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INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
PS24
POWER SUPPLY MODULE
GENERAL INFORMATION
METAL CLIP BRACKET
The PS24 power supply module is an accessory for Ademco control
panels intended for use in commercial fire installations. The PS24
has two triggerable 24VFW (full wave rectified, unfiltered), 1.7 amp
outputs that can either provide 24VFW auxiliary power, or can
convert up to two control panel 12VDC EOLR supervised bell circuit
outputs to 24VFW EOLR supervised bell outputs.
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Each of the PS24 outputs, labeled OUTPUT A and OUTPUT B, has
a corresponding controlling input, labeled INPUT A and INPUT B,
respectively. Negative voltages applied to INPUT A and INPUT B
are passed through to the associated output, allowing the control
panel to supervise bell circuit wiring connected to that output (as
required for installations which use the output for 24VFW, EOLRsupervised bell circuit operation). Applying positive voltages of 9.5 –
14VDC to INPUT A and INPUT B produces 24VFW at the respective
output terminals.
For installations which require 24VFW auxiliary power, you must
wire INPUT A and/or INPUT B to the control panel's 12VDC auxiliary
power terminals so that the associated PS24 output remains
activated continuously. For installations which require 24VFW
EOLR supervised bells, you must wire INPUT A and /or INPUT B to
the controls panel's 12VDC EOLR supervised bell terminals.
Primary power for the PS24 power supply module is supplied by a
1451-24 transformer, which consists of an AC power trans former
and a manually resettable circuit breaker mounted inside a
protective enclosure. The 1451-24 transformer has two secondary
windings – a 30VAC/188VA winding which is used to power the
PS24 module, and a 18VAC/72VA winding which is used to power
the control panel. The PS24 module monitors its connection to the
1451-24 and can report a low AC condition to the control panel via
one of the control panel's EOLR supervised zones.
Notes:
1. The 1451-24 transformer is not supplied with the PS24 unless
part of a kit (see Note 2).
2. Complete control panel kits are available, consisting of the
control panel, PS24 module, and 1451-24 transformer. For
example, a 5140XM control panel kit is available under part
No. 5140XM–24ADA, and consists of the 5140XM control
panel, PS24 module, 1451-24 transformer, and a few other
peripheral devices.
Secondary power for the PS24 power supply module is supplied by
a pair of 12VDC lead-acid (gel cell) batteries rated at 7AH minimum,
17.2AH maximum. Both batteries connect directly to the PS24
module which internally configures them to provide 24V back-up
power for its outputs, and 12V back-up power for the control panel.
The PS24 module charges and tests these batteries, and can report
a low or disconnected battery condition to the control panel via one
of the control panel's EOLR supervised zones.
MOUNTING
The PS24 module is designed to mount inside the control panel
enclosure.
Referring to Figure 1, attach the PS24 PCB to the metal bracket
(supplied) using the four #6 sheet metal screws (supplied). Then,
clip the PS24 bracket onto the left sidewall of the control panel
enclosure as shown in Figure 2. This method of mounting leaves
room in the control panel's enclosure for the panel/module back-up
batteries.
Note: The control panel enclosure should be mounted to the wall
before attempting to install the PS24 module because the
PS24 will block access to the control's left mounting hole.
PS24 PCB
(COMPONENT SIDE SHOWN)
#6 SHEET
METAL SCREWS
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TIE WRAP HOLE
(SEE FIGURE 2)
Figure 1.
Mounting the PS24 PCB to the Metal Clip Bracket
DO NOT USE THIS KNOCKOUT
MOUNT PS24 PCB/METAL
BRACKET ASSEMBLY AS SHOWN
BEFORE MOUNTING THE PS24:
• MOUNT CONTROL PANEL
ENCLOSURE TO WALL
• REMOVE CONTROL PANEL
ENCLOSURE DOOR
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CONTROL
PANEL
ENCLOSURE
CONTROL
PANEL
PCB
RUN AC POWER WIRES
THROUGH THIS KNOCKOUT.
ROUTE THESE WIRES AWAY
FROM OTHER CONTROL PANEL
WIRING SO AS TO MAINTAIN
AT LEAST 1/4” SPACING.
