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Voice Evacuation Control Panels
AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50
AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50ZS
AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50ZST
Instruction Manual
Document 51889
6/8/2010
Rev:
P/N 51889:E1
E1
ECN 10-278
Fire Alarm System Limitations
While a fire alarm system may lower insurance rates, it is not a substitute for fire insurance!
An automatic fire alarm system—typically made up of
smoke detectors, heat detectors, manual pull stations, audible
warning devices, and a fire alarm control panel with remote
notification capability—can provide early warning of a developing fire. Such a system, however, does not assure protection
against property damage or loss of life resulting from a fire.
The Manufacturer recommends that smoke and/or heat detectors be located throughout a protected premise following the
recommendations of the National Fire Protection Association
Standard 72 (NFPA 72), manufacturer's recommendations,
State and local codes, and the recommendations contained in
the Guides for Proper Use of System Smoke Detectors, which
are made available at no charge to all installing dealers.
These documents can be found at http://www.systemsensor.com/html/applicat.html. A study by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (an agency of the United States
government) indicated that smoke detectors may not go off in
as many as 35% of all fires. While fire alarm systems are
designed to provide early warning against fire, they do not
guarantee warning or protection against fire. A fire alarm system may not provide timely or adequate warning, or simply
may not function, for a variety of reasons:
Smoke detectors may not sense fire where smoke cannot
reach the detectors such as in chimneys, in or behind walls, on
roofs, or on the other side of closed doors. Smoke detectors
also may not sense a fire on another level or floor of a building.
A second-floor detector, for example, may not sense a firstfloor or basement fire.
Particles of combustion or “smoke” from a developing fire
may not reach the sensing chambers of smoke detectors
because:
•
Barriers such as closed or partially closed doors, walls, or
chimneys may inhibit particle or smoke flow.
•
Smoke particles may become “cold,” stratify, and not reach
the ceiling or upper walls where detectors are located.
•
Smoke particles may be blown away from detectors by air
outlets.
•
Smoke particles may be drawn into air returns before
reaching the detector.
The amount of “smoke” present may be insufficient to alarm
smoke detectors. Smoke detectors are designed to alarm at
various levels of smoke density. If such density levels are not
created by a developing fire at the location of detectors, the
detectors will not go into alarm.
Smoke detectors, even when working properly, have sensing
limitations. Detectors that have photoelectronic sensing
chambers tend to detect smoldering fires better than flaming
fires, which have little visible smoke. Detectors that have ionizing-type sensing chambers tend to detect fast-flaming fires
better than smoldering fires. Because fires develop in different
ways and are often unpredictable in their growth, neither type
of detector is necessarily best and a given type of detector
may not provide adequate warning of a fire.
Smoke detectors cannot be expected to provide adequate
warning of fires caused by arson, children playing with
matches (especially in bedrooms), smoking in bed, and violent
explosions (caused by escaping gas, improper storage of
flammable materials, etc.).
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Heat detectors do not sense particles of combustion and
alarm only when heat on their sensors increases at a predetermined rate or reaches a predetermined level. Rate-of-rise
heat detectors may be subject to reduced sensitivity over time.
For this reason, the rate-of-rise feature of each detector
should be tested at least once per year by a qualified fire protection specialist. Heat detectors are designed to protect
property, not life.
IMPORTANT! Smoke detectors must be installed in the
same room as the control panel and in rooms used by the system for the connection of alarm transmission wiring, communications, signaling, and/or power. If detectors are not so
located, a developing fire may damage the alarm system, crippling its ability to report a fire.
Audible warning devices such as bells may not alert people
if these devices are located on the other side of closed or
partly open doors or are located on another floor of a building.
Any warning device may fail to alert people with a disability or
those who have recently consumed drugs, alcohol or medication. Please note that:
•
Strobes can, under certain circumstances, cause seizures
in people with conditions such as epilepsy.
•
Studies have shown that certain people, even when they
hear a fire alarm signal, do not respond or comprehend the
meaning of the signal. It is the property owner's responsibility to conduct fire drills and other training exercise to
make people aware of fire alarm signals and instruct them
on the proper reaction to alarm signals.
•
In rare instances, the sounding of a warning device can
cause temporary or permanent hearing loss.
A fire alarm system will not operate without any electrical
power. If AC power fails, the system will operate from standby
batteries only for a specified time and only if the batteries have
been properly maintained and replaced regularly.
Equipment used in the system may not be technically compatible with the control panel. It is essential to use only equipment listed for service with your control panel.
Telephone lines needed to transmit alarm signals from a
premise to a central monitoring station may be out of service
or temporarily disabled. For added protection against telephone line failure, backup radio transmission systems are recommended.
The most common cause of fire alarm malfunction is inadequate maintenance. To keep the entire fire alarm system in
excellent working order, ongoing maintenance is required per
the manufacturer's recommendations, and UL and NFPA standards. At a minimum, the requirements of NFPA 72 shall be
followed. Environments with large amounts of dust, dirt or
high air velocity require more frequent maintenance. A maintenance agreement should be arranged through the local manufacturer's representative. Maintenance should be scheduled
monthly or as required by National and/or local fire codes and
should be performed by authorized professional fire alarm
installers only. Adequate written records of all inspections
should be kept.
Limit-C1-2-2007
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Installation Precautions
Adherence to the following will aid in problem-free installation with long-term reliability:
WARNING - Several different sources of power can be
connected to the fire alarm control panel. Disconnect all
sources of power before servicing. Control unit and associated equipment may be damaged by removing and/or inserting cards, modules, or interconnecting cables while the unit is
energized. Do not attempt to install, service, or operate this
unit until manuals are read and understood.
CAUTION - System Re-acceptance Test after Software
Changes: To ensure proper system operation, this product
must be tested in accordance with NFPA 72 after any programming operation or change in site-specific software. Reacceptance testing is required after any change, addition or
deletion of system components, or after any modification,
repair or adjustment to system hardware or wiring. All components, circuits, system operations, or software functions known
to be affected by a change must be 100% tested. In addition,
to ensure that other operations are not inadvertently affected,
at least 10% of initiating devices that are not directly affected
by the change, up to a maximum of 50 devices, must also be
tested and proper system operation verified.
This system meets NFPA requirements for operation at 0-49º
C/32-120º F and at a relative humidity 93% ± 2% RH (noncondensing) at 32°C ± 2°C (90°F ± 3°F). However, the useful
life of the system's standby batteries and the electronic components may be adversely affected by extreme temperature
ranges and humidity. Therefore, it is recommended that this
system and its peripherals be installed in an environment with
a normal room temperature of 15-27º C/60-80º F.
Verify that wire sizes are adequate for all initiating and indicating device loops. Most devices cannot tolerate more than a
10% I.R. drop from the specified device voltage.
Like all solid state electronic devices, this system may
operate erratically or can be damaged when subjected to lightning induced transients. Although no system is completely
immune from lightning transients and interference, proper
grounding will reduce susceptibility. Overhead or outside aerial
wiring is not recommended, due to an increased susceptibility
to nearby lightning strikes. Consult with the Technical Services Department if any problems are anticipated or encountered.
Disconnect AC power and batteries prior to removing or
inserting circuit boards. Failure to do so can damage circuits.
Remove all electronic assemblies prior to any drilling, filing,
reaming, or punching of the enclosure. When possible, make
all cable entries from the sides or rear. Before making modifications, verify that they will not interfere with battery, transformer, or printed circuit board location.
Do not tighten screw terminals more than 9 in-lbs. Overtightening may damage threads, resulting in reduced terminal
contact pressure and difficulty with screw terminal removal.
This system contains static-sensitive components.
Always ground yourself with a proper wrist strap before handling any circuits so that static charges are removed from the
body. Use static suppressive packaging to protect electronic
assemblies removed from the unit.
Follow the instructions in the installation, operating, and programming manuals. These instructions must be followed to
avoid damage to the control panel and associated equipment.
FACP operation and reliability depend upon proper installation.
Precau-D1-9-2005
FCC Warning
WARNING: This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and
used in accordance with the instruction manual may
cause interference to radio communications. It has been
tested and found to comply with the limits for class A
computing devices pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of
FCC Rules, which is designed to provide reasonable
protection against such interference when devices are
operated in a commercial environment. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference, in which case the user will be required to correct
the interference at his or her own expense.
Canadian Requirements
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits
for radiation noise emissions from digital apparatus set
out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Le present appareil numerique n'emet pas de bruits
radioelectriques depassant les limites applicables aux
appareils numeriques de la classe A prescrites dans le
Reglement sur le brouillage radioelectrique edicte par le
ministere des Communications du Canada.
LiteSpeed™ is a trademark; and FireLite® Alarms is a registered trademark of Honeywell International Inc. Microsoft® and Windows® are registered
trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation.
©Tuesday, August 14, 2012 9:40 am by Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use of this document is strictly prohibited.
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Software Downloads
In order to supply the latest features and functionality in fire alarm and life safety technology to our customers, we make
frequent upgrades to the embedded software in our products. To ensure that you are installing and programming the latest
features, we strongly recommend that you download the most current version of software for each product prior to
commissioning any system. Contact Technical Support with any questions about software and the appropriate version for
a specific application.
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Table of Contents
Section 1: Product Description ............................................................................................. 13
1.1: Product Features ..........................................................................................................................................14
1.2: Specifications...............................................................................................................................................19
1.3: Controls and Indicators................................................................................................................................23
1.3.1: Single Zone Operation (ACC-25/50, ACC-25/50ZS, ACC-25/50ZST) ...........................................23
1.3.2: Dual Zone Operation (ACC-25/50 Only)..........................................................................................23
1.3.3: RECORD/PLAYBACK ....................................................................................................................24
1.3.4: TROUBLE SILENCE .......................................................................................................................24
1.3.5: LEDs (visible with panel door closed): .............................................................................................24
1.3.6: ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module (ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST Panels only) .......................24
1.3.7: ACC-FFT Fire Fighter Telephone Module (ACC-25/50ZST only) ...................................................25
1.3.8: ACC-EPM External Page Module.....................................................................................................25
1.3.9: Other System LEDs (located on main circuit board and modules) ...................................................25
1.4: Circuits.........................................................................................................................................................26
1.5: Components .................................................................................................................................................27
1.6: Optional Modules .......................................................................................................................................29
1.7: Getting Started .............................................................................................................................................30
1.7.1: ACC-25/50, Requiring up to 50 Watts of Audio Power....................................................................30
1.7.2: ACC-25/50 With ACC-25/50DA(s), Requiring Greater Than 50 Watts of Audio Power................30
1.7.3: ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST, Requiring up to 50 Watts of Audio Power ................................30
1.7.4: ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST, Requiring Greater Than 50 Watts But Less Than 150 Watts....31
Section 2: Field Programming ............................................................................................... 32
2.1: S1 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Series Motherboard (ACC-MCB) ................................................36
2.2: S5 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Series Motherboard (ACC-MCB) ................................................37
2.3: S3 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Motherboard (ACC-MCB) ...........................................................37
2.4: S2 - Record Bypass Switch on ACC-25/50 Series Motherboard (ACC-MCB) ..........................................38
2.5: S4 - Battery Charger Switch on ACC-25/50 Series Motherboard...............................................................39
2.6: SW1 - Remote Microphone Installed Switch on ACC-FFT........................................................................39
2.7: SW2 - 2 Wire/4 Wire Connection on Telephone Loop................................................................................39
2.8: ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST) .......................................................39
2.8.1: S1 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-ZPMK...........................................................................................40
2.8.2: S2 and S3 Addressing Rotary Switches ............................................................................................41
2.9: ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST) ......................................................41
Section 3: Installation............................................................................................................. 42
3.1: Mounting Options ........................................................................................................................................42
3.2: Backbox Installation ....................................................................................................................................42
3.2.1: Transformer Installation ....................................................................................................................45
3.3: Operating Power ..........................................................................................................................................46
3.4: Auxiliary DC Power Output Connections ...................................................................................................48
3.5: Input/Initiating Circuits ...............................................................................................................................48
3.6: Output Circuits.............................................................................................................................................49
3.6.1: Master Command Bus Output ...........................................................................................................49
3.6.2: Trouble Relay - TB1..........................................................................................................................51
3.6.3: AC Power Loss Relay - TB7 .............................................................................................................51
3.6.4: Notification Appliance Circuit (Speakers) ........................................................................................51
3.6.5: ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module - ACS Link (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST) .........................52
3.6.6: ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST) ............................................54
3.6.7: ACC-FFT Fire Fighter Telephone Module (ACC-25/50ZST Only) ..................................................55
3.7: UL Power-limited Wiring Requirements.....................................................................................................56
3.8: Installation of Option Modules ....................................................................................................................57
3.8.1: Audio Amplifier Module (ACC-AAM25) ........................................................................................57
3.8.2: 70.7 VRMS Transformer Module (FC-XRM70) ................................................................................58
3.8.3: Local Playback Speaker Module (FC-LPS) ......................................................................................59
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3.8.4: ACC-EPM External Page Module.....................................................................................................60
Section 4: Operating Instructions ......................................................................................... 63
4.1: Switch Functions..........................................................................................................................................63
4.1.1: Single Zone Operation (ACC-25/50, ACC-25/50ZS, ACC-25/50ZST) ...........................................63
4.1.2: Dual Zone Operation (ACC-25/50 Only) ..........................................................................................63
4.1.3: RECORD/PLAYBACK ....................................................................................................................64
4.1.4: TROUBLE SILENCE .......................................................................................................................64
4.1.5: Record/Playback Button - Record Customized Messages.................................................................64
Recording Instructions..........................................................................................................................64
4.1.6: Record/Playback Button - Review Stored Message(s) ......................................................................65
4.1.7: Main Control Panel Keypad Labels...................................................................................................66
4.2: ACC-ZPMK Switch Functions (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST) ..........................................................66
4.3: ACC-FFT Answer Call Push-Button (ACC-25/50ZST)..............................................................................67
4.4: LED Indicators.............................................................................................................................................67
4.4.1: LEDs Visible with Backbox Door Closed (Figure 4.1 on page 63) ..................................................67
4.4.2: ACC-ZMPK LEDs Visible with Backbox Door Closed (Figure 4.4 on page 66) ............................68
4.4.3: ACC-FFT LEDs Visible with Backbox Door Closed (Figure 3.15 on page 55)...............................69
4.4.4: LEDs Visible with Door Open and Optional Dress Panel Removed (Figure 1.1 & Figure 1.2).......69
4.5: Operation......................................................................................................................................................70
4.5.1: Fire Alarm..........................................................................................................................................70
4.5.2: Fire Alarm Restoral ...........................................................................................................................70
