chosen will work with this feature.
3.4.1
Class A Supervised Wiring
Figure 3-5 shows how to wire for Class A output supervision. Use in/out wiring methods for
proper supervision. Refer to Section 4 for notification appliances compatible with the 5496.
Class A Output Notification Circuits
The configuration shown in Figure 3-5 shows two, 3-amp devices wired as Class A circuits.
When you are using the outputs as Class A circuits, loop the wiring back to the corresponding
circuit pair. For Class A wiring, no external EOL is necessary since it is built into the 5496
board.
Power Limited
1.5Ω max
Figure 3-5 Class A Supervised Input/Output Connections
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3.4.2
Class B Supervised Wiring
Figure 3-6 shows how to wire for Class B output supervision. Use in/out wiring methods for
proper supervision. Refer to Section 4 for notification appliances that must be used with the
5496.
Class B Output Notification Circuits
Figure 3-6 shows four, 1.5 amp devices wired as Class B circuits.
Place a 4.7k ohm EOL resistor (provided) at the end of each circuit to enable supervision
when using all outputs as Class B notification appliance circuits. The 4.7k EOLs must be
wired to the terminals whether or not you are using all output terminals.
Power Limited
1.5Ω max
Figure 3-6 Regulated Class B Supervised Input/Output Connections
3.4.3
Releasing Operations
Approved releasing solenoids are list in Table 3-1. Do not mix cross alarming zones with
smoke verification zones. There must be at least two automatic detection devices in each
protected space. Spacing must be reduced to 0.7 times the linear spacing in accordance with
NFPA 72.
Table 3-1: Approved Releasing Solenoids
Manufacturer
Asco
3-6
Part Number
Rating
Current
Freq
T8210A107
24 VDC
3A max
0 Hz
8210G207
24 VDC
3A max
0 Hz
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3.4.4
Auxiliary Power Configuration
Output circuits 1-4 on the control panel can be used as auxiliary power circuits. The three
types of auxiliary power available are:
•
Door Holder (see Section 3.4.4.1 for description)
•
Constant (see Section 3.4.4.2 for description)
•
Resettable (see Section 3.4.4.3 for description)
Auxiliary power circuits are power limited. Each circuit can source up to 3A (total current for
all output circuits must not exceed 6 A).
To configure an output circuit as auxiliary power:
1. Wire the output circuit(s) that will be used for auxiliary power. See Figure 3-7 for location
of the output circuits.
2. Configure the auxiliary power output through programming for Door Holder, Constant or
Resettable power.
Power Limited
Supervised when used with the
Power Supervision Relay (PN160150)
Figure 3-7 Output Circuits Used as Auxiliary Power
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3.4.4.1 Door Holder Power
Door holder is intended for fire door applications. When there are no alarms in the system and
the panel has AC power, door holder circuits have 24-volt power present at their terminals.
Any alarm will cause power to discontinue. Power will be re-applied when the system is reset.
If AC power is off for more than 15 seconds the auxiliary door holder power will be
discontinued to conserve the battery backup power. When AC power is restored, power is
immediately restored to the door holder circuits.
3.4.4.2 Constant Power
Use constant power for applications that require a constant auxiliary power source. Power is
always present at Constant circuits.
3.4.4.3 Resettable Power
Resettable power is typically used to power beam detectors, flame detectors, and conventional
4-wire smoke detectors. For circuits selected as Resettable, 24-volt power is always present at
the terminals unless a system reset occurs. If a system reset occurs, power is removed from the
terminals for 30 seconds, then re-applied.
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Appendix A
Compatible Devices
For proper operation, you must use polarized devices with a Model 7628 4.7k ohm EOL
resistor on each circuit. All supervised notification appliances used with the 5496 must be
polarized.
A.1 Notification Appliances
Note: Not all devices can use the Sync feature, be sure to check A.1 to ensure the device you have chosen will
work with this feature. This control is UL listed for single circuit synchronization.
Table A-1 below lists notification appliances compatible with the fire alarm control panel.
