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DAMAGED. Upon unpacking your Simplex product, inspect the contents
of the carton for shipping damage. If damage is apparent, immediately file
a claim with the carrier and notify Simplex.
ELECTRICAL HAZARD - Disconnect electrical power when making any
internal adjustments or repairs. Servicing should be performed by qualified
Simplex Representatives.
RADIO FREQUENCY ENERGY - This equipment generates, uses, and
can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause interference to radio
communications. It has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
a Class A computing device pursuant to Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules,
which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such
interference when operated in a commercial environment. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference in which case
the user at his own expense will be required to take whatever measures may
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Table of Contents
System Overview ......................................................................................
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Introduction ............................................................................................
Standard Features.. ...............................................................................
Optional Features.. ................................................................................
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Hardware Components ............................................................................
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VCP Modules .........................................................................................
4003 VCP Configurations ......................................................................
4020 Slave Configuration ......................................................................
4001/4002 Adjunct Configuration ..........................................................
Stand Alone Paging.. .............................................................................
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Message and Tone Initiation .....................................................................
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4020 Slave.. ...........................................................................................
Adjunct Configuration.. ..........................................................................
Standard Tone Options .........................................................................
Temporal Code Selection ......................................................................
Voice Message Selection ......................................................................
Microphone Pre-tone.. ...........................................................................
Walk Test Phrases ................................................................................
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Hardware and Firmware ........................................................................
VCP Interconnections..
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Voice Controller Assembly Description.. .................................................
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Overview .............................................................................................
DIP Switch.. .........................................................................................
Message Programming .......................................................................
Voice/Tone Generation and Routing.. .................................................
Communications ..................................................................................
Automatic Message Initiation. .............................................................
Message Initiation Via Switches.. .......................................................
MANUAL EVAC Switch. .....................................................................
ALL CLEAR Switch.. ............................................................................
Trouble Indications .............................................................................
Microphone Activation ........................................................................
Remote Microphone.. ..........................................................................
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Additional Descriptions ............................................................................
4003 SlGcard Description ...................................................................
4003 Power Supply Description ..........................................................
VCP Amplifier Description ...................................................................
Programming
the 4003.. ..........................................................................
Configuring for 4020 Systems .............................................................
Editing the Selection.. ..........................................................................
Microphone Selection ..........................................................................
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System Operation ..................................................................................
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General Information.. ...........................................................................
Audio Features ...................................................................................
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Audio Control Switches.. ........................................................................
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Audio Control Switches ......................................................................
MANUAL EVAC Switch ......................................................................
All Clear Switch ..................................................................................
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Audio System Operation ........................................................................
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Slave Mode/Adjunct Mode Operation.. ...............................................
Stand-Alone Mode Operation .............................................................
System Installation.. ...............................................................................
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IMPORTANT. .....................................................................................
General Information.. ..........................................................................
Tools and Equipment Required.. ........................................................
General Notes ....................................................................................
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Installing the 4003 Voice Control Panel .................................................
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Installation Checklist.. .........................................................................
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Mounting the 4003 .................................................................................
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Mounting Procedure.. .........................................................................
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Wiring the 4003.. ....................................................................................
Wiring Requirements..
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Mounting and Wiring Peripheral Devices ...............................................
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Procedure.. .........................................................................................
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System Wiring Configurations..
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Configurations ....................................................................................
Important Notes:. ................................................................................
Adjunct to the 4001 System ...............................................................
Adjunct to the 4002 System ...............................................................
Slave to the 4020 System ..................................................................
Stand-Alone System.. .........................................................................
Remote Microphone ...........................................................................
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Panel Terminal Connections, Jumper Placements, and DIP Switch
Settings ..................................................................................................
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Reference Aids ..................................................................................
Procedure.. .........................................................................................
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System Overview
Introduction
The Simplex 4003 (Figure 1) is a microprocessor-based, single-channel,
voice/tone generator (VTG) with microphone input capability. It is UL listed,
electrically-supervised, and protected against loss of primary AC power and
brown-out conditions.
The 4003 Voice Control Panel (VCP) provides voice and tone generation, 75W
of amplifier power, four supervised notification appliance circuits, and satisfies
multiple application requirements. Automatic stand-alone operation is
application-dependent and easily selected by internal programming DIP
switches.
A second four-circuit NAC card can be installed in the 4003 to control DC
notification appliances. Installation of this card allows visible notification
appliances to remain activated after audible notification circuits are silenced.
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Introduction,
Standard
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Features
Standard features available include the following:
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Walk TestTM- With the Simplex 4020 as the host FACP, the 4003 can
provide the patented Simplex Voice Walk Test feature. With the Simplex
4001/4002 as the host FACP, the 4003 is capable of standard Walk Test
operations.
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Public Address - The 4003 can act as a general paging and public address
system. The mike can be used with or without an alarm condition.
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Optional
Features
Alarm Disable Switch - The 4003 has a service alarm disable switch that is
supervised. This switch prevents the 4003 from going into an alarm
condition while the host panel is being tested or serviced.
Optional features available include:
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Coded Input - The 4003 has a coded input feature which allows it to
duplicate coded signals with its horn tone signal.
Additional Four-Circuit NAC Card (General Alarm Style Y or Style Z) - The
additional NAC module provides a total of eight Notification Appliance
Circuits. Using both modules, audible and visible device circuits can be
separated. This is important for applications that require visible appliances to
continue operating until the fire alarm is reset.
Custom Digitally-Recorded Messages - The customer has three options for
creating a custom message: select an existing message from the Simplex
archive, professionally record a message and have Simplex digitize it, or
write a message which Simplex records and digitizes. The VCP can play
two messages with a total duration of up to 43 seconds.
