Protectowire 2000 FireSystem User manual

Protectowire 2000 FireSystem User manual
FireSystem 2600HD
Industrial Fire Control Panel
Features
• Custom designed to specifications
• Industrial NEMA Type 4 enclosures
• Protectowire Alarm Point Location Meter - standard
• Monitors up to 5,000 feet (1,524m) of Protectowire Linear
Heat Detector per zone
• Lamp and initiating device circuit alarm tests
• Ground fault detection
• Trouble silence resound timer
• Available PCLC based touch screen OI display panel
Introduction
The 2600HD Series is custom configured to each customer’s
application requirements and is specifically designed for industrial
hazards which demand high reliability and customized system
features. Special capabilities, such as custom system operating
logic, outdoor or hazardous installation environments, special
input voltages, high power demand applications, or multiple
extinguishing release circuit activation can all be provided to
meet the most demanding application requirements.
Description
The 2600HD is a fully supervised, fire detection control panel
available in multiple zone custom configurations. The system is
modular in design and provides a range of functional control
features. The system is Factory Mutual Research Corporation (FM)
approved and conforms to applicable NFPA 72 requirements for
local and auxiliary protective signaling systems. It may also be used
as part of a proprietary fire alarm system, and when properly
configured, will operate early warning smoke and flame detectors,
provide sprinkler supervisory service, water flow alarm, and
automatic extinguishing system release including preaction and
deluge sprinkler systems.
An ISO 9001 Registered Company
System Control Units
The core system is available in three distinct configurations:
• 2600HD1 — The standard system control unit has been designated the 2600HD1. This model consists of an MB-97 Series
Main Control Board, associated power supply and standard
Protectowire Alarm Point Location Meter. The meter will display
the linear distance in feet or meters from the start of the Detector
portion of the zone to the heat actuated point on the
Protectowire Linear Heat Detector.
• 2600HD2 — A non-metered version of the standard control unit,
model 2600HD2 is available for those applications which do not
require the use of a Protectowire Alarm Point Location Meter.
Should system requirements change after installation, the
2600HD2 has been designed to accommodate easy field installation of an optional Protectowire Alarm Point Location Meter
without the need to replace the system’s original modules.
• 2600HD3 — The 2600HD3 configuration consists of the
MB-97 Series Main Control Board, associated power supply, and
PCLC based operator interface (OI) touch screen display panel.
This enhanced system control unit provides a Protectowire Alarm
Point Location Meter function with automatic alarm scanning,
data history logging, expanded communication capabilities using
RS232/422/485 serial ports, and when properly configured,
graphic annunciation of the protected hazard area.
NEMA rating. In addition, most individual control and detection modules have
on-board LED indicators which duplicate the external LED indicators to assist
in identifying various alarm, trouble or
off normal conditions once the control
panel door has been opened.
The 2600HD Series Control Unit has
been designed to provide maximum
power management flexibility, and is
offered in three standard power configurations. Each configuration is identified
by a unique ordering code which designates the system’s input operating voltage
and back-up power source:
GC1 — 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz. Input
with Gel Cell (Sealed Lead Acid)
Battery Back-up.
MB-97 Main Board
GC2 — 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz. Input with Gel Cell (Sealed Lead
Acid) Battery Back-up.
UC1 — Universal Primary and Back-up Power Input.
Uninterruptible Second Source Back-up Power required.
The UC1 Universal Power Input option utilizes highly efficient
switching power supplies for both system primary and secondary
back-up power input. Each power supply is capable of operating on
input voltage ranges of 120 - 240 VAC or 120 - 250 VDC. In this
configuration, emergency back-up batteries are not used in the
system and the standard MB-97 main board is replaced by the
MB-97-UC1 which does not contain battery charging or monitoring
capabilities. All other functional system controls remain the same.
System Options
PCLC Graphic Display (2600HD3)
System Control Unit F eatures
Each system control unit contains an MB-97 main board which
provides user operated control switches, complete power
management, adjustable battery charger with monitor, ground fault
detection, lamp test, one Class A/B (Style Z or Y) general alarm
notification appliance circuit, one Class A/B (Style Z or Y) programmable auxiliary alarm notification appliance circuit and trouble
silence resound timer.
Twelve (12) system status LED indicators are mounted on the
MB-97 main board. A green Power On LED, a red General Alarm
LED, a red Auxiliary Alarm LED, one each yellow Common
Trouble LED, Trouble Silence LED, Ground Fault LED, General
Alarm Circuit Open LED, General Alarm Circuit Short LED,
Auxiliary Alarm Circuit Open LED, Auxiliary Alarm Circuit Short
LED, Battery Out LED and Battery Low LED. On board system
controls consist of four slide switches which activate System Alarm
Test, System Reset, Alarm/Trouble Silence and Lamp Test functions.