Appliances which can be synchronized indicate the type of sync available in the columns
marked Audio and/or Visual
Table A-1: Compatible Notification Appliances
Manufacturer
Model
Audio
Visual
Horn/Strobe
SAD24-153075
Strobe
SAD24-75110
Strobe
SL24W-75110
Strobe
SL24C-3075110
Strobe
SLB24-75
Strobe
RSD24-153075
Strobe
RSD24-75110
Strobe
SH24W-153075
AMSECO
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SH24W-75110
Horn/Strobe
SH24W-3075110
Horn/Strobe
SHB24-75
Horn/Strobe
SCM24W-153075
Chimes/Strobe
SCM24W-75110
Chimes/Strobe
SCM24C-3075110
Chimes/Strobe
SCM24C-177
Chimes/Strobe
H24W
Horn
H24R
Horn
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Table A-1: Compatible Notification Appliances
Manufacturer
Faraday
Faraday
A-2
Model
Audio
Visual
Type
446
Vibrating Bell
476
Vibrating Bell
477
Single Stroke Bell
2700 -M. -R, -T, -Y, -Z
Strobe
2701 Series
Strobe
2705 Series
Strobe
2820
Snyc Temporal Horn/Strobe
2821
Snyc Temporal Horn/Strobe
2824
Horn Strobe
5333
Multi-Tone Horn)
5336
Multi-Tone Horn/Strobe
5337
Multi-Tone Horn/Strobe
5338
Multi-Tone Horn/Strobe
5343
Single Tone Horn/Strobe
5346
Electronic Horn with Strobe
5347
Electronic Horn with Strobe
5348
Single Tone Horn/Strobe
5373
8-Tone Horn/Strobe
6321
Sync Mini Horn/Strobe
6322
Mini Horn/Sync Strobe
6380
8-Tone Electronic Signal/Strobe
5376
8-Tone Horn/Strobe
5377
8-Tone Horn/Strobe
5378
8-Tone Horn/Strobe
5383
8-Tone Horn/Strobe with Sync Strobe
5386
8-Tone Horn/Strobe with Sync Strobe
5387
8-Tone Horn/Strobe with Sync Strobe
5388
8-Tone Horn/Strobe with Sync Strobe
5508
Single Gang Sync Strobe
5509
Strobe
5510
Strobe
5511
Strobe
5512
Strobe
5516
Strobe
5517
Strobe
5518
Strobe
5519
Strobe
5521
4” Square Sync Strobe
5522
4” Square Sync Strobe
6120
Horn
6140
Horn
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Table A-1: Compatible Notification Appliances
Manufacturer
Faraday
FCI
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Audio
Visual
Type
6223
Horn
6226
Horn/Strobe
6227
Horn/Strobe
6228
Horn/Strobe
6243
Electron-Mechanical Horn
6244
Electron-Mechanical Horn
6245
Electron-Mechanical Horn
6246
Electron-Mechanical Horn/Strobe
6247
Electron-Mechanical Horn/Strobe
6248
Electron-Mechanical Horn/Strobe
6300
Mini-Horn
6301
Mini-Horn
6302
Mini-Horn
6310
Mini-Horn/Strobe
6311
Mini-Horn/Strobe
6312
Mini-Horn/Strobe
6314 Series -M, -R, -T, -Y, -Z
Strobe
6320
Sync Mini Horn/Strobe
S2415-FC
Strobe
S241575-FC
Strobe
S2430-FC
Strobe
130-3117C
Mini Horn
130-3147C
Mini Horn
BLV-6
Vibrating Bell
BLV-10
Vibrating Bell
BLVCH
Vibrating Chime
H12/24-FC
Horn
H12/24W-FC
Horn
H12/24K-FC
Horn
HC12/24-FC
Horn
HC12/24W-FC
Horn
HC12/24K-FC
Horn
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Table A-1: Compatible Notification Appliances
Manufacturer
FCI
Federal Signal
Gentex
A-4
Model
Audio
Visual
Type
P2415-FC
Horn/Strobe
P2415W-FC
Horn/Strobe
P2415K-FC
Horn/Strobe
P241575-FC
Horn/Strobe
P241575W-FC
Horn/Strobe
P241575F-FC
Horn/Strobe
P241575K-FC
Horn/Strobe
P2430-FC
Horn/Strobe
P2430W-FC
Horn/Strobe
P2430K-FC
Horn/Strobe
P2475-FC
Horn/Strobe
P2475W-FC
Horn/Strobe
P2475K-FC
Horn/Strobe
P24110-FC
Horn/Strobe
P24110W-FC
Horn/Strobe
P24110K-FC
Horn/Strobe
S2430W-FC
Strobe
S2430K-FC
Strobe
S2475-FC
Strobe
S2475W-FC
Strobe
S2475K-FC
Strobe
S24110-FC
Strobe
S24110W-FC
Strobe
S24110K-FC
Strobe
450
Horn
VALS
Horn/Strobe
GEC-24-15
Horn/Strobes
GEC-24-30
Horn/Strobes
GEC-24-60
Horn/Strobes
GEC-24-75
Horn/Strobes
GEC-24-177
Horn/Strobes
GEC-24-110
Horn/Strobe
GEC-24-15/75
Horn/Strobe
GX91