Supervised Remote Microphone with Key Switch Control - The remote
microphone is a key-enabled, push-to-talk (PTT) dynamic mike.
240 VAC Input Voltage
is protected under U.S. patent #4,725,818.
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Hardware Components
VCP Modules
VCP modules include the following:
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Voice Controller Assembly - This module performs all Voice/Tone
generation functions. The Voice Controller Assembly communicates with a
4020 Master and supervises amplifiers, microphones (Master and Remote)
and the VCP power supply. On-board switches provide simple audio
functions. This module also controls and supervises the 4003 SIGcard in
certain applications.
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4003 SIGcard - This module allows supervision of four Class B circuits
with one signal circuit from a 4001,4002, or 4020 (or any other reverse
polarity signal circuit operating at 24 VDC. It also accepts a +24V
auxiliary alarm input, and can be supervised by the Voice Controller
Assembly. All four signal circuit alarm relays energize with an alarm from
the “host” signal circuit (or VCP). A short or open circuit trouble on any of
the four circuits “open” the host signal circuit (or VCP trouble loop),
causing the required trouble indication at the host FACP.
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4003 VCP Configurations
4003 Class A SIGcard - This module is the Class A version of the 4003
SIGcard.
4003 Power Supply - Since this product can be used with a 400 l-type
system, adequate power from the host FACP may not be available for audio
speaker circuit, DC signal circuit, and system use. This module is a linear
supply with brownout and battery charger features. Power supply capacity
is adequate for 75W Amplifier, VCP power, and battery charging. Battery
charging is limited to 18 Ah, so provisions are made to allow connection of
external battery power. The charger is disabled when external batteries are
used.
4003 Audio Amplifier - The 4003 uses a de-rated version of the 4100 Audio
Amplifier.
The 4003 VCP can be used in several different configurations:
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The 4003 can add voice and tone functions to a Simplex 4020 Fire Alarm
Control Panel (FACP) as a 4020 slave.
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The 4003 can operate as an adjunct to an existing fire alarm panel (such as a
4001/4002 or an FACP from another manufacturer).
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The 4003 can provide stand-alone operation as a paging system with a
manual selection of tones.
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Continued
4020 Slave Configuration
In the 4020 Slave configuration (shown in Figure 2), the VCP communicates
with the 4020 Master Controller via the Remote Unit Interface (RUI) two-wire
communications bus. This allows the 4020 to monitor the 4003 status and to
control tone and message selection. A dedicated 4020 notification appliance
circuit is connect to the 4003 to activate its four NAC speaker outputs.
The 565-358 Voice Controller Assembly is similar to the 4100-family audio
controller. Alarm messages are originated at the host 4020 Master via the
existing “Play” command format. The VCP monitors its amplifier for trouble
conditions. In the “slave” configuration, amplifier status is reported at the 4020
Operator Interface Panel in the same manner as is done with 4100 Voice
systems. Microphone supervision, VTG, chipset, and all other card troubles are
reported to the 4020 Master.
COMMUNICATIONS
4020
VOICE
FACP
CONTROL
PANEL
HOST NAC
Figure 2.
4003 Voice Control
Panel in the Slave Configuration
Spoken (or Voice) Walk Test operation is available with this configuration.
During system Walk Test, activation of the “Manual Evacuation” switch,
microphone, or “All Clear/Second Message” switch generates a voice message
response to the device being tested. Activating addressable manual station 075
on an addressable MAPNET II” circuit on Channel One of the 4020 yields the
voice message “Testing Channel One, Device Seven Five”. Voice message
splicing is limited to the standard Walk Test messages and any spoken codes
that fit in the standard chipset.
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MAPNET II Communicationis protectedby U.S. PatentNo. 4,796,025.
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Hardware Components,
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4020 Slave Configuration,
Continued
A Notification Appliance Circuit (NAC) is used to activate 4003 SIGcard
points. This circuit is actually wired to the VCP to allow compatibility with the
“Adjunct” application (see 4001/4002 Adjunct description below). Use of an
NAC circuit to activate 4003 SIGcard points is necessary to retain use of
existing default audio SMPL, and to ensure signal circuit activation is
coordinated with VTG operation. A jumper selects “Track NAC” operation,
causing a reverse polarity signal transfer to directly activate the 4003 SIGcard
points. The alarm power from the NAC must be filtered 24 VDC (with a 2V
peak-to-peak maximum ripple in the voltage). Unfiltered signal power must not
be brought into either the 4003 SIGcard or the Voice Controller Assembly.
4001/4002 Adjunct
Configuration
In the 4001/4002 adjunct configuration (shown in Figure 3), the 4003 connects
as the end-of-line device to a compatible, dedicated initiating device circuit from
the host panel (such as a Simplex model 4001 or 4002).
IDC (MONITOR)
400-l/4002
VOICE
OR
CONTROL
OTHER FACP
PANEL
NAC (CONTROL)
Figure 3.
4003 Voice Control
Panel in the Adjunct
Configuration
Alarms from the host panel signal the four notification appliance circuits to
respond with tones and messages as programmed. The Initiating Device Circuit
(IDC) connection monitors 4003 system troubles and allows selection of the
manual evacuation message to automatically send an alarm signal to the host
panel. An auxiliary power connection allows use of the 4003 panel voltage as
required. The alarm response can be customized such as to follow coded inputs
with horn or to play digitally pre-recorded messages with a programmable
combination of digitally generated tones. Alarm Signal Silence and Alarm Reset
are performed at the host panel.
