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MR-2320 SERIES
Pre-Action/Deluge and Agent Release Control Panel
INSTALLATION &
OPERATION MANUAL
Revision 2
Document #: LT-951SEC
WARNING: This manual contains information on limitations
regarding product use and function and information on the
limitations as to liability of the manufacturer. The entire
manual should be read carefully.
MR-2320 Series Installation and Operation Manual
Contents
Industry Canada and FCC Notice ........................................................................................... 1
Introduction .............................................................................................................................. 2
Panel Type............................................................................................................................ 2
Overall Features ................................................................................................................... 2
Conventions ............................................................................................................................. 3
Circuits .................................................................................................................................. 3
Zone...................................................................................................................................... 3
Display Points ....................................................................................................................... 3
Wiring Styles ......................................................................................................................... 3
System Components ............................................................................................................... 4
Main Pre-Action/Deluge and Agent Release Control Panel.................................................. 4
Relay Modules: Six Relays ................................................................................................... 4
Polarity Reversal/City Tie...................................................................................................... 4
Smart Relay Module ............................................................................................................. 5
Input Class A Converter: Six Circuits.................................................................................... 5
Output Class A Converter: Two Circuits ............................................................................... 5
MR-2312-ATW Remote Annunciator .................................................................................... 5
Active end-of-line .................................................................................................................. 6
Additional System Accessories............................................................................................. 6
Mechanical Installation............................................................................................................ 7
Installing the Enclosure......................................................................................................... 7
Installing the Adder Modules................................................................................................. 9
Cable and Jumper Connections for Main Board and Adder Modules ............................... 10
Main Pre-Action/Deluge and Agent Release Control Board ................................................. 10
MR-2300-A Input Class-A Converter Adder Module............................................................. 11
MR-2300-NC2 Output Class-A Converter Adder Module ..................................................... 12
Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module (Model MR-2300-PR) .............................................. 13
Field Wiring............................................................................................................................... 14
Main Board Field Wiring........................................................................................................ 14
Abort and Manual Release Switch Wiring............................................................................. 16
Indicating Circuit Wiring ........................................................................................................ 18
Dialer Wiring ........................................................................................................................ 19
Relay Adder Module Wiring ................................................................................................. 20
Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module (MR-2300-PR) Wiring .............................................. 21
Power Supply Connection..................................................................................................... 22
Wiring Tables and Information ............................................................................................. 23
Four-Wire Smoke Power (regulated) .................................................................................... 23
Supervised Auxiliary Power (regulated)................................................................................ 23
Auxiliary Power (unregulated)............................................................................................... 24
System Checkout ..................................................................................................................... 25
Before turning the power “ON”.............................................................................................. 25
Power-up procedure ............................................................................................................. 25
Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................... 25
Indicators, Controls and Operations...................................................................................... 26
Common LED indicators ....................................................................................................... 26
Menu Buttons........................................................................................................................ 28
Switches and Common Indicators ........................................................................................ 28
Common Controls ................................................................................................................. 29
Circuit (zone) disconnect buttons.......................................................................................... 29
Common Relays ................................................................................................................... 30
Circuit Types ......................................................................................................................... 30
Evacuation codes.................................................................................................................. 31
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Configuration...........................................................................................................................
Using the CFG-300 Tool ......................................................................................................
Entering the Passcode .........................................................................................................
How to Use the Keypad to Program the MR-2320...............................................................
Command Menu...................................................................................................................
1. Panel Config (Command-Menu) ......................................................................................
2. Set Time (Command-Menu).............................................................................................
3. Set password (Command-Menu) .....................................................................................
4. View Event Log (Command-Menu) ..................................................................................
5. Clear Event Log (Command-Menu) .................................................................................
6. Dialer Config (Command-Menu) ......................................................................................
7. Test Dialer (Command-Menu)..........................................................................................
8. Exit (Command-Menu) .....................................................................................................
Operating the Panel ................................................................................................................
Panel Operation During Various Hazard States...................................................................
General Panel Operation .....................................................................................................
Pre-Programmed Modes.........................................................................................................
Mode 1: Agent Release, Single Hazard, Cross-zoned, Combined Release ........................
Mode 2: Agent Release, Single Hazard, Not Cross-zoned, Combined Release .................
Mode 3: Agent Release, Dual Hazard, Cross-zoned, Split Release ....................................
Mode 4: Agent Release, Dual Hazard, Not Cross-zoned, Split Release .............................
Mode 5: Pre-action/Deluge, Single Hazard, Cross-zoned, Combined Release...................
Mode 6: Pre-action/Deluge, Single Hazard, Not Cross-zoned, Combined Release ............
Mode 7: Pre-action/Deluge, Dual Hazard, Cross-zoned, Split Release...............................
Mode 8: Pre-action/Deluge, Dual Hazard, Not Cross-zoned, Split Release ........................
Mode 9: Agent Release, Single Hazard, Cross-zoned, NYC abort......................................
Mode 10: Agent Release, Single Hazard, Not Cross-zoned, Combined Release ...............
Mode 11: Agent Release, Single Hazard, Cross-zoned, Combined Release ......................
Appendix A: Compatible Receivers.......................................................................................
Appendix B: MR-2320 Compatible Devices ..........................................................................
Appendix C: Reporting ...........................................................................................................
Ademco Contact-ID..............................................................................................................
Security Industries Association SIA-DCS.............................................................................
Appendix D: Specifications....................................................................................................
Appendix E: Power Supply and Battery Calculations (Selection Guide)...........................
Warranty & Warning Information .........................................................................................
Warning Please Read Carefully ...........................................................................................
Limited Warranty ..................................................................................................................
Warranty Procedure .............................................................................................................
Disclaimer of Warranties ......................................................................................................
Out of Warranty Repairs ......................................................................................................
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List of Figures & Tables
Figure 1: Box dimensions, semi-flush mounting and trim ring .............................................7
Figure 2: Installation of Adder Modules ...............................................................................9
Figure 3: Main Control Board cable connector and jumper settings ....................................10
Figure 4: MR-2300-A Input Class-A Converter Adder Module .............................................11
Figure 5: MR-2300-NC2 Output Class-A Converter Adder Module .....................................12
Figure 6: MR-2306-R6 six relay adder module ....................................................................12
Figure 7: Polarity reversal and city tie module .....................................................................13
Figure 8: Initiating circuit – Class B or Style B Wiring ..........................................................14
Figure 9: Initiating circuit– Class A or Style D Wiring ...........................................................15
Figure 10: Abort and Manual Release Switch Class B or Style B Wiring ............................16
Figure 11: Abort and Manal Release Switch Class A or Style D Wiring ..............................17
Figure 12: Indicating circuit – Class B or Style Y wiring .......................................................18
Figure 13: Indicating circuit –Class A or Style Z wiring ........................................................18
Figure 14: Releasing Circuit Wiring .....................................................................................19
Figure 15: Dialer Wiring .......................................................................................................19
Figure 16: Four-wire smoke detector wiring .........................................................................20
Figure 17: Relay per zone (MR-2306-R6) Terminal connection ..........................................20
Figure 18: Polarity reversal and city tie module terminal connection ...................................21
Figure 19: Power Supply Connection ..................................................................................22
Figure 20: LED indicators and control buttons .....................................................................26
Figure 21: Evacuation and Alert Codes ...............................................................................31
Figure 22: MR-2320 Configuration .......................................................................................32
Table 1: Connectors and Jumpers on the Main Fire Alarm Board .......................................11
Table 2: MR-2300-PR jumper settings .................................................................................13
Table 3: Initiating Circuit Wiring ...........................................................................................23
Table 4: Indicating Circuit Wiring .........................................................................................23
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List of Figures & Tables
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Industry Canada and FCC Notice
Notice for all MR-2320 Series Built-In UDACTs Sold in Canada
Secutron's MR-2320 SERIES BUILT-IN UDACT Communicator described in this manual is listed by Underwriters Laboratories Canada
(ULC) for use in slave application in conjunction with a Listed MR-2320 series Pre-action/Deluge and Agent Release Control Panel under
Standard ULC-S527 (Standard for Control Units for Fire Alarm Systems) and ULC/ORD-C693-1994 (Central Station Fire Protective
Signalling Systems and Services). These Communicators should be installed in accordance with this manual; the Canadian / Provincial /
Local Electrical Code; and/or the local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ).
Industry Canada Notice
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian maintenance facility designated by the supplier. Any repairs or
alteration made by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company cause to request the
user to disconnect the equipment. Users should ensure for their own protection that the Earth Ground connections of the power utility,
telephone lines and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together. This is necessary both for proper operation and
for protection.
CAUTION: Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should contact the appropriate electric
inspection authority, or electrician, as appropriate
Notice for all MR-2320 Series Built-in UDACTs Sold in the U.S.A.
Note: The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) assigned to each terminal device provides an indication of the maximum
number of terminals allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination on an interface may consist of any
combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the Ringer Equivalence Numbers of all the devices
does not exceed 5.
The REN for this product is part of the product identifier that has the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. The digits represented
by ## are the REN without a decimal point (e.g., 03 is a REN of 0.3). For earlier products, the REN is separately shown
on the label.
Secutron's MR-2320 SERIES BUILT-IN UDACT Digital Communicator described in this manual is listed by Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
(ULI) for use in slave application in conjunction with a listed Pre-action/Deluge and Agent Release Control Panel under Standard 864
(Control Units for Fire Protective Signalling Systems). These Communicators comply with the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
performance requirements for DACTs and should be installed in accordance with NFPA 72 Chapter 4 (Supervising Station Fire Alarm
System). These Communicators should be installed in accordance with this manual; the National Electrical Code (NFPA 70); and/or the
local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ).
FCC Notice
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by the ACTA. On the telco transformer of this
equipment is a label that contains, among other information, a product identifier in the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. If requested, this
number must be provided to the telephone company. This equipment is capable of seizing the line. This capability is provided in the
hardware.
Type of Service: The Communicator is designed to be used on standard device telephone lines. It connects to the telephone line by
means of a standard jack called the USOC RJ-11C (or USOC FJ45S). Connection to telephone company provided coin service (central
office implemented systems) is prohibited. Connection to party lines service is subject to state tariffs.
Telephone Company Procedures: The goal of the telephone company is to provide you with the best service it can. In order to do this, it
may occasionally be necessary for them to make changes in their equipment, operations or procedures. If these changes might affect your
service or the operation of your equipment, the telephone company will give you notice, in writing, to allow you to make any changes
necessary to maintain uninterrupted service.
In certain circumstances, it may be necessary for the telephone company to request information from you concerning the equipment which
you have connected to your telephone line. Upon request of the telephone company, provide the FCC registration number and the ringer
equivalence number (REN); both of these items are listed on the equipment label. The sum of all of the REN’s on your telephone lines
should be less than five in order to assure proper service from the telephone company. In some cases, a sum of five may not be usable on
a given line.
If Problems Arise: If any of your telephone equipment is not operating properly, you should immediately remove it from your telephone line,
as it may cause harm to the telephone network. If the telephone company notes a problem, they may temporarily discontinue service. When
practical, they will notify you in advance of this disconnection. If advance notice is not feasible, you will be notified as soon as possible.
When you are notified, you will be given the opportunity to correct the problem and informed of your right to file a complaint with the FCC.
Contact your telephone company if you have any questions about your phone line. In the event repairs are ever needed on the
Communicator, they should be performed by Secutron Inc. or an authorized representative of Secutron Inc. For information contact
Secutron Inc. at the address and phone numbers shown on the back page of this document.
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Introduction
Introduction
Secutron’s MR-2320 Series Pre-Action/Deluge and Agent Release Control Panel performs the function of fire
suppression in a wide variety of applications. It is capable of being used in an agent release sprinkler system or in a
pre-action or deluge sprinkler system. It can be used in single-hazard or dual-hazard applications with or without
cross-zoning. The panel includes common alarm, supervisory, and trouble relays, and provides regulated and
unregulated auxiliary power along with four-wire smoke power. It supports auxiliary relays and a city tie module. The
auxiliary relays are based on a hazard area status. The MR-2320 has six input zones and four output zones,
allowing for flexibility in most single- and dual-hazard applications for both deluge and agent releasing applications.
Panel Type
The panel can function as an agent release panel or as a pre-action/deluge panel, depending on which of the
available fixed configurations are chosen from the main programming menu.
Deluge sprinkler system
In deluge sprinkler system open-valve sprinkler heads terminate to a water supply that is controlled by a single
valve. When the system detects fire, it automatically opens the valve via a releasing circuit, allowing the water to
flow through all the sprinkler heads. Deluge sprinkler systems are useful for applications in which simultaneous
discharge of water through every sprinkler is required.
Pre-action sprinkler system
In a pre-action sprinkler system close-valve sprinkler heads are connected to pipes that are supervised for air
pressure. The pipes terminate directly to a water supply. Pre-action systems are useful for applications in which the
prevention of an accidental discharge of water is required.
Agent release system
In an agent release system, an extinguishing agent (such as Argon, dry chemical, CO2, Halon, etc.) is automatically
released upon fire detection. An abort function is added to prevent the false release of the extinguishing agent.
Overall Features
• Basic unit has six Class B (Style B) initiating circuits, which may be configured as Class A (Style D) using input
Class A converter adder modules. Each initiating circuit is pre-configured as Alarm, Supervisory (Latching or
non-latching), water-flow, Manual Release Switch, Abort Switch or Manual Release/Abort combination,
depending upon the selected pre-programmed configuration. There are two LEDs per circuit, one for Trouble
(amber), and one dual color (amber/red) LED for Supervisory (amber) and Alarm (red).
• Basic unit has 4 power limited class B (style Y) output circuits. Output circuits 1 & 2 are indicating circuits while
output circuits 3 & 4 are releasing circuits (circuit 4 can work as an indicating circuit in some situations; check
the Pre-Programming Modes section on page for details). Each indicating circuit process type is pre-configured
and can be silenceable. The signal rates depend on the selected pre-programmed configuration.
• A pushbutton associated with each initiating, indicating and releasing circuit can individually bypass the circuit.
• Configurable Signal Silence Inhibit and Auto Signal Silence Timers.
• Subsequent Alarm, Supervisory, and Trouble operation.
• Four wire reset-able smoke power supply: 22.3V DC regulated, 300mA maximum.
• Relay Contacts for Common Alarm, Common Supervisory, Common Trouble, and Auxiliary Alarm Relay
(disconnectable).
• RS-485 Interface for MR-2300 Series Remote Multiplex Annunciators and Smart relay Module.
• Optional Modules for additional Relay Circuits, City Tie and Polarity Reversal Signaling.
• Extensive transient protection.
• Easy configuration of the panel using LCD service tool (CFG-300).
• Releasing circuit protection from false alarm by disconnecting the battery if the voltage falls below 19V.
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Conventions
Circuits
Refers to an actual electrical interface for initiating (detection), indicating (signal), and releasing.
Zone
Is a logical concept for a Fire Alarm Protected Area, and will consist of at least one Circuit.
Often the terms Zone and Circuit are used interchangeably, but in this Manual the term Circuit is used.
Display Points
There is a display point associated with every initiating and indicating circuit of the MR-2320 LED Series fire panel.
For an initiating circuit there are two LEDs for every display point: one single color (amber) and one dual color (red/
amber). For an indicating circuit there is only one LED: one single color (amber), for every display point.
Wiring Styles
Initiating and indicating circuits are Class B (Style B and Y). Changing the initiating circuits to Class A requires an
MR-2300-A adder board which will convert SIX initiating zones from Class B (Style B) circuits to Class A (Style D).
This is done without penalizing the number of circuits, which remains the same as in Class B (Style B). Changing
the indicating circuits to Class A requires an MR-2300-NC2 adder board, which will convert TWO indicating zones
from Class B (Style Y) circuits to Class A (Style Z). Releasing circuits (Z) are Class B (Style B) only.
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System Components
System Components
Main Pre-Action/Deluge and Agent Release Control Panel
Model
COMMON ALARM
COMMON SUPV
MR-2320-R
MR-2320-DR
Same as above except with dialer.
IAC2
(ZONE 2)
COMMON TROUBLE
BATTERY TROUBLE
IAC3
(ZONE 3)
REMOTE TROUBLE
?
Six Zone Pre-Action/Deluge and Agent Release
Control Panel with LED display (red or white
door, black box), six Class B (Style B) initiating
circuits, and four Class B (Style Y) output
circuits. Output circuits 1 & 2 are Class B (Style
B) indicating circuits that can be converted to
Class A (Style Z) using an MR-2300-NC2
Output Class A Converter adder module.
Output circuits 3 & 4 are Class B (Style B) only
releasing circuits. Each output circuit can draw
1.7A current, 5A total. A six zone MR-2300-A
Input Class A Converter adder module may be
used for Class A (Style D) wiring of Initiating
circuits. MR-2320 contains Common Alarm,
Common Supervisory & Common Trouble
Relays, auxiliary alarm relay (disconnectable),
an RS-485 Interface for Remote Annunciators
and a Resettable Four Wire Smoke Detector
Power Supply. Two batteries are required.
IAC1
(ZONE 1)
AC ON
X
M
GROUND FAULT
IAC4
(ZONE 4)
CPU FAIL
ABORT ACTIVE
AGENT RELEASED
IAC5
(ZONE 5)
SYSTEM
RESET
IAC6
(ZONE 1)
SIGNAL
SILENCE
AUXILIARY
DISCONNECT
NAC1
(ZONEV 1)
LAMP
TEST
NAC2
(ZONE 2)
BUZZER
SILENCE
RAC1
(ZONE 3)
Description
RAC2
(ZONE 4)
MR-2320 SERIES
Agent Release Control Panel
Relay Modules: Six Relays
Model
RELAY 1
NO/NC
C
RELAY 2
NO/NC
C
RELAY 3
NO/NC
C
RELAY 4
NO/NC
C
RELAY 5
NO/NC
C
MR-2306-R6
RELAY 6
NO/NC
Description
Six-relay adder module
C
Polarity Reversal/City Tie
Model
+ | -
CITY
TIE
+ | -
POLARITY
REVERSAL
ALARM
JW1
JW2
4
POLARITY
REVERSAL
SUPV
+ | -
JW4
MR-2300-PR
Description
Polarity Reversal and/or City
Tie Module
MR-2320 Series Installation and Operation Manual
Smart Relay Module
Model
Description
MR-2312-SW12
Smart Relay Module
(12 relays) with
white enclosure
MR-2312-SR12
Smart Relay Module
(12 relays) with red
enclosure
MR-2300 SERIES REMOTE RELAY
Input Class A Converter: Six Circuits
- DET1 RET+
- DET2 RET+
Description
- DET5 OUT+
- DET5 RET+
- DET6 OUT+
- DET6 RET+
- DET4 RET+
- DET3 RET+
- DET1 OUT+
- DET2 OUT+
BLK RED
BLK RED
BLK RED
- DET4 OUT+
BLK RED
- DET3 OUT+
BLK RED
BLK RED
Model
MR-2300-A
Input Class A converter
Module (six circuits). This
module has built-in active
EOL resistors.