SECURE THESE WIRES BY TIE
WRAPPING THEM TO THE
PS24’s TIE WRAP HOLE.
12V
BATTERY
12V
BATTERY
Figure 2.
Mounting the PS24 Inside the Control Panel Enclosure
BATTERY CAPACITY CALCULATIONS
The PS24 module requires connection of two 12VDC lead acid (gel cell)
batteries rated at 7AH minimum/17.2AH maximum. The PS24 configures
these batteries to provide 24V back-up power for it's 24V outputs and 12V
back-up power for the control panel. See the CONNECTIONS AND
POWER UP PROCEDURES section for battery connection details.
UL NOTE:
UL requires that the battery's capacity be sized for 24 hours of standby
time, followed by 5 minutes of alarm time for commercial fire installations
or 15 minutes of alarm time for commercial fire/burglary installations.
Appropriate battery capacity can be calculated using the worksheets on
the next page.
1. Fill in the total control panel standby and alarm currents in the
worksheet below. These totals must include the control panel's PCB
currents as well as the currents drawn from the control panel's
auxiliary power and bell power outputs. Refer to the control panel’s
installation instructions to determine these currents.
BATTERY CAPACITY CALCULATIONS (Cont’d)
2.
Fill in the Total PS24 MODULE Load Worksheet, below, to deter mine the PS24’s total standby and alarm current loading. Then use
the BATTERY CAPACITY CALCULATION WORKSHEET to
determine the capacity required for each of the PS24’s batteries.
Select 12-volt batteries from the BATTERY SELECTION TABLE
having capacities which are greater than, or equal to, the calculated
capacities.
BATTERY CALCULATION WORKSHEETS
Total Control Panel Load
Standby
Alarm
Total control panel load at 12V (Note 1)
(from control panel worksheets)
Equivalent control panel load at 24V
(multiply above values by 0.62)
Total PS24 Module Load Worksheet
Standby
Alarm
Total OUTPUT A load (Notes 2, 3)
(total for all devices on OUTPUT A)
(570 mA max)
(1.7A max)
Total OUTPUT B load (Notes 2, 3)
(total for all devices on OUTPUT B)
(570 mA max)
(1.7A max)
PS24 PCB current
(these values are fixed)
40 mA
40 mA
Total PS24 module load (Note 3)
(add currents in columns above)
(610 mA max)
(4.18A max)
CONTROL BATTERY POWER load
(equivalent control panel load at 24V
as calculated above)
BATTERY CAPACITY CALCULATION WORKSHEET
Formula
Standby
Capacity
Total standby load x 24 hours x 1.1 contingency
factor (use total PS24 standby load)
Alarm
Capacity
Total alarm load x alarm time in hours
i.e.: 5 minutes = 0.083 hours
15 minutes = 0.250 hours
(use total PS24 alarm load)
Total
Capacity
BATTERY SELECTION TABLE
Calculated
Value
Capacity
NOTE 1:
Input A and Input B draw 50mA from the control panel when
9.5V–14V is applied to actuate the corresponding output. Be
sure to include this in the control panel’s total load.
NOTE 2:
When configured for auxiliary power operation, enter the
continuous load in the standby column and enter the
continuous load plus any additional intermittent alarm load in
the alarm column. When configured for bell circuit operation,
enter “0” in the standby column and enter total load in the
alarm column.
NOTE 3:
The largest battery capacity supported by the PS24 is
17.2AH. Total PS24 standby current must be limited to
610mA maximum for this battery.
CONNECTIONS AND POWER UP PROCEDURES
A 7-wire harness, consisting of six # 22 AWG and one #16 AWG wires,
is provided for making connections between the PS24 and the control
panel. Use the #22 AWG wires to make connections to the PS24’s
INPUT A, INPUT B, LOW AC, and LOW BATTERY terminals. Use the
#16 AWG wire to make connections to the PS24’s Earth Ground
terminal.
auxiliary power or bell circuit operation as shown in Figure 3. Devices
powered from OUTPUT A or from OUTPUT B must be rated for 21–
30VFW (full wave rectified, unfiltered) operation.