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400114002 Adjunct
Configuration,
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Alarm message selection is via DIP switch settings on the 4003 Voice
Controller Assembly. The host FACP activates its Notification Appliance
Circuits and initiates the alarm at the VCP. The Voice Controller generates the
selected alarm message and routes it to the amplifier. For “Adjunct” operation,
an Initiating Device Circuit is required to supervise trouble conditions
associated with the Voice Controller Assembly, Amplifier Board Assembly,
4003 SIGcard, and Power Supply. These and all normal audio card troubles
map to an on-board relay. Activation of this relay causes an Open Circuit
trouble on the host monitor zone. Activation of the Manual EVAC switch
causes an alarm on the host monitor zone. This alarm must energize all signal
circuits in the host FACP. The VCP plays the alarm message and activates the
4003 SIGcard points.
Stand Alone Paging
For stand-alone paging applications, the 4003 VCP provides manual control for
microphone announcements or pre-recorded messages. Digitized messages are
played using the “Manual EVAC” or “Message Two” switches. The
microphone is used to make live announcements. The trouble output activates
on any card trouble status, allowing field wiring of an IDC. Connection of an
IDC allows a separately-mounted FACP to monitor for trouble conditions.
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Message and Tone Initiation
4020 Slave
If you want to use the VCP in the 4020 Slave configuration, you must program
the 4020 FACP for the VCP using Version 7 (or later) of the 4100 Programming
Unit. A “play” command is generated by the Master Controller if you key the
microphone or use either the “Manual EVAC” or “All Clear/Message Two”
switch. The VTG needs the “play” command to reproduce the desired audio
message. When the VCP is programmed into a 4020 (with Version 7.01 or later
system software), an alarm received by the 4020 generates the “play” command
in the same manner as if a 4100 Audio Controller were installed in the system.
Adjunct
When the VCP is used in the Adjunct configuration, it must generate its own
“play” commands. Use DIP switch SW2 on the 565-358 Voice Controller
Assembly to program the desired messages. Figure 4 shows the Tone and
Message Select Switches of DIP switch SW2.
Configuration
Figure 4.
Tone and Voice Message
Select Switches
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OFF
THREE TONE-SELECT
sw2-1
b
sw2-2
SWITCHES:
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IF NO VOICE MESSAGE IS SELECTED
TONE PLAYS FOREVER.
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IF VOICE IS SELECTED, TONE
BECOMES A PRE-TONE OF
APPROXIMATELY
TEN SECONDS
SW2-3
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MESSAGE-ON
SWITCH:
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“ON” SELECTS
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“OFF” SELECTS
VOICE MESSAGE.
NO VOICE MESSAGE
Message and Tone Initiation,
Adjunct Configuration
(continued)
Continued
The second four switches (5 - 8) of DIP switch SW2 (shown in Figure 4) are
used to program the “Alarm/Manual EVAC” Message. The first four switches
(1 - 4) perform the same function for the second message (“All Clear”). As
shown in Figure 4, switches SW2-2 through SW2-4 select the Tone; switch
SW2-1 selects the Voice/No Voice Message for MSG2. For the “
Note:
Standard
Tone Options
Using three switches for tone selection allows seven different tones.
Standard tone options available with the VCP are shown in Table 1.
Table 1.
Standard
Tone Options
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II
Tone Option
Available
SW2 EVAC
DIP Switch
Settings
1
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1 No Tone
with the VCP
SW2 MSG2
DIP Switch
Settings
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I v* 0 0 0 l v* 0 0 0
Slow Whoop
v*
0
0
1
v*
0
0
1
Chime
v*
0
1
0
v*
0
1
0
I v* 0
1
1
I v* 0
1
1
v*
1
0
0
1
Horn - 20 Beats per Minute
v*
1
0
Bell - 60 Beats per Minute
V*
1
Bell - (Continuous)
v*
1
1 Hi/Lo
I Horn - I20 Beats per Minute I
v*
1
0
0
1
v*
1
0
1
1
0
V*
1
1
0
1
1
v*
1
1
1
V = Set to 0 for TONE ONLY; set to 1 for SPOKEN MESSAGE WITH PRE-TONE.
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Message and Tone Initiation,
Temporal
Continued
Code Selection
Selection of temporal code for Horn, Bell, Whoop, or Chime tones is available
by selecting the desired tone with the DIP switch, and by installing jumper P3 to
position 2-3 on the voice controller assembly (565-358). Temporal coded horn
is selected by picking any horn tone. The other tones require the continuous
setting.
Voice Message Selection
Voice message selection is accomplished by specifying the location in message
memory for the Evacuation and Second messages when the message chip is
being built. The Evacuation Message is located at phrase location 89. The
Second Message is located at phrase location 90. Custom message chips have
alternate messages at these locations, and are limited to complete spoken
messages. No message splicing is available.
Microphone
The microphone pre-tone is the Chime Tone, played three times.
Pre-tone
Walk Test Phrases
In the Slave configuration, Walk Test phrases are generated by the 4020 Master
Controller, exactly like the 4100 audio system. Spoken Walk Test is not
available in the Adjunct configuration.
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Hardware and Firmware
VCP Interconnections
Interconnections between VCP modules are shown in Figure 5.
AUDIO SIGNAL TO 4020 SIGNALS
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25V AUDIO
AMP PWR
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VCP POWER, POWER SUPPLY CONTROL, AND SUPERVISION
Figure 5.
Voice Control
Panel Functional
Block Diagram
Note that the Notification Appliance Circuit from the host FACP ties into the
Voice Controller Assembly. The Voice Controller Assembly monitors the
signal circuit activation in “Adjunct Mode” and transfers 4003 SIGcard relays
after performing the necessary VTG operations. In the “Slave Mode”, the
incoming signal activates at the appropriate time (after the VTG tasks are
completed), and is directly routed to all 4003 SIGcard points. You must use a
jumper to select the needed operation.