Output Class A Converter: Two Circuits
- SIG1 OUT+
- SIG1 RET+
- SIG2 OUT+
- SIG2 RET+
BLK RED
BLK RED
Model
MR-2300-NC2
Description
Output Class A converter module (two
circuits)
MR-2312-ATW Remote Annunciator
Model
A.C.
ON
COMMON
TROUBLE
BUZZER
SILENCE
Description
SIGNAL
SILENCE
SIGNAL
SILENCE
MR-2312-ATW
16 Zone remote annunciator
SWITCH
ENABLE
LAMP
TEST
SYSTEM
RESET
FIRE ALARM
ANNUNCIATOR
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System Components
Active end-of-line
The ELRX-400R(W) are power-saving End-of-Line resistors that eliminate the need for an additional battery cabinet
or larger batteries in order to meet the 60 hour standby requirement.
Model
RED
BLACK
Description
ELRX-400
Active end-of-line resistor without plate
ELRX-400R
Active end-of-line resistor with end-ofline red plate
Additional System Accessories
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Model: MR-2306-ATR/W Eight Zone Remote Annunciator
(ULC and ULI Approved)
Model: MR-2300T
Remote Trouble Indicator
(ULC and ULI Approved)
Model: MP-300
EOL resistor plate, 3.9KΩ
(ULC and ULI Approved)
Model: MP-300R
EOL resistor plate, red
(ULC Approved)
Model: BC-160
External Battery Cabinet
(ULC and ULI Approved)
Model: MP-1500R/W
Current Limiter
Model: MP-320R/W
Solenoid EOL Module
Model: MR-2316-AT
Remote Annunciator
MR-2320 Series Installation and Operation Manual
Mechanical Installation
Installing the Enclosure
Install the MR-2320 Series panel enclosure as shown below. Mount enclosure surface mount using the four
mounting holes with the provided screws.
Figure 1: Box dimensions, semi-flush mounting and trim ring
11"
1.5"
PLACE MR-2320 TRIM RING OVER BACKBOX
17"
4 Mounting
Holes for
Surface
Mounting
14.5"
20.0"
22.5"
Adhere trim ring to
wall surface around
the MR-2320 backbox.
5.425"
1"
3.5"
14.5"
1" is the minimum depth
above the wall required
for semi-flush mounting
using the flush trim ring
5"
4.
3.5" is the maximum depth
for semi-flush mounting
using the flush trim ring
Remove the door (also disconnect the ground strap), the dead front and semi-flush mount the backbox into the wall.
Peel the adhesive cover from the trim ring and stick to the wall surface around the backbox, after wall is finished.
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Mechanical Installation
The figure below shows a cross-section of the semi-flush mounted backbox and the trim ring. Make sure
to allow a minimum depth of 1” above the wall surface for proper door opening.
TRIM RING
WALL
MIN 1”
WOOD OR
METAL STUD
BACKBOX
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Installing the Adder Modules
The MR-2320 Series panel comes pre-assembled with all components and boards except for adder modules.
Module installation locations are shown below. Refer to Figure 3 on the next page for Jumper or DIP Switch settings
and see Wiring Tables and Information on page 23 for wiring specifications.
JW2
TO MR-2306-R6 RELAY MODULE
DET 6
+
+
+
+
-
SIG 1
SIG 2
4-WIRE SPLY
JW1
TO MR-2300-PR MODULE
+
RAC2
(ZONE 4)
SIG 3
PRE
RELEASE
-
RAC1
(ZONE 3)
+
BUZZER
SILENCE
SIG 4
NAC2
(ZONE 2)
-
LAMP
TEST
AUX
NAC1
(ZONEV 1)
+
AL ARM RELAY
SUPERVISORY
RELAY
AUXILIARY
DISCONNECT
+
IAC6
(ZONE 1)
SIGNAL
SILENCE
-
JW6
CLASS-A converter
board for indicating
circuits MR-2300-NC2
(2 circuits )
+
IAC5
(ZONE 5)
SYSTEM
RESET
JW5
-
DET 2
DET 4
DET 3
ABORT
RELEASED
-
IAC4
(ZONE 4)
CPU FAIL
+
RS-4 85
GROUND FAULT
TROU BLE
RELAY
C
NC
NO
C
NC
NO
C
NC
NO
C
IAC3
(ZONE 3)
REMOTE TROUBLE
?
POWER SUPPLY
NC
AUX. RELAY
-
JW7
NO
S
+
JW4
DET 5
BATTERY TROUBLE
-
IAC2
(ZONE 2)
COMMON TROUBLE
+
COMMON SUPV
M
-
IAC1
(ZONE 1)
AC ON
COMMON ALARM
-
X
CLASS-A converter
board for detection
circuits MR-2300-A
(6 circuits)
+
DET 1
Figure 2: Installation of Adder Modules
Transformer
RTI PORT UNFLTD SPLY
POWER
SIGNAL
TRB TRL COM- COM+
P6
P6
P5
BATTERY
SEC TX
AC wiring terminal
P2
P4
P3
+
BATTERY
Relay Module MR-2306-R6
P1
Reverse polarity and city
tie module MR-2300-PR.
Mounted on hex spacer
with two screws provided
BATTERY
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Cable and Jumper Connections for Main Board and Adder Modules
Cable and Jumper Connections for Main Board and Adder
Modules
Main Pre-Action/Deluge and Agent Release Control Board
Figure 3: Main Control Board cable connector and jumper settings
Connect to
MR-2300-PR
Connect to
MR-2306-R6
Relay module
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JW2
POWER
TO MR-2306-R6 RELAY MODULE
SIGNAL
P3
+
+
RTI PORT UNFLTD SPLY
TRB TRL COM- COM+
P4
JW2 - ON- when
MR-2306-R6 not
connected
Initiating zones 1 to 6
+
-
DET 2
DET 6
Unfiltered 24V
supply
Power supply and
control interface, including
AC power and battery supplies.
Indicating/Releasing zones 1 to 4
4-WIRE SPLY
C
JW1
TO MR-2300-PR MODULE
-
SIG 1
SIG 2
RAC2
(ZONE 4)
-
PRE
RELEASE
+
RAC1
(ZONE 3)
SIG 3
BUZZER
SILENCE
-
NAC2
(ZONE 2)
+
LAMP
TEST
AUX
NAC1
(ZONEV 1)
SIG 4
SUPERVISORY
RELAY
AUXILIARY
DISCONNECT
+
IAC6
(ZONE 1)
SIGNAL
SILENCE
-
JW6
+
JW5
+
IAC5
(ZONE 5)
SYSTEM
RESET
AL ARM RELAY
AUX. RELAY
RELEASE
TROU BLE
RELAY
NO
JW1 - ON- when
MR-2300-PR
not connected
NC
Trouble Relay
IAC4
(ZONE 4)
ABORT
-
RS-4 85
+
S
C
NC
Supervisory
Relay
GROUND FAULT
CPU FAIL
JW7
NO
NC
Alarm Relay
C
NO
NC
Auxiliary Relay
C
NO
RS-485 for
annunciators
IAC3
(ZONE 3)
REMOTE TROUBLE
?
+
DET 3
BATTERY TROUBLE
JW4
DET 5
IAC2
(ZONE 2)
COMMON TROUBLE
-
COMMON SUPV
M
+
JW6-Normally Open
+
COMMON ALARM
-
IAC1
(ZONE 1)
AC ON
X
-
JW5-Normally Open
DET 4
JW4 -Normally Short
-
For front panel programming use CFG-300
configuration tool not UL-864 or ULC-S527
listed. Please refer to Document LT-922 for
details
+
DET 1
JW3
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Table 1: Connectors and Jumpers on the Main Fire Alarm Board
JW1
Remove this jumper if MR-2300-PR is connected.
P4
Cable from connector P1 of the MR-2306-R6 Relay Adder Module connects here.
Otherwise not used.
JW2
Remove this jumper if an MR-2306-R6 Relay Adder Module is used.
JW3
Removed all the time.
JW4
Normally short.
JW5
JW6
Normally open. Place jumper here and power down the panel (both AC power and
batteries). Then power up the panel again, the password is restored to the default after
system startup. Once the system has reset, REMOVE the jumper from the pins at JW5.
Leave normally open.
Normally open to BLOCK configuration via modem, PC with a UIMA converter module or a
CFG-300 Configuration Tool. Place jumper here to ALLOW any type of configuration.
MR-2300-A Input Class-A Converter Adder Module
- DET6 RET+ - DET5 RET+ - DET4 RET+ - DET3 RET+ - DET2 RET+ - DET1 RET+
- DET6 OUT+ - DET5 OUT+ - DET4 OUT+ - DET3 OUT+ - DET2 OUT+ - DET1 OUT+
BLK RED
BLK RED
BLK RED
All these pins comes with
red and black wires which
are connected to the
detection circuit on the
main fire alarm board. Red
is positive and black is
negative
B LK RED
BLK RED
MR-2300-A
ICAC-306
BLK RED
Figure 4: MR-2300-A Input Class-A Converter Adder Module
mounting hole for
#6-32 screws
mounting hole for
#6-32 screws
There are no jumpers or cables to set on this module, just wiring from the converter (wires are fixed here) to the
Main Fire Alarm Board.
Initiating circuits must be wired from the MR-2300-A module to the Main Fire Alarm board. For example, Initiating
circuit 1 positive (red) and negative (black) wires are connected to the positive and negative terminals (respectively)
of Initiating circuit 1 on the Main Fire Alarm Board. From the MR-2300-A converter Initiating circuits are wired out to
the devices from the positive and negative terminals marked DET OUT and the circuit return wires are brought back
to the converter module to positive and negative terminals marked DET RET.
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Cable and Jumper Connections for Main Board and Adder Modules
MR-2300-NC2 Output Class-A Converter Adder Module
Figure 5: MR-2300-NC2 Output Class-A Converter Adder Module
- SIG2 RET+ - SIG1 RET+
MR-2300-NC2
- SIG2 OUT+ - SIG1 OUT+
OCAC-302
BLK RED
BLK RED
mounting hole for
#6-32 screws
mounting hole for
#6-32 screws
Indicating circuits must be wired from the MR-2300-NC2 to the main Fire Alarm board. For example indicating circuit
1 positive (red wire) and negative (black wire) is wired from the Class A converter module to the positive and
negative terminals of Indicating circuit 1 on the Main Fire Alarm board.
The actual indicating zone is wired from the SIGNAL OUT positive and negative to the signaling devices and then
wired back to the SIGNAL RET positive and negative.
Relay Adder Module
Cable from P1 of the MR-2306-R6 is connected to P4 on the Main Fire Alarm Board. The jumpers located above
each relay on the MR-2306-R6 are used to configure the relays. The jumpers located below the relays are used to
select either normally open contacts or normally closed contacts.
Figure 6: MR-2306-R6 six relay adder module
6 on the
Connect to P6
main fire alarm board
mounting hole
for #6-32 screws
INDIVIDUAL GREEN
RELAY STATUS LEDs
RELAY 1
RELAY 2
NO/NC C NO/NC C
RELAY 3
RELAY 4
NO/NC C NO/NC C
RELAY 5
RELAY 6
mounting hole
for #6-32 screws
NO/NC C NO/NC C
P1: Cable from MR-2306-R6 Relay Adder Module connects to P4 on Main Fire Alarm Board.
The correlation of the relays are fixed and is as follows:
Active State
12
Relay1
Relay2
Relay3
Hazard 1
Alert
Hazard 1
Alarm
Hazard 1
Release
Relay4
Hazard 2
Alert
Relay5
Relay6
Hazard 2
Alarm
Hazard 2
Release
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Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module (Model MR-2300-PR)
Figure 7: Polarity reversal and city tie module
CITY
TIE
JW1
+ | -
Mounting hole for
#6-32 screws
POLARITY POLARITY
REVERSAL REVERSAL
SUPV
ALARM
P2
+ | -
P1
+ | -
Mounting hole for
#6-32 screws
JW2
JW4
The following hardware configuration must be performed before installing the MR-2300-PR.
Table 2: MR-2300-PR jumper settings
P1
Cable connects to P5 on the Main Board
JW1
Cut this jumper for Trouble transmission. When this jumper is cut and a
system trouble occurs, the designated terminals will transmit a "zero volts" or
"open" circuit. Please note that in normal condition, the terminals polarity is
read exactly as labeled on the circuit board.
JW2
Cut this jumper for Trouble transmission of supervisory. When this jumper is
cut and a supervisory trouble occurs, the designated terminals will transmit a
"zero volts" or "open" circuit. Please note that in normal condition, the
terminals polarity is read exactly as labeled on the circuit board.
The Alarm Transmit signal to the MR-2300-PR can be programmed to turn OFF when signal silence is active. This
allows the City Tie Box to be manually reset. On subsequent alarms the silenceable signals will resound and the
City Tie Box will be retriggered. See configuration of Alarm Xmit-Sil on page for more information.
The Trouble Transmit signal to the MR-2300-PR can be programmed to delay AC power fail for 0, 1 or 3 hours if this
is the only system trouble. See Pwr Fail Dly Tmr configuration on page for more information.
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Field Wiring
Main Board Field Wiring
Wire devices to the terminals as shown in the figures that follow. Refer to Wiring Tables and Information on page 23
for wire gauges and Appendix D on page 80 for specifications.
CAUTION: Do not exceed power supply ratings.
Initiating Circuit Wiring
Wiring diagrams for the initiating circuits are shown below. The panel supports Style B wiring for the initiating circuits
and Style D wiring for the indicating circuits. The initiating circuits are supervised by a 3.9KΩ EOL resistor or an
active EOL module.
Figure 8: Initiating circuit – Class B or Style B Wiring
STYLE B
WIRING
INITIATING
CIRCUIT #2
DET 2
INITIATING
CIRCUIT #1
DET 1
FIRE ALARM MAIN BOARD
INITIATING
CIRCUIT - 1
ALARM ZONE
+
+
-
STYLE B
WIRING
INITIATING
CIRCUIT - 2
SUPERVISORY
ZONE
ION SMOKE
DETECTOR
SUPERVISORY
PHOTO SMOKE
DETECTOR
HEAT
DETECTOR
PULL STATION
14
3.9K 1/2 WATT ELR
NOTE: ACTIVE END OF LINE
RESISTORS MAY BE USED, BUT
THEY MUST BE USED ON ALL THE
INITIATING CIRCUITS.
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Figure 9: Initiating circuit– Class A or Style D Wiring
MR-2300-A
DCAC-306 CLASS A
CONVERTER MODULE
STYLE D
WIRING
INITIATING
CIRCUIT - 1
ALARM
ZONE
- DET2 RET+ - DET1 RET+
BLK RED
-
- DET1
OUT+
+
-
BLK RED
+
- DET2
OUT+
INITIATING
CIRCUIT #2
DET 1
INITIATING
CIRCUIT #1
DET 2
FIRE ALARM MAIN BOARD
STYLE D
WIRING
INITIATING
CIRCUIT - 2
SUPERVISORY
ZONE
4 MORE INITIATING
CIRCUITS NOT SHOWN
ION SMOKE
DETECTOR
PHOTO
SMOKE
DETECTOR
HEAT
DETECTOR
PULL STATION
SUPERVISORY
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Abort and Manual Release Switch Wiring
Wiring for the abort and manual release switches is shown in Figures 10 and 11. Depending on the selected mode,
the Abort and Manual release switches can either be on different circuits or they both can be on the same circuit.
When on separate circuits, DET5 is used for the Abort switch and DET6 is used for the manual release switch.
When on the same circuit, DET 5 Abort/Manual release combination is for hazard area 1, while DET6 Abort/Manual
release combination is for hazard area 2. When an Abort/Manual release combination is used, ensure that the
Manual release switch is always before the Abort switch. Also ensure that there is a current limiting resistor (MP1500R/W) between the Manual release and Abort switch for differentiating between the two switches.
Figure 10: Abort and Manual Release Switch Class B or Style B Wiring
Abort and Manual Release switches on separate circuits
INITIATING
CIRCUIT #5
INITIATING
CIRCUIT #6
DET 6 DET 5
FIRE ALARM MAIN BOARD
+
-
3.9K 1/2 WATT ELR
OR ELRX-300/R
+
3.9K 1/2 WATT ELR
OR ELRX-300/R
Abort and Manual Release switches on a combined circuit
DET 5
INITIATING
CIRCUIT #5
+
-
DET 6
FIRE ALARM MAIN BOARD
+
-
Current limiter
MP-1500R/W
Current limiter
MP-1500R/W
3.9K 1/2 WATT ELR
OR ELRX-300/R
INITIATING
CIRCUIT #6
Current limiter
MP-1500R/W
Current limiter
MP-1500R/W
3.9K 1/2 WATT ELR
OR ELRX-300/R
MANUAL RELEASE
SWITCH
Use MS-403,404
USE ONLY NO
CONTACT
ABORT SWITCH
CCONNECT A UL/ULC LISTED ABORT STATION ACCEPTABLE TO
THE AHJ, COMPLYING WITH THE FOLLOWING SPECIFICATIONS:
MAXIMUM IMPEDENCE = 1.4K OHMS
RATED CURRENT = 45mA
RATED VOLTAGE= 24V
Note: Maximum 4 Abort Switches
can be connected on each
combined Manual Release and
Abort Switch circuit.
Note: For the circuit with the combined Abort Switch and Manual Release Switch, a maximum of four Abort
Switches can be connected.