ESL Model DH-24120
24/120V electromagnetic fire door holder
NP7-12
2 required
12 AH
NP12-12
2 required
17.2 AH
NPG18-12
2 required
• Verify that the LOW AC and LOW BATTERY outputs are in the not faulted state (i.e.: shorted to ground through 220 ohms).
The following UL Listed devices are compatible with outputs
configured for auxiliary power operation.
12/24V electromagnetic fire door holder
7 AH
terminals to the control panel's battery terminals, using the battery
cables supplied with the control panel.
• Apply AC power and verify that the proper battery float charging
voltage (27.0–27.6VDC) is present across the BATT 1 (+) and BATT 2
(–) terminals. Then connect two 12V lead-acid batteries as shown in
Figure 3, using the battery cables supplied.
NOTE: The battery cable’s female Fast-on terminals should be
clipped off when making connections to the 17.2 AH batteries.
• Wire INPUT A, INPUT B, OUTPUT A and OUTPUT B for the desired
ESL Model DH-1224
Comments
• Connect the PS24's CONTROL BATTERY POWER output fast-on
Wire AC power and earth ground as shown in Figure 3. DO NOT
APPLY AC POWER AT THIS TIME.
Photoelctric beam smoke detector
Yuasa
Model Number
NOTE:
Use two batteries from the same manufac turer, with the
same capacity and with approximately the same age.
Replace both batteries at the same time even if only one
battery is low.
• Wire the LOW AC and LOW BATTERY outputs to separate control
panel EOLR supervised zones. Program the respective control
panel's zones for 24-hour trouble response.
Add standby and alarm capacities
First Inertia Switch
Model FIRERAY 1401
Amp
Hours
• Verify that OUTPUT A and OUTPUT B are in the proper state (i.e.:
24V for auxiliary power operation; not active for bell circuit operation).
• Use UL listed, polarized fire indication devices on outputs configured
for EOLR supervised bell circuit operation. Refer to the tables below
for examples of compatible fire indication devices and for
recommended limits on bell circuit wire run length.
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COMPATIBLE UL LISTED INDICATING DEVICES TABLE
NOTE: Use UL listed devices rated for 21–30VFW.
Horn/Strobes:
Strobes (continued):
System Sensor
MASS2415ADA
Gentex
GXS–4–15–1
System Sensor
MASS2475ADA
Gentex
GXS–4–1575
System Sensor
MASS24110ADA
Gentex
GXS–4–110–1
System Sensor
MASS241575ADA
Wheelock
MT-24-LS–VFR & MT4-24-LS–VFR
BELL CIRCUIT WIRE RUN LENGTH TABLE.
Wheelock
MT-24-LSM –VFR & MT4-24-LSM–VFR
Wheelock
MT-24-MS–VFR & MT4-24-MS–VFR
Wheelock
MT-24-IS–VFR & MT4-24-IS–VFR
Gentex
SHG24–15–1
Gentex
SHG24–1575
Gentex
SHG24–110–1
NOTE: Lengths below are measured from PS24 to farthest device
on wire run. These lengths correspond to a voltage drop of 2.4V.
Bell
Current
(mA)
Strobes:
#18
AWG
#16
AWG
#14
AWG
#12
AWG
100
1870 ft
2980 ft
4750 ft
7550 ft
250
750 ft
1190 ft
1900 ft
3020 ft
500
375 ft
590 ft
950 ft
1510 ft
750
250 ft
390 ft
630 ft
1000 ft
System Sensor
SS2415ADA
System Sensor
SS241575ADA
1000
180 ft
290 ft
470 ft
750 ft
System Sensor
SS2475ADA
1250
150 ft
230 ft
380 ft
600 ft
System Sensor
SS24110ADA
1500
120 ft
190 ft
310 ft
500 ft
Wheelock
LS1M–24–VFR
Wheelock
MS1–24–VFR
1700
110 ft
170 ft
270 ft
440 ft
POLARIZED INDICATING DEVICES
▲
2K
EOLR
OUTPUT A RATING: 21 - 30VFW, 1.7 AMPS MAX
(FULL WAVE RECTIFIED, UNFILTERED)
POWER LIMITED
CONNECT TO CONTROL PANEL AUXILIARY POWER
RATED 9.5 - 14 VDC TO CONFIGURE OUTPUT A
AS 24VFW AUXILIARY OUTPUT
OUTPUT B
(ALARM POLARITY
SHOWN)
BELL
STROBE
USE EOLR SUPPLIED WITH THE CONTROL
CONNECT TO CONTROL PANEL EOLR SUPERVISED BELL
CIRCUIT RATED 9.5-14 VDC TO CONFIGURE OUTPUT B
AS 24VFW EOLR SUPERVISED BELL CIRCUIT
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OUTPUT B RATING: 21 - 30VFW, 1.7 AMPS MAX
(FULL WAVE RECTIFIED, UNFILTERED)
POWER LIMITED
WHITE
{
INPUT B
(ALARM POLARITY
SHOWN)
50 mA CURRENT
DRAW ON ALARM
YELLOW
{
{
OUTPUT A
ORANGE
50 mA
CURRENT DRAW
INPUT A
GRAY
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NO
CONNECTION
–
+
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+
EITHER OUTPUT MAY BE CONFIGURED AS 24VFW
AUXILIARY OUTPUT OR AS 24VFW EOLR SUPERVISED BELL CIRCUIT.