MiniHorn Steady Tone
GX93
MiniHorn Temporal Tone
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Table A-1: Compatible Notification Appliances
Manufacturer
Gentex
Model
Visual
HG124
Type
Horn
HS24-15
Horn/Strobe
HS24-30
Horn/Strobe
HS24-60
Horn/Strobe
HS24-75
Horn/Strobe
HS24-110
Horn/Strobe
HS24-1575
Horn/Strobe
GCC24
Multi Candella Horn/Strobe Ceiling Mount
GCCR24
Multi Candella Horn/Strobe Ceiling Mount
GCS24
Multi Candella Strobe Ceiling Mount
GCSR24
Multi Candella Strobe Ceiling Mount
Multi Candella Horn/Strobe
GES24-15
Strobes
GES24-30
Strobes
GES24-60
Strobes
GES24-75
Strobes
GES24-110
Strobes
GES24-15/75
Strobes
GES24-177
Strobes
GES3-24
Multi Candella Strobe
GESR-24
Multi Candella Strobe
GECR-24
GEH-24
Horn
ST24-30
Strobe
ST24-60
Strobe
ST24-75
Strobe
ST24-110
Strobe
ST24-1575
Strobe
Weatherproof Horn/Strobe
Weatherproof Strobe
WGEC24-75W
WGES24-75W
WGMS-24-X
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Horn/Strobe
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Model 5496 Intelligent Power Module Installation and Operation Manual
Table A-1: Compatible Notification Appliances
Manufacturer
Model
Visual
Type
CHR
Chime
CHW
Chime
CHSR
2-Wire Chime/Strobe
CHSW
2-Wire Chime/Strobe
HR
Horn
HW
Horn
HRK
Horn
P2R
2-Wire Horn/Strobe
P2R-P
2-Wire Horn/Strobe
PC2R
2-Wire Horn/Strobe
PC2R-P
2-Wire Horn/Strobe
P2RH
2-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela
P2RH-P
2-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela
PC2RH
2-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela
PC2RH-P
2-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela
2-Wire Horn/Strobe
P2W-P
2-Wire Horn/Strobe
PC2W
2-Wire Horn/Strobe
PC2W-P
2-Wire Horn/Strobe
P2WH
2-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela
P2WH-P
2-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela
PC2WH
2-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela
PC2WH-P
2-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela
P2RK
2-Wire Horn/Strobe
PC2RK
2-Wire Horn/Strobe
P2RHK
2-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela
PC2RHK
2-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela
P4R
4-Wire Horn/Strobe
PC4R
4-Wire Horn/Strobe
P4RH
4-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela
P4W
4-Wire Horn/Strobe
System Sensor P2W
A-6
Audio
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Table A-1: Compatible Notification Appliances
Manufacturer
Audio
Visual
System Sensor PC4W
4-Wire Horn/Strobe
P4WH
4-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela
PC4WH
4-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela
P4RK
4-Wire Horn/Strobe
PC4RK
4-Wire Horn/Strobe
P4RHK
4-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela
PC4RHK
4-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela
PC4RH
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Model
Type
4-Wire Horn/Strobe High Candela
SR
Strobe
SR-P
Strobe
SCR
Strobe
SCR-P
Strobe
SRH
Strobe High Candela
SRH-P
Strobe High Candela
SCRH
Strobe High Candela
SCRH-P
Strobe High Candela
SW
Strobe
SW-P
Strobe
SCW
Strobe
SCW-P
Strobe
SWH
Strobe High Candela
SWH-P
Strobe High Candela
SCWH
Strobe High Candela
SCWH-P
Strobe High Candela
SRK
Strobe
SCRK
Strobe
SRHK
Strobe High Candela
SCRHK
Strobe High Candela
A-7
Model 5496 Intelligent Power Module Installation and Operation Manual
Table A-1: Compatible Notification Appliances
Manufacturer
Wheelock
Model
Audio
Type
AH-12
Horn
AH-24
Horn
AH-12WP
Horn Weatherproof
AH-24WP
AMT-241575W
AMT-24MCW