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Figure 11: Abort and Manal Release Switch Class A or Style D Wiring
Abort and Manual Release switches on separate circuits
- DET6 RET+ - DET5 RET+
BLK RED
+
-
BLK RED
+
-
- DET6 OUT+- DET5 OUT+
INITIATING
CIRCUIT #6
DET 5
INITIATING
CIRCUIT #5
DET 6
FIRE ALARM MAIN BOARD
MR-2300-A
CLASS A
CONVERTER
MODULE
Abort and Manual Release switches on a combined circuit
MANUAL RELEASE
SWITCH
USE MS-403,404
USE ONLY NO
CONTACT
- DET6 RET+ - DET5 RET+
- DET6 OUT+- DET5 OUT+
+
-
INITIATING
CIRCUIT #6
BLK RED
+
-
Current limiter
MP-1500R/W
Current limiter
MP-1500R/W
Current limiter
MP-1500R/W
MR-2300-A
CLASS A
CONVERTER
MODULE
BLK RED
DET 5
INITIATING
CIRCUIT #5
DET 6
FIRE ALARM MAIN BOARD
Current limiter
MP-1500R/W
ABORT SWITCH
CCONNECT A UL/ULC LISTED ABORT STATION
ACCEPTABLE TO THE AHJ, COMPLYING WITH THE
FOLLOWING SPECIFICATIONS:
MAXIMUM IMPEDENCE = 1.4K OHMS
RATED CURRENT = 45mA
RATED VOLTAGE= 24V
Note: Maximum 4 Abort
Switches can be connected
on each combined Manual
Release and Abort Switch circuit.
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Indicating Circuit Wiring
The MR-2320 Series Fire Alarm supports Class B or Style Y and Class A Style Z wiring for its indicating circuits.
Each circuit is supervised by a 3.9KΩ EOL resistor or active EOL module. Each indicating circuit provides up to 1.7
A, 5 A maximum total if no auxiliaries are used.
Figure 12: Indicating circuit – Class B or Style Y wiring
MR-2320 Panel
- SIG 2 + - SIG 1 +
STYLE Y
WIRING
INDICATING
CIRCUIT #1
INDICATING
CIRCUIT #2
INDICATING
CIRCUIT - 1
STYLE Y
WIRING
INDICATING
CIRCUIT - 2
BELL
STROBE
HORN
3.9K 1/2 WATT ELR
Figure 13: Indicating circuit –Class A or Style Z wiring
STYLE Y
WIRING
MR-2320 Panel
-
- SIG2 RET+ - SIG1 RET+
+
BLK RED
-
BLK RED
+
- SIG2 OUT+ - SIG1 OUT+
INDICATING
CIRCUIT #2
SIG 2
INDICATING
CIRCUIT #1
SIG 1
INDICATING
CIRCUIT 1
STYLE Y
WIRING
INDICATING
CIRCUIT 2
MR-2300-NC2 CLASS A
CONVERTER MODULE
BELL
18
STROBE
HORN
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Releasing Circuit Wiring
Wiring for the releasing circuit is shown in Figure 14, below. SIG3 and SIG4 output circuits are reserved for the
releasing circuits. Solenoid EOL module (MP-320R/W) is used to supervise the solenoid coil. If the solenoid is
already fitted with the directional diode then only the 3.9KΩ EOL resistor is used. The supervisory current passes
through the solenoid coil thus confirming the integrity of the solenoid coil for open coil. The wiring is supervised for
the open and short conditions.
Figure 14: Releasing Circuit Wiring
Releasing
circuit #2
SIG 3
Releasing
circuit #1
+
-
SIG 4
FIRE ALARM MAIN BOARD
+
-
Solenoid EOL
module
MP-320R/W
Solenoid EOL
module
MP-320R/W
Solenoid Coil (See
the listing for the
approved solenoids)
Dialer Wiring
If you have an MR-2320-DR, there is a dialer on board and terminals marked Line 1 and Line 2 must be wired as
shown in Figure 15 below.
Figure 15: Dialer Wiring
RES
LINE-2
RING TIP RING TIP
RING TIP RING TIP
CO
RES
LINE-1
CO
FIRE ALARM MAIN
BOARD
RJ31X
GREEN
1
RED
4
2
3
7
6
BROWN
GREY
8
TIP
RING
5
Public switch
Telephone company
wiring
TIP
RING
premise telephone
IF permitted
Line 2 is Wired as shown for Line 1
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Figure 16: Four-wire smoke detector wiring
4-WIRE
SUPPLY
FIRE ALARM MAIN BOARD
+
+
-
RESETTABLE 4-WIRE SMOKE
DETECTOR POWER SUPPLY
22VDC, 200mA
MAX. CURRENT - 300mA
MAX. RIPPLE VOL. 5mV
(POWER LIMITED)
+
POWER
-
+
-
+
-
DETECTION
4-WIRE DETECTION DEVICE
TO INITIATING
CIRCUIT
LEGEND
6
5
3
2
4
1
END OF LINE RELAY
LISTED S3403
MODEL A77-716B
MANUFACTURED BY
SYSTEM SENSOR
NOTES
ALL POWER LIMITED CIRCUITS
MUST USE TYPE FPL, FPLR,
OR FPLP POWER LIMITED
CABLE
3.9K 1/2 WATT ELR
Relay Adder Module Wiring
Wire relays on the relay adder module MR-2306-R6 as shown in Figure 17.
Figure 17: Relay per zone (MR-2306-R6) Terminal connection
RM-306 6 RELAY ADDER MODULE
MR-2306-R6
RELAY
CIRCUIT #1
RELAY
CIRCUIT #2
C
NO/NC
C
NO/NC
NORMALLY OPEN
CONNECTION
NORMALLY CLOSE
CONNECTION
NORMALLY OPEN OR
NORMALLY CLOSED
CONNECTION IS
SELECTED BY JUMPER
ON RELAY BOARD.
ALL RELAY CONTACTS
28V DC, 1 AMP
RESISTIVE LOAD
RELAY
CIRCUIT #6
20
C
NO/NC
NOTE: ALL RELAYS ARE POWER LIMITED
CIRCUITS AND MUST USE TYPE FPL, FPLR or
FPLP POWER LIMITED CABLE.
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Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module (MR-2300-PR) Wiring
Wire MR-2300-PR Polarity Reversal and City Tie Module (if used) as shown in Figure 18, below. See Appendix D
on page 80 for module specifications. Power Limited cable type FPL, FPLR or FPLP must be used.
For USA installation, the installer must use Atlantic Scientific (Tel: 407-725-8000), Model #24544 Protective
Device, or similar UL-Listed QVRG secondary protector, as shown.
For use in Canada, the Protective Device is not required but still recommended.
Figure 18: Polarity reversal and city tie module terminal connection
MR-2300-PR
PR-300
+
POWER LIMITED
POLARITY REVERSAL ALARM
24VDC OPEN
12VDC AT 3.5mA
8mA MAX. SHORT
-
POWER LIMITED
2
S
1
2
PROCTECTED
+
PROTECTOR
1
UNPROCTECTED
CITY TIE LOCAL ENERGY
RATED - 24VDC FILTERED
TRIP COIL - 14 Ohms, 250mA,
5mV RIPPLE
S
1
+
2
-
S
1
+
2
-
S
+
POLARITY REVERSAL SUPV.
24VDC OPEN
12VDC AT 3.5mA
8mA MAX. SHORT
PROCTECTOR
1
2
S
1
2
S
PROCTECTED
POWER LIMITED
DIN RAIL CONNECTION
TO EARTH GROUND
UNPROCTECTED
-
USE A SHORTING WIRE
WHEN THE CITY TIE IS
NOT USED
1
+
2
-
CONFIRMS TO NEMA STANDARD
SB3-1969 INTENDED FOR
CONNECTION TO POLARITY
REVERSAL CIRCUIT OF A REMOTE
STATION RECEIVING UNIT HAVING
COMPATIBLE RATINGS
S
1
2
S
POWER LIMITED CABLE TYPE
FPL, FPLR or FPLP MUST BE
MR-2300-PR
USED FROM PR-300
TO TO
PROTECTORS.
DIN RAIL CONNECTION
TO EARTH GROUND
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Power Supply Connection
The power supply is part of the Main Chassis. The ratings are:
Type
Rating
Electrical Input rating
120 VAC 60Hz 1.7A /240 VAC 50 Hz 0.85 A, 10A slow
blow fuse on secondary of transformer
Power supply total current
6.5A AC maximim @ secondary of transformer
Battery fuse on Main
module
10A, slow blow micro fuse
Wire the power supply as shown below in Figure 19 using the proper wire gauge.
CAUTION: Do not exceed power supply ratings.
Figure 19: Power Supply Connection
Deluge Panel Control Board
BUZZER
SILENCE
RAC1
(ZONE 3)
PRE
RELEASE
RAC2
(ZONE 4)
POWER SUPPLY
P6
red
P6
P5
10A
slow blow
Power Supply Control Board
P1
P2
P4
P3
+
BATTERY
yellow
red
blk
green
red
+
red
blk
+
BATTERY
BATTERY
NOTE: TO PREVENT SPARKING, CONNECT BATTERIES AFTER THE
SYSTEM MAIN A.C. POWER IS TURNED ON
22
240 VAC 50Hz
120 VAC 60Hz
N
GND
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Wiring Tables and Information
Table 3: Initiating Circuit Wiring
Wire gauge
Maximum wiring run to last device
AWG
Feet
Meters
22
2990
910
20
4760
1450
18
7560
2300
16
12000
3600
14
19000
5800
12
30400
9200
Notes:
• For Class A the maximum wiring run to the last device is divided by two.
• Maximum loop resistance should not exceed 100 ohms.
• Maximum capacitance of 0.5uF total on each initiating circuit.
Table 4: Indicating Circuit Wiring
Total
signal
load in
amperes
Maximum wiring run to last device
18 AWG
16 AWG
14 AWG
12 AWG
Max. loop
resistance
in ohms
Feet
Meters
Feet
Meters
Feet
Meters
Feet
Meters
0.06
2350
716
3750
1143
6000
1829
8500
2591
30
0.12
1180
360
1850
567
3000
915
4250
1296
15
0.30
470
143
750
229
1200
366
1900
579
6
0.60
235
71
375
114
600
183
850
259
3
0.90
156
47
250
76
400
122
570
174
2
1.20
118
36
185
56
300
91
425
129
1.5
1.50
94
29
150
46
240
73
343
105
1.2
1.70
78
24
125
38
200
61
285
87
1.0
Notes:
• For Class A wiring the resistance in ohms is multiplied by two.
• Maximum voltage drop should not exceed 1.8 volts.
Four-Wire Smoke Power (regulated)
Four-wire smoke power is provided for four-wire smoke detectors. This filtered supply is supervised therefore a
short will disconnect the power and the common trouble is active. The power is reconnected after the 'RESET' key
is pressed. This supply is rated at 22.3VDC regulated/300mA max/1V voltage drop maximum.
Supervised Auxiliary Power (regulated)
Supervised auxiliary power is used to power the remote annunciators and smart relay modules. This filtered circuit
is supervised therefore a short will disconnect the power and the common trouble is active. The power is
reconnected after the 'RESET' key is pressed. This supply is rated at 22.3VDC regulated/500mA max/1V voltage
drop maximum.
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Auxiliary Power (unregulated)
This regulated supply is not supervised. This supply is rated at 24VDC FWR/1.7A max. If there is a short on this
circuit, the auxiliary power does not recover automatically when the short is removed. This power supply must be
disconnected, then reconnected and the panel reset to re-establish the auxiliary power supply.
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System Checkout
Before turning the power “ON”
To prevent sparking, do not connect the batteries. Connect the batteries after powering the system from the main
AC supply.
1. Check that all modules are installed in the proper location with the proper connections.
2. Check all field (external) wiring for opens, shorts, and ground.
3. Check that all interconnection cables are secure, and that all connectors are plugged in properly.
4. Check all jumpers and switches for proper setting.
5. Check the AC power wiring for proper connection.
6. Check that the chassis is connected to EARTH GROUND (cold water pipe).
7. Make sure to close the front cover plate before powering the system from main AC supply.
The best way to check out a panel first is to not connect any field wiring. Power up the panel with an end of line. The
panel should be free of trouble. Then connect one circuit at one time. If a trouble occurs, correct the fault then
continue the field wiring.
Power-up procedure
After completing the System Checkout procedures outlined above,
8. Power up the panel. The "AC ON" green LED and the “Common Trouble” LED should illuminate, and the
buzzer should sound. Press the “System Reset” button. Since the batteries are not connected, the trouble
buzzer should sound intermittently and the common trouble LED should flash.
9. Connect the batteries while observing correct polarity: the red wire is positive (+) and black wire is negative (-).
All indicators should be OFF except for normal power "AC ON" green LED and green LED I4 (below the
TROUBLE relay at left bottom of board).
Note: Green LED I4 is illuminated when the system is normal. This LED indicates that the trouble relay is in
normal standby condition.
10.Configure the Fire Alarm Control Panel as described in the Configuration section.
Troubleshooting
Symptoms
Circuit
Trouble
Remote
Trouble
Ground Fault
Battery
Trouble
Common
Trouble
Possible Cause
To correct the fault, check for open wiring on that particular circuit loop or if the Circuit
Disconnect Button is active. Notes: (1) Bypassing a detection circuit or signal circuit will
cause a system trouble (off-normal status); (2) Bypassing a releasing circuit will cause a
supervisory signal.
Remote Trouble will be indicated on the main panel display for any failure reported by,
or failure to communicate with a remote annunciator or other remote device.
This panel has a common ground fault detector. To correct the fault, check for any
external wiring touching the chassis or other Earth Ground connection.
Check for the presence of batteries and their conditions. Low voltage (below 20.4V) will
cause a battery trouble. If battery trouble condition persists, replace batteries as soon
as possible.
If only a common trouble is indicated on the main panel and none of the above
confirming trouble indicators are on, check the following for possible fault:
• Check for any missing interconnection wiring.
• Check for any Module missing that was part of the Configuration.
• Check for improperly secured cabling.
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Indicators, Controls and Operations
Refer to Figure 20 below for LED Indicator and Control Button locations.
Figure 20: LED indicators and control buttons
X
AC ON
COMMON ALARM
COMMON SUPV
M
COMMON TROUBLE
BATTERY TROUBLE
REMOTE TROUBLE
?
IAC1
(ZONE 1)
IAC2
(ZONE 2)
IAC3
(ZONE 3)
GROUND FAULT
CPU FAIL
ABORT
RELEASED
SYSTEM
RESET
IAC4
(ZONE 4)
IAC5
(ZONE 5)
IAC6
(ZONE 1)
SIGNAL
SILENCE
AUXILIARY
DISCONNECT
NAC1
(ZONEV 1)
LAMP
TEST
NAC2
(ZONE 2)
BUZZER
SILENCE
RAC1
(ZONE 3)
PRE
RELEASE
RAC2
(ZONE 4)
The Main Display Panel on the Main Pre-Action/Deluge and Agent Release Control Board consists of:
• 16 common LED Indicators (left portion of display)
• Ten Common Buttons (left half portion of display)
• Up to six Initiating Circuit Alarm LEDs and six Initiating Circuit Trouble LED Indicators
• Four Indicating/Releasing Circuit LEDs (labeled NAC for Notifying Appliance Circuit or RAC for Releasing
Appliance Circuit)
• Up to ten disconnect buttons (six for initiating circuits & four for indicating/releasing circuits)
LED Indicators may be amber, red, or green, and may illuminate continuously (steady), or at one of two flash rates.
• Fast Flash (Supervisory) - 120 flashes per minute, 50% duty cycle
• Trouble Flash (Trouble) - 20 flashes per minute, 50% duty cycle
Note that each display is supplied with laser printer printable paper labels for sliding into the plastic label template on
the panel. For the Main Display, the paper label is Secutron #ND-2056SEC.
Common LED indicators
AC ON
The AC ON led is on steady green while the main AC power is within acceptable levels. It is turned off when the
level falls below the power-fail threshold.
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COMMON ALARM
The common alarm led is illuminated steady red as a result of any active alarm present in the system.
COMMON TROUBLE
The common trouble led in illuminated steady amber as a result of a trouble condition being detected on the
system.
BATTERY TROUBLE
Flashes amber at a slow rate, when the battery voltage is lower than the specified threshold or the battery is off line.
Flashes amber at a fast rate when there is a trouble on the battery charger circuit.
REMOTE TROUBLE
Flashes amber at a slow rate as a result of any remote trouble condition.
GROUND FAULT
Flashes amber at a slow rate when there is a ground fault detected in the system.
CPU FAIL
Flashes amber at a slow rate when the CPU is not working properly.
ABORT
Illuminate steady amber when the abort circuit is active.
RELEASED
Illuminate steady red when the releasing circuit(s) is active.
SYSTEM RESET
Turn on steady amber during the system reset process.
SIGNAL SILENCE
Flashes amber at a slow rate when the signal circuits are silenced.
AUXILIARY DISCONNECT
Flashes amber at a slow rate when the auxiliary disconnect function is active.
LAMP TEST
Illuminate amber steady when the lamp test button is pressed.
BUZZER SILENCE
Flashes amber at a slow rate when the buzzer is silenced.
PRE RELEASE
Flashes red at a fast rate, when the release timer is started turns off when the release timer expires or the system is
reset.
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Menu Buttons
To use the menu buttons you will need to install the CFG-300 configuration tool. See Using the CFG-300 Tool on
page for details.
M
Menu Button
Pressing M and entering the passcode will allow you to enter the command menu.
?
Info Button
When the system is off-normal, press
?
to display extra information of the event.
Enter Button
Pressing this button to select a menu option or to confirm a menu operation.
X
Cancel Button
To return to previous menu in the configuration or command mode.
Switches and Common Indicators
The MR-2320 Series panel is a six-zone panel with four output circuits. The circuits are arranged in the following
configuration:
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4
Zone 5
Zone 6
Out 1
Out 2
Out 3
Out 4
Input circuit
Input circuit
Input circuit
Input circuit
Manual Release/Abort switches combination or individual switch
Manual Release/Abort switches combination or individual switch
NAC1
NAC2
Releasing circuit 1
Releasing circuit 2 or NAC3 in some applications
Zone 1 to Zone 4
• Alarm LED (red)
turns on steady when an alarm is detected
• Supervisory LED (amber)
turns on steady when the circuit is active
• Trouble LED (amber)
turns on at slow flash rate when in trouble or bypassed
Zone 5 and Zone 6
• Alarm LED & Trouble LED
turned on.
The zone type and LED behavior varies upon the configuration. Steady when
Out1 and Out2 (NAC circuits)
• Trouble LED (amber)
turns on at slow flash rate when in trouble or bypassed
Out3 and Out4 (Releasing circuits)
• Trouble LED (amber)
turns on steady when the circuit is bypassed
turns on at slow flash rate when in trouble
Input Circuits Bypass Switch
These bypass switches are used to bypass the input circuit. Bypass is a toggle switch which will bypass and unbypass in a sequence whenever the switch is pressed. When the input circuit is bypassed a trouble is generated and
the system will not respond to any trouble or alarm on the bypassed input circuit. If the bypassed input circuit is
active and the Bypass Switch is pressed for un-bypassing, the Alarm LED will flash at the fast rate for 10 seconds.