Access to audio power is from a harness to the 4003 SIGcard. If you want to
wire audio power to the 4020 signal circuits, use the termination(s) on the
SIGcard, as the amplifier has no terminal block output.
The VCP power supply is adequate for 75W audio power. If less than a 75W
load exists, signal power may be available for strobes or other system use. A
chart is provided on the inside of the cabinet door showing available signal
power with a range of amplifier ratings.
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Voice Controller
Assembly
Description
Overview
The 4003 Voice Controller Assembly is similar to the 4100 Audio Card, except
that only one audio channel is available. The on-board micro-controller
monitors amplifier status, master microphone, and remote microphone
conditions, as well as the status of the VCP front panel switches. It also
provides power supply control functions (including AC line monitoring) and
charger/battery monitoring.
DIP Switch
The 565-358 Voice Controller Assembly uses an eight-position DIP switch
(SW3) to set the address and communications baud rate. (See Figure 6.)
Position 8 is the Least Significant Bit (LSB) of the address. Position 2 is the
Most Significant Bit (MSB). The switch is set to the address of the board as
programmed by the 4100 Programming Unit. The Baud Rate Select Switch,
SW3-1, selects 9600 Baud when placed in the “ON” position. In the “OFF”
position, SW3-1 selects 1200 Baud. The device address is selected by SW3-8
through SW3-2. If you are going to use the Voice Controller Assembly in the
Non-Communicating Mode (as with a 4002 FACP), select Address 0.
Device Baud Rate
Select Switch
Device Address
Select Switches
SW3 set for 9600 Baud, Address 0.
Figure 6.
Address and Communications
Switch SW3
Baud Rate Selection
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Voice Controller
Assembly
Message Programming
Voice/Tone
Routing
Generation
Description,
Continued
Digitized messages and tones are stored in on-board EPROM and selected by
eight-position DIP switch SW2. Message initiation is via automatic or manual
means. Switches allow selection of either the Evacuation message or a second
message. (On the standard message chip, the second message defaults to the
“All Clear” message.) In addition, two microphone inputs are provided for live
announcements. (Installation of the second microphone is optional.)
and
The VCP uses the same VTG circuitry as the 4 100 Audio Controller. However,
since only one audio channel is available, a single VTG is provided with no
backup VTG available.
When a message plays, it is always routed to Channel 1. If a microphone is
keyed while a message is playing, the microphone is also routed to Channel 1.
The Master (local) Microphone overrides the Remote Microphone (if the
Remote Microphone is installed).
Communications
The VCP communicates with a 4020 via RUI communications. Communication
style is selected with a four-position DIP switch, SW6, located on the 565-358
Voice Controller Assembly.
When the VCP is connected to a host (4001/4002 or “other”) FACP in Adjunct
Mode, there is no serial communications interface.
Automatic
Message
Initiation
With a 4020 system, messages are activated via serial communications. The
4020 panel activates the signal circuit that ties the VCP to the FACP. The VCP
then energizes the circuits that are tied to the four-circuit 4003 SIGcard.
If an alarm is initiated at an “Adjunct” FACP (4001,4002, or “others”), the four
VCP signal circuits energize and the alarm message plays. A reverse polarity
signal circuit is wired to terminals provided at the VCP. If no such circuit is
available, a +24V signal on alarm can be wired into the “+ Sig” terminal of the
VCP. However, this method does not provide supervision of wiring between the
two panels.
Message
Switches
Initiation
Via
Activation of either the “Manual Evacuation” or “All Clear (Message 2)” switch
is transmitted to the host tire alarm panel in one of two ways. When
communicating with a 4020, the VCP sends the switch status message to the
4020 Master Controller. The Message Initiation switches are described in the
following paragraphs.
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Voice Controller
MANUAL
EVAC Switch
Assembly
Description,
Continued
When used with an Adjunct FACP, the VCP communicates the MANUAL
EVAC switch transfer by alarming an Initiating Device Circuit (IDC). The
alarmed IDC (a monitor zone) causes a General Alarm at the FACP. Activation
of this point energizes strobes or other visual devices connected to the FACP. It
also trips the City Circuit, The MANUAL EVAC switch also energizes the four
circuits on the 4003 SIGcard.
ALL CLEAR Switch
Activation of the ALL CLEAR (“Message Two”) switch energizes the four
signal circuits on the 4003 SIGcard. This allows the playing of non-tire
messages without alarming the FACP. If the signal circuits at the FACP are
used as voice speaker circuits, they do not energize with the ALL CLEAR
(“Message Two”) switch. For this reason, all voice circuits must be wired from
the four VCP circuits in an Adjunct application.
Trouble
The VCP transfers a relay and lights the SYSTEM TROUBLE LED when any
one of the following trouble conditions occurs:
Indications
Microphone
Activation
Remote Microphone
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VTG trouble
.
Amplifier trouble
.
Master/Remote Microphone trouble
.
VCP Signal Circuit trouble
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Message Memory trouble
.
Low Battery/ AC Power Loss trouble.
The local microphone is activated by pressing the microphone switch. When
this occurs, the speaker circuits are activated and the Chime pre-tone sounds.
The green READY-TO-TALK LED lights to indicate that live voice
announcements can be made.