4.5.3: Manual Evacuation/Alert...................................................................................................................70
4.5.4: Manual Evacuation/Alert Restoral ....................................................................................................71
4.5.5: Audio On/Off: ACC-25/50 Single Zone and ACC-25/50ZS/T .........................................................71
4.5.6: All Call: ACC-25/50, Single Zone Configuration .............................................................................71
All-Call General Page Using Local Microphone..................................................................................72
All-Call General Page Using Optional Remote Microphone ...............................................................72
All-Call Emergency Page Using Local Microphone ............................................................................72
All-Call Emergency Page Using Optional Remote Microphone..........................................................72
All-Call During FACP Activated Alarm ..............................................................................................72
All-Call During Manual Evacuation/Alert ...........................................................................................72
All-Call With Distributed Audio Panels...............................................................................................72
4.5.7: All-Call: ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST ......................................................................................72
All-Call General Page Using Local/Integral Microphone ....................................................................72
All-Call General Page Using Optional Remote Microphone ...............................................................73
All-Call General Page Using Optional RPJ-F Remote Keyswitch via the Optional Fire Fighter Telephone Module: ......................................................................................................................................73
All-Call Emergency Page Using Local/Integral Microphone ..............................................................73
All-Call Emergency Page Using Optional Remote Microphone..........................................................73
All-Call Emergency Page Using Optional RPJ-F Remote Keyswitch via the Fire Fighter Telephone
Module..................................................................................................................................................73
All-Call During FACP Activated Alarm ..............................................................................................73
All-Call During Manual Evacuation/Alert ...........................................................................................73
4.5.8: Paging: ACC-25/50 Single Zone .......................................................................................................73
General Page Using Local/Integral Microphone ..................................................................................73
General Page Using Optional Remote Microphone .............................................................................73
Emergency Page Using Local/Integral Microphone.............................................................................74
Emergency Page Using Optional Remote Microphone........................................................................74
4.5.9: Paging: ACC-25/50 Dual Zone .........................................................................................................74
General Page Using Local/Integral Microphone ..................................................................................74
General Page Using Optional Remote Microphone .............................................................................74
Emergency Page Using Local/Integral Microphone.............................................................................74
Emergency Page Using Optional Remote Microphone........................................................................74
4.5.10: Paging: ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST ......................................................................................74
General Page Using Local/Integral Microphone ..................................................................................74
General Page Using Optional Remote Microphone .............................................................................75
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General Page Using the Optional RPJ-F Remote Keyswitch via the Optional Fire Fighter Telephone
Module..................................................................................................................................................75
Emergency Page Using Local/Integral Microphone ............................................................................75
Emergency Page Using Optional Remote Microphone........................................................................75
Emergency Page Using Optional RPJ-F Remote Keyswitch via the Optional Fire Fighter Telephone
Module..................................................................................................................................................75
4.5.11: Fire Fighter Telephone: ACC-25/50ZST Only ...............................................................................75
Communication on the Telephone Loop ..............................................................................................75
Annunciation of Remote Telephone Locations (MS-9600 or MS-9200UDLS only) ..........................76
4.5.12: Trouble Condition Response ...........................................................................................................76
4.5.13: Trouble Condition Restoral .............................................................................................................78
Section 5: Application Examples .......................................................................................... 80
5.1: One Speaker Circuit on ACC-25/50 ............................................................................................................80
5.2: One Speaker Circuit With Backup on ACC-25/50 ......................................................................................81
5.3: Two Speaker Circuits on ACC-25/50 ..........................................................................................................83
5.4: Two Speaker Circuits on ACC-25/50 ..........................................................................................................85
5.5: ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST Zone Splitting Applications..................................................................87
5.5.1: 25 Watt Zone Splitting - Eight Speaker Circuits, Style Y (Class B).................................................87
5.5.2: 25 Watt Zone Splitting - Four Speaker Circuits, Style Z (Class A) ..................................................89
5.5.3: 50 Watt Zone Splitting - Eight Speaker Circuits...............................................................................91
5.6: ACC-25/50 and ACC-25/50DA Installation ..............................................................................................93
5.7: 16 Theater Cineplex Utilizing ACC-25/50ZS With ACC-25/50DAZS ......................................................95
5.8: Audio Command Center 24 Zone System ...................................................................................................96
Section 6: Power Supply Calculations.................................................................................. 98
6.1: Overview......................................................................................................................................................98
6.2: Calculating the AC Branch Circuit..............................................................................................................98
6.3: Calculating the System Current Draw .........................................................................................................98
6.3.1: Overview ...........................................................................................................................................98
6.3.2: How to use Table 6.2 to calculate system current draws..................................................................99
6.4: Calculating the Battery Size ......................................................................................................................100
6.4.1: NFPA Battery Requirements ...........................................................................................................100
6.4.2: Selecting and Locating Batteries .....................................................................................................100
Appendix A: Digital Voice Messages .................................................................................. 102
Appendix B: Addressable Module Connections................................................................ 103
Appendix C: Wiring Requirements...................................................................................... 104
Appendix D: Programmed Activation by FACP ................................................................. 105
D.1: MS-9600, MS-9200UDLS and MS-9200UD ...........................................................................................106
D.1.1: Overview.........................................................................................................................................106
D.1.2: Basic MS-9600/MS-9200UD/MS-9200UDLS & ACC-25/50ZS/T Step-By-Step Install/Setup...106
D.1.3: Wiring From ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST to FACP.............................................................107
D.1.4: ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST Switch Settings .....................................................................108
D.1.5: FACP Programming .......................................................................................................................109
Programming Tips for MS-9600, MS-9600LD, MS-9200UDLS, and MS-9200UD.........................110
Message Assignment - Speaker Specific............................................................................................110
Message Assignment - Zone Specific ................................................................................................112
Fire Fighter Telephone SLC Point Assignment .................................................................................115
D.2: MS-5210UD..............................................................................................................................................118
D.2.1: Overview.........................................................................................................................................118
D.2.2: MS-5210UD Individual Zone Control With One or Two Messages..............................................118
ACC-25/50ZS/T DIP Switch Settings................................................................................................119
MS-5210UD Programming ................................................................................................................120
D.2.3: MS-5210UD All Zone Activation With One to Five Messages.....................................................120
ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST Switch Settings .........................................................................121
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ACM-8RF Programming ....................................................................................................................121
MS-5210UD Programming ................................................................................................................121
D.3: MS-9200(E) ..............................................................................................................................................122
D.3.1: Overview.........................................................................................................................................122
D.3.2: Basic MS-9200 & ACC-25/50ZS/T Step-By-Step Install/Setup....................................................122
D.3.3: Wiring From ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST to MS-9200(E)...................................................124
ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST Switch Settings ............................................................................125
D.3.4: FACP Programming .......................................................................................................................125
D.4: MS-5UD-3/7 and MS-10UD-3/7 ..............................................................................................................127
D.4.1: Overview.........................................................................................................................................127
D.4.2: Basic ANN-BUS Step-By-Step Install/Setup .................................................................................127
D.4.3: ACC-ZPMK DIP Switch 1 Settings on ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST ................................128
D.4.4: Wiring From ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST to FACP .............................................................129
D.4.5: FACP Programming .......................................................................................................................130
Index ...................................................................................................................................... 138
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This control panel has been designed to comply with standards set forth by the following regulatory agencies:
•
Underwriters Laboratories Standard UL 864
•
NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm Code
Before proceeding, the installer should be familiar with the following documents.
NFPA Standards
This Fire Alarm Control Panel complies with the following NFPA Standards:
NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm Code
Note: Audible signal appliances used in public mode applications, are required to have
minimum sound levels of 75 dBA at 10 feet (3 meters) and a maximum level of 120 dBA
at the minimum hearing distance from the audible appliance.
To ensure that the appliance is clearly heard, the audible appliance sound level must be at
least 15 dBA above the average ambient sound level or 5 dBA above the maximum sound
level with a duration of at least 60 seconds, depending on which level is greater, with the
sound level being measured 5 feet (1.5 meters) above the floor.
Underwriters Laboratories Documents:
UL 38 Manually Actuated Signaling Boxes
UL 217 Smoke Detectors, Single and Multiple Station
UL 228 Door Closers–Holders for Fire Protective Signaling Systems
UL 268 Smoke Detectors for Fire Protective Signaling Systems
UL 268A Smoke Detectors for Duct Applications
UL 346 Waterflow Indicators for Fire Protective Signaling Systems
UL 464 Audible Signaling Appliances
UL 521 Heat Detectors for Fire Protective Signaling Systems
UL 864 Standard for Control Units for Fire Protective Signaling Systems
UL 1481 Power Supplies for Fire Protective Signaling Systems
UL 1638 Visual Signaling Appliances
UL 1711 Amplifiers for Fire Protective Signaling Systems
UL 1971 Signaling Devices for Hearing Impaired
Other:
NEC Article 250 Grounding
NEC Article 300 Wiring Methods
NEC Article 760 Fire Protective Signaling Systems
Applicable Local and State Building Codes
Requirements of the Local Authority Having Jurisdiction (LAHJ)
Fire•Lite Documents
Fire•Lite Device Compatibility Document
Document #15384
MS-5UD/10UD Series Technical Manual
Document #52626
FCPS-24F(E) Field Charger/Power Supply
Document #50079
FCPS-2404 Field Charger/Power Supply
Document #51486
FCPS-24FS6/8 Field Charger/Power Supply
Document #51883
MS-9200(C/E) Technical Manual
Document #51003
MS-9200UD Technical Manual
Document #51906
MS-9200UDLS Technical Manual
Document #52750
MS-9600 Technical Manual
Document #51335
MS-5210UD Technical Manual
Document #50193
ACC-25/50DA Technical Manual
Document #52265
SLC Wiring Manual
Document #51309
This product has been certified to comply with the requirements in the Standard for Control Units and Accessories for Fire
Alarm Systems, UL 864, 9th Edition. Operation of this product with products not tested for UL 864, 9th Edition has not
been evaluated. Such operation requires the approval of the local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ).
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The Audio Riser connects the audio output of the
ACC-25/50 to each of the ACC-25/50DA(s).
The Master Command Bus provides an All-Call trigger
from the ACC-25/50 to the ACC-25/50DA(s).
2.
3.
accdadistsys.wmf
The FACP contorls the audio system via the CMD
inputs on the ACC-25/50 and ACC-25/50DA.
Master Command Bus
25W Speaker Circuit
25W Speaker Circuit
Audio Riser
1.
FACP Control
ACC-25/50
The FireVoice (ACC-25/50) can be used for systems
requiring up to 50 watts of audio power. Compatible
FACPs can be used for automatic control.
Master Command Bus
Audio Riser
FACP Control
ACC-25/50DA
ACC-25/50DA
25W Speaker Circuit
25W Speaker Circuit
25W Speaker Circuit
25W Speaker Circuit
To Additional ACC-25/50DA Panels
The Distributed Audio Panel (ACC-25/50DA) can
be used to increase audio power above 50 watts.
ACC-25/50 System
Audio Command Center System Diagram
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The Audio Riser connects the audio output of the ACC-25/50ZS to
each of the ACC-25/50DAZS(s) to distribute alarm or paging
audio.
The ACC-25/50ZS uses the Control Serial Link to control the
routing of the alarm or paging audio.
Riser conductors must be installed in accordance with the
survivability from attack by fire requirements in National Fire
Alarm Code, NFPA 72.
2.
3.
4.
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The FACP controls the audio system via the ACS Link or CMD
inputs on the ACC-25/50ZS
ACC Control Serial Link (RS-485)
Speaker Circuit #8
Speaker Circuit #1
Audio Riser
1.
Automatic Control via the
ACS Link or CMD Input
ACC-25/50ZS
ACC-25/50DAZS
ACC-25/50DAZS
Audio Command Center Zone System
Up to 24 Zones @ 150W (max.)
Audio Riser
ACC Control Serial Link (RS-485)
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Speaker Circuit #24
Speaker Circuit #17
Speaker Circuit #16
Speaker Circuit #9
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CDR
The ACC-25/50ZST uses the Control Serial Link to control the
routing of the alarm or paging audio.
Riser conductors must be installed in accordance with the
survivability from attack by fire requirements in National Fire Alarm
Code, NFPA 72.
3.
4.
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The Audio Riser connects the audio output of the ACC-25/50ZST to
each of the ACC-25/50DAZS(s) to distribute alarm or paging audio.
2.
FPJ-F
The FACP controls the audio system via the ACS Link or CMD
inputs on the ACC-25/50ZST.
RPJ-F
up to 24 remote
FireFighter
Telephones
ACC Control Serial Link (RS-485)
Speaker Circuit #8
Speaker Circuit #1
Audio Riser
1.
Automatic Control via the
ACS Link or CMD Input
ACC-25/50ZST
ACC-25/50DAZS
ACC-25/50DAZS
Audio Command Center Zone System With FireFighter Telephone
Up to 24 Zones @ 150W (max.)
Audio Riser
ACC Control Serial Link (RS-485)
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Speaker Circuit #24
Speaker Circuit #17
Speaker Circuit #16
Speaker Circuit #9
Section 1: Product Description
The ACC-25/50 Series consists of the AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50 (ACC-25/50), the
AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50 Zone System (ACC-25/50ZS), and the AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50 Zone System with Telephone (ACC-25/50ZST) which are single channel,
25 watt, 25 VRMS, emergency voice evacuation panels. The ACC-25/50 provides up to two
speaker circuits while the ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST support up to eight speaker circuits.
Each panel provides the ability to record five field programmable messages (up to 60 seconds total
message duration) with an integral microphone or from an external audio source. An integral
power supply with battery charger supplies operational power. An ACC-AAM25 audio amplifier is
provided standard with each base unit. An optional second ACC-AAM25 amplifier is also available for backup purposes or to provide an additional channel of 25 watts. Optional 70 VRMS conversion modules are also available for installations where 70 VRMS speakers are to be installed or
already exist. An optional External Page Module (ACC-EPM) is available for interfacing to nonfire
paging systems. The modular design allows for ease-of-serviceability.
Automatic activation of the ACC-25/50 by an FACP is possible via the five Command Input Circuits (CMD). The ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST can be automatically activated by the CMD
inputs or via the ACS serial communications link from the MS-9600, MS-9200UDLS, MS9200UD, MS-9200(E) and MS-5210UD FACPs.
Two Command Input Circuits can be independently field programmed for activation by an FACP
Notification Appliance Circuit reverse polarity or by closure of a supervised normally open contact
and three Command Input Circuits activate on contact closure. CMD 1 and CMD 2 provide terminals for NAC input and output to allow installation of the audio panel anywhere along the NAC circuit being used to activate it. Options via the Command Inputs allow one 60 second message, two
30 second messages, three 20 second messages, four 15 second messages or five 12 second messages.
The ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST include an ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module with keypad
and an ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module. These modules provide up to eight speaker circuits that
may be manually or automatically activated.
The ACC-25/50ZST includes an ACC-FFT Fire Fighter Telephone Module with keypad which
provides indications of phone activation, remote page activation, remote microphone activation and
corresponding trouble conditions. Additionally, up to 24 telephone circuits can be annunciated at
the ACC-FFT by connecting addressable monitor modules to the optional FPJ-F or RPJ-F Remote
Page Jacks.
Significant technological enhancements set the ACC-25/50 Series apart from other voice panels.