SEE NOTE 3
{
EOLR
ZONE +
LT BLUE
12V
7AH MIN/17.2AH MAX
SEE NOTE 1
30VAC/188VA
1451-24
TRANSFORMER
YELLOW
{
WHITE
BLUE
CONNECT TO 120VAC, 60Hz, 2.7A SOURCE
LOW AC
–
+
–
+
EARTH
GROUND
AC
AC
CONNECT TO CONTROL PANEL’S 12V
BATTERY TERMINALS
USE BATTERY CABLES SUPPLIED WITH
THE CONTROL
Figure 3. Making Connections to the PS24 Module
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CONTROL BATTERY POWER
– +
RED
18 VAC/72VA
BLUE
GREEN
LOW BATTERY
BLACK
{
(–) BLACK
(+) RED BATT 1
12V
7AH MIN/17.2AH MAX
CONNECT TO CONTROL PANEL’S
EARTH GROUND TERMINAL. USE 16 AWG WIRE
CONNECT TO CONTROL PANEL’S
AC INPUT TERMINALS
(–) BLACK
(+) RED BATT 2
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LEAD ACID BATTERIES
USE BATTERY CABLES SUPPLIED
SEE TEXT FOR REQUIRED CAPACITY
REPLACE BOTH BATTERIES EVERY 3 YEARS
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BROWN
YELLOW
USE EOLR SUPPLIED WITH THE CONTROL
SEE NOTE 2
EOLR
ZONE +
BLACK
CONNECT TO SEPARATE CONTROL PANEL
EOLR SUPERVISED ZONES
GROUND RETURN IS THROUGH CONTROL BATTERY
POWER (–) TERMINAL
NOTES
1. FLOAT CHARGING
VOLTAGE AS MEASURED ACROSS
BATT 1 (+) AND BATT 2
(–) IS 27.0 - 27.6VDC.
2. THESE OUTPUTS ARE
NORMALLY SHORTED
TO GROUND
THROUGH 220 OHMS
AND OPEN CIRCUIT
WHEN THERE IS A
FAULT CONDITION
3. MOMENTARY LOSSES
OF AC POWER MAY
CAUSE BRIEF
INTERRUPTIONS TO
AUXILIARY POWER.
DO NOT USE THESE
OUTPUTS FOR
AUXILIARY POWER
IF THIS WILL CAUSE
PROBLEMS
SPECIFICATIONS
Physical:
supervises the 24VFW bell wiring; use the EOLR
supplied with the control panel.
Fusing: PTC circuit protector. Outputs are power
limited.
4-1/4" W x 9-1/4" H x 2-1/2" D (PCB/bracket size).
Electrical
From 1451-24 transformer. Use the 30VAC/188VA
secondary winding on this transformer.
Back-up power: Use two 12VDC, 7AH min/17.2AH max lead-acid
(gel cell) batteries.
Float charging voltage: 27.0–27.6VDC.
Standby time:
Up to 24 hours depending on PS24
and control panel loading. See text.
Recharge time:
Up to 48 hours.