A remote microphone can be added to the VCP. The remote microphone is
supervised by the VCP. A keyed switch provides security against unauthorized
use of the microphone. Pressing the microphone “Push-to Talk” switch silences
the VTG, routes the microphone, and energizes the speaker circuits. The Master
(local) Microphone has priority over the remote microphone. If both
microphones are keyed at the same time, only the Master Microphone is “on
line”. A READY-TO-TALK LED illuminates on the remote microphone panel
when the microphone is “on line”.
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Additional
4003 SlGcard
Descriptions
Description
The 4003 SIGcard is a four-circuit repeater. It supervises each circuit for shorts
and opens, and transfers a common trouble relay. If a circuit is shorted, the
SIGcard does not energize that relay. The SIGcard is controlled and monitored
by the 565-358 Voice Controller Assembly, or by a wired NAC circuit from the
host panel.
4003 Power Supply
Description
The Voice Controller Assembly, 4003 SIGcard, and 75W Amplifier Board
Assembly receive power from the 4003 Power Supply. This power supply can
provide adequate power for the system cards and charge system batteries rated
at up to 18 Ah. Brownout and battery supervision are provide. Trouble
conditions are monitored by the Voice Controller Assembly. Termination’s are
provided for external battery input. However, in this “external battery
configuration”, the 4003 charger is disabled.
VCP Amplifier
Speaker power is provided by the VCP Amplifier module, a 25V RMS amplifier
with a rating of 75W at 25V only. The “Class A/Music” features associated
with 4 100 Audio Systems are not available with the VCP.
Description
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Programming
Configuring
the 4003
for 4020 Systems
For 4020 Systems, the VCP is added under the CARD CONFIGURATION
EDITOR audio category in Version 7 (or later) of the 4 100 Programming Unit,
as shown in Figure 7.
Note:
When used as an “Adjunct” to a 4001/4002 or “a panel by others”, the
VCP needs no programming by the 4100 Programming Unit.
CARD
Audio,
Message Expansion,
(0205) Phone Card
(0210) Audio Controller
(0211) Message Expansion
Select
EDITOR
CONFIGURATION
and Phone cards
Card
card type to add to system.
Q!X>
to exit.
Total
Figure 7.
Adding the Voice Control
Programming
Unit
cads:
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Panel with the 4100
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Programming
Editing the Selection
the 4003, Continued
After you have added the VCP, return to the CARD CONFIGURATION
EDITOR Main Menu, select the Voice Control Panel (as shown in Figure 8),
and press the <E> key to edit the selection.
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Microphone
Selection
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Editing the Voice Control
Configuration
Editor
Panel with the Card
When the <E> key is pressed, the Programming Unit displays the VOICE
CONTROL PANEL CARD DATA ENTRY Screen, as shown in Figure 9.
Figure 9.
VOICE CONTROL
PANEL CARD ENTRY Screen
Make the appropriate microphone selections and return to the Card
Configuration Editor.
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System Operation
General Information
The following paragraphs contain material that is applicable to all 4003 VCP
systems. They describe general features and operating procedures.
Audio Features
The 4003 VCP is a single-channel voice control panel that provides Alert
/Evacuation and All Clear Messages over all of its speaker circuits. In addition,
the system microphone provides live voice message delivery to any area within
the building that is covered by the 4003 speakers.
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Audio Control Switches - Two switches mounted on the 4003 VCP panel
control the 4003 audio functions. An LED (located above the switch)
illuminates to indicate the condition or operation.
Voice/Tone Messages - The 4003 VCP has both Voice and Tone Messages
that may contain various tones along with specified phrases which instruct
building occupants to behave in a manner appropriate to the abnormal
conditions.
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Audio Control Switches
Audio Control
Switches
Figure 10 shows the 4003 panel switches that control the following functions:
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MANUAL
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ALL CLEAR Switch.
EVAC Switch
The function of each switch is explained in the following paragraphs.
MANUAL EVAC LED
ALL CLEAR LED
/
ALL CLEAR SWITCH
MANUAL EVAC SWITCH
---.
READY TO TALK LED
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MICROPHONE
SWITCH
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Figure IO. 4003 Audio Control
MANUAL
EVAC Switch
All Clear Switch
Switches
This switch is used to turn ON all of the speaker circuits and start the
Evacuation Tone, Evacuation Message or a combination of both. The red LED
above the switch tracks the Evacuation Tone/Message to indicate when the
tone/message is playing. To restore the system to normal operation, the host
panel must be silenced and reset.
When this switch is placed in the UP position, the All Clear Message (or
“Custom Message”) is played. The red LED above the switch tracks the ON
position of the switch. The message stops when the switch is again placed in the
UP position.
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Audio System Operation
Slave Mode/Adjunct
Operation
Mode
The following procedures detail system operation for slave/adjunct mode. (Refer
to Figure 10 for the location of the switches and LEDs mentioned in the
following procedures.)
How to operate the microphone
1. Remove the Microphone from the enclosure and press (and hold) the
Microphone Switch. (The Chime Tone will sound three times.)
2.
When the green READY TO TALK LED turns ON, make the appropriate
announcement.
3.
When finished, turkey the Microphone and place it in the enclosure.
Note:
Releasing the Microphone Switch restarts the tone or message if a tone
or message was previously playing.
How to initiate an evacuation signal
1.
TO EVACUATE
Note:
2.
ALL AREAS: Flip up the MANUAL
EVAC Switch.
The red MANUAL EVAC LED lights to indicate that the EVAC
message is playing on all speakers.
To make an announcement with the Microphone, see “How to Operate the
Microphone”.
How to silence alarm signals
To silence the 4003 speakers, perform the host alarm silence procedure at the
host FACP.
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The red MANUAL
.
Reset the host panel to restore visual circuits to OFF.
EVAC LED turns OFF and the speakers silence.