These enhancements include full supervision in both active (alarm or music) and standby conditions. Supervision is provided for:
 amplifier outputs
 field wiring (shorts and opens)
 message generator
 all tone generators
 microphone
 telephones (optional)
If the message generator fails, the system automatically reverts to the primary tone generator. If the
primary tone generator fails, one of three backups become enabled.
Power is fed independently to each amplifier so that a short circuit in one amplifier will not shut
down the other. Full output power of 25 watts per amplifier is generated while in a low battery condition. Power is not diminished when the optional 70 VRMS transformer module is installed. Audio
is amplified utilizing modern integrated circuits as opposed to transformer technology. This provides for very low signal distortion for crystal clear audio.
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Product Description
Product Features
Primary applications for the audio panels include structures such as restaurants, schools, auditoriums, places of worship, buildings with occupancies over 50, etc. The ACC-25/50 Series is
designed to interface directly to addressable or conventional fire alarm control panels or can be
used with the Audio Command Center Distributed Audio (ACC-25/50DA) panel to distribute audio
in systems that require more than 50 watts.
1.1 Product Features
•
25 watts of 25 VRMS audio power (expandable to 50 watts) per panel
•
Optional 70.7 VRMS conversion module available for each amplifier (note that speaker wiring
continues to be supervised in standby, alarm and when background music is playing with this
option module installed)
•
Modular design for maximum system flexibility
•
Unobstructed module access and removable terminal blocks for ease of servicing and module
replacement
•
Designed to allow easy system expansion
•
Five Command Input Circuits:
 CMD1 and CMD2 are field selectable to be activated from 12 or 24 VDC Notification
Appliance Circuits (reverse polarity) or contact closures
 CMD3, CMD4, and CMD5 are activated by contact closures
•
Speaker Circuits
 single Style Y or Z speaker circuit (one ACC-AAM25 Audio Amplifier provided with base
unit)
 two Style Y or Style Z speaker circuits (with optional second ACC-AAM25 Audio
Amplifier installed)
 eight Style Y or four Style Z speaker circuits (only on ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST
Panel with ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module)
•
ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST can be controlled by an FACP via the ACS (EIA-485) link
to the ACC-ZPMK. ACS compatible FACPs include the MS-9600, MS-9200(E), MS9200UD, MS-9200UDLS and MS-5210UD.
•
Integral supervised microphone
•
Microphone time-out feature which reverts back to prerecorded message if emergency page
exceeds three minutes
•
Standard, prerecorded message:
“May I have your attention please. May I have your attention please. The signal you
have just heard indicates a report of a fire in this building. Please proceed to the nearest
exit and leave the building. Do not re-enter the building unless directed to do so by the
proper authorities.”
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•
Field-selectable message and custom message field recording capability using local
microphone or two compatible audio input jacks
•
Two External Audio Inputs for recording custom message from compatible source or playing
music over the system with prior approval of the local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ)
•
Multiple duration message capability: one 60 second, two 30 second, three 20 second, four 15
second or five 12 second custom messages
•
Integral tone generators field selectable for steady, slow-whoop, high-low or chime tones
•
Higher wattage capability available by using the Audio Command Center Distributed Audio
(ACC-25/50DA) panel
•
Powered by integral AC power supply or batteries during AC fail
•
Programmable delay of immediate, 2 hours or 6 hours reporting of AC Loss
•
Piezo sounder for local trouble
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Product Description
•
Two Form-C trouble relays:
 System Trouble Relay - TB1
 AC Power Loss Relay - TB7
•
35 mA Special Application (auxiliary power) output for addressable modules when interfaced
with the Fire•Lite MS-9200(E) or MS-9600 FACP or equivalent and End-of-Line power
supervision relays
•
Integral Dress Panel
•
Optional ACC-TR semi-flush trim ring
•
ACC-FFT Fire Fighter Telephone module for control and annunciation of up to 24 remote
telephone jacks (installation in ACC-25/50ZST only)
•
Fire Fighter Handset (FHS-F) used to communicate over the telephone circuit connected to the
ACC-FFT (ACC-25/50ZST only)
•
Fire Fighter Phone Jack FPJ-F provides plug-in location for the FHS-F (ACC-25/50ZST only)
•
Remote Page Jack RPJ-F provides plug-in location for the FHS-F and All-Call paging
capability (ACC-25/50ZST only)
•
Fire Fighter Handset Cabinet FHSC-RF (recess mount) or FHSC-SF (surface mount) is used to
store five Fire Fighter Handsets (FHS-F) (ACC-25/50ZST only)
•
Optional FC-RM Remote Microphone (includes cabinet and FC-MIM Microphone Interface
Module). Refer to the FC-RM Product Installation Document #51247 for additional
information
•
Optional ACC-EPM External Page Module for interfacing to non-fire paging systems
•
Optional local playback speaker (FC-LPS)
•
System Status LEDs (refer to “Controls and Indicators” on page 23)
•
Master Command Bus output for All-Call paging control of Distributed Audio panels in nonzone split systems
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Product Description
Product Features
All CMD inputs are supervised, power-limited. When contact closure is
employed, a 4.7K ELR, P/N: 27072 is required.
Programmable
Output Trigger (supervised, powerCMD1 Input
CMD2 Input
limited) activation by
Trigger by contact Trigger by contact
Emergency and
closure or NAC closure or NAC
Nonemergency
reverse polarity reverse polarity
paging - active
Special
(ELR
required) - (ELR required) CMD3, CMD4 & CMD5 Input
polarity shown
Application
alarm polarity
alarm polarity
Trigger by contact closure
4.7K ELR ½ watt Power 35 mA
shown
Form-C AC
shown
alarm polarity shown (inputs only)
P/N: 27072
(nonsupervised,
OUT IN
Loss Relay
OUT IN
power-limited)
nonsupervised
TB7
TB6
TB4
1234
MASTER
CMD OUT
AC LOSS
-+ +-
+ -
+ + - -
C NO NC
TB2
-+ +-
TB5
+-
TB8
1 2
1234
1234
AUX
POWER
CMD1
CMD2
+-
+-
TB9
CMD3
TB10
CMD4
CMD5
Form-C Trouble
Relay
(nonsupervised)
NC NO C
TB1
123
Connector P5
FC-MIM or
ACC-FFT
ACC-ZSM
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P1
EARTH
HOT
NEUTRAL
Connector for
Transformer
(supervised,
nonpower-limited)
RCA Jack
Personal
Computer
Source
Local Microphone
Connector
Local Speaker
Connector
AC Power Only (supervised,
nonpower-limited)
Refer to AC Power in Section
“Specifications” on page 19
Figure 1.1 Audio Command Center Board
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Product Features
Product Description
CAUTION:
OBSERVE PROPER POLARITY
MATCH PROPER POLARITY CONNECTIONS TO FIELD WIRING AND SPEAKERS. POLARITY
SHOWN IS IN THE STANDBY AND ALARM CONDITIONS.
!
Speaker Circuits are supervised
and power-limited
ELR Resistor required only for
Style Y (Class B) circuits.
4.75 K, 1 watt P/N: 75470
Backup Audio
In Out
+ -+TB1
TB2
1 2 3 4 5 6
+ -+-
Backup Audio
In Out
TB1
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4 5 6
+-+-
TB2
1 2 3 4
+-+Optional 2nd or
Backup Amplifier
ACC-AAM25
Standard
Main Amplifier #1
ACC-AAM25
TB1
TB2
TB1
TB2
CKT TBL AMP SUPV
Circuit
Trouble
SW1
J1
S2
Field
Programmable
Option Switches
S3, S5, and S1
BACK-UP ON
Amp
Supervision
BACK-UP ON
CKT TBL AMP SUPV
LEDs on each amplifer
SW1
P1
J1
P1
S4
Battery Charger
Disable Switch
(switch shown for
charger enabled)
T1
(Switch S1 of 2nd amplifier
shown in Backup ‘OFF’ condition
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S1
BACK-UP ON
Controls and
System Status
Indicators
J1
FC-XRM70
Optional 70.7 VRMS Plug-in
Conversion Module
(available for each amplifier)
Figure 1.2 Command Board With Amplifiers
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Product Features
ACC-25/50ZS Modules
Select 4 Class
A or 8 Class B
Speaker
Circuits
Circuits are power-limited and
supervised and require ELRs (shown for 8
Class B
4.75K P/N: 27589
Speaker
To Amplifier #1 To Amplifier #2
Circuits)
+ -
To Speakers
shield
To Speakers +
-
To Speakers
+
-
shield
To Speakers +
-
To Speakers +
-
shield
+
-
1 2 3 4
TB9
Class A
Class B
ACC-EPM
External Page Module
ACC-ZSM
5 Zone 3 Zone Splitter
4
Module
3 TB4
2
1 Zone 4
5 Zone 5
4
3 TB5
2
1 Zone 6
TB1
TB9
SW2
TB1
SW1
TB2
TB1
TB2
J1
TB1
AAM
1&2
TB4
AAM1
5 Zone 7
4
3 TB6
2
1 Zone 8
CLASS A
TB5
CLASS B
SW1
Page
Active
LED
SW1
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-
+
-
contact closure
from external
page system
AAM1
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
CKT TBL AMP SUPV
shield
To Speakers +
5
Zone 1
4
3 TB1
2
1 Zone 2
(nonsupervised)
from external page
system audio
(600, 700 mVRMS)
BACK-UP ON
-
Select Single
or Split
Amplifier
Configuration
(shown set for
Split Amplifier
configuration)
AAM
1&2
CKT TBL AMP SUPV
To Speakers +
SW1
+ -
BACK-UP ON
Speaker Circuits are
supervised, power-limited
Style Y (Class B)
SW2
TB6
J1
J1
P1
JP1
Dummy Load all
unused circuits with
4.75 K resistor
P1
Style Z (Class A)
5
To Speakers +
-
shield
Speaker Return +To Speakers +
-
Zone 2
5
4
3
2
1
TB5
Zone 3
5
4
3
2
1
TB6
Zone 4
+ + TB2
S1
-
1234 1234
to ACS devices down-stream
supervised
TB1
ACC-ZPMK
Zone Page Module
ON
TENS ONES
ON
23
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
23
4 56
-
TB4
4 56
shield
Speaker Return +
5
4
3
2
1
ACS (EIA-485)
Link to FACP
9 01
To Speakers +
Zone 1
9 01
-
shield
Speaker Return +-
TB1
78
To Speakers +
4
3
2
1
78
-
shield
Speaker Return +-
S3
S2
Jumper all unused circuits:
+ to + and - to -
S3
23
9 01
9 01
23
456
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
TENS ONES
78
ON
78
S1 ON
456
Field Programmable
Option Switches for
Speaker Circuits
S2
ACS Addressing
Switches for EIA-485
Communications with
FACP
Figure 1.3 ACC-25/50ZS Main Board With Modules
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Specifications
Product Description
ACC-25/50ZST with ACC-FFT Module
Remote Page
Dark stripe on
ribbon cable must Jack Keyswitch
be positioned to used for All-Call
Phone Paging
left as shown!!
(4.7K ELR
Audio Wiring to
Remote
required after
Remote Page
Microphone
last RPJ
Wiring
Keyswitch or at Jack (4.7K ELR
required after last
TB2 if
RPJ for Class B
Keyswitch is
wiring only)
not used)
Class A Class B
Return Out
+ shld - + shld -
TB9
TB1
SW1
TB2
TB1
TB2
CLASS B
CKT TBL AMP SUPV
SW1
SW1
Power
Grnd
+ Audio
- Audio
Earth
CLASS A
TB5
BACK-UP ON
AAM
1&2
AAM1
BACK-UP ON
TB4
CKT TBL AMP SUPV
TB1
TB6
J1
J1
P1
JP1
P1
1 2
1 2 3 4 5 6
TB2
TB3
TB3
Ribbon
Cable from
J3 on back
of
ON
TENS ONES
901
901
23
456
456
23
78
S3
SW1
S2
Zone Page Module
to P5
on
main
board
J2
J3
(ribbon cable is required when
annunciating remote Fire Fighter
Telephone locations)
J1
78
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
FFT 13
FFT 14
FFT 15
FFT 16
FFT 17
FFT 18
FFT 19
FFT 20
FFT 21
FFT 22
FFT 23
FFT 24
Fire Fighter
Telephone Module
TB1
switch position
shown for
2-wire
4-wire 2-wire Class B
telephone
connection
SW2
TB1
FFT 1
FFT 2
FFT 3
FFT 4
FFT 5
FFT 6
FFT 7
FFT 8
FFT 9
FFT 10
FFT 11
FFT 12
to P4 on
back of
S1
TB2
1 2 3 4 5 6
J1
Panel FFT
Handset
Connector
(side view)
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SW2
REMOTE MIC INSTALLED
SW1
switch position shown
for remote
microphone installed
Figure 1.4 ACC-25/50ZST Main Board with ACC-FFT Module
1.2 Specifications
AC Power - TB3
ACC-25/50, ACC-25/50ZS, ACC-25/50ZST: 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 1.5 amp.
Wire size: minimum #14 AWGb with 600 V insulation.
AC Loss Relay - TB7
Operation: normally energized fail-safe relay transfers on AC power loss for independent monitoring by DACT. AC Loss Relay can be programmed to be the only indication of an AC loss condition (see Table 2.3 on page 34).
AC Loss relay contact rating: 2.0 amps @ 30 VDC (resistive), 0.6 amps @ 30 VAC (resistive)
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Specifications
Battery (lead acid only) - P10
Maximum Charging Circuit: Normal Flat Charge - 27.6V @ 0.800 amp
Maximum Charger Capacity: 18 Amp Hour battery. (Audio Command Center Series cabinet holds
max. 18 Amp Hour Battery.
Command Input Circuits (alarm polarities shown)
•
CMD1 - TB2 Terminals 3(+) & 4(-) are input terminals and Terminals 1(-) and 2(+) are output
terminals which provide feed through of the NAC circuits to NAC devices down stream
•
CMD2 - TB5 Terminals 3(+) & 4(-) are input terminals and Terminals 1(-) and 2(+) are output
terminals which provide feed through of the NAC circuits to NAC devices down stream
•
CMD3 - TB8 Terminals 1(+) & 2(-) are input terminals for contact closure only
•
CMD4 - TB9 Terminals 1(+) & 2(-) are input terminals for contact closure only
•
CMD5 - TB10 Terminals 1(+) & 2(-) are input terminals for contact closure only
Operation: CMD1 & CMD2 circuits are independently field programmable to activate amplifiers
on NAC polarity reversal or contact-closure. IMPORTANT! When CMD1 and CMD2 are configured for reverse polarity, the NAC cannot be Coded.
CMD3, CMD4 and CMD5 are fixed to activate on contact closure only. End-of-Line resistors must
be connected in all configurations.
Power-limited and supervised circuitry
Normal Operating Voltage Range: 10.5 VDC - 29 VDC; Maximum Voltage: 29 VDC
NAC Reverse Polarity Current (requires End-of-Line Resistor from NAC): 1.6 mA maximum.