All system alarm, trouble, and supervisory indicators are mounted
on the front of the enclosure behind a sealed window, which has
been specially designed to maintain the integrity of the enclosure’s
Initiating Device Modules – Options A, AA, B, BB, C & CC
The 2600HD Series Control Panel utilizes two distinct input modules (ZM-2/ZM-3224) for all alarm initiating devices. Both modules have been designed to operate up to 5,000 feet (1,524m) of
Protectowire Linear Heat Detector as well as other types of initiating devices such as smoke and flame detectors, water flow switches,
manual pull stations and spot heat detectors.
Options A & AA (Two Class A Detection Zones)
Option A consists of the ZM-2 Input Module configured to provide two independent Class A (Style D) two wire initiating device
circuits. Each initiating circuit is equipped with one red alarm
LED, one yellow trouble LED and a push button switch for
manual operation of the Protectowire Alarm Point Location
Meter (2600HD1 Systems only). The ZM-2 features programmable alarm output signaling, auxiliary alarm and trouble outputs
by zone for operation of other devices such as relays, and on
board cross-zoning circuit for extinguishing applications.
Option AA consists of the ZM-2 plus a special I/O Interface
Module. This option is used only in 2600HD3 Systems.
Options A and AA may not be used with Intrinsic Safety
Barriers (Option G).
Options B & BB (Four Class B Detection Zones)
The ZM-3224 Input Module as utilized in Options B and BB,
provides four independent Class B (Style B) two wire initiating
device circuits. Each initiating circuit is equipped with one red
alarm LED, one yellow trouble LED and a push-button switch
for manual operation of the Protectowire Alarm Point Location
and the system alarm reset switch is activated. If an open in the
supervisory circuit occurs, the corresponding zone’s yellow trouble
LED activates along with the common trouble LED on the main
control board. These indicators will stay illuminated as long as the
trouble condition exists. The system will self-restore to its normal
standby condition once the trouble condition(s) has been cleared.
Option F utilizes the ZM-2 Input Module which has been factory
configured to provide two Class A (Style D) Supervisory Circuits.
The module’s operation is the same as that described for Option E.
ZM-3224 Input Module (Options B, C & E)
Meter (2600HD1 Systems only). The ZM-3224 features programmable alarm output signaling, auxiliary alarm and trouble
outputs by zone for operation of other devices such as relays and
on-board cross-zoning circuit for extinguishing applications.
Option BB consists of the ZM-3224 plus a special I/O Interface
Module used for internal system communications. This option
is used only in 2600HD3 Systems.
Options C & CC (Two Class B TRI-Wire Zones)
These options utilize the ZM-3224 Input Module factory configured to provide two independent Class B (Style B) dual input
initiating device circuits. Each detection circuit will accommodate
up to 5,000 feet (1,524m) of Protectowire Type TRI, three wire
Dual Temperature Linear Heat Detector (TRI-WireTM). This
module senses two alarm trip levels. The first level operates on a
low temperature pre-alarm input signal and the second level is
activated by a high temperature alarm signal. In addition, the
module provides an auxiliary pre-alarm output signal and an
auxiliary confirmed temperature output signal which is initiated
only after both the low temperature pre-alarm and high
temperature alarm signals have been activated. Each TRI-Wire
zone requires two Intrinsic Safety Barriers (Option G) when
installed in areas that are classified as hazardous.
Option CC consists of the ZM-3224 plus a special I/O
Interface Module used for internal system communications.
This option is used only in 2600HD3 Systems.
Protectowire Alarm Point Location Meter Scanner – Options D,
D2, D3 & D4
The 2600HD1 Control System contains a standard Protectowire
Alarm Point Location Meter which is designed to locate a heat
actuated point on the Protectowire Linear Heat Detector. A Zone
Alarm Scanner option is available for this metered system which
allows for automatic identification and display of the Protectowire
zone in alarm, as well as the alarm point distance location, while
still monitoring the remaining Protectowire zones for an alarm condition. The Scanner is available for all 2600HD1 systems in the following configurations: 8 zones (Option D), 16 zones (Option D2),
32 zones (Option D3), and 48 zones (Option D4).