How to initiate an All Clear signal (or custom message)
1. TO ALL AREAS: Flip up the ALL CLEAR switch.
Note:
2.
The red ALL CLEAR LED lights to indicate that the ALL CLEAR
message is playing on all speakers.
To silence the speakers, flip up the ALL CLEAR switch again.
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The red ALL CLEAR LED turns OFF and the speakers silence.
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Audio System Operation,
Stand-Alone
Mode Operation
Continued
The following procedures detail system operation for stand-alone mode. (Refer
to Figure 10 for the location of the switches and LEDs mentioned in the
following procedures.)
How to operate the microphone
1. Remove the Microphone from the enclosure and press (and hold) the
Microphone Switch. (The Chime Tone will sound three times.)
2.
When the green READY TO TALK LED turns ON, make the appropriate
announcement.
3.
When finished, unkey the Microphone and place it in the enclosure.
Note:
Releasing the Microphone Switch restarts the tone or message if a tone
or message was previously playing.
How to initiate an evacuation signal
1. TO EVACUATE ALL AREAS: Flip up the MANUAL
Note:
2.
EVAC Switch.
The red MANUAL EVAC LED lights to indicate that the EVAC
message is playing on all speakers.
To make an announcement with the Microphone, see “How to Operate the
Microphone”.
How to silence an evacuation signal
To silence the 4003 speakers, flip up the MANUAL
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The red MANUAL
EVAC switch again.
EVAC LED turns OFF and the speakers silence.
How to initiate an All Clear signal (or custom message)
1. TO ALL AREAS: Flip up the ALL CLEAR switch.
Note:
The red ALL CLEAR LED lights to indicate that the ALL CLEAR
message is playing on all speakers.
2.
To silence the speakers, flip up the ALL CLEAR switch again.
.
The red ALL CLEAR LED turns OFF and the speakers silence.
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System Installation
IMPORTANT
Notify appropriate personnel (building occupants, tire department, monitoring
facility, etc.) of the installation.
General Information
The following paragraphs contain material which is applicable to all 4003 VCP
systems. Be sure that you are thoroughly familiar with this material before
installing the system.
To help you with installation of this and other Simplex equipment, the following
publication is available for general reference: How to Wire a Building for a Fire
Alarm System.
Tools and Equipment
Required
General Notes
The following tools and equipment are required to install the 4003 VCP:
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l/4-Inch Flat-tip Screwdriver, s-Inches long
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l/8-Inch Flat-tip Screwdriver, 4-Inches long
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Volt-Ohmmeter
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Diagonal Cutting Pliers
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Wire Strippers
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End-of-Line (EOL) resistors (supplied by Simplex)
.
Field Wiring Diagram 84 l-92 1.
All wiring must be done in accordance with local codes.
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A minimum of 6 inches of free conductor is required in each electrical box
to facilitate termination’s.
A 12-inch service loop of cable is required for all continuous pulls through
an electrical box.
All system wiring subject to physical damage must be mechanically
protected based on the environment to which the cable is subjected.
A neatly wired system helps assure an accurate inspection of all
connections and simplify troubleshooting.
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Installing
Installation
the 4003 Voice Control Panel
Checklist
The installation checklist (shown in Table 2) provides a systematic method for
installing the 4003. When you finish a procedural step. place a check mark in
the appropriate box in the left column.
Table 2.
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Installation
Checklist
PROCEDURE
1.
Mount 4003 back box.
2.
Install system wiring as required and check for absence of voltage, opens, and shorts.
3.
install peripheral devices and connect end-of-line resistors across terminals of the last
device in the circuit.
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4.
Connect ground wire from electrical distribution
5.
Connect external speakers circuit to TBI-1
6.
Install jumper in position l-2 of P3 on the 4003 SIGcard.
7.
Install and connect additional SlGcard as required.
8.
Set the Voice Controller Assembly
9.
If 4003 is being used in Adjunct Mode, select desired message using Voice Controller
Assembly DIP Switch SW2 and jumper P3..
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10. Verify jumper settings on the 562-907 Amplifier Board Assembly;
and J15, Remove R4, RIO, R38, C5 and JWI.
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11. If 4003 is being used in 4020 Slave Mode, select RUI COMMS using Voice Controller
Assembly DIP Switch SW6 (SW6-1 and SW6-2 “ON” and SW6-3 and SW6-4 “OFF”)..
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12. If 4003 is being used with a 4100 or 4020, track NAC by installing jumper to position 2-3 of
P2, all other panels install jumper to position 1-2 of P2. For Voice Message or non-coded
operation, install jumper to position l-2 of P2 and position 2-3 of P9 on Voice Controller
Assembly. For coded horn operation install jumper to position 2-3 of P2 and l-2 of P9. To
select Temporal Code install jumper to position 2-3 of P3.
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13. Install battery charger options as required.
14. Install battery switch over option as required.
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16. Connect AC power leads to TB3 on the 565-367 Power Supply, or connect AC power to the
flying lead of the transformer if 565-593 Power Supply is used.
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17. Apply system power.
panel to the 4003 green grounding screw.
(SIG +) and TBI-2
(SIG -) on the 4003 SIGcard.
DIP Switch SW3 as required.
Install Jl, J3, J5, J7, Jll
15. If 4003 is being used in either Adjunct Mode or 4020 Slave Mode, install OV connection to
host FACP.
18. If using internal batteries, connect as indicated.
19. If using external batteries from FACP, connect as indicated.
20. Test the system.
The following pages provide a detailed description of the installation. If you
experience problems that cannot be resolved, call your local Simplex Branch
Office.
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Mounting
Mounting
the 4003
Procedure
Use the following procedure when mounting a 4003.