During these 10 seconds, pressing the Bypass Switch can bypass the active input circuit again. After 10 seconds,
the bypassed alarm will be processed.
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Output Circuits Bypass Switch
The output circuit bypass switches bypasses the NAC circuit and the releasing circuit. The switch is a toggle switch
and pressing it again, will un-bypasses the output circuit the trouble LED turns off.
Common Controls
System Reset Button
The System Reset button resets the Fire Alarm Control Panel and all Circuits. In particular, the system reset button
• Resets all Latching Trouble Conditions
• Resets all Initiating and Releasing Circuits
• Resets 4-Wire Smoke Supply
• Turns off all Indicating Circuits
• Turns off Signal Silence Indicator
• Stops and resets all Timers
• Processes inputs as new events
• Does not affect Aux Disconnect
Signal Silence Button
Activation of the Signal Silence button when the panel is in alarm turns on the Signal Silence indicator and
deactivates any Silenceable Indicating Circuits. Non-Silenceable Circuits are unaffected. Signals will re-sound upon
any subsequent alarm. Subsequent operation of signal silence resounds all Silenceable signals. This button does
not function during any configured Signal Silence Inhibit Timer period.
Auxiliary Disconnect Button
Activating the Auxiliary Disconnect button activates the Auxiliary Disconnect function. The Auxiliary Alarm Relay is
always disconnected with this button. The Common Alarm Relay, the Common Supervisory relay and all correlated
alarm relays may be disconnected as selected through configuration. Activating the Auxiliary Disconnect button
also causes the Common Trouble LED to illuminate steady, the common trouble relay to send a trouble message
and the trouble buzzer to flash at the trouble flash rate. Pressing the Auxiliary Disconnect button again de-activates
this function and the system will go back to normal.
Lamp Test Button
Activation of the Lamp Test button causes all front panel Indicators to steadily illuminate and turns the buzzer ON
steady. If Lamp Test is active for more than 10 seconds, Common Trouble is activated.
Buzzer Silence Button
Activation of the Buzzer Silence button while the Buzzer is sounding silences the Buzzer. The Buzzer will resound if
there is a subsequent event. Pressing the button when the Buzzer is not sounding has no effect.
Circuit (zone) disconnect buttons
Circuit (Zone) Disconnect pushbuttons are provided for all initiating indicating, and releasing circuits on the Fire
Alarm Control Panel. These pushbuttons are located beside their respective indicating LED.
Pressing a Circuit Disconnect pushbutton bypasses the associated circuit and turns on its Trouble Indicator,
activating Common Trouble. Pressing a releasing circuit disconnect pushbutton bypasses the associated releasing
circuit and turns on its LED, activating common supervisory. While a Circuit is disconnected, all changes in status
(alarms and troubles) on that circuit are ignored. The panel does not activate disconnected indicating circuits.
Circuit Disconnect pushbuttons are toggle switches; therefore, pressing an activated switch a second time will unbypass (reconnect) the circuit.
Disconnecting an active Latching Initiating Circuit (including Alarms, Water flow Alarm, Sprinkler Alarm, General
Alarm, and Latching Supervisory) does not affect its status until the panel is reset. Disconnecting an active NonLatching Initiating Circuit (including Non-Latching Supervisory and Trouble-Only) causes them to behave as if the
alarm situation has disappeared. Disconnecting an active indicating circuit immediately deactivates the circuit.
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When an Initiating Circuit Disconnect pushbutton is returned to the normal state (by pressing it again in order to unbypass the circuit), the panel checks the state of the circuit. If the circuit is active, the Status Indicator flashes for 10
seconds at the Fast Rate without processing the input. If the Circuit is not re-bypassed by then, it will be processed
as a new input.
Common Relays
Relay Type
Single Hazard
Dual Hazard
Trouble Relay
Trouble
Trouble
Supervisory Relay
Supervisory
Supervisory
Alarm Relay
Alarm
Hazard1 (Alarm)
Aux Alarm Relay
Alarm (Silence-able)
Hazard2 (Alarm)
Note: Some troubles are latching once they are detected they remain active until system reset. In this case
the common trouble indicator will also remain active until system reset. The common trouble is not
bypassed by the auxiliary disconnect function.
Circuit Types
Initiating (Detection) Circuit Types
Non-Verified Alarm
A Non-Verified alarm is a “normal” type of alarm that can have pull stations, smoke detectors, or heat detectors
attached to it. Activation of any of these devices will immediately result in an alarm condition in the Fire Alarm
Control Panel. An Alarm condition causes the associated Circuit Status LED and the Common Alarm LED to
illuminate red.
Water Flow Alarm (Water flow Sensors)
Water Flow Alarms are identical to normal Non-Verified Alarms except that any indicating circuits programmed to
these circuits (all are by default) are Non-Silenceable. Also, if Water Flow Retard Operation is enabled, these
circuits are sampled every one second. If ten samples are active within any 15-second interval, the Water flow Alarm
is confirmed and processed. An alarm condition causes the associated Circuit Status LED and the Common Alarm
LED to illuminate red.
Note: Do not use Retard Operation with any external retarding device; maximum retard may not exceed
120 seconds.
Non-Latching Supervisory (For Supervisory Circuits)
Activation on these circuits will cause the Circuit Status LED and the amber Common Supervisory LED to illuminate.
The buzzer will sound at fast rate. If the circuit activation is removed, the Supervisory condition will clear (as long as
there are no other Supervisory conditions in the system) and the Circuit Status LED will turn off.
Latching Supervisory (For Supervisory Devices)
Activation on these circuits will cause the Circuit Status LED and the amber Common Supervisory LED to illuminate.
The buzzer will sound at fast rate. If the circuit activation is removed, the Supervisory condition will NOT clear.
Abort Switch
When the hazard area is in alarm (pre-discharge) state and the release timer is running, the activation of the
corresponding Abort Switch will pause the releasing timer. The release process is held while the Abort Switch is
pressed. Releasing the Abort Switch will resume the releasing timer and the corresponding hazard area goes into
Alarm (pre-discharge) state again. The value of the release timer after Abort Switch is released depends on the type
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of Abort Delay in the configuration. When the release timer expires, the corresponding releasing circuit is activated.
When the panel is in normal condition, activation of the Abort Switch will cause a trouble signal and the
corresponding zone amber LED turns on at slow flash rate.
Manual Release Switch
Activation of the Manual Release Switch of a hazard area will activate the corresponding releasing circuit. If the
corresponding Manual Release Delay is non-zero, the releasing circuit will be activate after the Manual Release
Delay expires.
Combination of Abort Switch and Manual Release Switch
This type of circuit is the combination of both Abort Switch and Manual Release Switch. This combination always
applies to the same hazard area. A short condition on the circuit is a Manual Release Active and a current limit
condition is an Abort Switch Active.
Indicating (Signal) Circuits Types
Silenceable Signal
The Silenceable Signal circuit is used for audible devices such as bells and piezo mini-horns that may be silenced
either manually or automatically.
Non-Silenceable Signal
The Non-Silenceable Signal Circuit is used for audible devices such as bells and piezo mini-horns that may not be
silenced either manually or automatically. While sounding, these devices follow the evacuation code pattern that is
configured by the user. For more information on evacuation codes, refer to Evacuation Codes on page.
Silenceable Strobe
Silenceable strobes will be silenced when the “signal silence” key is pressed.
Non-Silenceable Strobes
Non-Silenceable Strobes will not be silenced when the “signal silence” key is pressed.
Evacuation codes
Continuous
Temporal Code
20 BPM
60 BPM
120 BPM
On 100% of the time
3 of 0.5 second on, 0.5 second off then, 1.5 second pause
1.5 seconds on, 1.5 seconds off
0.5 second on, 0.5 second off
0.25 second on, 0.25 second off
Figure 21: Evacuation and Alert Codes
CONTINUOUS
1.5s
0.5s
0.5s
1.5s
1.5s
0.5s
0.25s
20 BPM
0.5s
0.25s
TEMPORAL CODE
60 BPM
120 BPM
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Configuration
Configuration
Configure the MR-2320 Series Panels using the CFG-300 LCD Tool (see further documentation packaged with
CFG-300 for configuration information).
Using the CFG-300 Tool
Connect the CFG-300 to the panel, then press M (Menu button). The CFG-300 LCD display will display the Main
Menu. The function of different buttons on the front panel display is shown in Figure 22, below.
Figure 22: MR-2320 Configuration
This label
removed from
this location
represents the
alternate
functions of the
corresponding
buttons in
service mode
X
AC ON
COMMON ALARM
COMMON SUPV
M
COMMON TROUBLE
BATTERY TROUBLE
REMOTE TROUBLE
?
IAC1
(ZONE 1)
0
QZ
IAC2
(ZONE 2)
1
IAC3
(ZONE 3)
2
ABC
GROUND FAULT
CPU FAIL
ABORT
RELEASED
SYSTEM
RESET
IAC4
(ZONE 4)
IAC5
(ZONE 5)
IAC6
(ZONE 1)
3
DEF
4
GHI
5
JKL
SIGNAL
SILENCE
*
AUXILIARY
DISCONNECT
NAC1
(ZONEV 1)
6
#
LAMP
TEST
NAC2
(ZONE 2)
PRS
BUZZER
SILENCE
RAC1
(ZONE 3)
TUV
PRE
RELEASE
RAC2
(ZONE 4)
WXY
(left shift)
(right shift)
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7
8
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Entering the Passcode
The programming section is passcode protected. The following screen shows the message that is displayed to
enter the passcode. The maximum allowable passcode is ten digits long, and permits numerical values only. Press
(Enter button) after entering the passcode. If the passcode is correct, it will take you to the main command
menu. If the passcode is wrong the system will ask you to re-enter passcode. The system will be exhausted after
three retries and will then take you back to the Normal message display.
Enter passcode:
_
Three leves of access are defined:
1) Command - Level 0:
The default password is for this level “1111” without quotes. In this level the user can only perform regular
testing and operation.
2) Configuration - Level 1:
The default password is for this level “2222” without quotes. User can change configuration and have
access to command level.
3) Factory - Level 2:
Currently not used.
When the user presses “MENU” and enters the passsword, they should enter the password of the level intended. If
the user is in a lower level of access, attempts to operate functions requiring a higher level of access will be refused.
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How to Use the Keypad to Program the MR-2320
1. Press M (Menu button). You will be prompted to enter your password.
2. Enter your password, then press
(Enter button) to continue.
3. Select a Command Menu option by pressing
. The corresponding submenu will display.
4. Use the up and down arrow buttons to scroll through the submenu.
5. Press
to select a submenu option.
6. Use the left or right arrow buttons to select/unselect an option (selected = “X”). Use the up and down arrows to
scroll through the different menu options. When entering numerical data, use the up and down arrows to
increase or decrease the number.
7. Once you have made the correct selection, press
to confirm the change. The display will return to the
submenu screen.
8. Press
(Cancel button) to return to the previous menu.
X
Command Menu
The main command menu is pictured below. The first line of the LCD will always show “-Command Menu-“, and the
second line scrolls through different selections. Use the “UP” and “DOWN” keys to scroll through the menu, and
press the
key to make a selection. To exit from the main command menu, select the “Exit” menu option and
then press either the
X
or
key.
Note: Command Menu Item 1 and 6 can only be accessed if jumper JW6 is placed on the main board.
-Command Menu1. Panel Config
2. Set Time
3. Set Password
4. View EventLog
5. Clear Event Log
6. Dialer Config
7. Test Dialer
8. Exit
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Configuration
Configuration
Configuration
Command
Command
Configuration
Command
Command
Mode 1 DACT
1 .0 . 1 6
Pressing “LAMP TEST” at any time will
show the information about the system and
the software version as shown below.
The first line shows the panel mode number,
pre-programmed mode and the information
if the panel has a dialer or not. The second
line shows the software version number. The
version of the software is read as
Major.Minor.Revision.
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1. Panel Config (Command-Menu)
The following is a detailed description of the MR-2320 configuration menu.
Note: Refer to How to Use the Keypad to Program the MR-2320 on page for detailed instructions on
making menu selections.
-Panel Config1. Choose a mode
2. Hazard Config
3. Panel Features
4. Default Config
Command Menu-->Panel Config-->Choose a mode
Command Menu-->Panel Config-->
Choose a mode
1. Choose a mode
Choose a mode:
1
1-->Default
Use this function to choose a
pre-programmed panel
configuration.
Selections range from modes 1
to 11. Refer to Pre-Programming
Modes on page for details on
mode configurations.
Note: changing the fixed
configuration of the panel will
cause all configuration data
set to default for that
particular mode.
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Command Menu-->Panel Config-->Hazard Config
-Hazard Param.1. Release timer
2. Abort Delay
3. Manual Rls Delay
4. Soak timer
Note: Refer to How to Use the Keypad to Program the MR-2320 on page for detailed instructions on
making menu selections.
Command Menu-->Panel Config-->
Hazard Config
60->Default
Available options:
0,5,10,15,20,25,30,35,40,
45,50,55,60 seconds
Use this function to set the
programmable timer that delays
the activation of the releasing
application circuits.
This timer starts immediately
after receiving a confirming
alarm (cross-zoned hazard
area) or a single alarm (noncross-zoned hazard area).
When the timer expires, the
releasing circuit activates.
Value: 0 to 60 seconds in fivesecond increments.
[X]
[ ]
[ ]
[ ]
Use this function to set how the
Abort Switch operates with the
Release Timer.
Note that if the Release Timer is
set to zero, the Abort Switch
does not operate.
In Standard UL mode, the
release timer will stop and hold
when the Abort Switch is
pressed. When the switch is
released, the Release Timer
restarts from whichever is
greater: the remaining time on
the timer or 10 seconds.
In IRI mode, the switch works in
the same way as it does in
Standard UL mode, except that
the switch will function only if it
is pressed and held before the
second alarm comes in.
In NYC mode, pressing the
Abort Switch will reset to the
Release Timer and add 90
seconds to the configured timer
duration. After the Abort Switch
is released, the Release Timer
will restart.
In Local Juris. (Local
Jurisdiction Delay), pressing the
Abort Switch will reset the
Release Timer back to its
configured value. After the
switch is released, the Release
Timer will restart.
1. Release Timer
Release timer(sec):
60
Command Menu-->Panel Config-->
Hazard Config
2. Abort Delay
Abort Delay Type:
[X] Standard UL
Standard UL->Default
IRI
NYC
Local Juris.
Command Menu-->Panel Config-->
Hazard Config
3. Man. Rls Delay
Man. Rls Delay(sec):
0
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0->Default
Available options:
0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30
seconds
Use this function to set the time
delay of activation of
corresponding releasing
circuit(s) after activation of the
manual release switch.
Value: 0 to 30 seconds in fivesecond increments.
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Command Menu-->Panel Config-->
Hazard Config
4. Soak timer
Soak timer(sec):
0
0->Default (continuous)
The selectable values are
in seconds: 0, 10, 20, 30,
40, 50, 60, 120(2min),
180(3min), 240(4min),
300(5min), 360(6min),
420(7min), 480(8min),
540(9min), 600(10min),
660(11min), 720(12min),
780(13min), 840(14min),
900(15min)
Use this function to set the
length of time for which the
releasing circuit is active. When
the soak timer expires, the
control panel automatically
shuts off the activated releasing
circuit.
0 seconds means that the soak
timer is disabled and the
releasing circuit is active
continuously.
Command Menu-->Panel Config-->Features
-Panel Features1. Man. Sig. Sil
2. Wtr/Sprk. Retd
3. Aux Dis Corr
4. Sig-Sil Inh Tm
5. Aux Dis Alm&Sv
6. Auto Sil. Tmr
7. Rem. Annun.
8. Alm. Xmit. Sil.
9. Pwr Fail Tmr.
10. Com. Supv. Rly
11. Sig. Sil. Isol.
12. 1st Alarm Code
13. 2nd Alarm Code
14. Supv. Latching
15. Supv on NAC-2
16. Sig-Sil NAC
Note: Refer to How to Use the Keypad to Program the MR-2320 on page for detailed instructions on
making menu selections.
Command Menu-->Panel Config-->Features
1. Manual Sig. Silence
Man. Sig. Sil.
[X] ENABLE ->Default
[ ] DISABLE
Use this function to enable or
disable the Signal Silence
operation on the panel.
[X] ENABLE
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Command Menu-->Panel Config-->Features
[ ] ENABLE
[X] DISABLE->Default
By default all the initiating
circuits configured as waterflow
or sprinkler act as non-verified
alarms. If enabled, a retard
operation is performed for
initiating circuits configured as
waterflow or sprinkler.
[X] ENABLE ->Default
[ ] DISABLE
By default this function will
disconnect the auxiliary alarm
relay when the aux disconnect
button is pressed. If enabled,
this function will disconnect the
auxiliary alarm relay and all
correlated relays when the aux
disconnect button is pressed.
Correlated relays include:
MR-2306-R6 and MR-2312S12.
[X]
[ ]
[ ]
[ ]
[ ]
DISABLE->Default
10sec
20sec
30sec
1min
Use this function to inhibit the
signal silence switch for a
desired length of time. The time
period should expire before the
signals may be silenced.
According to the Canadian
National Building Code, this
timer should be set to one
minute.
[ ] ENABLE
[X] DISABLE->Default
If enabled the Common Alarm
and Common Supervisory
relays will be disconnected
when Aux. Disconnect is
pressed. Also, the MR-2300-PR
will not transmit a supervisory or
alarm event.If disabled, the Aux
disconnect switch has no effect
on the Common Alarm relay, the
Common Supervisory relay, and
the MR-2300-PR.
[X]
[ ]
[ ]
[ ]
[ ]
DISABLE->Default
5 Min
10 Min
20 Min
30 Min
Use this function to set the time
period for which the indicating
circuits will sound before they
are automatically silenced.
According to the Canadian
National Building Code, this
timer should not be set to less
than 20 minutes.
[X]
[ ]
[ ]
...
[ ]
NONE->Default
1
2
2. Wtr/Sprk. Retd
Waterflow/Sprk Retd
[X] DISABLE
Command Menu-->Panel Config-->Features
3. Aux Dis Corr
Aux Dis. Dis Corr
[X] ENABLE
Command Menu-->Panel Config-->Features
4. Sig-Sil Inh Tmr
Sig-Sil. Inhibit Timer
[X] DISABLE
Command Menu-->Panel Config-->Features
5. Aux. Dis. Dis Alam&Sv
Aux Dis. Dis Alm&Sv
[X] DISABLE
Command Menu-->Panel Config-->Features
6. Auto Sig-Sil. Tmr
Auto Sig-Sil. Tmr
[X] DISABLE
Command Menu-->Panel Config-->Features
7. Rem. Annun.
No. of Remote Annun.