Options EE and FF incorporate a special I/O Interface in conjunction with their respective ZM Series Input Modules. The I/O
Interface Module is required for internal system communications
and is used only on 2600HD3 Systems.
Intrinsically Safe Detection Circuits — Option G
The 2600HD Series can be provided with intrinsically safe Class B
(Style B) detection circuits for those areas that are classified as
hazardous. In this configuration, the voltage and current in the
detection circuits is limited to values which are incapable of causing
an explosion in a Division 1 area.
Option G consists of a shunt diode barrier which has been tested
by FM as compatible with 2600HD initiating circuits and
approved for use in Class I, II, and III, Division 1, Groups A, B, C,
D, E, F, and G hazards. When employed on two wire initiating circuits (Option B), one Option G shunt diode barrier is required for
each detection zone intended for use in a hazardous location.
When Option G is used in conjunction with TRI-Wire initiating
circuits (Option C), two barriers are required for each initiating
zone. In this configuration, the intrinsically safe TRI-Wire initiating
circuits are approved for use in hazardous locations classified Class
I, II, and III, Division 1, Groups C, D, E, F, and G.
The use of Option G requires that the system ground fault detection circuit be disabled. Only Protectowire Linear Heat Detector
and/or other non-energy storing contact initiating devices may be
used on detection circuits which employ this feature.
Solenoid Monitor and Release Modules –
Options H, HH, J & JJ
The RM-2 Series Solenoid Monitor and Release Module is
designed to operate and supervise solenoid valves or relays used for
the actuation of extinguishing systems. Release logic and activation
of each release circuit is governed by a designated detection zone or
group of zones in the 2600HD system. When the alarm signal is
Supervisory Modules – Options E, EE, F & FF
Option E consists of the standard ZM-3224 Input Module which
has been factory configured to provide four Class B (Style B)
Supervisory Circuits that can be used to monitor any device(s)
which contains normally open contacts such as temperature monitors, tamper switches, air pressure switches or fire pumps.
When a normally open supervisory switch closes initiating a supervisory alarm, the corresponding zone’s red alarm LED indicator
becomes active along with the common trouble LED on the main
control board. The zone will remain in a supervisory alarm condition until the switch has been restored to its normal open position,
RM-2 Series Release Module (Options H, HH, J & JJ)
transferred to the release module(s), a voltage output is initiated to
operate the normally de-energized solenoid or relay thus activating
the extinguishing agent release sequence.
Option H (Two 24 VDC Solenoid Monitor & Release
Circuits)
Option H consists of the standard RM-2 Solenoid Release
module which provides two independent 24 VDC release output circuits. Each release circuit is fused and supervised for open
and shorted conditions and provides a disconnect switch on the
module to deactivate the circuit during system service. Each
circuit is also provided with a red solenoid trip LED to confirm
activation and one set of normally open auxiliary alarm contacts
rated 1 amp @ 24 VDC. This option has been approved for
actuation of FM Solenoid Groups A, B, D, E, F and G.
Option HH (Two 24 VDC Star Model D Deluge Valve
Monitor & Release Circuits)
This option utilizes the RM-2D Release Module which has been
specifically designed for those applications that require operation
of the Star Model D Deluge Valve. The RM-2D Release
Module (Option HH) provides all of the same product features
described for the RM-2 module (Option H). This option is the
only model that is FM Approved for operation of the Star
Model D Deluge Valve, FM Solenoid Group C.
Options J & JJ (Two High Voltage Solenoid Monitor &
Release Circuits)
Utilizing the RM-2 Release Module with power switching
relays, Option J (120 VAC) and Option JJ (250 VDC) provide
supervision and initiating power for high voltage solenoids.
functions which are not required to initiate a system fire alarm
condition. Contacts are rated 10 amp @ 24 VDC or 115 VAC.
Options P, Q & R (Heavy Duty Multi-Pole Relays)
The heavy duty relay options consist of rugged 600 volt relays
that can be used for any alarm, trouble or supervisory function
requiring high power handling capabilities. These relays have the
advantages of a direct drive design which prevents an overlap
condition between N.O. and N.C. contacts, plus convertible
contact cartridges with swing-around terminals for N.O./N.C.
convertibility. Contact ratings for Option P (4 pole), Option Q
(6 pole) and Option R (8 pole) relays are NEMA A600 and
NEMA P600.
Option S (Time Delay Relay)
This option consists of a plug-in time delay relay which combines a solid state digital timing circuit with an electromechanical relay. The relay’s operating delay is manually adjustable from
.6 to 60 seconds, and is typically configured to provide timed
operating delays of system outputs such as solenoid activation.