Contact Closure Operation Current (requires 4.7K, ½ watt End-of-Line Resistor P/N 27072): 6.6
mA maximum
Maximum Wiring Impedance CMD1 - CMD5 (Contact Closure Operation): 200
Maximum Input Impedance:
• CMD1 & CMD2 (Reverse Polarity Operation): 20K
• CMD1 - CMD5 (Contact Closure Operation): 3.4K
Audio Amplifier Module
Standard ACC-AAM25 Amplifier plugs into P4 of main circuit board, optional ACC-AAM25
Amplifier plugs into P3 of main circuit board
Backup Audio - TB2 [In Terminals 1(+) & 2(-), Out Terminals 3(+) & 4(-)] on Amplifier Module
Operation: When TB2 is wired between the two amplifiers of a panel, the optional amplifier provides backup to the standard amplifier. Switch S1 on the backup amplifier must be 'ON' and jumpers placed from backup amplifier TB2 Terminal 3 to standard amplifier TB2 Terminal 1 and from
backup amplifier TB2 Terminal 4 to standard amplifier TB2 Terminal 2. Refer to Section “One
Speaker Circuit With Backup on ACC-25/50” on page 81, for additional information.
Speaker Circuit - TB1 Terminals 3(+) & 4(-) Style Y, 5(+) & 6(-) Style Z, 1 & 2 Shield (Standby
and Alarm Polarity Shown) on Amplifier Module
Power-limited circuitry
Operation: Circuit can be wired Style Y or Style Z
Normal Operating Voltage: 25 VRMS @ 1 amp max. and maximum Load Impedance of 25
(70.7 VRMS @ 350 mA max. with maximum Load Impedance of 200operation possible by plugging optional FC-XRM70 conversion module into P1 of audio amplifier).
Circuit wiring is supervised during standby, alarm and when background music is playing
Output Power: 25 watts (20 watts when background music is employed);
Frequency Range: 800Hz - 2,800Hz
Maximum total capacitance for each speaker circuit: 250 µF.
End-of-Line Resistor required for Style Y circuit: 4.75 K, 1 watt (P/N: 75470)
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Product Description
ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module and ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module (ACC-25/50ZS/T
Only)
Power-limited circuitry
Operation: Circuits on ACC-ZSM can be wired as eight Style Y or four Style Z
Normal Operating Voltage for Speaker Circuits: 25 VRMS @ 1 amp max. and maximum Load
Impedance of 25
(70.0 VRMS @ 350 mA max. with maximum Load Impedance of 200operation possible by
plugging optional FC-XRM70 conversion module into P1 of audio amplifier).
Speaker circuit wiring is supervised during standby and alarm. (Note that background music is not
permitted in Zone Splitter configuration since open-circuit fault detection is not possible)
Output Power: 25 watts total; Frequency Range: 800Hz - 2,800Hz
Maximum total capacitance for ACC-AAM25: 250 µF. (Note that the total capacitance for the
ACC-ZSM speaker outputs must not exceed the maximum of 250 µF).
End-of-Line Resistor required for Style Y (Class B) speaker circuit: 4.75 K, 1 watt (P/N: 75470)
TB1 on ACC-ZPMK: ACS (EIA-485) electrically isolated link to FACP provides programmed
speaker control
ACC-FFT Fire Fighter Telephone Module (ACC-25/50ZST Only)
Power-limited circuitry
TB1 Remote Phone Circuit Operation: Circuit can be wired Style Y (Class B) or Style Z (Class A)
Wiring connects Remote Page Jacks (FPJ-F or RPJ-F) to control panel for phone communication
Normal Operating Voltage (VRMS): Standby = n/a, Active = 0.2 VRMS
Normal Operating Voltage (VDC): Standby = 12 VDC, Active = 4 VDC to 0.9 VDC
Normal Operating Current (mA): Standby = 1.3 mA, Active = 5 mA
Circuit wiring is supervised.
Maximum wiring impedance = 54
End-of-Line Resistor required for Style Y circuit: 4.7K, ½ watt
TB2 Remote Page Jack Keyswitch Operation: Circuit wired Class B
Keyswitch enables All-Call Paging by FHS-F Remote Phone
Requires RPJ-F
Circuit wiring is supervised.
Maximum wiring impedance = 54
End-of-Line Resistor required: 4.7K, ½ watt
TB3 Remote Microphone Operation:
Provide connection for the optional FC-RM Remote Microphone Module which is used for remote
paging capabilities.
NOTE: For installations that require both the Fire Fighter Telephone and Remote Microphone,
the Remote Microphone Module wiring connections are made to the ACC-FFT Fire Fighter
Telephone Module.
Master CMD Out - TB6 Terminals 1(+), 2(+), 3(-) & 4(-) (active polarity shown)
Provides All-Call Paging trigger for Distributed Audio units (ACC-25/50 ONLY). Will drive MR101C or MR-201C relays (manufactured by Air Products and Controls) to provide relay contacts.
Supervised and power-limited circuitry
Programmed Operation: Output reverses polarity on activation of All-Call switch, Remote Microphone or External Page Module input.
Normal Operating Voltage: 24 VDC regulated, filtered; Maximum Voltage: 25.4 VDC
Reverse Polarity Current: 125 mA maximum.
Standby Voltage: -5 VDC. Short Circuit Current: 0.5 mA. Maximum Load Resistance: 200 ohms.
Wiring connections to Master CMD Output Circuit:
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Specifications
 End-of-Line Resistor required for Class B using Terminals 1(+) & 4(-): 4.7 K, ½ watt
(P/N: 27072)
 Class A (no End-of-Line Resistor) requires the wiring of Terminal 1(+) to 2(+) and Terminal
3(-) to 4(-)
Up to 25 Distributed Audio Panels may be connected to this output (ACC-25/50 Only)
Special Application Power (Aux. Power) - TB4 Terminals 1(+) & 2(-)
Up to 35 mA @ 24 VDC of special application power is available for powering addressable modules and associated End-of-Line power supervision relays.
Power-limited circuitry. Refer to the Device Compatibility Document for a list of compatible
devices.
Form-C Trouble Relay - TB1
Normally energized fail-safe relay can be programmed to transfer its contacts on any panel trouble
condition or on any trouble condition except AC Loss (see Table 2.3 on page 34).
TB1 Form-C relay contact rating: 2.0 amps @ 30 VDC (resistive), 0.6 amps @ 30 VAC (resistive).
External Audio Input
• RCA Audio Jack Input (female connector)
nput Impedance: 30K maximum
Input Voltage: 700 mVRMS maximum
Input Current: 1 mA maximum @ 700 mV
Requires preamplifier output. Mates to an RCA phono 'plug' - 3mm diameter, 10mm
length, 9mm shell diameter.
• 3.5 mm PC Audio Jack Input (female connector)
Requires preamplifier output
Interfaces to personal computer line output
NOTE: Some laptop personal computers only provide an audio output for headphones. It may
be necessary to adjust the headphone output level for proper recording of voice messages.
FC-MIM Microphone Interface Module (Optional) - P5 Connector
Connector P5 provides a connection for:
• the optional FC-MIM Microphone Interface Module which is used to connect the FC-RM
Remote Microphone Module to provide remote microphone paging capabilities.
• the ACC-FFT Fire Fighter Telephone module which is used for emergency telephone applications.
NOTE: For systems that require both the Remote Microphone and Fire Fighter Telephone, the
ACC-FFT is connected to the P5 connector on the main circuit board and the Remote Microphone
connections are made on the ACC-FFT. The FC-MIM is incorporated into the ACC-FFT Fire
Fighter Telephone Module as part of the ACC-25/50ZST. A separate FC-MIM is therefore not
required for this system.
Microphone connector for Fire•Lite standard microphone P/N:45025 - P6 Connector
ACC-EPM External Page Module (Optional)
Audio Input Impedance: 600 maximum
Audio Input Voltage: 700 mVRMS maximum
Audio Input Current: 1 mA maximum @ 700 mV
Contact Closure Operation Current: 2.3 mA maximum
External paging equipment is electrically isolated from ACC-25/50, ACC-25/50ZS and ACC25/50ZST
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Product Description
1.3 Controls and Indicators
1.3.1 Single Zone Operation (ACC-25/50, ACC-25/50ZS, ACC25/50ZST)
•
ALL-CALL
AUDIO ON/OFF
MESSAGE 1
ALL-CALL:
MESSAGE 2
 used to select All Call function when ACC-
MESSAGE 3
POWER ON
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
MESSAGE
TROUBLE
GENERATOR
TONE
GENERATOR
TROUBLE
MICROPHONE
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Figure 1.5 depicts Single Zone operation with the
maximum capacity of five messages. Single Zone
may be configured for two to five message control
(refer to Section 2, ”Field Programming” on page 32).
25/50 Series is programmed for Single Zone
TROUBLE
MESSAGE 4
operation. Selecting this button also activates
RECORD
PLAYBACK
the Master Command Bus, which is used to
MESSAGE 5
TROUBLE
SILENCE
trigger Distributed Audio Panels. Single Zone
operation directs the same message to both
amplifier circuits (S3 DIP switches 1, 2 and 3 Figure 1.5 Controls and Indicators
Single Zone Operation
set to one of the valid options other than all
OFF)
•
AUDIO ON/OFF:
 used to indicate that speaker circuits are activated when ACC-25/50 Series is programmed
for Single Zone operation (S3 DIP switches 1, 2 and 3 set to one of the valid options other
than all OFF). Push-button switch can be used to deactivate the audio amplifiers that were
activated by the FACP
•
MESSAGE 1 - used to manually transmit Message 1 over speaker circuit
•
MESSAGE 2 - used to manually transmit Message 2 over speaker circuit
•
MESSAGE 3 - used to manually transmit Message 3 over speaker circuit
•
MESSAGE 4 - used to manually transmit Message 4 over speaker circuit
•
MESSAGE 5 - used to manually transmit Message 5 over speaker circuit
1.3.2 Dual Zone Operation (ACC-25/50 Only)
•
ZONE 1:
 used to select Zone 1 when ACC-25/50 is
programmed for Dual Zone operation. Dual
Zone operation directs a single message to
either or both amplifier circuits (S3 DIP
switches 1, 2 and 3 set to OFF).
•
ZONE 2:
 used to select Zone 2 when ACC-25/50 is
programmed for Dual Zone operation (S3 DIP
switches 1, 2 and 3 set to OFF)
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ZONE 1
POWER ON
ZONE 2
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
MESSAGE 1
MESSAGE
TROUBLE
GENERATOR
TONE
GENERATOR
TROUBLE
MICROPHONE
TROUBLE
RECORD
PLAYBACK
TROUBLE
SILENCE
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Figure 1.6 depicts Dual Zone operation which supports the generation of one message only (refer to Section 2, ”Field Programming” on page 32).
Figure 1.6 Controls and Indicators
Dual Zone Operation
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Controls and Indicators
1.3.3 RECORD/PLAYBACK
 for recording messages when Record/Bypass switch is in the up Record position (refer to
Section “S2 - Record Bypass Switch on ACC-25/50 Series Motherboard (ACC-MCB)” on
page 38, Section 2.1, ”S1 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Series Motherboard (ACCMCB)” on page 36 and Section 2.2, ”S5 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Series
Motherboard (ACC-MCB)” on page 37 for additional information on recording messages.)
 for reviewing recorded message when Record Bypass Switch is in the down Bypass position
(requires optional FC-LPS module).
1.3.4 TROUBLE SILENCE
 momentary depression silences the local piezo when system is in trouble condition.
1.3.5 LEDs (visible with panel door closed):
•
Power ON (green)
•
System Trouble (yellow)
•
Message Generator Trouble (yellow)
•
Tone Generator Trouble (yellow)
•
Microphone Trouble (yellow)
•
Record/Playback (green)
•
Dual Zone
 Zone 1 (green = active, yellow = manual deactivation)
 Zone 2 (green = active, yellow = manual deactivation)
•
Message 1 (green = activation)
•
Message 2 (green = activation)
•
Message 3 (green = activation)
•
Message 4 (green = activation)
•
Message 5 (green = activation)
•
Single Zone
 All Call (green = active)
 Audio On/Off (green = active, yellow = manual deactivation)
1.3.6 ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module (ACC-25/50ZS and ACC25/50ZST Panels only)
Push button Switches
24 tactile push-button switches used to manually activate the corresponding speaker zone. If speaker zone has been activated by the
FACP programming, pressing the switch will deactivate the speaker
zone and illuminate the corresponding yellow zone LED and the System Trouble LED.
LEDs
•
24
FACP Communication (green = active, extinguished = no
communication)
The (top left LED) communication should only be active if the
ACC-25/50ZS/T is connected to an FACP and communication
via the ACS link is established.
FACP
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4
Zone 5
Zone 6
Zone 7
Zone 8
Zone 9
Zone 10
Zone 11
Zone 12
ACC
Zone 13
Zone 14
Zone 15
Zone 16
Zone 17
Zone 18
Zone 19
Zone 20
Zone 21
Zone 22
Zone 23
Zone 24
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•
ACC Communication (green = active, extinguished = no communication)
This (top right LED) indicates communication between the ACC-ZPMK and the ACC25/50ZS/T main circuit board via the connecting ribbon cable.
•
Speaker Circuit Zones 1 through 24 (green = active, yellow = trouble/disabled
Only the LEDs for Zones 1 through 8 will be functional if the ACC-ZSM is configured for Style
Y (Class B) operation or only the LEDs for Zones 1 through 4 will be functional if the ACCZSM is configured for Style Z (Class A) and no ACC-25/25DAZS Distributed Audio panels are
connected.
1.3.7 ACC-FFT Fire Fighter Telephone Module (ACC-25/50ZST
only)
Pushbutton Switches
•
Answer Call - tactile pushbutton switch used to connect or
disconnect Remote Telephone FHS-F plugged into the FPJ-F or
RPJ-F from the ACC-FFT.