[X] NONE
6
Use this function to program the
number of remote annunciators.
Any combination of remote
annunciators or smart relays
can be used as long as the
number does not exceed 6. The
annunciators’ addresses should
be linear: without gaps and in
sequence.
Command Menu-->Panel Config-->Features
8. Alarm Xmit-Sil.
Alm Xmit-Sil.
[X] DISABLE
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[ ] ENABLE
[X] DISABLE->Default
Use this function to allow the
alarm transmit and auxiliary
alarm relay to reset on the
Signal Silence rather than the
Reset switch.
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Command Menu-->Panel Config-->Features
9. Pwr Fail Tmr
AC Pwr Fail Dly Tmr.
[X] None
[X] NONE->Default
[ ] 1 HRS
[ ] 3 HRS
Use this function to delay the
reporting of AC power fail
trouble for a specific time
period. If disabled, the AC
power fail will be reported
immediately.
[X] ENABLE->Default
[ ] DISABLE
If disabled, the common
supervisory relay can be used
as a common alarm relay. It will
act the same way as a common
alarm relay. If enabled, it is used
as a common supervisory relay.
[ ] ENABLE
[X] DISABLE->Default
Enable this function only when
suite isolators are used (Canada
only).
[X] Temporal ->Default
[ ] 20 BPM
Sets the NAC indicating code
when the 1st alarm comes in.
[X] 120 BPM->Default
[ ] 60 BPM
[ ] Temporal
Choose the NAC indicating code
when the 2nd alarm comes in.
Command Menu-->Panel Config-->Features
10. Com. Supv. Rly
Common Supv. Relay
[X] ENABLE
Command Menu-->Panel Config-->Features
11. Sig-Sil. Isol.
Sig-Sil. Isol.
[X] DISABLE
Command Menu-->Panel Config-->Features
12.1st Alarm NAC Code
1st Alarm NAC Code
[X] Temporal
Command Menu-->Panel Config-->Features
13. 2nd Alarm NAC Code
2nd Alarm NAC Code
[X] 120 BPM
Command Menu-->Panel Config-->Features
14.Supv. Latching
Supervisory Latching
[ ] Latching
[X] Non-latching->Default
[X] Non-latching
Use this function to set the
supervisory circuit as either
latching or non-latching.
NOTE: For ULC operation the
supervisory should be
programmed as latching
Command Menu-->Panel Config-->Features
15. Supv on NAC-2
Supv. Alert on NAC-2
[ ] ENABLE
[X] DISABLE->Default
[X] DISABLE
Use this function to enable/
disable the supervisory circuit
indication on NAC-2.
Command Menu-->Panel Config-->Features
16. Sig-Sil NAC
Silenceable NAC
[X] NAC-1
[X] NAC-1->Default
[X] NAC-2->Default
Use this function to set which
NAC circuits are silenceable or
non-silenceable.
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17. Active EOL
Active EOL
[X] DISABLE->Default
[ ] ENABLE
[X] DISABLE
Enable this function if using an
Active EOL. If MR-2300-A is
used, this function should be
enabled since the Class A
Converter has built in Active
EOL resistors.
Note: Refer to How to Use the Keypad to Program the MR-2320 on page 34 for detailed instructions on
making menu selections.
Command Menu-->Panel Config-->Default Config
Command Menu-->Panel Config-->
Default Config
4. Default Config
Load the default
Settings? Y
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Y-->Default
Use this function to reset the
panel to the default
configuration of the chosen
programming mode.
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2. Set Time (Command-Menu)
Note: Refer to How to Use the Keypad to Program the MR-2320 on page for detailed instructions on
making menu selections.
1. Daylight Save
2. Time Clock
3. Compensation
Command Menu/Set time Date
1. Daylight saving time
Daylight Saving
[X] DISABLE ->Default
[ ] ENABLE
Use this function to enable
daylight savings time.
Default
00:00 MON 2000-01-01
Use this function to set the time
and date. Use the “LEFT” and
“RIGHT” keys to move the
cursor to the desired location in
the display and use the “UP”
and “DOWN” keys to increase
or decrease the values. Press
the “ENTER” key to accept the
changes and the “CANCEL”
key to ignore the changes.
[X] DISABLE
Command Menu/Time Clock
2. Set time and date
HH:MM WKD YYYY-MM-DD
00:00 MON 2000-01-01
Note: time is in 24hr format
Command Menu/Time Clock
2. Compensation
HH:MM WKD YYYY-MM-DD
00:00 MON 2000-01-01
When value is entered the following message
will appear
Daily Compen. (Sec):
Panel Config Updated
Default: 0 seconds
(no compensation)
Compensation values
can range from -15 to
+15 seconds.
Use the up down arrow keys to
select
daily
compensation
value and press ENTER. For a
fast clock adjust negatively. For
a slow clock adjust positively.
For example: for a clock which
runs 5 minutes a month (based
on 30 days) fast select -10
seconds.
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3. Set password (Command-Menu)
Note: Refer to How to Use the Keypad to Program the MR-2320 on page for detailed instructions on
making menu selections.
First choose the level of password to
be changed
Select Access Level
0
Then
Enter new passcode:
Re-enter new passcode:
0 -> Default
If the passcode does not match, the
following message appears and the
system exit to the main menu
Use this function to change the
pass-code. The minimum
number of digits is 4 and the
maximum is 10. Only numeric
digits are allowed.
invalid passcode
If the passcode is OK the following
message appears and exits to the main
menu
passcode updated
The user can change the password only for the current access level as well as any lower levels.
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4. View Event Log (Command-Menu)
The event log looks the same as the normal event queue. Pressing the “INFO” key has the same effect that it does
in the event queue. The illustration below provides an example of how the “INFO” key works and shows the CFG300 LCD Configuration tool display.
ZONE
Message
Zone-1
OPEN TRB
Process
Type
01/09
EVENT
type
EVENT
01 of 09
"INFO" Key
Physical
Zone No.
NVERIF ALARM
Z-01
11:45 THU 2005-3-31
DATE
TIME
There are a maximum of 200 recent events saved in the event log. If the number of events goes beyond 200, the
oldest event is overwritten by the most recent one.
5. Clear Event Log (Command-Menu)
Note: Refer to How to Use the Keypad to Program the MR-2320 on page 34 for detailed instructions on
making menu selections.
-Select Log1. Alarm Log
2. General Log
3. All Logs
Select the type of log to clear. Press the
“ENTER” key. The system will then
confirm before clearing logs.
Use this function to clear alarm logs, event logs, or both.
Clear all the
Selected log(s)? Y
Press the “ENTER” key to confirm or the
“CANCEL” key to cancel the operation.
Log(s) cleared
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6. Dialer Config (Command-Menu)
Note: Refer to How to Use the Keypad to Program the MR-2320 on page 34 for detailed instructions on
making menu selections.
The following illustration shows the dialer configuration menu. This menu will show up only if there is a built-in dialer
on the main board. Each item in this menu is described below in detail.
-Dialer Config1. Account Info
2. Telephone line
3. Report Options
4. Time Parameter
5. Enable/Disable
Command Menu-->Dialer Config
Account Info
-Account Info1. Account#1 ID
2. Account#1 Tel
3. Accnt#1 Format
4. Account#2 ID
5. Account#2 Tel
6. Accnt#2 Format
Command Menu/Dialer Config/Account Info
Use this function to set the
Account ID for the monitoring
station to which the dialer
reports events. The maximum #
of digits allowed is six. For
contact ID, only the first four
digits are used; the last two are
truncated.
1.Account# 1 Identification
Account#1 ID
123456
123456->Default
If you are using contact ID the
allowed digits for the account
ID are simple digits 0 to 9 and
hexadecimal digits A to F (the
SIA protocol only allows digits 0
to 9).
To enter hexadecimal digits,
press the INFO button. The
letter “A” will appear. To scroll
through the rest of the letters,
press INFO repeatedly. Press #
to move the cursor to the right
or press * to move it to the left.
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Command Menu/Dialer Config/Account Info
2.Account#1 Telephone Number
Account#1 Telnum:
101
[101]->Default
Use this function to set the
telephone number of the
monitoring station. The
maximum # of digits allowed is
19 including “,” and numerals.
The “,” will be treated as 1 sec
delay. To enter “,” press the
INFO button. Press # to move
the cursor to the right or press *
to move it to the left. An
example of a typical telephone
# is 9,,12345678.
Command Menu/Dialer Config/Account Info
3.Account#1 Reporting Format
[X] CONTACT ID-Default
ACCOUNT#1 Format:
[ ] SIA 300 Baud
[X] CONTACT ID
[ ] SIA 110 Baud
Set the reporting format that is
recognized or preferred by the
monitoring station.
654321->Default
Same as Account#1.
Command Menu/Dialer Config/Account Info
4. Account# 2 Identification
ACCOUNT#2 ID:
654321
Command Menu/Dialer Config/Account Info
5.Account# 2 Telephone Number
ACCOUNT#2 Telnum:
[ 101 ]->Default
Same as Account#1.
101
Command Menu/Dialer Config/Account Info
6.Account# 2 Reporting Format
ACCOUNT#2 Format:
[X] CONTACT ID
[X] Contact ID-Default
[ ] SIA 300 Baud
Same as Account#1.
[ ] SIA 110 Baud
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Command Menu-->Dialer Config
Note: Refer to How to Use the Keypad to Program the MR-2320 on page 34 for detailed instructions on
making menu selections.
Telephone Line
-Telephone Line1. Line1 Dialtype
2. Line2 Dialtype
3. Line1 Dialtone
4. Line2 Dialtone
5. Num of Retries
Command Menu/Dialer-Config/Telephone
Line
1. Line#1 Dialing Type
Line#1 Dialing Type:
[X] DTMF Dial->Default
[ ] Pulse Dial
[X] DTMF Dial
Set the dialing type for line #1;
this is the type recognized or
preferred by the telephone
company.
Command Menu/Dialer-Config/Telephone
Line
2. Line#2 Dialing Type
[X] DTMF Dial->Default
Line#2 Dialing Type:
[X] DTMF Dial
[ ] Pulse Dial
Command Menu/Dialer-Config/Telephone
Line
3. Line#1 wait for Dial tone
Line#1 Wait Dialtone
[X] ENABLE ->Default
[ ] DISABLE
[X] ENABLE
Same as Line#1.
Use this function to let the
system know whether or not to
wait for a dial tone before
dialing. Cell phone setup for the
dialer requires that the system
not wait for dial tone before
dialing.
Command Menu/Dialer-Config/Telephone
Line
4.Line#2 wait for Dial tone
Line#2 Wait Dialtone
[X] ENABLE
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[X] ENABLE ->Default
[ ] DISABLE
Same as Line#1.
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Command Menu/Dialer-Config/Telephone
Line
5.Number of retries
Number of Retries:
06
06 ->Default
Number of retries
ranges between 5 to 10
Set the number of retries for
both line#1 and line#2. This
function lets the dialer retry on
either line if it is busy or not
available. If the retry count
expires, the panel reports a line
trouble.
Command Menu-->Dialer-Config
Note: Refer to How to Use the Keypad to Program the MR-2320 on page 34 for detailed instructions on
making menu selections.
Report Options
-Report Options1. Alarm Prio.
2. Trouble Prio.
3. Supv. Prio
4. Aux Dis Report
Command Menu/Dialer-Config/Report
Options
1. Alarm Report priority
[ ] Account 2
Use this function to set the
account priority for reporting
alarms. If the priority is set for
account#1 then the dialer will
try account#1 first for reporting.
[X] Account 1->Default
Use this function to set the
account priority for reporting
trouble. If the priority is set for
account#1 then the dialer will
try account#1 first for reporting.
[X] Account 1->Default
Alarm Report Prio:
[X] Account 1
Command Menu/Dialer-Config/Report
Options
2.Trouble priority
Trouble Report Prio:
[ ] Account 2
[X] Account 1
Command Menu/Dialer-Config/Report
Options
3. Supervisory priority
SUPV Report Prio:
[X] Account 1
[X] Account 1->Default
[ ] Account 2
Use this function to set the
account priority for reporting
supervisory troubles. If the
priority is set for account#1
then the dialer will try
account#1 first for reporting.
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Command Menu/Dialer-Config/Report
Options
4. Aux Disc Alm/Supv Rpt.
AuxDis Alm/Supv Rpt.
[X] DISABLE
[ ] ENABLE
[X] DISABLE ->Default
If this function is enabled, the
Aux Disconnect feature
(obtained by pressing the Aux
Disconnect button) will block
the alarm and supervisory
events from being reported
through the built-in dialer.
Command Menu-->Dialer-Config
Note: Refer to How to Use the Keypad to Program the MR-2320 on page 34 for detailed instructions on
making menu selections.
Time Parameters
-Time Parameter1. AC-Loss Delay
2. Cellphone Date
3. Auto-Test Time
Command Menu/Dialer-Config/Time
Parameter
1. AC Loss delay
AC-Loss Delay(Hrs)
0
0 ->Default
The AC loss delay
ranges from 0 to 20
hours
Command Menu/Dialer-Config/Time
Parameter
2. Cellular report date
Cellular Report Date
0
0 ->Default
The cellular report
date ranges from 0 to
28
Command Menu/Dialer-Config/Time
Parameter
3. Auto test time
Auto-Test (HH:MM):
00:30
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00:30 ->Default
Use this function to delay the
reporting of AC loss trouble on
the dialer for the programmed
time period. Press UP or
DOWN button to increase or
decrease the number of hours.
Use this function to set the test
report date for the cell phone
setup. If the date is set to 0,
this means there is no test
reporting for cell phone or the
phone line is a regular line.
Other settings could be
anywhere from 01-28,
representing which day of the
month the test should be
performed. Press the UP or
DOWN buttons to scroll
through the days.
Use this function to set the
time for auto test. This test has
to be performed once a day to
send the test report to the
monitoring station. The time is
in 24hr format, which means
00:30 is 30 minutes after midnight. Press the UP or DOWN
buttons to increase or
decrease the time.
Please do not use the
following test times: 00:00,
01:55, 02:00 and 03:00.
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Command Menu-->Dialer-Config
Note: Refer to How to Use the Keypad to Program the MR-2320 on page 34 for detailed instructions on
making menu selections.
Dialer Enable/Disable
Dialer Ena/Dis
[X] ENABLE
[X] ENABLE ->Default
[ ] DISABLE
------WARNING----Dialer Disabled!!!
The dialer is enabled by
default. When the dialer is
enabled or disabled, a warning
message appears.
Warning: The dialer cannot
report any event to the
monitoring station if it is
disabled.
7. Test Dialer (Command-Menu)
-Dialer Test1. L#1 Manual test
2. L#2 Manual test
3. Reset Dialer
L#1 Manual test
Press Enter to test Line #1. Press
Cancel to exit this menu. For a
description of test messages, see Dialer
Test Messages on the following page.
L#2 Manual test
Press Enter to test Line #2. Press
Cancel to exit this menu. For a
description of test messages, see Dialer
Test Messages on the following page.
3. Reset Dialer
This feature flushes all reportable events
from the buffer. Press Enter to reset the
dialer. Press Cancel to exit this menu.
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Dialer Test Messages
The following messages will display during the test processes of Lines #1 and #2. The messages that will appear
depend on the status of the dialer and the test results that are found.
Dialer idle now
No DC Volt
Waiting for Dialtone
Failed: No Dialtone
Dialing Receiver Now
No DTMF tone
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The dialer is checking the line for voltage. This
message automatically displays when Manual
Test is selected.
No DC line voltage. The line is dead or no phone
line is connected.
The dialer is waiting for a dial tone.
This message may indicate a noisy telephone
line.
The dial tone was received and telephone number
dialing is in process.
This message indicates that the dialer failed to
send a DTMF tone.
Waiting for Acktone
Waiting for availability of the receiver. The
receiver confirms the availability by sending an
ack tone.
Failed no Acktone
This message indicates that either the telephone
number may be wrong or the receiver is not
available.
Reporting Event Now
When sending events to the receiver, the display
will toggle between this message and “Waiting for
Kissoff “ for all events sent.
Waiting for Kissoff
The dialer is waiting for the kissoff tone. The
kissoff tone indicates that the receiver has
received the event reports.
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No Kissoff
Passed: Manual Test
No Kissoff means receiver has not received any
event reports.
The line passed the test; everything is OK.
8. Exit (Command-Menu)
Pressing, “ENTER” after selecting “Exit“ from the menu will return the panel to normal LCD operation.
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Operating the Panel
Operating the Panel
Panel Operation During Various Hazard States
The escalating hazard zone states include Idle, Alert, Alarm and Release. They are defined based on the status of
Hazard Area input zone(s), correlated Abort Switch and Manual Release Switch.
Hazard Idle
• No correlated alarm zone active.
• Release Timer is not started.
• Manual Release Delay Timer is not started.
• Abort Switch is off.
• Manual Release Switch is off.
• Corresponding NAC circuit is off.
• Releasing circuit(s) is off.
Hazard Alert (or equivalently first Alarm in Cross-zoned Application)
• The panel enters the Hazard Alert state when
• a single alarm comes in for a cross-zoned hazard. For non cross-zoned hazard area, a single alarm will put
hazard into Hazard Alarm state directly.
• the Abort Switch becomes active during Hazard Alarm state, so that the hazard area state downgrades from
Hazard Alarm to Hazard Alert.
• Release Timer is not started.
• Manual Release Delay Timer is not started.
• Correlated NAC circuit(s) turns on at alert rate.
Hazard Alarm (pre-discharge, or equivalently second Alarm in Cross-zoned Application)
• The panel enters the Hazard Alarm state when
• it detects the confirming alarm for hazard area (single alarm active for the non cross-zoned system, or 2nd
alarm active in the cross-zoned system), or
• Manual Release Switch is active.
• Release Timer (RT) is started when the panel enters Hazard Alarm state after by detecting the 2nd alarm in
cross-zoned hazard or 1st alarm in non cross-zoned hazard.
• Manual Release Delay Timer is started when the panel enters Hazard Alarm state by detecting the correlated
Manual Release Switch active.
• Releasing circuit(s) will be activated after the Release Timer or Manual Release Timer expires.
• Corresponding NAC(s) turns on at alarm rate.
• During Hazard Alarm State, when the release timer is running and the Abort Switch turns on, the hazard area
state will change from Hazard Alarm to Hazard Alert. Release Timer is held and the corresponding NAC sounds
the Alert rate. If the Abort Switch is released, the hazard state will go back to Hazard Alarm and the Release
Timer resumes running. The value of release timer depends on Abort Delay Type. The corresponding NAC
sounds Alarm rate again.