1. Carefully open the shipping container.
2.
Remove the 4003 from the shipping container and lay the unit on a flat
surface.
3.
Unlock and open the panel door.
4.
Remove the microphone from its holding clip and set it aside.
5.
Remove the four screws holding the retainer (internal door) to the back box,
as shown in Figure 11.
RETAINER HOLDING
SCREWS
Figure 11. Location
of the Retainer
Holding
Screws
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Mounting
the 4003, Continued
Mounting Procedure
(continued)
6.
Remove the retainer from the back box.
7.
Remove the knockout plugs on the back box for wire entry.
8.
At the 4003 mounting location, install the 4003 back box as shown in
Figure 12.
a.
Position the back box on two wall-mounted screws capable of
supporting the panel with batteries using the special keyholes at the top
of the box.
b.
Tighten screws until snug.
C.
Note:
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Insert a mounting screw in each of the two mounting holes at the
bottom of the box and tighten these screws until snug.
For semi-flush mounting, the back box must be extended 1 l/2 inches
from the finished wall. Refer to the “Rough Opening” section of the
Back Box Installation Chart (Figure 12).
DOOR WIDTH
26 ’ 66Omm)
BOX WIDTH
25 34’
WALL
SURFAC?
f
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4’(10lmm)
A
BAlTERY
MOUNTING AREA:
AVOID BOlTOM
ENTRY CONDUIT I!
/THIS
SPACE
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1
BEIGE SEMI-FLUSH
1 7116” WIDE
TRIM (2975-9801)
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Figure 12. Installing
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the 4003 Back Box
4114
Wiring the 4003
Wiring
Requirements
Refer to the 841-921 Field Wiring Diagram, the Wiring Information mounted on
the inside of the 4003 panel door, the 4003 Voice Control Panel Connection
Diagram (Figure 13), and the system wiring requirements listed below when
wiring the 4003.
All wires are to be copper conductors only.
All wiring, except incoming power and ground connecting wires, must be
free from grounds or shorts and have a resistance of one megohm, or
higher, to EARTH.
All wiring shall be terminated with UL listed devices (i.e., wire nuts,
pressure connectors, etc.). Wiring terminated with only electrical tape is
not permitted. All splicing (free ends of conductors) shall be covered with
an insulation equivalent to that of the conductors.
When running wires to the 4003, identify the wires appropriately: Input
power, dedicated IDC wiring (if not connected to a 4020 FACP), dedicated
NAC wiring, RUI wiring (if required), Remote Microphone wiring (if
required), external battery connection (if required), and the four NAC
circuits (an additional four NAC circuits are available as a field-installed
option).
TO DEDICATED NOTIFICATION
APPUANCE CIRCUIT OF HOST
FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANE,.
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EXTERNAL
BATTERY
CONNECTION
,,F REOUIRED)
AC INPUT
POWER
NOT,F,CAT,ON APPLIANCE CIRCUITS.
FOUR STYLE Y STANDARD (STYLE Z OPTIONAL)
RATED 2A 0 25VRMS
(ADDITIONAL FOUR CIRCUITS AVAlLASLE
FlELD ,NSTALLED ONLY,
C3-22,#14AWGMIN
TO DEDICATED IDC OF
HOST F,RE ALARM CONTRO
PANE,. (NOT REOUIRED IF
CONNECTED TO 4020)
CONTROL PANEL
MS TWISTED,
SHEILDED PA,R
CONNECTED TO A SIMPLEX 4020
F,RE CONTROL PANEL,
PLUS 5 #I8 AWG CONTROL WIRES.
MAXIMUM DlSTANCE 4500 FT. (762l.43.
Figure 13. 4003 VCP Connection
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4003-9803 SUPERVISED REMOTE
MlCROPHONE WITH KEYSWITCH
AND READY TO TALK LED
MOUNTS ON 2 GANG BOX.
Diagram
Mounting
Procedure
and Wiring Peripheral
Devices
Refer to the 84 l-92 1 Field Wiring Diagram and the procedure listed below
when installing the 4003 peripheral devices.
NOTE:
Use the resistor color code shown in Figure 14 to identify the
EOL resistors used in the installation.
1. Determine the mounting locations of the peripheral devices and install
system wires from the mounting location of each peripheral device to the
4003 panel.
2.
Install all peripheral devices and connect them to the appropriate wires.
(Refer to the installation instructions packed with the devices.)
3.
For Style Y (Class B) devices, connect a lOK, 1/2W End-of Line Resistor
(EOLR) across the terminals of the last device in the circuit and mark the
device accordingly.
4.
If a remote microphone is not installed on this system, terminate TB2 on the
565-358 Voice Controller Assembly as follows:
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lK, 1/2W resistor from TB2-2 to TB2-3
.
lOK, 1/2W resistor from TB2-1 to TB2-3
.
IOK, 1/2W resistor from TB2-4 to TB2-5
.
lOK, 1/2W resistor from TB2-6 to TB2-8.
BROWN
BROWN
/
/
BLACK
BLACK
/
/
ORANGE
RED
/
/
GOLD
GOLD
/
1 .OOO-OHM (1 K. I/2
Figure 14. End-Of-Line
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lO.OOO-OHM (IOK. i/2
Resistor
Color Code
System Wiring Configurations
Configurations
Important
Notes:
The 4003 has the following system wiring configurations:
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Adjunct to the 4001 System
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Adjunct to the 4002 System
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Slave to the 4020 System
.
Stand-Alone System
.
Remote Microphone.