LEDs
FFT 13
FFT 14
FFT 15
FFT 16
FFT 17
FFT 18
FFT 19
FFT 20
FFT 21
FFT 22
FFT 23
FFT 24
FFT 1
FFT 2
FFT 3
FFT 4
FFT 5
FFT 6
FFT 7
FFT 8
FFT 9
FFT 10
FFT 11
FFT 12
•
Power (green) - indicates that power is applied to the ACC-FFT
Fire Fighter Telephone module
•
Answer Call (green LED) - flashes to indicate that a remote
phone (FHS-F) has been plugged into the FPJ-F or RPJ-F on the
telephone circuit. LED turns on steady when Answer/Call
pushbutton is pressed to answer the remote phone call
•
Remote Handset Page (green LED) - turns on steady to indicate
that a remote phone (FHS-F) has been connected to the telephone circuit and the Remote Page
Jack Keyswitch on the RPJ-F has been activated for remote paging
•
Remote Microphone Page (green LED) -turns on steady to indicate active paging from Remote
Microphone
•
Remote Handset Trouble (yellow LED) - turns on steady to indicate that a fault exists on the
telephone circuit connected to TB1 of the ACC-FFT
•
Local Handset Trouble (yellow LED) - turns on steady to indicate that the local handset has a
connection fault
•
Remote Key Trouble (yellow LED) - turns on steady to indicate a remote keyswitch wiring
fault (TB2)
•
Remote Microphone Trouble (yellow LED) - turns on steady to indicate a fault on the Remote
Microphone wiring or electronics (TB3)
•
FFT 1 through FFT 24 (green LEDs) - LED for each of 24 possible remote phone circuits will
turn on if an addressable monitor module has been connected and programmed for activation
when a remote phone (FHS-F) is plugged into the corresponding Remote Page Jack (FPJ-F or
RPJ-F)
J1
1.3.8 ACC-EPM External Page Module
•
Page Active (green=active)
1.3.9 Other System LEDs (located on main circuit board and
modules)
•
AC Power (green) - main circuit board
•
Battery Trouble (yellow) - main circuit board
•
Charger Trouble (yellow) - main circuit board
•
Ground Fault (yellow) - main circuit board
•
Circuit Trouble (yellow) - Amplifier module
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Circuits
Amplifier Supervision (green) - Amplifier module
1.4 Circuits
Input Circuits - CMD1, CMD2, CMD3, CMD4 & CMD5
•
Input circuits CMD1 and CMD2 are independently field programmable to accept Notification
Appliance Circuits or normally open contacts. (IMPORTANT! When CMD1 and CMD2 are
configured for reverse polarity, the NAC cannot be Coded). Terminals are provided to allow
feed-through of the NACs, allowing placement of the ACC-25/50 Series anywhere along a
Notification Appliance Circuit. A trouble on the ACC-25/50 Series will cause relay contacts at
the out terminals of CMD1 to open, causing an NAC circuit trouble at the FACP.
NOTE: The ACC-25/50 Series will not open the out terminals while in alarm or during AC loss if
the Trouble Relay is programmed not to transfer on AC Loss conditions (refer to Switch 8 in Table
2.3 on page 34). Monitoring ACC-25/50 Series troubles while in alarm requires use of
independent trouble relay at TB1.
•
Programming CMD1 and/or CMD2 for activation on contact closure will allow activation of
the amplifiers on a normally open contact transfer to the closed condition. Contact wiring is
supervised for open conditions. A short will cause amplifier activation (contact closure).
•
Input circuits CMD3, CMD4 and CMD5 will only activate on contact closure which will allow
activation of the amplifiers on a normally open contact transfer to the closed condition.
Contact wiring is supervised for open conditions.
Audio Input Jacks
•
RCA Jack provides convenient connection to an audio source such as a tape player for
recording a new digital message. It may also be used for background music if approved by
local AHJ. Background music is prohibited during AC loss conditions to preserve battery
power.
•
PC Jack provides convenient connection to an audio source such as a personal computer for
recording a new digital message. The jack allows vertical plug-in of a standard mini-jack
cable. It may also be used for background music if approved by local AHJ. Background music
is prohibited during AC loss conditions to preserve battery power.
Output Circuits
•
Specific Application Power Output, 35 mA @ 24 VDC.
•
Main circuit provides a 24 Volt Battery Charger (up to 18 AH batteries) @ 800 mA maximum.
Master Command Output Bus
•
Normal Operating Voltage: 24 VDC regulated, filtered. Reverse Polarity Current 120 mA
maximum
•
Output reverses polarity on activation
•
All-Call Paging control bus for the Audio Command Center Distributed Audio panel (ACC25/50DA) or other Fire•Lite UL-listed audio products
Notification Appliance Circuit
•
One NAC Speaker Circuit Style Y or Style Z with each ACC-AAM25 amplifier module.
•
Four NAC Speaker Circuits Style Z or eight Style Y with ACC-ZSM (ACC-25/50ZS/T only)
Relays
•
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One Form-C Trouble Relay. Contacts are rated 2.0 amps @ 30 VDC (resistive) and 0.6 amps
@ 30 VAC (resistive)
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Product Description
•
One Form-C AC Loss Relay. Contacts are rated 2.0 amps @ 30 VDC (resistive) and 0.6 amps
30 VAC (resistive).
NOTE: The Trouble Relay can be programmed to transfer on any trouble condition including AC
Loss or on any trouble condition except AC Loss (see Switch 8 in Table 2.3 on page 34).
FC-MIM Microphone Interface Module or ACC-FFT Fire Fighter Telephone Module
•
Connector P5 provides a connection for the optional FC-MIM Microphone Interface Module
which is used to connect the FC-RM Remote Microphone to provide remote microphone
paging capabilities for the ACC-25/50 and ACC-25/50ZS (refer to Remote Microphone
Installation document #51247).
•
Connector P5 provides a cable connection to the optional ACC-FFT Fire Fighter Telephone
Module connector J2 for the ACC-25/50ZST Zone System with Telephone. The FC-MIM
module function is incorporated into the ACC-FFT module eliminating the need for the FCMIM (refer to Section “ACC-FFT Fire Fighter Telephone Module (ACC-25/50ZST Only)” on
page 55.
ACC-EPM External Page Module
•
Connector P13 provides a connection for the optional ACC-EPM External Page Module which
is used to connect external non-emergency page equipment. The electrically isolated signal
from the external equipment is not supervised by the ACC-25/50 Series panels. Alarm
condition and paging from the ACC-25/50 Series panels have priority and will override all
external page functions. To preserve battery power, non-emergency paging is prohibited
during AC loss conditions.
ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST only)
•
Connector P11 provides a connection for the ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module which is used to
annunciate and control the selection of speaker circuits. Refer to Section “ACC-ZPMK Zone
Page Module - ACS Link (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST)” on page 52.
Local Speaker
•
Connector P2 provides a connection for an optional, removable local speaker P/N: FC-LPS, to
be used for reviewing the digital message without broadcasting over the system speakers.
Figure 3.19, “Installation of Speaker Module” on page 60. This option module must be
installed to take advantage of the Playback feature. Note that The FC-LPS must be removed
after use.
1.5 Components
Main Circuit Board
Audio Amplifier
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The ACC-25/50 Series main circuit board contains the system's
CPU, tone generators, special
application auxiliary 35 mA
power output, DIP switches for
field programmable features, digital message recorder/generator,
integral microphone input and preamplifier, other primary components and wiring interface
components. One amplifier module is supplied mounted to the
Figure 1.7 Main Circuit Board
main circuit board. The ACC25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST also include one ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module and one AC-ZSM
Zone Splitter Module (refer to Figure 1.3 on page 18). The ACC-25/50ZST also includes one
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Components
ACC-FFT Fire Fighter Telephone Module (refer to Figure 1.4 on page 19). Optional modules can
be plugged in and mounted to the main circuit board. The main circuit board is delivered premounted in the cabinet.
Audio Amplifier Module [ACC-AAM25]
A single Audio Amplifier Module is installed in the ACC-25/50 Series. The amplifier provides 25
watts of power at 25 VRMS. An optional module, P/N: FC-XRM70, converts the 25 VRMS output to
70.7 VRMS. One fully supervised and power-limited speaker circuit is provided on the amplifier
module. The circuit can be wired for Style Y (Class B) or Style Z (Class A) operation.
LEDs are provided to indicate Amplifier Supervision (green indicates amplifier is functional) and
Circuit Trouble (yellow indicates field wiring fault or amplifier fault). The LEDs are only visible
with the panel door open.
Cabinet
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ACC-
The cabinet is red with an attractive navy blue front overlay. A clear window allows viewing of
status LEDs and location of microphone. The backbox measures 26.0" x 15.5" x 4.75" and provides space for two batteries (up to 18 Amp Hours). The ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST cabinets provide a clear window to view the ACC-ZPMK module which is mounted in the center left
portion of the cabinet and the ACC-FFT module which is mounted in the center right portion of the
cabinet.
ACC-25/50ZS
ACC-25/50ZST
Figure 1.8 Cabinets
Batteries
The cabinet provides space for 18 Amp Hour batteries (charged by integral Power Supply/Battery
Charger module).
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Optional Modules
Product Description
Dress Panel
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The Dress Panel is supplied standard with the system. It mounts to the cabinet with two supplied
screws. The Dress Panel protects the user from high voltages and circuit boards from accidental
damage. All system LEDs are visible with the Dress Panel installed.
Figure 1.9 Dress Panel
Trim Ring
An optional ACC-TR trim ring is available for semi-flush mounting of the audio panel.
1.6 Optional Modules
ACC-AAM25 Audio Amplifier Module
An optional second identical audio amplifier can be plugged into connector P3 located in the lower
center of the main circuit board in the ACC-25/50 Series. This amplifier also provides 25 watts of
power at 25 VRMS and can therefore be used to expand system power to 50 watts (providing dual 25
watt speaker circuits) or it can be used as a backup amplifier. An option module can also be used to
convert the 25 VRMS output to 70.7 VRMS.
NOTE: For ease of access, all wiring should be connected to the terminals on the main circuit
board terminal blocks TB5, TB6, TB9 and TB10 prior to installing the secondary Audio Amplifier
Module.
FC-XRM70 Transformer Module 70.7 VRMS
This optional module plugs into connector P1 of the Audio Amplifier Module and provides conversion from 25 VRMS to 70.7 VRMS at full rated 25 watts output power.
FC-LPS Local Playback Speaker
This optional speaker module plugs into connector P2 located in the lower right section of the
ACC-25/50 Series main circuit board. This unit allows reviewing of the digital messages locally
without broadcasting over the system speakers. The optional module must be installed in order to
take advantage of the Playback feature. It may be temporarily used to test recorded messages. A
mounting kit is included for this purpose. The FC-LPS cannot be permanently mounted in the
enclosure and must be removed after use.
FC-RM Remote Microphone
The optional microphone module FC-RM, provides general paging capabilities through the remote
microphone for an audio system. Announcements can be broadcast over the speaker circuits by
depressing the Remote Microphone keyswitch. The FC-MIM Microphone Interface Module must
be installed in the ACC-25/50 or ACC-25/50ZS audio panel for connection to the FC-RM (refer to
the FC-RM Product Installation Document #51247 for installation information).
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Product Description
Getting Started
An ACC-25/50ZST does not require an FC-MIM since the function of this module is incorporated
in the ACC-FFT Fire Fighter Telephone module which is included with the ACC-25/50ZST. The
Remote Microphone Module is connected directly to the ACC-FFT Fire Fighter Telephone module
(refer to Section “ACC-FFT Fire Fighter Telephone Module (ACC-25/50ZST Only)” on page 55.
NOTE: Paging operations initiated from within the ACC-25/50 Series main panel will override the
remote microphone.
ACC-EPM External Page Module
This optional module provides an interface to external non-emergency paging equipment. When
activated, a contact closure will switch the external paging equipment into the ACC-25/50 Series
speaker circuits if the circuits have not been activated by the ACC-25/50 Series panels for emergency use. Any emergency/fire activation or local paging will override the ACC-EPM input. Paging from non-emergency equipment is prohibited during AC loss condition to preserve battery
power.
1.7 Getting Started
This section describes the basic guidelines for setting up the various ACC-25/50 Series systems,
assuming that the speaker and FACP cabling has been installed.
1.7.1 ACC-25/50, Requiring up to 50 Watts of Audio Power
•
Install backboxes and circuit boards as described in Section 3, ”Installation” on page 42.
•
Configure the ACC-25/50 for Single Zone operation, if individual speaker circuit control is not
required, by setting DIP switch S3 switches 1, 2 and 3 on the ACC-MCB mother board. The
factory default setting is Dual Zone output control. Refer to Section 2, ”Field Programming”
on page 32.
•
Record any new voice messages as described in Section 4, ”Operating Instructions” on page
63.
1.7.2 ACC-25/50 With ACC-25/50DA(s), Requiring Greater Than 50
Watts of Audio Power
•
Connect the Audio Riser and Master Command Bus (for All-Call) cabling between the ACC25/50 and ACC-25/50DA panels. Refer to Section 5, ”Application Examples” on page 80.
•
Install backboxes and circuit boards as described in Section 3, ”Installation” on page 42.
•
Configure the ACC-25/50 for Single Zone operation using DIP switch S3 switches 1, 2 and 3
on the ACC-MCB motherboard. Refer to Section 2, ”Field Programming” on page 32. The
ACC-25/50DA DIP switches can be left at the default settings.
•
Record any new voice messages as described in Section 4, ”Operating Instructions” on page
63.
1.7.3 ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST, Requiring up to 50 Watts of
Audio Power
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•
Install backboxes and circuit boards as described in Section 3, ”Installation” on page 42.
•
Configure the ACC-25/50ZS/T for Single Zone operation using DIP switch S3 switches 1, 2
and 3 on the ACC-MCB motherboard. Refer to Section 2, ”Field Programming” on page 32.
•
Configure the ACC-ZPM Zone Page Module DIP switch S1 switches 1, 2 and 3 for operation
with the FACP. Refer to Section 2, ”Field Programming” on page 32 and Section 5,
”Application Examples” on page 80.
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•
Record any new voice messages as described in Section 4, ”Operating Instructions” on page
63.
•
Program the FACP to operate with the ACC-25/50ZS/T
 Enable the ACS serial link or ANN-BUS serial link.
 Assign audio zones where applicable (see Section D, ”Programmed Activation by FACP”
on page 105.)
 Assign message numbers (1 - 5) where applicable (see Section D, ”Programmed Activation
by FACP” on page 105).
1.7.4 ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST, Requiring Greater Than 50
Watts But Less Than 150 Watts
•
Install backboxes and circuit boards as described in Section 3, ”Installation” on page 42.
•
Configure the ACC-25/50ZS/T for Single Zone operation using DIP switch S3 switches 1, 2
and 3 on the ACC-MCB motherboard. Refer to Section 2, ”Field Programming” on page 32.
•
Configure the ACC-ZPM Zone Page Module DIP switch S1 switches 1, 2 and 3 for operation
with the FACP. Refer to Section 2, ”Field Programming” on page 32 and Section 5,
”Application Examples” on page 80.
•
Record any new voice messages as described in Section 4, ”Operating Instructions” on page
63.
•
Program the FACP to operate with the ACC-25/50ZS/T
 Enable the ACS serial link or ANN-BUS serial link.
 Assign audio zones where applicable (see Section D, ”Programmed Activation by FACP”
on page 105).
 Assign message numbers (1 - 5) where applicable (refer to Section D, ”Programmed
Activation by FACP” on page 105).
 If Remote FFT annunciation is required, assign ACC address as described in Section D,
”Programmed Activation by FACP” on page 105.
•
Connect Audio Riser and ACC Control Serial Link cabling between the ACC-25/50ZS(T) and
the ACC-25/50DAZS.
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Section 2: Field Programming
The AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50, AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50ZS, and
AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50ZST can be field programmed using option DIP switches
S1, S3 and S5 located in the upper right side of the main circuit board. It is recommended that tone
selection, message repeat cycles and background music options be reviewed and approved by the
local AHJ. The ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST also have a programming DIP switch located
on the ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module. A Remote Microphone Installed slide switch SW1 is also
located on the ACC-FFT module. Refer to the following illustrations for details on DIP switch
placement in the ON and OFF positions.