The Option S Time Delay Relay contains two SPDT contacts
rated 10 amp resistive @ 120 VAC.
External Key Operated Control Switches – Option T
Option T consists of four externally mounted key operated switches. These switches are used to duplicate the main control functions
normally operated by the momentary switches mounted on the
MB-97 Series Main Board inside the system enclosure. External key
switches consist of System Reset, Alarm Silence, Trouble/Supervisory Silence and Lamp Test. All external key switches are
NEMA-4 rated.
Audible Expander Module – Option K
The Audible Expander Module, Model AE-2, provides the
2600HD with two additional supervised alarm signaling circuits
(Notification Appliance Circuits) which may be used for general
alarm signaling or operated selectively by input zone. Each power
limited signaling circuit reverses polarity upon alarm and may be
wired in either a Class A (Styles X & Z) or Class B (Styles W & Y)
configuration. Each AE-2 circuit can be separately configured in
either a latching or non-latching mode, and is rated for a maximum
output of 1.5 amp.
Battery Charging Meters – Option U
Option U consists of a DC volt meter and DC amp meter which
provide a numerical indication of the system’s battery condition.
The amp meter continuously displays battery charger current draw.
To display the charger voltage level, it is necessary to manually
depress the volt meter read switch. While in the normal standby
“Power On” mode, the voltage reading reflects the battery set and
charger level in a charging state. Readings taken in a “Power Out”
mode reflect the actual battery set voltage level. Option U is not
available when the UC1 Universal Power Input Option is ordered.
Built-in Alarm Indicating Signaling Device – Option L
This option provides a built-in alarm signaling device which
activates upon any common alarm condition. This audible device
produces a short intermittent pulsed signal which differentiates the
alarm warning sound from the system’s common trouble signal.
This device is not intended for evacuation or life safety audible
alarm signaling.
Auxiliary Power Supplies – Options V & W
Option V consists of the APS-1 Power Supervisory Module with
bridge rectifier and step-down transformer. The power supply
provides 5 amps of additional full wave rectified power for heavy
duty relays, or other high power demand devices that may exceed
the 7 amp capacity of the system’s main power supply.
Auxiliary Relays – Options M, N, P, Q, R & S
The 2600HD Series offers a wide range of system relay options
designed to meet the most demanding functional operating requirements. Features such as plug-in sockets for easy replacement, timing
functions, heavy duty contacts and customer specified operating
logic all serve to make the 2600HD System the first choice for
demanding industrial applications.
Option M (Auxiliary DPDT Alarm Relay)
This relay option features a plug-in design and may be configured
for common alarm, zone alarm, or selective multiple alarm input
operation. Contacts are rated 10 amp @ 24 VDC or 115 VAC.
Option N (Auxiliary DPDT Trouble/Supervisory Relay)
Option N provides a plug-in relay that can be configured for
common trouble, zone trouble, or selective multiple trouble input
operation. This option may also be utilized for supervisory alarm
Option W utilizes the APS-1 Power Supervisory Module and a
switching regulated power supply. This option provides 7 amps of
additional regulated power for detection zones, solenoid release
circuits, auxiliary audible circuits, or any other devices that require
regulated power.
Both units are completely supervised. Should the unit fail, a trouble
signal illuminates the on-board trouble LED and allows the battery
backup source to supply the panel with the necessary power.
System Enclosures
The 2600HD Series is provided in NEMA- 4 rated enclosures.
These enclosures are intended for use indoors or outdoors, and are
designed primarily to provide a degree of protection against windblown dust and rain, splashing water, hose directed water, and
damage from external condensation.
Each enclosure consists of a back box and door, fabricated of heavy
gauge steel, and finished in a durable red enamel finish. The enclosure door utilizes a gasketed window which permits viewing of all
appropriate visual indicators while still maintaining the enclosure’s
NEMA rating and FM Approval. To prevent the buildup of dangerous battery gases within the sealed enclosure, emergency standby
batteries must be mounted in a separately ordered battery cabinet.
Enclosure
Model
EHD4230
EHD4236
EHD4836
EHD6036
Module
Height
Width
Depth
Space Inches (cm) Inches (cm) Inches (cm)
20
28
35
45
42 (107)
42 (107)
48 (122)
60 (152)
30 (76)
36 (91)
36 (91)
36 (91)
8 (20)
8 (20)
8 (20)
8 (20)
Field Expansion
The zone capacity and optional features of the 2600HD Control
Panel can be expanded after installation by utilizing an E2600HD
System Extender Panel. In its basic form, the extender panel provides additional detection zones only. On large and more complex
systems, design flexibility enables an extender to be configured to
duplicate many of the same options contained in the main
2600HD Control Panel, thereby maintaining complete system
integration and expansion capabilities. Consult Factory for assistance in determining specific configurations.