Hazard Release
• Panel enters Hazard Release when the Release Timer or Manual Release Timer expires. The correlated
releasing circuit is activated.
• NAC code for Hazard Release state is steady.
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General Panel Operation
• Activation of Manual Release Switch starts the Manual Release Delay Timer. The expiration of Manual-release
Delay Timer (MDT) activates the releasing circuits consequently. Manual Release Switch overrides the Abort
Switch always and Manual-release Timer (MDT) always overrides Release Timer (RT).
• When the manual release switch is active and the panel is in the Hazard Alarm (pre-discharge) state, Abort
Switch cannot override the Manual Release Switch. Only the System Reset key can interrupt and reset the
panel and hazard area.
• System Reset will reset all circuits, including releasing circuits.
• The supervisory circuit can be optionally indicated on NAC-2 circuit. The NAC code of supervisory circuit should
be different from those of Hazard Alert or Hazard Alarm. By default, when the NAC code for Hazard Alert is
Temporal, the NAC code for supervisory circuit is 20 BPM or verse visa. This configuration change is
automatically done by the panel. If NAC code for alert is chosen other than 20 BPM and Temporal, Supervisory
NAC code will remain unchanged during the configuration.
• In some pre-programmed modes, the Alert Rate and the Alarm Rate are configured the same. So the action of
Abort Switch does not change the NAC rate.
• AB/MR is the combination of Manual Release Switch and Abort Switch in the Agent Release panel. Short
condition means Manual Release active. Current Limit means Abort Switch active.
• To avoid the conflict of different NAC code on the same circuit, the priority of signals are defined as, Water-flow
alarm has the highest priority, then hazard cadence. The supervisory signal has the lowest priority.
• Soak Timer sets the time period how long the releasing circuits should be active. Upon the expiration of soak
timer, the releasing circuits will be shut off. Setting of 0 second means the releasing circuits will be turned on
without timer running. They will be shut off upon system reset.
• Abort function is not applicable in pre-action and deluge application.
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Pre-Programmed Modes
Mode 1: Agent Release, Single Hazard, Cross-zoned, Combined Release
Detection Zones
Phantom Zones
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
Z5
Z6
Zp1
Zp2
Alm
Alm
WF
Sup
AB
MR
Z1+Z2
Z3+Z4
X
X
X
Release Timers
Out1
Signal
Steady
Out2
Signal
Escalating
Out3
Rel.
Releasing
X
X
Out4
Rel.
Releasing
X
X
X
X
(X)
X
RLS TMR 1 Started
X
X
RLS Tmr 1 Interrupted
X
RLS Tmr 1 Cancelled
X
RLS Tmr 2 Started
RLS Tmr 2 Interrupted
RLS Tmr 2 Cancelled
Zone Configuration
• Detection Zone -1: Alarm (Hazard Area1, Cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -2: Alarm (Hazard Area1, Cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -3: Alarm (Pressure Switch or Water-flow)
• Detection Zone -4: Supervisory (Non-latching by default)
• Detection Zone -5: Abort Switch
• Detection Zone -6: Manual Release Switch
• NAC-1: Signal, will be on steady if there is any alarm zone or manual release switch active.
• NAC-2: Signal, indicates the cadence of hazard area 1 state or supervisory circuit (optional).
• RAC-1: Releasing Circuit (Hazard Area 1)
• RAC-2: Releasing Circuit (Hazard Area 1)
Hazard Configuration
• Default Release Timer Value:
60 seconds
• Default Manual Release Delay: 0 seconds.
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RT1
Exp
• Default Abort Delay Type:
Standard UL.
• Default Soak Timer Value:
0 seconds
RT2
Exp
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NAC Configuration
• Default Escalating NAC code of Hazard Area State:
• Hazard Idle: Off
• Hazard Alert: Temporal
• Hazard Alarm: 120 BPM
• Hazard Release: Steady
• Default NAC code of Supervisory is 20 BPM.
How the Panel Works in Mode 1
•
• Activation of either Z-1or Z-2 turns NAC-1 on steady. Hazard Area 1 state changes from Idle into Alert. NAC-2
turns on at Temporal.
• Activations of both Z-1 and Z-2 change the Hazard Area1 state from Alert into Alarm. NAC-1 turns on steady.
NAC-2 turns on at 120BPM. Release timer-1 (RT-1) is started.
• Expiration of Release Timer-1 change Hazard Area 1 state to Release. Both RAC-1 and RAC-2 turn on. NAC-2
sounds steady.
• Activation of Z-6 in any situation changes Hazard Area 1 state into Alarm. NAC-1 turns on steady, NAC-2 turns
on at 120BPM. The manual release delay timer 1 (MDT-1) is started. Upon the expiration of MDT-1, Hazard
Area 1 state changes to Release. RAC-1 and RAC-2 are activated. NAC-1 and NAC-2 turns on steady.
• When Hazard Area 1 state is in Alarm, if Z-5 is pressed, Release Timer-1 is held and NAC-2 rate changes from
120BPM to Temporal. After releasing of Z-5, Release Timer-1 resumes running and NAC-2 goes back to
120BPM. Release Timer -1 value depends on Abort Delay Type.
• Activation of Z-3 turns both NAC-1 and NAC-2 on steady.
• Activation of Z-4 can be indicated on NAC-2 at 20BPM, if enabled.
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Mode 2: Agent Release, Single Hazard, Not Cross-zoned, Combined Release
Detection Zones
Phantom Zones
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
Z5
Z6
Zp1
Zp2
Alm
Alm
WF
Sup
AB
MR
Z1+Z2
Z3+Z4
X
X
X
Release Timers
Out1
Signal
Steady
Out2
Signal
Escalating
Out3
Rel.
Releasing
X
X
Out4
Rel.
Releasing
X
X
RLS TMR 1 Started
X
X
X
(X)
X
X
RLS Tmr 1 Interrupted
X
RLS Tmr 1 Cancelled
X
RLS Tmr 2 Started
RLS Tmr 2 Interrupted
RLS Tmr 2 Cancelled
Zone Configuration
• Detection Zone -1: Alarm (Hazard Area 1, not cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -2: Alarm (Hazard Area 1, not cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -3: Alarm (Water-flow or pressure switch)
• Detection Zone -4: Supervisory (default non-latching)
• Detection Zone -5: Abort Switch
• Detection Zone -6: Manual Release
• NAC-1: Signal, will be on steady if there is any alarm zone or manual release switch active.
• NAC-2: Signal, indicates the cadence of hazard area 1 state or supervisory circuit (optional).
• RAC-1: Releasing Circuit (Hazard Area 1)
• RAC-2: Releasing Circuit (Hazard Area 1)
Hazard Configuration
• Default Release Timer Value:
60 seconds
• Default Manual Release Delay: 0 seconds.
• Default Abort Delay Type:
Standard UL.
• Default Soak Timer Value:
0 seconds
NAC Configuration
• Default Escalating NAC code of Hazard Area State:
• Hazard Idle: Off
• Hazard Alert: Temporal
• Hazard Alarm: Temporal
• Hazard Release: Steady
• Default NAC code of Supervisory Signal is 20 BPM.
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RT1
Exp
RT2
Exp
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How the Panel Works in Mode 2
• Activation of either Z-1 or Z-2 turns NAC-1 on steady.
• Activation of either Z-1 or Z-2 changes the Hazard Area 1 state from Idle into Alarm directly. NAC-1 turns on
steady. NAC-2 turns on Temporal. Release Timer-1 is started.
• Expiration of Release Timer-1 activates both RAC-1 and RAC-2. NAC-1 and NAC-2 turn on steady.
• Activation of Z-6 starts Manual-release Timer 1 (MDT-1) in any situation. NAC-1 turns on steady. NAC-2 turns
on Temporal. Upon the expiration of MDT-1, RAC-1 and RAC-2 turn on.
• During Hazard Alarm state, if Z-5 is pressed, Release Timer-1 is held. After releasing of Z-5, Release Timer-1
resumes running and Release Timer value depends on Abort Delay Type.
• Activation of Z-3 turns both NAC-1 and NAC-2 on steady.
• Activation of Z-4 can be indicated on NAC-2 at 20BPM, if enabled.
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Mode 3: Agent Release, Dual Hazard, Cross-zoned, Split Release
Detection Zones
Out1
Signal
Steady
Out2
Signal
Escalating
Out3
Rel.
Releasing
Out4
Rel.
Releasing
Phantom Zones
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
Z5
Z6
Zp1
Zp2
Alm
Alm
Alm
Alm
AB/MR
AB/MR
Z1+Z2
Z3+Z4
X
X
X
RLS TMR 1 Started
X
RLS Tmr 2 Started
X
RLS Tmr 2 Interrupted
X
RLS Tmr 2 Cancelled
X
Zone Configuration
• Detection Zone -1: Alarm (Hazard Area 1, Cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -2: Alarm (Hazard Area 1, Cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -3: Alarm (Hazard Area 2, Cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -4: Alarm (Hazard Area 2, Cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -5: Abort/Manual Release Combination (Hazard Area 1)
• Detection Zone -6: Abort/Manual Release Combination (Hazard Area 2)
• NAC -1: Escalating Signal, indicates Hazard Area 1 state
• NAC -2: Escalating Signal, indicates Hazard Area 2 state
• RAC -1: Releasing Circuit (Hazard Area 1)
• RAC -2: Releasing Circuit (Hazard Area 2)
Hazard Configuration
• Default Release Timer Value:
60 seconds
• Default Manual Release Delay: 0 seconds.
• Default Abort Delay Type:
Standard UL.
• Default Soak Timer Value:
0 seconds
NAC Configuration
Default Escalating NAC code of Hazard Area State:
• Hazard Idle: Off
• Hazard Alert: Temporal
• Hazard Alarm: 120 BPM
• Hazard Release: Steady
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X
X
RLS Tmr 1 Cancelled
RT2
Exp
X
X
X
RT1
Exp
X
X
RLS Tmr 1 Interrupted
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How the Panel Works in Mode 3
• Activation of either Z-1 or Z-2 changes Hazard Area1 state from Idle into Alert. NAC-1 turns on at Temporal.
• Activations of both Z-1 and Z-2 change Hazard Area1 state from Alert into Alarm. NAC-1 turns on at 120BPM.
Release timer-1 is started.
• Upon the expiration of Release Timer-1, RAC-1 is activated. NAC-1 turns on steady.
• Short on Z-5 indicates Manual Release Switch active. Manual Release Delay Timer 1 (MDT-1) is started. NAC1 turns on at 120 BPM while this timer is running. Upon the expiration of MDT-1, NAC-1 turns on steady and
RAC-1 is activated.
• A current limit on Z-5 means Abort Switch active. Hazard Area 1 state changes from Alarm to Alert. Release
Timer is held and NAC-1 changes from 120BPM to Temporal.
• Removal of the current limit on Z-5 means that Abort Switch is released. Hazard Area 1 state changes from
Alert to Alarm. Release Timer -1 resumes running and NAC-1 goes back to 120BPM. Release Timer-1 value
depends on Abort Delay Type.
• Activation of either Z-3 or Z-4 changes Hazard Area 2 state from Idle into Alert. NAC-2 turns on at Temporal.
• Activations of both Z-3 and Z-4 turn the Hazard Area 2 state from Alert into Alarm. NAC-2 turns on at 120BPM.
Release timer-2 is started.
• Upon the expiration of Release Timer-2, RAC-2 is activated. NAC-2 turns on steady.
• Short on Z-6 indicates Manual Release Switch active. Manual Release Delay Timer - 2(MDT-2) is started. NAC2 turns on at 120 BPM while this timer is running. Upon the expiration of MDT-2, NAC-2 turns on steady and
RAC-2 is activated
• A current limit on Z-6 means Abort Switch active. Hazard Area 1 state changes from Alarm to Alert. Release
Timer -2 is held and NAC-2 changes from 120BPM to Temporal.
• Removal of the current limit on Z-6 means Abort Switch is released. Hazard Area 1 state changes from Alert to
Alarm. Release Timer -2 resumes running and NAC-2 goes back to 120BPM. Release Timer-2 value depends
on Abort Delay Type.
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Pre-Programmed Modes
Mode 4: Agent Release, Dual Hazard, Not Cross-zoned, Split Release
Detection Zones
Out1
Signal
Steady
Out2
Signal
Escalating
Out3
Rel.
Releasing
Out4
Rel.
Releasing
Phantom Zones
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
Z5
Z6
Zp1
Zp2
Alm
Alm
Alm
Alm
AB/MR
AB/MR
Z1+Z2
Z3+Z4
X
X
RLS TMR 1 Started
Release Timers
RT1
Exp
RT2
Exp
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
RLS Tmr 1 Interrupted
X
RLS Tmr 1 Cancelled
X
RLS Tmr 2 Started
X
X
RLS Tmr 2 Interrupted
X
RLS Tmr 2 Cancelled
X
Zone Configuration
• Detection Zone -1: Alarm (Hazard Area 1, not cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -2: Alarm (Hazard Area 1, not cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -3: Alarm (Hazard Area 2, not cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -4: Alarm (Hazard Area 2, not cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -5: Abort/Manual Release Combination (hazard 1)
• Detection Zone -6: Abort/Manual Release Combination (hazard 2)
• NAC -1: Escalating Signal, indicates Hazard Area 1 state
• NAC -2: Escalating Signal, indicates Hazard Area 2 state
• RAC -1: Releasing Circuit (Hazard Area 1)
• RAC -2: Releasing Circuit (Hazard Area 2)
Hazard Configuration
• Default Release Timer Value:
60 seconds
• Default Manual Release Delay: 0 seconds.
• Default Abort Delay Type:
Standard UL.
• Default Soak Timer Value:
0 seconds
NAC Configuration
Default Escalating NAC code of Hazard Area State:
• Hazard Idle: Off
• Hazard Alarm: Temporal
• Hazard Release: Steady
How the Panel Works in Mode 4
• Activation of either Z-1 or Z-2 changes Hazard Area1 state from Idle to Alarm. NAC-1 turns on at Temporal.
Release Timer-1 is started.
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• Upon expiration of Release Timer-1. RAC-1 is activated. NAC-1 turns on Steady.
• A current limit on Z-5 means Abort Switch active. Release Timer-1 is held. NAC-1 turns on at Temporal.
Removal of the current limit on Z-5 means that Abort Switch is released. Release Timer -1 resumes. Release
Timer value depends on Abort Delay Type.
• Short on Z-5 indicates Manual Release active. Manual Release Delay Timer - 1 (MDT-1) is started. NAC-1 turns
on at Temporal. Upon the expiration of MDT-1, NAC-1 turns on steady and RAC-1 is activated.
• Activation of either Z-3 or Z-4 turns the Hazard Area 2 state from Idle into Alarm. NAC-2 turns on at Temporal.
Release timer-2 is started.
• Upon expiration of Release Timer-2, RAC-2 is activated. NAC-2 turns on steady.
• A current limit on Z-6 means Abort Switch active. Release Timer -2 is held. Removal of the current limit on Z-6,
means releasing Abort Switch. Release Timer -2 resumes running. Release Timer 2 value depends on Abort
Delay Type.
• Short on Z-6 indicates Manual Release active and Manual Release Delay Timer - 2(MDT-2) is started. NAC-2
turns on at Temporal. Upon the expiration of MDT-2, NAC-2 turns on steady and RAC-2 is activated.
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Pre-Programmed Modes
Mode 5: Pre-action/Deluge, Single Hazard, Cross-zoned, Combined Release
Detection Zones
Phantom Zones
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
Z5
Z6
Zp1
Alm
Alm
Alm
Alm
Supv
WF
Z1+Z2+Z3+Z4
X
X
X
X
RT1 Exp
Out1
Signal
Steady
Out2
Signal
Escalating
Out3
Rel.
Releasing
X
Out4
Rel.
Releasing
X
X
(X)
X
RLS TMR 1 Started
X
RLS Tmr 1 Interrupted
RLS Tmr 1 Cancelled
Zone Configuration
• Detection Zone -1: Alarm (Hazard Area 1, cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -2: Alarm (Hazard Area 1, cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -3: Alarm (Hazard Area 1, cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -4: Alarm (Hazard Area 1, cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -5: Supervisory
• Detection Zone -6: Water-flow Alarm.
• NAC -1: Signal, will be activated if there is any alarm zone active.
• NAC -2: Escalating Signal, indicates Hazard Area 1 status, Supervisory Optional.
• RAC -1: Releasing Circuit (Hazard Area 1)
• RAC -2: Releasing Circuit (Hazard Area 1)
Hazard Configuration
• Default Release Timer Value:
• Default Manual Release Delay:
• Default Abort Delay Type:
• Default Soak Timer Value:
0 seconds
0 seconds (not used)
Standard UL (not used)
0 seconds (continuous)
NAC Configuration
• Default Escalating NAC code of Hazard Area State:
• Hazard Idle: Off
• Hazard Alert: Temporal
• Hazard Alarm: 120 BPM
• Hazard Release: Steady
• Default NAC code of Supervisory is 20 BPM.
How the Panel Works in Mode 5
• Activation of Z-1, Z-2, Z-3 or Z-4 changes Hazard Area 1 state from Idle to Alert. NAC-1 turns on steady. NAC-2
sounds Temporal.
• Activations of any two of Z-1, Z-2, Z-3 and Z-4 change Hazard Area 1 state into Alarm. Release Timer-1 is
started. NAC-2 turns on at 120 BPM. Upon the expiration of Release Timer 1, both RAC-1 and RAC-2 turn on.
NAC-1 and NAC-2 turn on Steady
• Activation of Z-6 turns on both NAC-1 and NAC-2 steady.
• Activation of Z-5 is indicated on NAC-2 at 20 BPM, if configured.
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Mode 6: Pre-action/Deluge, Single Hazard, Not Cross-zoned, Combined Release
Detection Zones
Phantom Zones
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
Z5
Z6
Zp1
Alm
Alm
Alm
Alm
Supv
WF
Z1+Z2+Z3+Z4
X
X
X
X
RT1 Exp
Out1
Signal
Steady
Out2
Signal
Escalating
Out3
Rel.
Releasing
X
Out4
Rel.
Releasing
X
RLS TMR 1 Started
X
(X)
X
X
X
X
RLS Tmr 1 Interrupted
RLS Tmr 1 Cancelled
Zone Configuration
• Detection Zone -1: Alarm (Hazard Area 1, not cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -2: Alarm (Hazard Area 1, not cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -3: Alarm (Hazard Area 1, not cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -4: Alarm (Hazard Area 1, not cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -5: Supervisory
• Detection Zone -6: Water-flow.