CAUTION:
STATIC SENSITIVE DEVICES
IN ORDER TO MINIMIZE RISK OF DAMAGE TO ANY CIRCUITS, DO NOT USE CONDUCTIVE TOOLS
WHEN CONFIGURING DIP SWITCHES.
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Switch 8 shown
in ON position
Switches 1 through 7
shown in OFF position
Figure 2.1 Field Programming DIP Switches for ACC-25/50, ACC-25/50ZS, & ACC-25/50ZST
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SW2 shown in position when
a 2-wire connection is made
to the telephone loop.
Switches 1 through 7
shown in OFF position
Switch 8 shown
in ON position
EIA-485 Addressing Switches
ACC-ZPMK
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ACC-25/50ZS
ACC-FFT
SW1 shown in position when a
Remote Microphone is installed
Figure 2.2 Field Programming DIP Switch for ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST Only
The following tables list the ACC-25/50 Series programmable features and the DIP switch settings
required to select a parrticular feature. A detailed description of each feature is presented in the following pages.
S1 DIP Switch
1
ON
OFF
1
Enable Temporal Pattern Tone
(switches 2 & 3 must be OFF)
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This switch works in conjunction with switch 3 to determine tone to be generated over speakers
3
1
Disable Temporal Pattern Tone (factory default)
(tone generated as selected by switches 2 & 3)
Tone transmitted before and after message transmission and as backup tone if message fails:
2 OFF, 3 OFF = Steady Tone
2 OFF, 3 ON -= Slow Whoop Tone (factory default)
2 ON, 3 OFF = Hi-Lo Tone
2 ON, 3 ON = Chime
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Enable Tone Transmission Before Message
(factory default)
Disable Tone Transmission Before Message
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Enable Tone Transmission After Message
Disable Tone Transmission After Message
(factory default)
6
This switch works in conjunction with switches 7 & 8 to determine number of times message will repeat
7
This switch works in conjunction with switches 6 & 8 to determine number of times message will repeat
8
Number of times voice message will repeat:
6 OFF, 7 OFF, 8 OFF = Tone Only, No Voice
6 ON, 7 OFF, 8 OFF = 3
6 OFF, 7 ON, 8 OFF = 4
6 ON, 7 ON, 8 OFF = 6 (factory default)
6 OFF, 7 OFF, 8 ON = 8
6 ON, 7 ON, 8 ON = Infinite (until FACP NAC is reset)
All other settings for switches 6, 7 and 8 are invalid and will default to a message repeat of 3 times
Table 2.1 S1 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Series Motherboard (ACC-MCB)
1 Tone selection applies only to Message 1 (Fire Evac). Message 2, Message 3, Message 4, and
Message 5 will output only the message.
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S5 DIP Switch
ON
OFF
1
not used
2
not used
3
Enable Background Music
1, 2
4
Disable Background Music (factory default)
not used
5
Command Input 1
Activation on Contact Closure
Command Input 1
Activation on NAC polarity reversal (factory default)3
6
Command Input 2
Activation on Contact Closure
Command Input 2
Activation on NAC polarity reversal (factory default)3
7
Record from External Audio Input Source
Record from Microphone (factory default)
8
Enable Recording of Messages
Record/Playback Key Used for Recording
Disable Recording of Messages
Record/Playback Key Used for Playback (factory default)
Table 2.2 S5 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Series Motherboard (ACC-MCB)
1 NFPA 72 requires that speakers used as alarm notification appliances on fire alarm systems not be used
for nonemergency purposes. Consult with the Local AHJ for authorization to use background music.
Only 20 watts of power can be supplied per amplifier if background music is enabled.
2 Background music is not permitted for the ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST, and is prohibited during AC
loss conditions to preserve battery power.
3 When CMD1 and CMD2 are configured for reverse polarity, the NAC cannot be Coded.
S3 DIP Switch
ON
OFF
1
This switch works in conjunction with switches 2 & 3 to determine Message Control Selection
2
This switch works in conjunction with switches 1 & 3 to determine Message Control Selection
Message Control Selections (DIP switch settings configure message length and CMD to Amplifier control):
1 OFF, 2 OFF, 3 OFF - DUAL ZONE1, 2
• 60 second message
• CMD13 = message 1 to AAM14
• CMD2 = message 1 to AAM2
• CMD3 = not used
• CMD4 = not used
• CMD5 = not used
1 ON, 2 OFF, 3 OFF - SINGLE ZONE5, 6, 7
• 30 second message
• CMD1 = message 1 to AAM1 & AAM2
• CMD2 = message 2 to AAM1 & AAM2
• CMD3 = not used
• CMD4 = not used
• CMD5 = not used
1 OFF, 2 ON, 3 OFF - SINGLE ZONE5, 8
3
• 20 second message
• CMD1 = message 1 to AAM1 & AAM2
• CMD2 = message 2 to AAM1 & AAM2
• CMD3 = message 3 to AAM1 & AAM2
• CMD4 = not used
• CMD5 = not used
1 ON, 2 ON, 3 OFF - SINGLE ZONE5, 8
• 15 second message
• CMD1 = message 1 to AAM1 & AAM2
• CMD2 = message 2 to AAM1 & AAM2
• CMD3 = message 3 to AAM1 & AAM2
• CMD4 = message 4 to AAM1 & AAM2
• CMD5 = not used
1 ON, 2 OFF, 3 ON - SINGLE ZONE5, 8
• 12 second message
• CMD1 = message 1 to AAM1 & AAM2
• CMD2 = message 2 to AAM1 & AAM2
4
• CMD3 = message 3 to AAM1 & AAM2
• CMD4 = message 4 to AAM1 & AAM2
• CMD5 = message 5 to AAM1 & AAM2
This switch works in conjunction with switch 5 to set the AC Loss Delay time
Table 2.3 S3 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Series Motherboard (ACC-MCB)
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S3 DIP Switch
ON
OFF
5
4 OFF and 5 OFF = No AC Loss Delay
4 OFF and 5 ON = 6 Hour Delay
4 ON and 5 OFF = 2 Hour Delay
4 ON and 5 ON = not used (Invalid Setting)
6
Enable All-Call during Remote Mic. Page8
Disable All-Call during Remote Mic. Page8 - factory default
7
Enable ACC-25/50ZST operation
Enable ACC-25/50 orACC-25/50ZS operation
8
Only AC Loss Relay will transfer upon an AC
loss condition.
The CMD1 & Form-C Trouble Relays will track the AC Loss
Relay and transfer upon an AC loss condition.
Table 2.3 S3 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Series Motherboard (ACC-MCB)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Dual Zone operation directs a single message to either or both amplifier circuits (factory default setting).
Dual Zone is not permitted for ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST.
CMD1 has the highest priority, CMD5 has the lowest priority.
AAM1 refers to the first ACC-AAM25 amplifier circuit and AAM2 refers to the second ACC-AAM25
amplifier circuit.
Single Zone operation directs the same message to both amplifier circuits.
CMD inputs are not used for activation when ACC-ZPMK is installed with the MS-9200UD, MS-9200UDLS
and MS-9600 Version 2.0 or later. 4.7 K End-of-Line resistors must still be connected across CMD3,
CMD4 and CMD5.
When using Distributed Audio Panels, the ACC-25/50 must be configured as single zone.
This option defaults to ON for the ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST system.
S1 DIP Switch
ON
OFF
1
This switch works in conjunction with switches 2 & 3 to configure for operation with specific FACP
2
This switch works in conjunction with switches 1 & 3 to configure for operation with specific FACP
3
1 OFF, 2 OFF, 3 OFF = No FACP, MS-9200UD version 1 or non-ACS FACP connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T(factory default setting)
1 OFF, 2 OFF, 3 ON = MS-5210UD connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
1 OFF, 2 ON, 3 OFF = MS-9200 connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
1 OFF, 2 ON, 3 ON = MS-9600 version 1 connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
1 ON, 2 OFF, 3 OFF = MS-9600 version 2 or higher connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
1 ON, 2 OFF, 3 ON = MS-9200UDLS and MS-9200UD version 2 or 3 connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
1 ON, 2 ON, 3 OFF = ANN-BUS Protocol, MS-9600LS, or MS-9200UDLS version 4 or higher, MS-5UD-3, MS-5UD7, MS-10UD-3, and MS-10UD-7 version 2 or higher connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
1 ON, 2 ON, 3 ON = future use
4
not used (future)
5
not used (must be set to OFF)
6
This switch works in conjunction with switches 7 & 8 to set the number of ACC-25/50DAZS panels connected
7
This switch works in conjunction with switches 6 & 8 to set the number of ACC-25/50DAZS panels connected
8
6 OFF, 7 OFF, 8 OFF = No ACC-25/50DAZS Distributed Audio Panels connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
6 OFF, 7 OFF, 8 ON = 1 ACC-25/50DAZS Distributed Audio Panel connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
6 OFF, 7 ON, 8 OFF = 2 ACC-25/50DAZS Distributed Audio Panels connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
6 OFF, 7 ON, 8 ON = 3 ACC-25/50DAZS Distributed Audio Panels connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
6 ON, 7 OFF, 8 OFF = 4 ACC-25/50DAZS Distributed Audio Panels connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
6 ON, 7 OFF, 8 ON = 5 ACC-25/50DAZS Distributed Audio Panels connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
Table 2.4 S1 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-ZPMK (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST)
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S1 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Series Motherboard (ACC-MCB)
2.1 S1 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Series Motherboard
(ACC-MCB)
•
Switch 1 - Temporal pattern generated per ANSI S3.41 when Switch 1 is ON and Switches 2
and 3 are OFF
OFF = No temporal pattern - tone generated as selected by Switches 2 and 3 (factory
default setting).
ON = 3 Cycles of Temporal pattern generated on steady tone. Switches 2 and 3 must be in
the OFF position.
•
Switches 2 and 3 - used to determine what tone will be transmitted over the speakers before
and after the message is transmitted as well as the backup tone to be transmitted if the digital
voice generator fails.
SWITCH
2
SWITCH
3
TONE TRANSMITTED BEFORE AND AFTER
DIGITAL VOICE MESSAGE
OFF
OFF
STEADY
OFF
ON
SLOW WHOOP (factory default)
ON
OFF
Hi-Lo
ON
ON
CHIME
Table 2.5 Switch Settings for Tones
•
Switch 4 - used to determine if the tone selected by S1 switches 2 and 3 will be generated
before the message is transmitted:
OFF = No tone before message
ON = Tone before message (factory default setting)
•
Switch 5 - used to determine if the tone selected by S1 switches 2 and 3 will be generated after
the message is transmitted:
OFF = No tone after message (factory default setting)
ON = Tone after message
NOTES: Tone Before/After only applies to Message 1 (Fire Evac). Messages 2 through 5 do not
generate a tone before or after the message.
•
Switches 6, 7 and 8 - used to determine the number of times the voice message will repeat.
SWITCH
6
SWITCH
7
SWITCH
8
NUMBER OF TIMES TO REPEAT DIGITAL VOICE
MESSAGE
OFF
OFF
OFF
Tone Only, No Voice1
ON
OFF
OFF
3
OFF
ON
OFF
4
ON
ON
OFF
6 (factory default)
OFF
OFF
ON
8
ON
ON
ON
INFINITE (until FACP trigger is reset)
All other settings for switches 6, 7 and 8 are invalid and will default to a message repeat of 3 times.
Table 2.6 Switch Settings for Message Repeat
1 Some jurisdictions require tone evacuate only. This option prevents voice
messages from being generated. Verify with local AHJ if voice message is
allowed and the number of time the message may be repeated.
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Field Programming
2.2 S5 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Series Motherboard
(ACC-MCB)
•
Switch 1 - not used
•
Switch 2 - not used
•
Switch 3 - controls whether background music can be played over the speakers from the RCA
Jack Input.
OFF = Background music disabled (factory default setting)
ON = Background music enabled
NOTES:
1. NFPA 72 requires that speakers used as alarm notification appliances on fire alarm systems not
be used for nonemergency purposes. Consult with the Local AHJ for authorization to use
background music with the AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50. Only 20 watts of power can be
supplied per amplifier if background music is enabled.
2. The AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50ZS and AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50ZST do not
support background music.
3. Background music is prohibited during AC loss conditions to preserve battery power.
•
Switch 4 - not used
•
Switch 5 - used to determine what will activate the Command Input #1.
OFF = Activation on NAC polarity reversal (factory default setting)
ON = Activation on contact closure
•
Switch 6 - used to determine what will activate the Command Input #2.
OFF = Activation on NAC polarity reversal (factory default setting)
ON = Activation on contact closure
•
Switch 7 - used to determine the source being used to record the digital voice message.
OFF = Record from Microphone (factory default setting)
ON = Record from External Audio Input (RCA Jack or mini PC Jack)
•
Switch 8 - used to enable recording of digital voice message.
OFF = Recording not permitted, Record/Playback key used for message playback (factory
default) setting)
ON = Recording permitted, Record/Playback key used to record voice message. Switch
must be restored to default setting upon completion of recording.
2.3 S3 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Motherboard (ACCMCB)
•
Switches 1, 2 and 3 - used to choose the Message Control Selections which determine how the
CMD inputs will direct the tones/messages to the ACC-AAM25 audio amplifier circuits. The
selections also determine the length of each available message.
Maximum
Length of
Each
Message
Switch
1
Switch
2
Switch
3
OFF
OFF
OFF
Dual2
Zone
60 sec.
ON
OFF
OFF
Single4
Zone
30 sec.
Mode
Audio Signal Control
CMD11
CMD2
CMD3
CMD4
CMD5
Message 1 to Message 1 to
AAM13
AAM2
not used
not used
not used
Message 1 to Message 2 to
AAM1 & 2
AAM1 & 2
not used
not used
not used
Table 2.7 Switch Settings for Message Control
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S2 - Record Bypass Switch on ACC-25/50 Series Motherboard (ACC-MCB)
Maximum
Length of
Each
Message
Audio Signal Control
Switch
1
Switch
2
Switch
3
OFF
ON
OFF
Single
Zone
20 sec.
Message 1 to Message 2 to Message 3 to
AAM1 & 2
AAM1 & 2
AAM1 & 2
ON
ON
OFF
Single
Zone
15 sec.5
Message 1 to Message 2 to Message 3 to Message 4 to
AAM1 & 2
AAM1 & 2
AAM1 & 2
AAM1 & 2
ON
OFF
ON
Single
Zone
12 sec.5
Message 1 to Message 2 to Message 3 to Message 4 to Message 5 to
AAM1 & 2
AAM1 & 2
AAM1 & 2
AAM1 & 2
AAM1 & 2
Mode
CMD11
CMD2
CMD3
CMD4
CMD5
not used
not used
not used
Table 2.7 Switch Settings for Message Control
1 CMD1 has the highest priority, CMD5 has the lowest priority.
2 Dual Zone operation directs a single message to either or both amplifier circuits (factory default setting)
3 AAM1 refers to the first ACC-AAM25 amplifier circuit and AAM2 refers to the second ACC-AAM25 amplifier
circuit.