FireSystem 2600HD Specifications
• AC Supply — 120 VAC 50/60 Hz, 1.75 amp max. or 240 VAC
50/60 Hz., .85 amp max.
• Battery Supply — 24 VDC, 4.5 to 60 ampere hour, Sealed Lead
Acid (Gel Cell).
• Primary System Power — 24 Volts Full Wave Rectified, 175 VA.
typical. Greater VA rating as required by system options.
• System Regulated Power — 24 VDC for system controls.
• Main Panel Common Alarm Contact Ratings — 2 amp @ 30
VDC, resistive load, latching.
• Main Panel Common Trouble Contact Rating — 2 amp @ 30
VDC, resistive load, selectable latching or non-latching.
• Environmental Operating Conditions:
Ambient temperature: 32°-120°F (0°-49°C)
Humidity: Maximum 95% non-condensing.
• Notification Appliance Circuits:
24 volts full wave rectified with battery standby. Maximum current is 2 amp per circuit, 3 amp maximum combined. Requires
polarized audible devices.
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
How To Order
Step 1. Select the model number of the basic system control unit
and note module space.
• 2600HD1 - System control unit with Protectowire Alarm
Point Location Meter. Requires 10.0 module spaces.
• 2600HD2 - System control unit without Protectowire Alarm
Point Location Meter. Requires 9.0 module spaces.
• 2600HD3 - System control unit with PCLC Touch Screen
Graphic Annunciator. (Includes Alarm Location Meter and
Automatic Zone Alarm Scanner.) Requires 12.0 module spaces.
Step 2. Specify system input and back-up power option.
Option
Mod. Space
GC1
—
GC2
—
UC1
4.0
Description
120 VAC Power Input with Gel Cell
Battery Back-up
240 VAC Power Input with Gel Cell
Battery Back-up
Universal Primary and Back-up Power
Input. Uninterruptible Second Source
Back-up Power required
Step 3. Select system option ordering code letter(s) and show
quantity. Note module space(s) required by each option in the
system enclosure.
Option
Mod. Space Description
A
2.0
Two (2) Zone Class A Detection
Module
AA
2.5
Two (2) Zone Class A Detection
Module w/ I/O Interface (2600HD3
Systems Only)
B
2.0
Four (4) Zone Class B Detection
Module
BB
2.5
Four (4) Zone Class B Detection
Module w/ I/O Interface (2600HD3
Systems Only)
C
2.0
TRI-Wire Two (2) Zone Class B
Detection Module
CC
2.5
TRI-Wire Two (2) Zone Class B
Detection Module w/ I/O Interface
(2600HD3 Systems Only)
D
—
8 Zone Alarm Location Meter Scanner1
D2
—
16 Zone Alarm Location Meter Scanner1
D3
—
32 Zone Alarm Location Meter Scanner1
D4
—
48 Zone Alarm Location Meter Scanner1
E
2.0
Four (4) Circuit Switch Supervisory
Module (Class B)
EE
2.5
Four (4) Circuit Class B Supervisory
Module w/ I/O Interface (2600HD3
Systems Only)
F
2.0
Two (2) Circuit Switch Supervisory
Module (Class A)
FF
2.5
Two (2) Circuit Class A Supervisory
Module w/ I/O Interface (2600HD3
Systems Only)
G
(1st. Barrier)
Intrinsic Safety Barriers, Class B2
2.0
(Detection/Supervisory Circuits Only)
(Ea. Add’l)
TRI-Wire Zones Require (2) Barriers/
1.0
Zone)
H
1.0
Two (2) Circuit Solenoid Monitor &
Release Module, 24 VDC
HH
1.0
Two (2) Circuit Solenoid Monitor &
Release Module, 24 VDC Star Model D
Valve
1
This option not available on 2600HD2 or HD3 Systems.
This option is not available with system ground fault detection.