Horn Weatherproof
Multi-Tone Horn Strobe
Mutli-Tone Horn Strobe
Multi-Tone Horn Strobe
AMT-241575W-NYC
AMT-12/24
Multi-tone Horn
AMT-12/24 NYC
Multi-tone Horn
AS-121575W
Horn/Strobe
NH-12/24
AS-241575W
Horn/Strobe
AS-24MCC
Horn/Strobe
AS-24MCCH
Horn/Strobe
AS-24MCW
Horn/Strobe
AS-24MCWH
Horn/Strobe
ASWP-2475W
Horn/Strobe Weatherproof
ASWP-2475C
Horn/Strobe Weatherproof
ASWP-24MCWH
Horn/Strobe
ASWP-24MCCH
Horn/Strobe
CH-70
Chime
CH-90
Chime
Horn
CH70-241575W
Chime/Strobe
CH70-24MCW
Chime/Strobe
CH70-24MCWH
Chime/Strobe
CH90-24MCC
Chime/Strobe
CH90-24MCCH
Chime/Strobe
HS-24
HS4-241575W
Horn/Strobe
HS4-24MCW
Horn/Strobe
HS4-24MCWH
Horn/Strobe
HS4-24MCC
Horn/Strobe
MIZ-24S
Mini Horn Strobe
MultitoneHorn Strobe
Multitone Horn Strobe
MT-24MCW
Multitone Horn Strobe
MTWP-2475W
Multitone Horn Strobe
MTWP-2475C
Multitone Horn Strobe
MT-121575W
MT-241575W
A-8
Visual
Horn
MTG-121575W
Multitone Horn Strobe
MTR-121575W
Multitone Horn Strobe
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Compatible Devices
Table A-1: Compatible Notification Appliances
Manufacturer
Wheelock
Con’t
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Model
Audio
Visual
Type
MTWPA-2475W
Multitone Horn Strobe
MTWPB-2475W
Multitone Horn Strobe
MTWPG-2475W
Multitone Horn Strobe
MTWPR-2475W
Multitone Horn Strobe
MTWPA-24MCCH
Multitone Horn Strobe
ZNH
NS-121575W
Horn/Strobe
NS-241575W
Horn/Strobe
NS-24MCW
Horn/Strobe
NS-24MCC
Horn/Strobe
NS-24MCCH
Horn/Strobe
ZNS-MCW
Horn/Strobe
ZNS-MCWH
Horn/Strobe
ZNS-24MCC
Horn/Strobe
ZNS-24MCCH
Horn/Strobe
RSS-121575W
Strobe
RSS-241575W
Strobe
RSS-24MCC
Strobe
RSS-24MCCR
Strobe
RSS-24MCCH
Strobe
RSS-24MCCHR
Strobe
RSS-24MCW
Strobe
RSS-24MCWH
Strobe
RSSP-121575W
Strobe
RSSP-241575W
Strobe
RSSR-2415W
Strobe
RSSR-2415C
Strobe
RSSR-2475W
Strobe
RSSR-2475C
Strobe
RSSR-24110C
Strobe
RSSA-24110W
Strobe
RSSB-24110W
Strobe
RSSG-24110W
Strobe
RSSR-24110W
Strobe
RSSA-24MCC
Multi-Cd Strobe
RSSB-24MCC
Multi-Cd Strobe
RSSG-24MCC
Multi-Cd Strobe
RSSR-24MCC
Multi-Cd Strobe
RSSWPA-2475W
Strobe Weatherproof
Horn
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Model 5496 Intelligent Power Module Installation and Operation Manual
Table A-1: Compatible Notification Appliances
Manufacturer
Wheelock
Con’t
Model
Audio
Visual
Type
RSSWPA-24MCCH
Strobe Weatherproof
RSSWPG-24MCCH
Strobe Weatherproof
RSSWPR-24MCCH
Strobe Weatherproof
RSSWP-2475W
Strobe Weatherproof
RSSWP-2475C
Strobe Weatherproof
RSSWP-24MCWH
Strobe Weatherproof
ZRS-MCWH
Strobe
ZRS-24MCC
Strobe
ZRS-24MCCH
Strobe
MB-G6-24
Motor Bell
MB-G10-24
Motor Bell
MB-G6-12
Motor Bell
MB-G10-12
Motor Bell
MIZ-24-R
Mini-Horn
MT-12/24-R
MT4-12/24
ZRS-MCW
MTWPR-24MCCH
NH-12/24R
Multitone Horn
Multitone Horn
Strobe
Multitone Horn Strobe
Horn
Door Holder Device
The following UL listed door holder can be used with the 5496: ESL DHS-1224
A-10
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Compatible Devices
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A-12
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Silent Knight Fire Product Warranty and Return Policy
General Terms and Conditions
• All new fire products manufactured by Silent Knight have a limited warranty period of
36 months from the date of manufacture against defects in materials and workmanship.
See limited warranty statement for details.
•
This limited warranty does not apply to those products that are damaged due to misuse,
abuse, negligence, exposer to adverse environmental conditions, or have been modified in
any manner whatsoever.