4 Single Zone operation directs the same message to both amplifier circuits.
5 The factory default evacuation message (length = 17 seconds) must be re-recorded to fit into this time slot.
•
Switch 4 - used in conjunction with Switch 5 to select AC Loss Delay time.
•
Switch 5 - used in conjunction with Switch 4 to select AC Loss Delay time:
4 OFF and 5 OFF = No AC Loss Delay - immediate reporting (factory default)
4 OFF and 5 ON = 6 hour delay
4 ON and 5 OFF = 2 hour delay
4 ON and 5 ON = not used (invalid setting)
•
Switch 6 - used for All-Call Paging from Remote Microphone
OFF = disable All-Call paging during page from Remote Microphone (factory default
setting)
ON = enable All-Call paging during page from Remote Microphone
•
Switch 7 - used to select audio panel configuration
OFF = ACC-25/50 or ACC-25/50ZS
ON = ACC-25/50ZST
•
Switch 8 - used to enable/disable transferring of Trouble Relay/CMD1 trouble contacts during
AC loss
OFF = CMD1 & Trouble Relay contacts track the AC Loss Relay and transfer upon AC
loss condition
ON = Only the AC Loss Relay contacts will transfer upon AC loss condition
2.4 S2 - Record Bypass Switch on ACC-25/50 Series
Motherboard (ACC-MCB)
RECORD
BYPASS
RECORD
BYPASS
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This switch, when placed in the down position, prevents accidental erasure of stored voice messages. See “Record/Playback Button - Record Customized Messages” on page 64 for additional
information.
UP Position = The stored digital voice message may be overwritten with
a new one.
Down Position = The stored digital voice message can not be
overwritten (factory default setting).
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S4 - Battery Charger Switch on ACC-25/50 Series Motherboard
Field Programming
2.5 S4 - Battery Charger Switch on ACC-25/50 Series
Motherboard
This switch controls whether the ACC-25/50 Series will charge the system batteries or if an external battery charger will be used.
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Right Position (as shown) = ACC-25/50 Series charges batteries.
Left Position = External battery charger is being used to charge
batteries.
NOTES: The ACC-25/50 Series still indicates battery fault conditions even when internal battery
charger is not used.
2.6 SW1 - Remote Microphone Installed Switch on ACC-FFT
This switch is used to indicate if the remote microphone is connected to the ACC-FFT module.
REMOTE MIC. INSTALLED
SW1
Right Position = Remote Microphone is not connected
Left Position (as illustrated) = Remote Microphone is connected to ACCFFT (TB1)
NOTES: If SW1 is set to the left position and the Remote Microphone is not installed, a fault
condition will be indicated.
2.7 SW2 - 2 Wire/4 Wire Connection on Telephone Loop
This switch is used to configure 2 Wire (Class B) or 4 Wire (Class A) connections to the telephone
loop.
SW2
2 WIRE
4 WIRE
Up Position (as illustrated) = 2 Wire (Class B) connection to phone loop which
will requires a 4.7K End-of-Line Resistor.
Down Position - 4 Wire (Class A) connection.
CONNECTION
2.8 ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC25/50ZST)
The ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module has a DIP switch S1 for field programming the ACC-25/50ZS
and ACC-25/50ZST and two rotary address switches S2 and S3 which are used to set the EIA-485
address of the module for communication with an FACP over the ACS link.
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ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST)
2.8.1 S1 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-ZPMK
•
Switches 1, 2 and 3 are used to configure the ACC-25/50ZS/T for operation with a specific
FACP as shown in the following table:
SWITCH
1
SWITCH
2
SWITCH
3
CONFIGURED FOR OPERATION WITH FOLLOWING FIRE ALARM
CONTROL PANEL
OFF
OFF
OFF
MS-9200UD version 1 or non-ACS/ANN-BUS FACP connected
(factory default setting)
OFF
OFF
ON
ACS Protocol: MS-5210UD
OFF
ON
OFF
ACS Protocol: MS-9200
OFF
ON
ON
ACS Protocol: MS-9600 version 1
ON
OFF
OFF
ACS Protocol: MS-9600 version 2
ON
OFF
ON
ACS Protocol: MS-9200UDLS or MS-9200UD version 2 or 3
ON
ON
OFF
ANN-BUS Protocol:
MS-9600LS Version 4 or higher
MS-9200UDLS Version 4 or higher
MS-5UD-3, MS-5UD-7, MS-10UD-3 & MS-10UD-7 Version 2 or higher
ON
ON
ON
future use
Table 2.8 FACP Configuration
•
Switch 4 - not used (future)
•
Switch 5 - not used (must be set to OFF)
•
Switches 6, 7 and 8 - used to set the number of ACC-25/50DAZS Distributed Audio Panels
connected to the ACC-25/50ZS or 25/50ZST as shown in the following table:
SWITCH
6
SWITCH
7
SWITCH
8
NUMBER OF ACC-25/50DAZS DISTRIBUTED AUDIO PANELS
CONNECTED TO ACC-25/50ZS or 25/50ZST
OFF
OFF
OFF
No ACC-25/50DAZS panel connected
OFF
OFF
ON
1 ACC-25/50DAZS panel connected
OFF
ON
OFF
2 ACC-25/50DAZS panels connected
OFF
ON
ON
3 ACC-25/50DAZS panels connected
ON
OFF
OFF
4 ACC-25/50DAZS panels connected
ON
OFF
ON
5 ACC-25/50DAZS panels connected
ON
ON
OFF
invalid
ON
ON
ON
invalid
Table 2.9 Quantity of ACC-25/50DAZS Panels Connected
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ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST)
Field Programming
2.8.2 S2 and S3 Addressing Rotary Switches
Two addressing switches are located at the bottom right of the ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module.
The switches are used to set the ACS (EIA-485) address of the ACC-ZPMK to allow communication between it and the FACP. This communication link allows the FACP to control speaker zones
under program control.
Figure 2.3 ACC-ZPMK Addressing Switches
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The ACC-ZPMK must be set to address 01 to communicate with the FACP. To set the address, use
a small nononductive flat-blade screw driver to turn the switch dial so the arrow points to the correct address number. The factory default setting is S3 = 0 and S2 = 0. The following illustration
shows the switches set for address 01 with S3 (Tens) set to 0 and S2 (Ones) set to 1.
2.9 ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC25/50ZST)
Two switches on the ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module are used to configure the speaker circuits
connected to it.
SW1 - used to configure the circuits for split amplifier application. Setting the switch to the
AAM 1 & 2 position directs the audio from Amplifier 1 to the first two Class A circuits or first
four Class B circuits, and the audio from Amplifier 2 to the next two Class A circuits or next
four Class B circuits. Setting the switch to the AAM1 position sends the audio from Amplifier
1 to all circuits.
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SW2 - used to configure all circuits for Class A (Style Z) or Class B (Style Y) operation.
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SW2, which is shown in the Class B position,
configures all circuits for Class B (Style Y)
wiring. This is the factory default setting.
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SW1, which is shown in the AAM 1 & AAM 2
position is set for split amplifier operation.
Note that the factory default setting is AAM1
only for single amplifier operation.
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Section 3: Installation
3.1 Mounting Options
The cabinet may be surface mounted. The door is
removable during the installation period by opening and
lifting it off the hinges. The cabinet mounts using two
key slots at the top of the backbox and two additional
0.250" diameter holes located at the bottom.
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Carefully unpack the system and check for shipping
damage. Mount the cabinet in a clean, dry, vibration-free
area where extreme temperatures are not encountered.
The area should be readily accessible with sufficient
room to easily install and maintain the panel. Locate the
top of the cabinet approximately five feet above the floor
with the hinge mounting on the right. Determine the
number of conductors required for the devices to be
installed. Sufficient knockouts are provided for wiring
convenience. Select the appropriate knockout(s) and
pull the required conductors into the box. Note that
Figure 3.1 ACC-25/50ZS Cabinet
knockouts are also located on the back of the cabinet.
All wiring should be in accordance with the National and/or Local codes for fire alarm systems.
3.2 Backbox Installation
Surface Mounting
!
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CAUTION:
STATIC SENSITIVE COMPONENTS
THE CIRCUIT BOARD CONTAINS STATIC-SENSITIVE COMPONENTS. ALWAYS GROUND
YOURSELF WITH A PROPER WRIST STRAP BEFORE HANDLING ANY BOARDS SO THAT
STATIC CHARGES ARE REMOVED FROM THE BODY. USE STATIC SUPPRESSIVE PACKAGING TO PROTECT ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLIES.
1.
Open the door and lift the door off the pin hinges.
2.
Remove the main circuit board and transformer from the backbox before installation. Set the
board and transformers aside in a safe, clean place. Avoid static discharge which may damage
static sensitive components on the board.
3.
Mark and predrill holes for the top two backbox keyhole mounting bolts using the dimensions
shown.
4.
Install two upper fasteners in the wall with the screw heads protruding.
5.
Using the upper 'keyholes', mount the backbox over the two screws.
6.
Mark and drill the lower two holes.
7.
Install the remaining fasteners and tighten all fasteners to complete backbox mounting.
8.
Carefully reinstall the main circuit board and transformer, using appropriate precautions to
prevent damage to components due to static discharge.
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Draw wires through the respective knockout locations.
Back
of
Box
Top
Right Side
Left Side
Back
of
Box
Back
of
Box
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Hinge
Hinge
Bottom
Figure 3.2 Cabinet Dimensions & Knockout Locations
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Backbox Installation
Backbox = 4.75” (12.07 cm)
with Door = 4.8” (12.19 cm)
Backbox = 4.22”
(10.71 cm)
with Door = 4.8”
(12.19 cm)
Backbox = 15.5” (39.37 cm)
with Door = 15.78” (40.08 cm)
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Backbox = 26.0” (66.04 cm)
with Door = 26.17” (66.48 cm)
Figure 3.3 ACC-25/50 Series Backbox and Battery Box
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3.2.1 Transformer Installation
!
CAUTION:
DISCONNECT POWER
BEFORE INSTALLING ANY MODULES OR CABLES, MAKE CERTAIN ALL POWER (AC AND DC)
HAS BEEN REMOVED.
1.
Locate two threaded mounting studs and two mounting slots in the bottom left corner of the
backbox (refer to backbox illustration below).
2.
Position the Transformer Assembly with the bottom mounting brackets in the mounting slots
and the top brackets on mounting studs, with cable assembly oriented to the top as illustrated
below.
3.
Secure the Transformer to the studs with the two supplied nuts. Do not tighten one of the nuts
until the next step.
4.
Connect a wire from a solid earth ground to one of the Transformer mounting studs and tighten
the nut. This connection is necessary in order to provide proper lightning and transient
protection for the panel.
5.
Plug Transformer cable assembly into connector P1 which is located in the lower left side of
the main circuit board. Note that the Transformer cable connector is keyed to prevent incorrect
connection.
6.
Complete the installation by connecting the AC power wires to Hot, Neutral and Earth
terminals of TB3 on the main circuit board.
7.
If batteries are being used, connect the batteries (18 AH maximum) to connector P10 located to
the bottom left of the main circuit board.
8.
Apply power to the panel.
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Operating Power
P1 Connector Transformer
P10 Connector - Battery
AC Terminal TB3
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Transformer Assembly
Backbox
Main Circuit Board
Mounting Studs
Transformer Mounting Studs
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Transformer Mounting Slots
Figure 3.4 Installation of Power Supply Transformer
3.3 Operating Power
!
WARNING: RISK OF EQUIPMENT DAMAGE AND PERSONAL INJURY
SEVERAL DIFFERENT SOURCES OF POWER CAN BE CONNECTED TO THIS PANEL. DISCONNECT ALL SOURCES OF POWER BEFORE SERVICING. THE PANEL AND ASSOCIATED
EQUIPMENT MAY BE DAMAGED BY REMOVING AND/OR INSERTING CARDS, MODULES OR
INTERCONNECTING CABLES WHILE THIS UNIT IS ENERGIZED. BE SURE TO OBSERVE
PROPER GROUNDING AND HANDLING PROCEDURES.
AC Power and Earth Ground Connection
Primary power source for the ACC-25/50, ACC-25/50ZS, and ACC-25/50ZST is 120 VAC, 60 Hz,
1.5 amps. Overcurrent protection for this circuit must comply with Article 760 of the National
Electrical Code (NEC) and/or local codes. Make certain that the AC mains circuit breaker is off
before making any wiring connections between the mains and the panel. Run a pair of wires (with
ground conductor) from the protected premises main breaker box to TB3 of the main circuit board.
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Installation
Use 14 AWG (1.6 mm O.D.) or heavier gauge wire with 600V insulation. No other equipment may
be connected to this circuit and it may not contain any power disconnect devices. A separate Earth
Ground connection must be made to ensure proper panel operation and lightning and transient protection. Connect the Earth Ground wire (minimum 14 AWG) to one of the transformer mounting
studs. Do not use conduit for the Earth Ground connection since this does not provide reliable protection.
Secondary Power Source (Batteries)
!
WARNING: RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY
BATTERY CONTAINS SULFURIC ACID WHICH CAN CAUSE SEVERE BURNS TO THE SKIN
AND EYES AND CAN DESTROY FABRICS. IF CONTACT IS MADE WITH SULFURIC ACID,
IMMEDIATELY FLUSH THE SKIN OR EYES WITH WATER FOR 15 MINUTES AND SEEK IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION.
Observe polarity when connecting the batteries. Connect the battery cable to P10 on the main circuit board, using the plug-in connector and cable provided. The battery charger is current-limited
and capable of recharging sealed lead acid type batteries (See Figure 3.5 for battery orientation).
The charger shuts off when the system is in alarm. page 98 for calculation of the correct battery rating.
VAC
Hot (black)
Neutral (white)
Ground (green)
Connect Earth Ground
wire to ground stud
ACC-ZSM Mounting Bracket
red
two 12 VDC
batteries
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Figure 3.5 Operating Power Connections
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3.4 Auxiliary DC Power Output Connections
The Special Application Auxiliary DC power output is power-limited.
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Special Application Power (35 mA @ 24 VDC) is nonresettable power suitable for
powering control modules and End-of Line Power supervision relays. See Device
Compatibility Document for compatible devices.
Figure 3.6 Auxiliary Power Connection
3.5 Input/Initiating Circuits
The ACC-25/50 Series has five Command Input circuits, which are used to activate the panel
amplifiers which, in turn, transmit an audio signal over the system speakers. All field wiring for
the circuits is power-limited and supervised for opens and ground faults. Note that zero impedance
to ground will cause a ground fault.
CMD1 and CMD2 Command Input circuits can be independently field programmed to be triggered
by a contact closure or by the reverse polarity of a Notification Appliance Circuit.
IMPORTANT! When CMD1 and CMD2 are configured for reverse polarity, the NAC cannot be
Coded.