• NAC -1: Signal, steady on any alarm.
• NAC -2: Supervisory optional.
• RAC -1: Releasing Circuit (Hazard Area 1)
• RAC -2: Releasing Circuit (Hazard Area 1)
Hazard Configuration
• Default Release Timer Value:
0 seconds
• Default Manual Release Delay: 0 seconds (not used)
• Default Abort Delay Type:
Standard UL (not used)
• Default Soak Timer Value:
0 seconds (continuous)
NAC Configuration
• Default Escalating NAC code of Hazard Area State:
• Hazard Idle: Off
• Hazard Alert: Temporal
• Hazard Alarm: Temporal
• Hazard Release: Steady
• Default NAC code of Supervisory is 20 BPM.
How the Panel Works in Mode 6
• Activation of any one among Z-1, Z-2, Z-3 and Z-4 changes Hazard Area 1 state into Alarm. Release Timer-1 is
started. NAC-1 turns on at Temporal. Upon the expiration of Release Timer-1, NAC-1 turns on steady. RAC-1
and RAC-2 are activated.
• Activation of Z-5 can be indicated on NAC-2 at 20 BPM, if configured.
• Activation of Z-6 turns NAC-1 steady.
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Pre-Programmed Modes
Mode 7: Pre-action/Deluge, Dual Hazard, Cross-zoned, Split Release
Detection Zones
Phantom Zones
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
Z5
Z6
Zp1
Zp2
Alm
Alm
Alm
Alm
Supv
WF
Z1+Z2
Z3+Z4
X
Out1
Signal
Steady
X
Out2
Signal
Escalating
X
Out3
Rel.
Releasing
Out4
Rel.
Releasing
RT2
Exp
X
X
X
RLS Tmr 1 Interrupted
RLS Tmr 1 Cancelled
RLS Tmr 2 Started
X
RLS Tmr 2 Interrupted
RLS Tmr 2 Cancelled
Zone Configuration
• Detection Zone -1: Alarm (Hazard Area 1, cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -2: Alarm (Hazard Area 1, cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -3: Alarm (Hazard Area 2, cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -4: Alarm (Hazard Area 2, cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -5: Supervisory
• Detection Zone -6: Water-flow.
• NAC -1: Escalating Signal, indicates Hazard Area 1 status
• NAC -2: Escalating Signal, indicates Hazard Area 2 status
• RAC -1: Releasing Circuit (Hazard Area 1)
• RAC -2: Releasing Circuit (Hazard Area 2)
0 seconds
0 seconds (not used)
Standard UL (not used)
0 seconds (continuous)
NAC Configuration
• Default Escalating NAC code of Hazard Area State:
• Hazard Idle: Off
• Hazard Alert: Temporal
• Hazard Alarm: 120BPM
• Hazard Release: Steady
• Default NAC code of Supervisory is 20 BPM.
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RT1
Exp
X
RLS TMR 1 Started
Hazard Configuration
• Default Release Timer Value:
• Default Manual Release Delay:
• Default Abort Delay Type:
• Default Soak Timer Value:
Release Timers
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How the Panel Works in Mode 7
• Activation of either Z-1 or Z-2 changes Hazard Area 1 state into Alert. NAC-1 turns on at Temporal.
• Activations of both Z-1 and Z-2 change Hazard Area 1 state into Alarm. Release Timer-1 is started. Upon the
expiration of Release Timer-1, RAC-1 is active. NAC-1 turns on steady.
• Activation of either Z-3 or Z-4 changes Hazard Area 2 state into Alert. NAC-2 turns on at Temporal.
• Activations of both Z-3 and Z-4 changes Hazard Area 2 state into Alarm. Release Timer 2 is started. Upon the
expiration of Release Timer 2, RAC-2 is active. NAC-2 turns on steady.
• Activation of Z-6 turns both NAC-1 and NAC-2 steady.
• Activation of Z-5 can be indicated on NAC-2, if enabled.
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Pre-Programmed Modes
Mode 8: Pre-action/Deluge, Dual Hazard, Not Cross-zoned, Split Release
Detection Zones
Out1
Signal
Steady
Out2
Signal
Escalating
Out3
Rel.
Releasing
Out4
Rel.
Releasing
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
Z5
Z6
Zp1
Zp2
Alm
Alm
Alm
Alm
Supv
WF
Z1+Z2
Z3+Z4
X
X
RLS TMR 1 Started
X
X
RT1
Exp
RT2
Exp
X
X
X
X
X
RLS Tmr 1 Cancelled
RLS Tmr 2 Started
X
X
RLS Tmr 2 Interrupted
RLS Tmr 2 Cancelled
Zone Configuration
• Detection Zone -1: Alarm (Hazard Area 1, not cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -2: Alarm (Hazard Area 1, not cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -3: Alarm (Hazard Area 2, not cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -4: Alarm (Hazard Area 2, not cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -5: Supervisory
• Detection Zone -6: Water-flow.
• NAC -1: Escalating Signal, indicates Hazard Area 1 status
• NAC -2: Escalating Signal, indicates Hazard Area 2 status
• RAC 1: Releasing Circuit (Hazard Area 1)
• RAC -2: Releasing Circuit (Hazard Area 2)
Hazard Configuration
• Default Release Timer Value:
Release Timers
X
RLS Tmr 1 Interrupted
0 seconds
• Default Manual Release Delay: 0 seconds (not used)
• Default Abort Delay Type:
Standard UL (not used)
• Default Soak Timer Value:
0 seconds (continuous)
NAC Configuration
• Default Escalating NAC code of Hazard Area State:
• Hazard Idle: Off
• Hazard Alert: Temporal
• Hazard Alarm: Temporal
• Hazard Release: Steady
• Default NAC code of Supervisory is 20 BPM.
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How the Panel Works in Mode 8
• Activation of either Z-1 or Z-2 changes Hazard Area 1 state into Alarm. Release Timer 1 is started. NAC-1 turns
on at Temporal. Upon the expiration of Release Timer 1, RAC-1 is active. NAC-1 turns on steady.
• Activation of either Z-3 or Z-4 changes Hazard Area 2 state into Alarm. Release Timer 2 is started. NAC-2 turns
on at Temporal. Upon expiration of Release Timer 2, RAC-2 is active. NAC-2 turns on steady.
• Activation of Z-6 turns both NAC-1 and NAC-2 on steady.
• Activation of Z-5 can be indicated on NAC-2, if enabled.
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Pre-Programmed Modes
Mode 9: Agent Release, Single Hazard, Cross-zoned, NYC abort
Detection Zones
Out1
Signal
Steady
Out2
Signal
Escalating
Out3
Rel.
Releasing
Out4
Strobe
Steady
Phantom Zones
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
Z5
Z6
Zp1
Zp2
Alm
Alm
WF
Supv
AB
MR
Z1+Z2
Z3+Z4
X
(X)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
RLS Tmr 1 Interrupted
X
RLS Tmr 1 Cancelled
X
RLS Tmr 2 Started
RLS Tmr 2 Interrupted
RLS Tmr 2 Cancelled
Zone Configuration
• Detection Zone -1: Alarm (Hazard Area 1, cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -2: Alarm (Hazard Area 1, cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -3: Alarm (Pressure Switch or Water-flow)
• Detection Zone -4: Supervisory
• Detection Zone -5: Abort Switch
• Detection Zone -6: Manual Release
• NAC-1: Escalating Signal, indicate Hazard Area 1 status.
• NAC-2: Escalating Signal, indicate Hazard Area 1 status, Supervisory Optional.
• RAC-1: Releasing Circuit (Hazard Area 1)
• NAC-3: Silenceable Strobe.
Hazard Configuration
60 seconds
• Default Manual Release Delay: 0 seconds
• Default Abort Delay Type:
NYC
• Default Soak Timer Value:
0 seconds (continuous)
NAC Configuration
• Default Escalating NAC code of Hazard Area State:
• Hazard Idle: Off
• Hazard Alert: Steady
• Hazard Alarm: 120BPM
• Hazard Release: Steady
• Default NAC code of supervisory is 20 BPM
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RT1
Exp
X
RLS TMR 1 Started
• Default Release Timer Value:
Release Timers
X
RT2
Exp
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How the Panel Works in Mode 9
• The activation of either Z-1 or Z-2 turns NAC-1 on steady.
• The activations of both Z-1 and Z-2 turn NAC-1 off and turn NAC-2 on at 120BPM. Hazard Area 1 state
changes to Alarm. Release Timer-1 is started.
• Upon the expiration of Release Timer 1, RAC-1 is active. NAC-1, NAC-2 and NAC-3 turn on steady.
• If Abort Switch Z-5 is active when Release Timer-1 is running, Hazard Area 1 state changes to Alert. NAC-2
turns off and NAC-1 turns on Steady. Release Timer-1 is held.
• If Abort Switch Z-5 is released, NAC-1 turns off and NAC-2 turns on 120BPM. Release Timer resumes running.
Release Timer-1's value depends on Abort Delay Type.
• Activation of Z-6 starts Manual Release Timer 1 (MDT-1). Upon the expiration of MDT-1, NAC-2 and NAC-3
turn on steady. RAC-1 is active.
• Activation of Z-4 is indicated at 20BPM on NAC-2, if configured.
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Pre-Programmed Modes
Mode 10: Agent Release, Single Hazard, Not Cross-zoned, Combined Release
Detection Zones
Phantom Zones
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
Z5
Z6
Zp1
Zp2
Alm
Alm
WF
Supv
AB
MR
Z1+Z2
Z3+Z4
X
X
X
RT1
Exp
Out1
Signal
Steady
Out2
Signal
Escalating
Out3
Rel.
Releasing
X
X
Out4
Rel.
Releasing
X
X
X
X
(X)
X
RLS TMR 1 Started
X
X
RLS Tmr 1 Interrupted
X
RLS Tmr 1 Cancelled
X
RLS Tmr 2 Started
RLS Tmr 2 Interrupted
RLS Tmr 2 Cancelled
Zone Configuration
• Detection Zone -1: Alarm (Hazard Area1, not cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -2: Alarm (Hazard Area1, not cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -3: Alarm (Pressure Switch or Water-flow)
• Detection Zone -4: Supervisory
• Detection Zone -5: Abort Switch
• Detection Zone -6: Manual Release
• NAC -1: Signal, will be activated steady when there is any alarm zone active.
• NAC -2: Signal, indicate the Hazard Area1 status.
• RAC 1: Releasing Circuit
• RAC -2: Releasing Circuit
Hazard Configuration
• Default Release Timer Value:
60 seconds
• Default Manual Release Delay: 0 seconds.
• Default Abort Delay Type:
Standard UL.
• Soak Timer Value:
0 seconds (continuous)
NAC Configuration
• Default Escalating NAC code of Hazard Area State:
• Hazard Idle: Off
• Hazard Alert: 20BPM
• Hazard Alarm: 60BPM
• Hazard Release: Steady
• Default NAC code of supervisory is Temporal
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Release Timers
RT2
Exp
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How the Panel Works in Mode 10
• Activation of either Z-1 or Z-2 turns NAC-1 on steady.
• Activation of either Z-1 or Z-2 turns NAC-2 on at 60BPM. Release Timer-1 is started.
• Expiration of Release Timer-1 activates both RAC-1 and RAC-2. NAC-1 and NAC-2 turn on steady.
• Activation of Z-6 starts Manual Release Delay Timer -1(MDT-1). Upon the expiration of MDT-1, both RAC-1 and
RAC-2 are active. NAC-1 and NAC-2 turn on steady.
• If Z-5 is active, Release Timer-1 is held and NAC-2 is downgraded from 60BPM to 20 BPM.
• Releasing of Z-5 resumes Release Timer-1 and NAC-2 goes back to 60BPM. Release Timer-1's value depends
on Abort Delay Type.
• Activation of Z-3 turns both NAC-1 and NAC-2 on steady.
• Activation of Z-4 can be indicated on NAC-2 at Temporal, if configured.
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Pre-Programmed Modes
Mode 11: Agent Release, Single Hazard, Cross-zoned, Combined Release
Detection Zones
Phantom Zones
Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
Z5
Z6
Zp1
Zp2
Alm
Alm
WF
Supv
AB
MR
Z1+Z2
Z3+Z4
RT1
Exp
Out1
Signal
Steady
Out2
Signal
Escalating
Out3
Rel.
Releasing
X
X
Out4
Rel.
Releasing
X
X
X
X
(X)
X
RLS TMR 1 Started
X
RLS Tmr 1 Cancelled
X
RLS Tmr 2 Started
RLS Tmr 2 Interrupted
RLS Tmr 2 Cancelled
Zone Configuration
• Detection Zone -1: Alarm (Hazard Area1, cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -2: Alarm (Hazard Area1, cross-zoned)
• Detection Zone -3: Alarm (Pressure Switch or Water-flow)
• Detection Zone -4: Supervisory (Default non-latching)
• Detection Zone -5: Abort Switch
• Detection Zone -6: Manual Release
• NAC -1: Signal, indicate the Hazard Area1 status.
• NAC -2: Signal, indicate the Hazard Area1 status.
• RAC -1: Releasing Circuit
• RAC -2: Releasing Circuit
Hazard Configuration
• Default Release Timer Value:
X
X
RLS Tmr 1 Interrupted
60 seconds
• Default Manual Release Delay: 0 seconds
• Default Abort Delay Type:
Standard UL.
• Soak Timer Value:
0 seconds (continuous)
NAC Configuration
• Default Escalating NAC code of Hazard Area State:
• Hazard Idle: Off
• Hazard Alert: Steady
• Hazard Alarm: 60BPM
• Hazard Release: Steady
• Default NAC code of supervisory is 20 BPM
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RT2
Exp
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How the Panel Works in Mode 11
• The activation of either Z-1 or Z-2 turns NAC-1 on steady.
• The activations of both Z-1 and Z-2 turn NAC-1 off and turn NAC-2 on at 60BPM. Release Timer-1 is started.
• Expiration of Release Timer-1 results in the activation of RAC-1 and RAC-2. NAC-2 turns on steady.
• If Z-5 is active, when the Release Timer-1 is running, NAC-2 turns off and NAC-1 turns on Steady. The Release
Timer is held.
• If Z-5 is released, NAC-1 turns off and NAC-2 turns on 60BPM. Release Timer-1 resumes running. Release
Timer value depends on Abort Delay Type.
• Activation of Z-6 starts Manual Release Delay Timer-1(MDT-1). Upon the expiration of MDT-1, RAC-1 and
RAC-2 are active. NAC-2 turns on steady.
• Activation of Z-3 turns NAC-2 on steady.
• Activation of Z-4 can be indicated on NAC-2 at 20BPM, if configured.
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Appendix A: Compatible Receivers
Appendix A: Compatible Receivers
The dialers that are built into select models of the MR-2320 Series Pre-Action/Deluge Panels are compatible with
the following Digital Alarm Communicator Receivers (DACR):
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DACR Receiver Model
Protocols
SurGard MLR2 Multi-Line Receiver (ULC, ULI approved)
SIA-DCS and Ademco Contact ID
SurGard SLR Single-Line Receiver (ULC, ULI approved)
SIA-DCS and Ademco Contact ID
Osborne-Hoffman Quickalert! II Receiver (ULI approved)
SIA-DCS and Ademco Contact ID
Osborne-Hoffman OH-2000 Receiver (ULI Approved)
SIA-DCS and Ademco Contact ID
Silent Knight Model 9500 Receiver (ULI Approved)
SIA-DCS and Ademco Contact ID
Radionics Model D6500 Receiver (ULI Approved)
SIA-DCS and Ademco Contact ID
Radionics Model D6600 Receiver (ULI Approved)
SIA-DCS and Ademco Contact ID
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Appendix B: MR-2320 Compatible Devices
series supported synchronous horn/strobe (UL and ULC listed)
Horn/Strobes
Maximum # of Devices
Secutron
MRA-HS3-24ww
8
Amseco/Potter
FHS-240-110
9
System Sensor
P1224MC
5
Wheelock
NS-24MCW-FW
13
MR-2320 series supported synchronous module (UL and ULC listed)
Sync Modules
Secutron
AVS44R
Amseco/Potter
SDM-240
System Sensor
MDL
Wheelock
DSM 12/24
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Appendix B: MR-2320 Compatible Devices
MR-2320 series compatible two-wire smoke detectors (ULC listed)
Make Model/Base
System Sensor
1400A
2400A
1451/B401B
2451/B401B
MR-2320 series compatible two-wire smoke detectors (UL listed)
Make Model/Base
System Sensor
1400
2400
1451/B401B
2451/B401B
Compatibility Identifier
head/base
Rated standby current
(mA)
A- N/A
A-N/A
A-A
A-A
0.10
0.12
0.12
0.12
MR-2320 series compatible solenoids
ASCO 8210 series
T8210A107 24VDC
R8210A107 24VDC
8210A107 24VDC
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Appendix C: Reporting
Ademco Contact-ID
MR-2320 Event Codes
Event Description
Event Family
Qualifier
Phone Line #1 trouble detected
Trouble
New event
Phone Line #2 trouble detected
Trouble
Phone Line #1 trouble restored
Code
Group #
Contact #
1 351
00
000
New event
1 352
00
000
Trouble
Restore
3 351
00
000
Phone Line #2 trouble restored
Trouble
Restore
3 352
00
000
Failure to report to an Account
Trouble
New event
1 354
Acct #
Acct #
Report to an Account successful
Trouble
Restore
3 354
Acct #
Acct #
Periodic (24 hr) Test Event (NORMAL)
Test
New event
1 602
00
000
Periodic (24 hr) Test Event (OFF
NORMAL)
Test
New event
1 608
00
000
Manually initiated dialer test
Test
New event
1 601
00
000
Zone Fire Alarm
Alarm
New event
1 110
00
000
Zone Fire Alarm restored
Alarm
Restore
3 110
00
000
Zone Trouble detected
Trouble
New event
1 300
00
000
Zone Trouble restored
Trouble
Restore
3 300
00
000
Zone Supervisory condition
Supervisory
New event
1 200
00
000
Zone Supervisory restored
Supervisory
Restore
3 200
00
000
Waterflow
Alarm
New event
1 113
00
000
Waterflow restored
Alarm
Restore
3 113
00
000
Indicating Zone Trouble
Trouble
New event
1 320
00
000
Indicating Zone Trouble restored
Trouble
Restore
3 320
00
000
AC power lost
Trouble
New event
1 301
00
000
AC power restored
Trouble
Restore
3 301
00
000
Battery Low
Trouble
New event
1 302
00
000
Battery Low restored
Trouble
Restore
3 302
00
000
Ground Fault
Trouble
New event
1 310
00
000
Ground Fault restored
Trouble
Restore
3 310
00
000
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Appendix C: Reporting
Security Industries Association SIA-DCS
SIA protocol does not define indicating zone troubles, but lists it as Untyped Zone Trouble/Restore.