Fusing:
PTC circuit protector.
Primary power:
CONTROL BATTERY For connection to the control panel's 12V battery
POWER OUTPUT: terminals only. Can supply up to 2.8 amps at
12–12.5V during an AC power outage.
Fusing: Internal solid state current limit.
LOW AC OUTPUT:
Normally shorted to ground through 220 ohms,
open circuit when AC power is low.
LOW BATTERY:
Normally shorted to ground through 220 ohms,
open circuit when battery voltage is low (less
than approx. 23.0V).
PS24 runs a brief battery test every minute to
determine if battery leads are connected and runs
an extended battery test every 17 hours to
determine if battery capacity is low.
INPUT A/INPUT B: Compatible with control panel auxiliary power
and EOLR supervised bell circuit outputs rated
9.5–14VDC.
Current draw: 50mA when 9.5–14VDC applied to
activated associated output; 0mA otherwise.
OUTPUT A,
OUTPUT B:
21–30VFW (24V nominal) full wave rectified,
unfiltered, 1.7 amps max. For bell circuit operation: Use UL listed, polarized fire indicating
devices rated 21–30VFW. The control panel
Agency Listings:
UL864 Listed
FM, CFM, MEA listings are pending.
ADEMCO LIMITED WARRANTY
Alarm Device Manufacturing Company, a Division of Pittway Corporation, and its divisions, subsidiaries and affiliates ("Seller"),
165 Eileen Way, Syosset, New York 11791, warrants its products to be in conformance with its own plans and specifications and
to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service for 18 months from the date stamp con trol
on the product or, for products not having an Ademco date stamp, for 12 months from date of original purchase unless the
installation instructions or catalog sets forth a shorter period, in which case the shorter period shall apply. Seller's obligation shall
be limited to repairing or replacing, at its option, free of charge for materials or labor, any product which is proved not in
compliance with Seller's specifications or proves defective in materials or workmanship under normal use and service. Seller
shall have no obligation un der this Limited Warranty or otherwise if the product is altered or improperly repaired or serviced by
anyone other than Ademco factory service. For warranty service, return product transportation prepaid, to Ademco Factory
Service, 165 Eileen Way, Syosset, New York 11791.
THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OF MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE OR OTHERWISE, WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE HEREOF. IN NO CASE SHALL
SELLER BE LIABLE TO ANYONE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR
ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OR UPON ANY OTHER BASIS OF LIABILITY WHATSOEVER, EVEN IF
THE LOSS OR DAMAGE IS CAUSED BY THE SELLER'S OWN NEGLIGENCE OR FAULT.
Seller does not represent that the products it sells may not be compromised or circumvented; that the products will prevent any
personal injury or property loss by burglary, robbery, fire or otherwise; or that the products will in all cases provide adequate
warning or pro tection. Customer understands that a properly installed and maintained alarm may only reduce the risk of a burglary, robbery, fire or other events occurring without providing an alarm, but it is not insurance or a guarantee that such will not
occur or that there will be no personal injury or property loss as a result. CONSEQUENTLY, SELLER SHALL HAVE NO
LIABILITY FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE OR OTHER LOSS BASED ON A CLAIM THE PRODUCT
FAILED TO GIVE WARNING. HOWEVER, IF SELLER IS HELD LIABLE, WHETHER DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, FOR ANY
LOSS OR DAMAGE ARISING UN DER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY OR OTHERWISE, REGARDLESS OF CAUSE OR ORIGIN,
SELLER'S MAXIMUM LIABILITY SHALL NOT IN ANY CASE EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT, WHICH
SHALL BE THE COMPLETE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AGAINST SELLER. This warranty replaces any previous warranties
and is the only warranty made by Seller on this product. No increase or alteration, written or verbal, of the obligations of this
Limited Warranty is authorized.
SEE THE CONTROL PANEL'S INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETE
INFORMATION REGARDING THE LIMITATIONS OF THE ENTIRE SECURITY SYSTEM.
ALARM D EV I C E MAN U FAC T U RI N G C O .
A DIVISION OF PITTWAY CORPORATION
165 Eileen Way, Syosset, New York 11791
Copyright © 1995 PITTWAY CORPORATION
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