Repair and RA Procedure
• All products that are returned to Silent Knight for credit or repair require a RMA (Return
Authorization) number. Call Silent Knight Customer Service at 800-328-0103 or
203-484-7161 between 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. EST, Monday through Friday to obtain a
return authorization number.
•
Silent Knight Technical Support is available at 800-446-6444 between 8:00 A.M. and
5:00 P.M. CST, Monday through Friday.
•
All returns for credit are subject to inspection and testing at the factory before actual determination is made to allow credit.
•
RMA number must be prominently displayed on the outside of the shipping box. See
return address example under Advanced Replacement Policy.
•
Include a packing slip that has the RMA number, a content list, and a detailed description
of the problem should be included with each return.
•
All products returned to Silent Knight must be sent freight pre-paid. After product is processed, Silent Knight will pay for shipping product back to customer via UPS ground.
•
Return the Silent Knight product circuit board only. Products that are returned in cabinets
will be charged an additional $50 to cover the extra shipping and handling costs over
board only returns. Do not return batteries. Silent Knight has the authority to determine
if a product is repairable. Products that are deemed un-repairable will be returned to the
customer.
•
Product that is returned that has a board date code more than 36 months from date of manufacture will be repaired and the customer will be assessed the standard Silent Knight
repair charge for that model.
Advanced Replacement Policy
• Silent Knight offers an option of advance replacement for fire product printed circuit
boards that fail during the first 6 months of the warranty period. These items must be
returned with transportation charges prepaid and must be accompanied by a return
authorization.
•
For advance replacement of a defective board contact your local Silent Knight Distributor
or call Silent Knight at 203-484-7161 to obtain a RMA (Return Authorization) number
and request advanced replacement,
•
A new or refurbished board will be shipped to the customer. The customer will initially be
billed for the replacement board but a credit will be issued after the repairable board is
received at Silent Knight. All returned products must comply with the guidelines
described under “General Terms and Conditions”.
•
The defective board must be returned within 30 days of shipment of replacement board for
customer to receive credit. No credit will be issued if the returned board was damaged due
to misuse or abuse.
•
Repairs and returns should be sent to:
Silent Knight / Honeywell
Attn: Repair Department
12 Clintonville Road
Northford, CT 06472
USA
RMA Number:___________________
Manufacturer Warranties and Limitation of Liability
Manufacturer Warranties. Subject to the limitations set forth herein, Manufacturer
warrants that the Products manufactured by it in its Northford, Connecticut facility and
sold by it to its authorized Distributors shall be free, under normal use and service,
from defects in material and workmanship for a period of thirty six months (36)
months from the date of manufacture (effective Jan. 1, 2009). The Products
manufactured and sold by Manufacturer are date stamped at the time of production.
Manufacturer does not warrant Products that are not manufactured by it in its
Northford, Connecticut facility but assigns to its Distributor, to extent possible, any
warranty offered by the manufacturer of such product. This warranty shall be void if a
Product is altered, serviced repaired by anyone other than Manufacturer or its
authorized Distributors.This warranty shall also be void if there is a failure to maintain
the Products and the systems in which they operate in proper working conditions.
MANUFACTURER MAKES NO FURTHER WARRANTIES, AND DISCLAIMS ANY
AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, WITH
RESPECT TO THE PRODUCTS,TRADEMARKS, PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
RENDERED By MANUFACTURER INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION,
INFRINGEMENT, TITLE, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR ANY
PARTICULAR PURPOSE. MANUFACTURER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY
PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH WHICH MAY ARISE IN THE COURSE OF, OR AS
A RESULT OF, PERSONAL, COMMERCIAL OR INDUSTRIAL USES OF ITS
PRODUCTS.
This document constitutes the only warranty made by Manufacturer with respect to its
products and replaces all previous warranties and is the only warranty made by
Manufacturer. No increase or alteration, written or verbal, of the obligation of this
warranty is authorized. Manufacturer does not represent that its products will prevent
any loss by fire or otherwise.
Warranty Claims. Manufacturer shall replace or repair, at Manufacturer's discretion,
each part returned by its authorized Distributor and acknowledged by Manufacturer to
be defective, provided that such part shall have been returned to Manufacturer with
all charges prepaid and the authorized Distributor has completed Manufacturer's
Return Material Authorization form. The replacement part shall come from
Manufacturer's stock and may be new or refurbished. THE FOREGOING IS
DISTRIBUTOR'S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY IN THE EVENT OF A
WARRANTY CLAIM
Warn-HL-08-2009.fm
Silent Knight
12 Clintonville Road
Northford, CT 06472-1610
203-484-7161
Fax: 203-484-7118
www.silentknight.com
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