MR-2320 Event Codes
Event Description
Event Family
Qualifier
SIA Event
Code
Parameter
Phone Line #1 trouble detected
Trouble
New event
LT
001
Phone Line #2 trouble detected
Trouble
New event
LT
002
Phone Line #1 trouble restored
Trouble
Restore
LR
001
Phone Line #2 trouble restored
Trouble
Restore
LR
002
Failure to report to an Account
Trouble
New event
RT
Acct #
Report to an Account successful
Trouble
Restore
YK
Acct #
Periodic (24 hr) Test Event (Normal)
Test
New event
RP
000
Periodic (24 hr) Test Event (Off-normal)
Test
New event
RY
000
Manually initiated dialer test
Test
New event
RX
000
Zone Fire Alarm
Alarm
New event
FA
000
Zone Fire Alarm restored
Alarm
Restore
FH
000
Zone Trouble detected
Trouble
New event
FT
000
Zone Trouble restored
Trouble
Restore
FJ
000
Zone Supervisory condition
Supervisory
New event
FS
000
Zone Supervisory restored
Supervisory
Restore
FR
000
Waterflow alarm
Alarm
New event
WA
000
Waterflow alarm restored
Alarm
Restore
WH
000
Indicating Zone Trouble (*)
Trouble
New event
UT
000
Indicating Zone Trouble restored (*)
Trouble
Restore
UR
000
AC power lost
Trouble
New event
AT
000
AC power restored
Trouble
Restore
AR
000
Battery Low
Trouble
New event
YT
000
Battery Low restored
Trouble
Restore
YR
000
Ground Fault
Trouble
New event
YP
000
Ground Fault restored
Trouble
Restore
YQ
000
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Appendix D: Specifications
MR-2320 series pre-action/deluge, releasing control
panel
Digital Signal Processor (DSP) based design. Fully configurable
using front panel LCD display with Password Access.
Electrical Ratings
MR-2306-R6 Relay adder module
Must be connected to a listed power-limited source of supply
Contact rating FormC/ 28VDC per contact / 1A resistive load
max, zoned
AC line voltage
120 VAC 60Hz 1.7A /240 VAC 50 Hz 0.85 A, 10A slow blow fuse
on secondary of transformer
Current consumption standby 0mA, alarm 80mA
Power Supply Rating
6.5A AC maximim @ secondary of transformer
Battery
Type: 24VDC Gel-Cell/Sealed lead acid - 10AH to 26AH
Standby 0mA / alarm 0mA
Charging capability: 10AH to 26AH
Protection: 10A on board (F1) slow blow micro fuse
MR-2300-A Input Class A Converter module
MR-2300-NC2 Output Class A Converter module
Standby 0mA / alarm 0mA
MR-2312-S12 Smart Relay Module
2 supervised style Y (Class B) indicating circuits, configured as
strobes or audibles. Terminals are labeled “SIG 1,2”
Power limited / Regulated 24VDC FWR / 1.7A @ 49C per circuit
Must be connected to a listed power-limited source of supply
Contact rating FormC/ 28VDC per contact / 1A resistive load
max, zoned
Current consumption standby 30mA / alarm 140mA
Releasing Circuit
MR-2306-ATW 8 Zone Remote Annunciator
Power Limited/Special application 18.18-26.08VRMS/1.7A Max
Terminals are labelled “SIG 3,4”
Max power allowed = 5A
- 1.7A (aux power unfiltered if used)
- 0.5A (aux power filtered if used)
- 0.3A (4-wire smoke power if used)
If no auxiliaries are used the max power is 5A for the indicating
and the releasing circuits
Standby 35mA / alarm 90mA
Indicating circuits
Current consumption Standby 183mA/Alarm 318mA
Aux supply (non resettable)
Power limited / 21.1Vdc regulated / 500mA max
4-wire smoke supply (resettable)
Power limited/21.1VDC regulated / 300mA max
Unfiltered supply (full wave rectified)
Power limited / Regulated 24VDC FWR / 1.7A max at 49C
Minimum Load 5mA
Remote Trouble Indicator
Standby 35mA / alarm 35mA
Polarity reversal and city tie module
City tie power limited / 24VDC unfiltered / 250mA max / 14ohms
trip coil
Polarity reversal power limited / 24VDC open / 12VDC at 3.5mA /
8.5mA max (shorted)
Polarity reversal supv terminal
24VDC (normal) / -24VDC (supervisory) / 0V (trouble)
Polarity reversal alarm terminal
24VDC (normal) / -24VDC (alarm) / 0V (trouble)
Current consumption standby 50mA / alarm 300mA (city tie in
use) / alarm 70mA (city tie not in use
Auxiliary Relays (Common alarm/supv/trb/ and
auxiliary second alarm)
Must be connected to a listed power-limited source of supply
FormC / 28VDC / 1A max
Initiating circuit
6 supervised style B (Class B) initiating circuits, configurable.
Terminals are labeled “DET”. Compatibility ID “A”
Power limited / 19VDC reg. / 3mA for detectors /110MVpp AC
ripple / 45mA max (alarm short)
1 RS-485 Connection
For remote annunciators. Terminals are labeled “RS-485”. Line
impedence is 120 ohms.
MR-2300-PRPolarity reversal city tie module (optional)
MR-2306-R6 Relay Module (optional)
Ground Fault Circuit
Less the 3K will generate a ground fault.
System Model: MR-2320 Series Control Unit - Fire
Alarm, for Releasing services
System Type: Local Auxiliary (using MR-2300-PR),
Remote Protected Premises Station (using MR-2300PR or MR-2320-DR/R). Central Station Protected
Premises (using MR-2320-DR/R) For ULC
application also use MR-2300-PR for alternate
communication path.
Type of Service: A, M, WF, SS
Type of Signalling: Non-Coded
Applicable Standards: NFPA 12, 12A, 12B, 12, 15,
16,70,72,2001, UL-864 Rev. 9, ULC S-524, ULC S527-99
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Appendix E: Power Supply and Battery Calculations (Selection Guide)
Appendix E: Power Supply and Battery Calculations
(Selection Guide)
Use the form below to determine the required secondary power supply (batteries).
IMPORTANT NOTICE
The main AC branch circuit connection for Fire Alarm Control Panel must provide a dedicated continuous power without provision of any
disconnect devices. Use #12 AWG wire with 600-volt insulation and proper over-current circuit protection that complies with the local codes.
Refer to Appendix A on page 74 for specifications.
POWER REQUIREMENTS (ALL CURRENTS ARE IN AMPERES)
Model
Number
MR-2320-R
MR-2320-DR
MR-2300-A
MR-2300-NC2
MR-2300-PR
Description
Pre-Action/Deluge and
Agent Release Control
Panel FIXED ELR/
ACTIVE ELR
Pre-Action/Deluge and
Agent Release Control
Panel FIXED ELR/
ACTIVE ELR with dialer
Det Class A Converter
Adder Module
Sig Class A Converter
Adder Module--2 Circuits
Polarity Reversal and City
Tie Module
Qty
Total
Standby
Standby
Total
Alarm
Alarm
X
0.123/
0.092
=
0.316/
0.292
=
X
0.123/
0.100
=
0.318/
0.300
=
X
0.000
=
0.000
=
X
0.000
=
0.000
=
X
0.050
=
0.300
=
MR-2306-R6
6 Relay Adder Module
X
0.000
=
0.080
=
MR-2312-S12
12 Relay Smart Relay
Module
X
0.030
=
0.140
=
Remote Annunciators
X
0.035
=
0.090
=
Remote Trouble Indicator
X
0.035
=
0.035
=
Two-Wire Smoke Detectors
X
Ò 0.00011
=
* 0.135
=
Four-Wire Smoke Detectors
X
Signal Load (bells, horns, strobes, and etc.)
X
MR-2306/12ATW
MR-2300T
=
=
Auxiliary Power Supply for Annunciators, etc.
Total currents (Add above currents)
=
=
STANDBY
(A)
=
ALARM
* Assume three Initiating Circuits are in alarm.
' Use 0.084 for five minutes, 0.168 for 10 minutes and 0.5 for 5 minutes of alarm as a multiplier figure.
Ò Using the 2-wire photoelectric smoke detector. See Appendix A on page 74 for other compatible smoke detectors.
Total Current Requirement: ALARM (B)______ Amps. (Value obtained from column B)
Battery Capacity Requirement:
Battery (AH) = ([STANDBY (A) ______ ] x [(24,60 or 90 Hours) ___ ]) +
([ALARM (B) ______ ] x [Alarm in Hr.] _____) = (C) ______AH
Total System Current in Alarm State: Must be 5.5 amperes or less for MR-2320 Series.
Battery Selection: Multiply (C) by 1.20 to derate battery.
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Warranty & Warning Information
Warning Please Read Carefully
Note to End Users: This equipment is subject to terms and conditions of sale as follows:
Note to Installers
This warning contains vital information. As the only individual in contact with system users, it is your responsibility to
bring each item in this warning to the attention of the users of this system. Failure to properly inform system endusers of the circumstances in which the system might fail may result in over-reliance upon the system. As a result,
it is imperative that you properly inform each customer for whom you install the system of the possible forms of
failure.
System Failures
This system has been carefully designed to be as effective as possible. There are circumstances, such as fire or
other types of emergencies where it may not provide protection. Alarm systems of any type may be compromised
deliberately or may fail to operate as expected for a variety of reasons. Some reasons for system failure include:
•Inadequate Installation
A Fire Alarm system must be installed in accordance with all the applicable codes and standards in order to provide
adequate protection. An inspection and approval of the initial installation, or, after any changes to the system, must
be conducted by the Local Authority Having Jurisdiction. Such inspections ensure installation has been carried out
properly.
•Power Failure
Control units, smoke detectors and many other connected devices require an adequate power supply for proper
operation. If the system or any device connected to the system operates from batteries, it is possible for the
batteries to fail. Even if the batteries have not failed, they must be fully charged, in good condition and installed
correctly. If a device operates only by AC power, any interruption, however brief, will render that device inoperative
while it does not have power. Power interruptions of any length are often accompanied by voltage fluctuations which
may damage electronic equipment such as a fire alarm system. After a power interruption has occurred,
immediately conduct a complete system test to ensure that the system operates as intended.
•Failure of Replaceable Batteries
Systems with wireless transmitters have been designed to provide several years of battery life under normal
conditions. The expected battery life is a function of the device environment, usage and type. Ambient conditions
such as high humidity, high or low temperatures, or large temperature fluctuations may reduce the expected battery
life. While each transmitting device has a low battery monitor which identifies when the batteries need to be
replaced, this monitor may fail to operate as expected. Regular testing and maintenance will keep the system in
good operating condition.
•Compromise of Radio Frequency (Wireless) Devices
Signals may not reach the receiver under all circumstances which could include metal objects placed on or near the
radio path or deliberate jamming or other inadvertent radio signal interference.
•System Users
A user may not be able to operate a panic or emergency switch possibly due to permanent or temporary physical
disability, inability to reach the device in time, or unfamiliarity with the correct operation. It is important that all
system users be trained in the correct operation of the alarm system and that they know how to respond when the
system indicates an alarm.
•Automatic Alarm Initiating Devices
Smoke detectors, heat detectors and other alarm initiating devices that are a part of this system may not properly
detect a fire condition or signal the control panel to alert occupants of a fire condition for a number of reasons, such
as: the smoke detectors or heat detector may have been improperly installed or positioned; smoke or heat may not
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be able to reach the alarm initiating device, such as when the fire is in a chimney, walls or roofs, or on the other side
of closed doors; and, smoke and heat detectors may not detect smoke or heat from fires on another level of the
residence or building.
•Software
Most Secutron products contain software. With respect to those products, Secutron does not warranty that the
operation of the software will be uninterrupted or error-free or that the software will meet any other standard of
performance, or that the functions or performance of the software will meet the user’s requirements. Secutron shall
not be liable for any delays, breakdowns, interruptions, loss, destruction, alteration or other problems in the use of a
product arising our of, or caused by, the software.
Every fire is different in the amount and rate at which smoke and heat are generated. Smoke detectors cannot
sense all types of fires equally well. Smoke detectors may not provide timely warning of fires caused by
carelessness or safety hazards such as smoking in bed, violent explosions, escaping gas, improper storage of
flammable materials, overloaded electrical circuits, children playing with matches or arson.
Even if the smoke detector or heat detector operates as intended, there may be circumstances when there is
insufficient warning to allow all occupants to escape in time to avoid injury or death.
•Alarm Notification Appliances
Alarm Notification Appliances such as sirens, bells, horns, or strobes may not warn people or waken someone
sleeping if there is an intervening wall or door. If notification appliances are located on a different level of the
residence or premise, then it is less likely that the occupants will be alerted or awakened. Audible notification
appliances may be interfered with by other noise sources such as stereos, radios, televisions, air conditioners or
other appliances, or passing traffic. Audible notification appliances, however loud, may not be heard by a hearingimpaired person.
•Telephone Lines
If telephone lines are used to transmit alarms, they may be out of service or busy for certain periods of time. Also the
telephone lines may be compromised by such things as criminal tampering, local construction, storms or
earthquakes.
•Insufficient Time
There may be circumstances when the system will operate as intended, yet the occupants will not be protected from
the emergency due to their inability to respond to the warnings in a timely manner. If the system is monitored, the
response may not occur in time enough to protect the occupants or their belongings.
•Component Failure
Although every effort has been made to make this system as reliable as possible, the system may fail to function as
intended due to the failure of a component.
•Inadequate Testing
Most problems that would prevent an alarm system from operating as intended can be discovered by regular testing
and maintenance. The complete system should be tested as required by national standards and the Local Authority
Having Jurisdiction and immediately after a fire, storm, earthquake, accident, or any kind of construction activity
inside or outside the premises. The testing should include all sensing devices, keypads, consoles, alarm indicating
devices and any other operational devices that are part of the system.
•Security and Insurance
Regardless of its capabilities, an alarm system is not a substitute for property or life insurance. An alarm system also
is not a substitute for property owners, renters, or other occupants to act prudently to prevent or minimize the
harmful effects of an emergency situation.
IMPORTANT NOTE: End-users of the system must take care to ensure that the system, batteries, telephone lines,
etc. are tested and examined on a regular basis to ensure the minimization of system failure.
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Limited Warranty
Secutron Inc. warrants the original purchaser that for a period of two years from the date of manufacture, the
product shall be free of defects in materials and workmanship under normal use. During the warranty period,
Secutron Inc. shall, at its option, repair or replace any defective product upon return of the product to its factory, at
no charge for labor and materials. Any replacement and/or repaired parts are warranted for the remainder of the
original warranty or ninety (90) days, whichever is longer. The original owner must promptly notify Secutron Inc. in
writing that there is defect in material or workmanship, such written notice to be received in all events prior to
expiration of the warranty period.
International Warranty
The warranty for international customers is the same as for any customer within Canada and the United States, with
the exception that Secutron Inc. shall not be responsible for any customs fees, taxes, or VAT that may be due.
Conditions to Void Warranty
This warranty applies only to defects in parts and workmanship relating to normal use. It does not cover:
•damage incurred in shipping or handling;
•damage caused by disaster such as fire, flood, wind, earthquake or lightning;
•damage due to causes beyond the control of Secutron Inc. such as excessive voltage, mechanical shock or
•water damage;
•damage caused by unauthorized attachment, alterations, modifications or foreign objects;
•damage caused by peripherals (unless such peripherals were supplied by Secutron Inc.);
•defects caused by failure to provide a suitable installation environment for the products;
•damage caused by use of the products for purposes other than those for which it was designed;
•damage from improper maintenance;
•damage arising out of any other abuse, mishandling or improper application of the products.
Warranty Procedure
To obtain service under this warranty, please return the item(s) in question to the point of purchase. All authorized
distributors and dealers have a warranty program. Anyone returning goods to Secutron Inc. must first obtain an
authorization number. Secutron Inc. will not accept any shipment whatsoever for which prior authorization has not
been obtained. NOTE: Unless specific pre-authorization in writing is obtained from Secutron management, no
credits will be issued for custom fabricated products or parts or for complete fire alarm system. Secutron will at its
sole option, repair or replace parts under warranty. Advance replacements for such items must be purchased.
Note: Secutron Inc.’s liability for failure to repair the product under this warranty after a reasonable number of
attempts will be limited to a replacement of the product, as the exclusive remedy for breach of warranty.
Disclaimer of Warranties
This warranty contains the entire warranty and shall be in lieu of any and all other warranties, whether expressed or
implied (including all implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose) And of all other
obligations or liabilities on the part of Secutron Inc. neither assumes nor authorizes any other person purporting to
act on its behalf to modify or to change this warranty, nor to assume for it any other warranty or liability concerning
this product.
This disclaimer of warranties and limited warranty are governed by the laws of the province of Ontario, Canada.
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Out of Warranty Repairs
Secutron Inc. will at its option repair or replace out-of-warranty products which are returned to its factory according
to the following conditions. Anyone returning goods to Secutron Inc. must first obtain an authorization number.
Secutron Inc. will not accept any shipment whatsoever for which prior authorization has not been obtained.
Products which Secutron Inc. determines to be repairable will be repaired and returned. A set fee which Secutron
Inc. has predetermined and which may be revised from time to time, will be charged for each unit repaired.
Products which Secutron Inc. determines not to be repairable will be replaced by the nearest equivalent product
available at that time. The current market price of the replacement product will be charged for each replacement
unit.
WARNING: Secutron Inc. recommends that the entire system be completely tested on a regular basis.
However, despite frequent testing, and due to, but not limited to, criminal tampering or electrical disruption,
it is possible for this product to fail to perform as expected.
NOTE: Under no circumstances shall Secutron Inc. be liable for any special, incidental, or consequential
damages based upon breach of warranty, breach of contract, negligence, strict liability, or any other legal
theory. Such damages include, but are not limited to, loss of profits, loss of the product or any associated
equipment, cost of capital, cost of substitute or replacement equipment, facilities or services, down time,
purchaser’s time, the claims of third parties, including customers, and injury to property.
SECUTRON MAKES NO WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
WITH RESPECT TO ITS GOODS DELIVERED, NOR IS THERE ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED, EXCEPT FOR THE WARRANTY CONTAINED HEREIN.
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