2
Option
Mod. Space
J
1.5
JJ
2.5
K
1.0
L
M
—
1.0
N
1.0
P
1.0
Q
1.5
R
1.5
S
0.5
T
—
U
—
V
1.5
W
2.0
Description
Two (2) Circuit Solenoid Monitor &
Release Module w/Relays for 120 VAC
Solenoids
Two (2) Circuit Solenoid Monitor &
Release Module w/Relays for 250
VDC Solenoids
Audible Extender Module (2
Circuits/Module, Class A/B)
Built-in Alarm Indicating Sonalert
Auxiliary DPDT Alarm Relay, 10 amp
@ 120 VAC or 28 VDC
Auxiliary DPDT Trouble Relay, 10
amp @ 120 VAC or 28 VDC
HD 4 Pole Relay, Ratings to 600 VAC
and 240 VDC
HD 6 Pole Relay, Ratings to 600 VAC
and 240 VDC
HD 8 Pole Relay, Ratings to 600 VAC
and 240 VDC
Time Delay Relay-Solid State .6 — 60
Seconds
External NEMA-4X Key Operated
Switches (Consists of Switches for
Lamp Test, Alarm Silence, Trouble/
Supervisory Silence & System Reset)
Battery Charging Meters (DC Volt and
Amp Meters)
Auxiliary FWR 5 amp Power Supply
(APS-1 w/ Transformer)
Auxiliary Regulated 7 amp Power
Supply w/ APS-1 Module
Step 4. System Enclosures
To determine the proper size system enclosure, it is necessary to
calculate the total space required by all system components. Begin
by adding the number of module spaces required for the basic
control unit in Step 1, power input option from Step 2 and for the
quantity of each option selected in Step 3. The sum of these
numbers equals the total space required by the system you have
configured. Select an enclosure whose total space capacity exceeds
this number. If the total module spaces required for the system exceed
the size of the largest enclosure, a custom sized enclosure is required.
Consult the Factory.
Model
• EHD4230
• EHD4236
• EHD4836
• EHD6036
Description
Industrial Type–NEMA 4 Rated
Industrial Type–NEMA 4 Rated
Industrial Type–NEMA 4 Rated
Industrial Type–NEMA 4 Rated
The Protectowire Company, Inc.
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Module
Space
20
28
35
45
System Enclosure Disclaimer
Due to the custom design features of the 2600HD Series and the
potential for system variations requiring ancillary devices not
accounted for by standard factory options, all 2600HD system
enclosures estimated and/or ordered using this information are
considered preliminary and are subject to change upon final
Factory review.
Step 5. Finalize the complete system model number by listing the
configuration selected in Steps 1, 2, 3 and 4 in the same format as
shown in this example:
2600HD1-GC1-BEH2-EHD4230
Control unit with Protectowire Alarm Point Location Meter,
operating on 120 VAC, 50-60 Hz. input and gel cell battery
backup; (1) ZM-3224 Input Module (Option B) with four Class B
detection zones; (1) ZM-3224 Input Module (Option E) with four
Class B switch supervisory circuits; (2) RM-2 Solenoid Monitor &
Release Modules (Option H) (4 Release Circuits/2 per module) all
in a red EHD4230 NEMA-4 enclosure.
Step 6. Each 2600HD Series Control Panel is custom assembled
and tested at the factory as a complete system. In order to ensure
conformance with each customer’s operating requirements, every
order must be accompanied by a brief description of the panel’s
operating logic and zone functions.
How To Order A 2600HD Extender
Panel
A. Select model number of basic 2600HD Extender Panel. Each
model requires 2 module spaces in the enclosure.
• E2600HD1 — System Extender Panel for use with a
2600HD1 Control Panel containing a Protectowire Alarm
Point Location Meter.
• E2600HD2 — System Extender Panel for use with a
2600HD2 Control Panel without a Protectowire Alarm
Point Location Meter.
• E2600HD3 — System Extender Panel for use with a
2600HD3 Control Panel containing a Touch Screen PCLC
Graphic Display.
B. Select Option Code Letter(s) from those listed in Step 3 and
show quantity.
C. Determine the size of the extender’s enclosure by calculating the
total space required by all system components. Begin by adding
the number of module spaces required by the basic 2600HD
Extender Panel and for the quantity of each option selected.
The sum of these numbers equals the total space required by
the extender you have configured. Follow the procedure previously outlined in Step 4 to select the proper size enclosure.
D. Finalize complete 2600HD Extender Model Number as shown
in the example. Note that the quantity of each option ordered
is shown after its Option Code Letter.
E2600HD1-B2G4M8-EHD4230
Post Office Box 200, Hanover, MA 02339-0200 U.S.A. ■ p:781-826-3878
web: www.protectowire.com ■ email: [email protected]
SPECIAL HAZARD FIRE DETECTION SYSTEMS
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f:781-826-2045
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