The 4003 terminal blocks are labeled with a “TB number”, and each terminal on
the terminal block has a number. (For example, Terminal No. 1 on Terminal
Block No. 1 is labeled TBl-1.)
Each terminal on the terminal block is also identified with an abbreviation of the
circuit wire that is connected to it. (For example, TBl-1 on the 565-358 Voice
Controller Assembly is labeled “RUI -‘I.)
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System Wiring Configurations,
Adjunct
to the 4001 System
Continued
Six wires are required for this installation. (See Figure 15.)
4001
NAC
IDC
4003
A
B
NAC
IDC
EARTH
ov
AUXPOWER
EXT PWR
Figure 15. Interconnection
AUX
to the 4001
Pair A connects the 400 1 NAC to the 4003 and is used for automatic alarm
activation and for 4003 supervision. Pair B connects to the Initiating Device
Circuit (IDC) from the 4001. It is used for 4003 manual alarm activation, and it
turns on strobes, city connect, or other functions wired directly to the host panel.
The fifth wire is required for EARTH Detection Reporting back to the 400 1
panel. The sixth wire is required to provide a filtered power source to the 400 1
NAC. When the using external batteries of the host panel, an additional pair of
wires is required to interconnect the two panels.
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System Wiring Configurations,
Adjunct
to the 4002 System
Continued
Five wires are required for this installation. (See Figure 16.)
4002
NAC
IDC
NAC
IDC
EARTH REPORTING
ov
1~11~1
4003
A II
I,
B ,,
I,
ov
I
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III,
Figure 16. Interconnection
to the 4002
Pair A connects the 4002 NAC to the 4003. Pair B connects the 4002 IDC to the
4003. The fifth wire is required for EARTH Detection Reporting to the host
FACP. An additional pair of wires is required to interconnect the two panels
when the external batteries of the host panel are used as backup.
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System Wiring Configurations,
Slave to the 4020 System
Continued
Five wires are required for this installation. (See Figure 17.)
4020
4003
A
NAC
ov
NAC
I,
EARTH REPORTING
ov
RUI
RUI
7
QX- TWISTED SHIELDED
Figure 17. Interconnection
to the 4020
Pair A connects the NAC of the 4020 FACP to the NAC of the 4003. Another
wire is required for EARTH Detection Reporting to the host FACP. A twisted
shielded pair is required for the Remote Unit Interface (RUI). This pair
provides manual alarm activation and the Voice Walk Test feature.
Stand-Alone
System
Remote Microphone
As a standalone system, no wiring to an outside FACP is necessary.
When wiring the remote microphone to the 4003, one twisted shielded pair is
required for audio transmission. Five additional conductors are also required for
microphone control functions. The maximum wiring distance for this
installation is 4500 feet (1372 meters).
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Panel Terminal
Settings
Reference
Aids
Connections,
Jumper Placements,
and DIP Switch
Refer to the 84 l-92 1 Field Wiring Diagram, the information sheets mounted on
the inside of the 4003 panel door, and the procedure listed below when installing
the 4003 VCP.
Follow the steps listed below when installing the 4003 VCP.
1.
Connect ground wire from electrical distribution panel to the 4003 green
grounding screw.
2.
Connect external speakers circuit to TBl-1 (SIG +) and TB l-2 (SIG -) on
the 4003 SIGcard.
Procedure
Install jumper in position l-2 of P3 on the 4003 SIGcard.
Install and connect additional SIGcard as required.
Set the Voice Controller Assembly DIP Switch SW3 as required.
If 4003 is being used in Adjunct Mode, select desired message using Voice
Controller Assembly DIP Switch SW2 and jumper P3.
7.
8.
9.
Verify jumper settings on the 562-907 Amplifier Board Assembly.
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Install Jl, J3, J5, J7, Jll, and J15.
.
Remove R4, RlO, R38, C5, and JWl.
If 4003 is being used in 4020 Slave Mode, select RUI COMMS using
Voice Controller Assembly DIP Switch SW6.
.
Set SW6-1 and SW6-2 ON.
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Set SW6-3 and SW6-4 OFF.
If 4003 is being used with a 4100 or 4020, track NAC by installing jumper
to position 2-3 of P2, all other panels install jumper to position l-2 of P2.
For Voice Message or non-coded operation, install jumper to position l-2
of P2 and position 2-3 of P9 on Voice Controller Assembly. For coded
horn operation install jumper to position 2-3 of P2 and 1-2 of P9. To select
Temporal Code install jumper to position 2-3 of P3.
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Panel Terminal Connections,
Settings, Continued
Procedure,
(continued)
Jumper Placements,
and DIP Switch
10. Install battery charger options as required.
.
For external batteries and charger, install jumper to position l-2 on P4
of 565-367 or 565-593 Power Supply.
.
To charge 18 Ah or 10 Ah lead-acid batteries, install jumper to
position 2-3 on P4 of 565-367 or 565-593 Power Supply.
11. Install battery switch over option as required.
.
For automatic switch to battery upon power failure, install jumper to
position 2-3 on P3 of 565-367 or 565-593 Power Supply.
.
For switch to battery on signal from Voice Controller, install jumper to
position l-2 on P3 of 565-367 or 565-593 Power Supply.
12. If 4003 is being used in either Adjunct Mode or 4020 Slave Mode, install
OV connection to host FACP.
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Connect a 12 AWG copper wire from TB2-3 to OV on the battery block
of the host FACP.
13. Connect AC power leads to TB3 on the 565-367 Power Supply. If 565-593
Power Supply is used, connect AC power to the flying leads of the
transformer.
14. Apply system power.
15. If using internal batteries, connect as indicated.
16. If using external batteries from FACP, connect as indicated.
17. Test the system.
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