Input and output terminals are provided for CMD1 and CMD2 to allow placement of the ACC25/50 Series anywhere along a Notification Appliance Circuit allowing nondedicated use of host
FACP NAC for triggering. CMD1 has relay contacts (maximum current 2.0 amps) before the out
terminals which will open the outgoing NAC circuit during a ACC-25/50 trouble condition (AC
loss is programmable as described for switch 8 in Table 2.3 on page 34). This causes a NAC trou-
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ble at the host FACP. Note that CMD1 and CMD2 configurations can be independently set so that
both circuits are triggered by the same type of input or by different types of inputs (see Figure 3.7
on page 49).
Host FACP
NAC
Style Z (Class A)
alarm polarities shown
Class B (Style B) Contact Closure trigger input. (4.7K,
1/4 watt EOL Resistors P/N: 27072)
FACP EOL Resistor
(for Style Y - Class B only)
Polarized Strobe
Polarized Strobe
Polarized Strobe
Polarized Strobe
Polarized Strobe
Polarized Strobe
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NAC reverse polarity trigger
(alarm polarity shown)
AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50 Series Voice Evacuation
Control Panel
Figure 3.7 Command Input Circuits
CMD3, CMD4 and CMD5 Command Input circuits are triggered by a contact closure only. Each
Command input will activate various messages and amplifiers depending on the Message Control
selection configured by S3 DIP switches 1, 2 and 3 (see Table 2.7 on page 37).
3.6 Output Circuits
3.6.1 Master Command Bus Output
The Master Command Output is a 24 VDC reverse polarity output (TB6) which can be used as an
All-Call trigger for the Audio Command Center Distributed Audio panel. Refer to the ACC25/50DA manual, Document #52265 for additional information. The Master Command Output
may activate during emergency or nonemergency paging. See “S3 DIP Switch Settings on ACC25/50 Motherboard (ACC-MCB)” on page 37.
When connecting the Master Command Output of the main panel to the Master Command Inputs of
other devices, the wiring must be supervised by a 4.7K EOL resistor connected across the out terminals of Master Command Input #1 on the last panel for Style Y (Class B) installations. For Style
Z (Class A) installations, connect the return wires to the A+ and A- terminals on TB6.
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In Example 1 illustrated below, the ACC-25/50 Series panel will trigger the ACC-25/50DA(s)
when All-Call is activated for emergency or general paging.
Style Z (Class A)
Activated when the AllCall button, remote
microphone key or
External Page Module
is pressed (single zone
configuration only)
(Alarm polarities shown)
Master CMD
Bus In/Out
Master CMD
Bus In/Out
ACC-25/50DA
ACC-25/50DA
Master CMD
Output Bus
ACC-25/50 Series
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4.7K
P/N: 27072
Figure 3.8 Example 1 - Activating Multiple ACC-25/50DAs with Master CMD Output Bus
The maximum line resistance from the main ACC-25/50 Series to the last ACC-25/50DA is 200
ohms (100 ohms per conductor).
Activated when the All-Call button,
remote microphone key or External
Page Module is pressed (single
zone configuration only)
Relay Energized LED
Master ACC-25/50 Series
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SPDT Contacts
10 amps @ 115 VAC
Relays may be used to activate an FACP initiating circuit.
CAUTION! All wiring to relay must be in same room within
20 feet of FACP and in conduit.
Figure 3.9 Example 2 - Activating MR-101C (or MR-201C) with Master CMD Output Bus
The MR-101C (one Form-C relay) and MR-201C (two Form-C relays), which are manufactured by
Air Products and Controls, include an enclosure.
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3.6.2 Trouble Relay - TB1
TB1
Note: Relay connections may be power-limited or
nonpower-limited, provided that 0.25” spacing is
maintained between conductors of power-limited
and nonpower-limited circuits. Refer to Section “UL
Power-limited Wiring Requirements” on page 56.
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The main circuit board provides a Form-C Trouble relay, for independent monitoring, rated for 2.0
amps @ 30 VDC (resistive) and 0.6 amp @ 30 VAC (resistive). This relay is ‘fail safe’, meaning
that it is normally energized. Should system power shut off, this relay will deenergize, transferring
its contacts. The Trouble Relay can be programmed to track the AC Loss Relay and transfer on AC
loss conditions or ignore AC loss conditions (refer to switch 8 in Table 2.3 on page 34).
Shown in energized,
nontrouble condition
Figure 3.10 Trouble Relay
3.6.3 AC Power Loss Relay - TB7
Note: Relay connections may be power-limited
or nonpower-limited, provided that 0.25”
spacing is maintained between conductors of
power-limited and nonpower-limited circuits.
Refer to Section “UL Power-limited Wiring
Requirements” on page 56.
TB7
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The main circuit board provides a Form-C AC Power Loss relay rated for 2.0 amps @ 30 VDC
(resistive) and 0.6 amps @ 30 VAC (resistive).
Shown in energized,
normal AC Power condition
Figure 3.11 AC Power Loss Relay
3.6.4 Notification Appliance Circuit (Speakers)
Each Amplifier Module provides one Notification Appliance Circuit for speakers. The circuit can
be wired Style Y (Class B) or Style Z (Class A). Each supervised and power-limited circuit is capable of 25 watts of power. The maximum total capacitance for each speaker circuit cannot exceed
250 uF. Refer to the Fire•Lite Device Compatibility Document for a listing of compatible speakers.
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CAUTION:
OBSERVE POLARITY
MATCH PROPER POLARITY CONNECTIONS TO FIELD WIRING AND SPEAKERS. POLARITY
SHOWN IS IN THE STANDBY AND ALARM CONDITIONS.
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Style Z (Class A) Circuit
ELR Resistor required for
Style Y - Class B only
4.75K, 1 watt, P/N:75470
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Shield
Figure 3.12 Speaker Circuit Connections
Shielded cable is not required, however, shielded cable will reduce RFI/EMI emissions and susceptibility. For additional information, refer to “Wiring Requirements” on page 104.
3.6.5 ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module - ACS Link (ACC-25/50ZS &
ACC-25/50ZST)
The ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module provides push button control and annunciation of the speaker
circuits connected to the ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module. The LEDs associated with each speaker
circuit will display the circuit status, indicating when the circuit has been manually activated or disabled as well as circuit troubles. In addition, they will indicate speaker activation under FACP program control. In order to provide program control, an ACS (EIA-485) link must be established
between the ACC-ZPMK and FACP. This is accomplished by wiring TB1 on the Zone Page Mod-
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ule to the ACS terminal on the FACP. Circuit wiring requires a ferrite bead as illustrated in Figure
3.13.
Note that the ACC-ZPMK must be set to address 01 in order to communicate with the FACP.
Ferrite Bead
Style Z (Class A) return from last
ACC-25/50DAZS, if installed.
To ACC-25/50DAZS
panel(s) if installed
To Other
ACS
Devices
Located
Down
Stream
To FACP
ACS Terminal
+ + - -
+ + - 1 2 3 4
DIP Switches 6, 7 and 8 are used to
set the number of ACC-25/50DAZS
panels installed [see Section 2.8,
”ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module
(ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST)” on
page 39]
TB1
FACP
Zone 1
ACC
Zone 13
Zone 2
Zone 14
Zone 3
Zone 15
Zone 4
Zone 16
Zone 5
Zone 17
Zone 6
Zone 18
Zone 7
Zone 19
Zone 8
Zone 20
Zone 9
Zone 21
Zone 10
Zone 22
Zone 11
Zone 23
Zone 12
Zone 24
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TB2
Address 01
Set S2 = 1
Set S3 = 0
ACC-ZPMK
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Large gauge wire should be looped
through bead at least once as
illustrated. Smaller gauge wire can
be looped more often
Ferrite Bead in open position
Ferrite Bead in closed position
Figure 3.13 Zone Page Module
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3.6.6 ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC25/50ZST)
The ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module provides connections for four Style Z (Class A) or eight
Style Y (Class B) speaker circuits. Circuits are configured by setting switch SW2 on the ACCZSM to the Class A or Class B position (refer to Section “ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module
(ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST)” on page 41).
CAUTION! For correct supervision in the split amplifier configuration, ACC-ZSM TB2 pins 1 & 2
must connect to ACC-AAM25 #1 and ACC-ZSM TB9 pins 1 & 2 must connect to ACC-AAM25 #2
To TB1 pins 3 & 4 on To TB1 pins 3 & 4
on ACC-AAM25 #2
ACC-AAM25 #1
4.75K, 1 watt resistor,
P/N: 27589 required
when ACC-AAM25 is
connected to terminals.
ELR Resistor required for
Style Y (Class B) only
4.75K, 1 watt, P/N:75470
Class B (Style Y) Wiring
SW1 shown set for
Split Amplifier
operation, where TB1
& TB2 are driven by
ACC-AAM25 #1 and
TB5 & TB6 are driven
by ACC-AAM25 #2.
Dummy load all unused
circuits with 4.75K, 1
watt resistor, P/N: 27589
when configured for
Class B wiring.
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SW2 shown set
for Class B wiring
Class A (Style Z) Wiring
Jumper all unused circuits (+ to + and - to -)
when configured for Class A wiring.
Figure 3.14 Zone Splitter Module
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3.6.7 ACC-FFT Fire Fighter Telephone Module (ACC-25/50ZST
Only)
The ACC-FFT provides connection for a single Style Y (Class B) or Style Z (Class A) telephone
audio circuit. In addition, a terminal block is provided for connection to an FC-RM Remote Microphone module. A terminal block is also provided for connection to the Keyswitch on an RPJ-F
Remote Page Jack which allows remote paging by a Remote Telephone (FHS-F). If an addressable
FACP is installed, a monitor module can be used to monitor the connection of Fire-Fighter Telephones (FHS-F) into the FPJ-F or RPJ-F, which is then displayed on the ACC-FFT keypad.
P1
LED 2
TB1
shield
TB2
LED 1
3
2
1
3
2
1
4.7K, ½ watt ELR
P/N 27072 (install on
last device for Style Y
[Class B] circuit only)
4.7K, ½ watt ELR
P/N 27072 (install on
last device)
FC-RM
Style Z (Class A) return
RPJ-F
+ Keyswitch
1 3
2 2
3 1
TB2
TB1
J2
- Keyswitch
PWR
GRND
+ Audio
- Audio
earth
+ Audio
- Audio
1 2 3 4 5 6
TB3
1 2
TB2
1 2 3 4 5 6
TB1
yellow
violet
minimonitor
module
red
black
to SLC
SW1
J1
FHS-F
FPJ-F
1 3
2 2
3 1
TB2
TB1
yellow
violet
minimonitor
module
red black
to SLC
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FFT 13
FFT 14
FFT 15
FFT 16
FFT 17
FFT 18
FFT 19
FFT 20
FFT 21
FFT 22
FFT 23
FFT 24
FFT 1
FFT 2
FFT 3
FFT 4
FFT 5
FFT 6
FFT 7
FFT 8
FFT 9
FFT 10
FFT 11
FFT 12
ACC-FFT
Figure 3.15 ACC-FFT Fire Fighter Telephone Module
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UL Power-limited Wiring Requirements
3.7 UL Power-limited Wiring Requirements
Power-limited and nonpower-limited circuit wiring must remain separated in the cabinet. All
power-limited circuit wiring must remain at least 0.25" away from any nonpower-limited circuit
wiring. Furthermore, all power-limited and nonpower-limited circuit wiring must enter and exit the
cabinet through different knockouts and/or conduits. A typical wiring diagram for the
AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50 with two speaker circuits is shown below.
Figure 3.16 Typical Wiring Diagram for UL Power-limited Requirements
Nonpower-limited Circuit
Power-limited Circuit
Nonpower-limited Circuit
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3.8 Installation of Option Modules
3.8.1 Audio Amplifier Module (ACC-AAM25)
The optional audio amplifier module is identical to the module provided with the factory standard
panel configuration. It can be used to provide a second 25 watt speaker circuit, increasing the total
ACC-25/50 power to 50 watts, or it can be used as a backup amplifier. LEDs on the amplifier module are for Amp Supervision (green - indicates amp functional) and Circuit Trouble (yellow - indicates wiring fault or amplifier fail). Connector J1 of the audio amplifier module plugs into
connector P3 located at the bottom center of the main circuit board.
!
CAUTION:
DISCONNECT POWER
BEFORE INSTALLING ANY MODULES OR CABLES, MAKE CERTAIN ALL POWER (AC AND DC)
HAS BEEN REMOVED AND BE SURE TO OBSERVE PROPER GROUNDING AND HANDLING
PROCEDURES.
1.
For ease of access, all wiring should be connected to the terminals on the main circuit board
terminal blocks TB1, TB9 and TB10 prior to installing the secondary Audio Amplifier
Module.
2.
Remove mounting screw shown, from the main circuit board, and save (refer to illustration
below).
3.
Install one supplied metal standoff in location from which mounting screw was removed in
Step 2.
4.
Install the Audio Amplifier Module by carefully aligning the amplifier's J1 connector with the
P3 connector on the main circuit board. Press the Module securely into place making certain
not to bend or break any connector pins.
5.
Secure the Audio Amplifier Module with the supplied screws plus the screw removed in Step
2. It is important to secure the module with the metal screws in order to help protect against
electrical transients.
6.
Configure the Audio Amplifier for primary or backup amplifier operation by setting switch S1
on the amplifier:
(1) Position switch S1 in the DOWN position for primary operation which adds the new
amplifier's 25 watts to total system power (50 watts total).
(2) Position switch S1 in the UP 'Backup On' position to configure the amplifier as a
backup in the event the primary amplifier fails. Also for ACC-25/50ZS & ACC25/50ZST: position switch SW1 on the ACC-ZSM board to the AAM1 position for single
amplifier circuit operation.
7.
Check to make certain the factory installed jumpers are in place on P1 of the Audio Amplifier
Module(s). Do not remove unless installing the FC-XRM70 Transformer Module. See
Figure 3.18 on page 59 for more information.
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8.
Connect field wiring to newly installed amplifier. Refer to Figure 3.12 on page 52 for
illustration of speaker connections if amplifier is being used to expand system power to 50
watts (i.e. providing dual 25 watt speaker circuits). Figure 5.2 on page 82 for illustration of
connections if amplifier is being used as a backup.
ACC-AAM25 Audio Amplifier
Module - to connector P3 of
the main circuit board
(Steps 4 & 5)
Switch S1 Backup select
(Step 6)
Do not remove jumpers
unless installing FCXRM70 Module (Step 7)
Factory installed
metal standoff
(Steps 2 & 5)
Remove mounting screw and
install supplied Metal Standoff
(Steps 2, 3, & 5)
ACC-AAM25 Audio
Amplifier Module factory supplied on
connector P4 of the
main circuit board
Amp
Supervision
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Circuit
Trouble
Amplifier J1 to main circuit board P3 (Step 4)
Factory installed metal standoff (Steps 2 & 5)
Figure 3.17 Installation of Optional Audio Amplifier
3.8.2 70.7 VRMS Transformer Module (FC-XRM70)
The 70.7 VRMS Transformer Module can be used to convert the 25 VRMS amplifiers for installations
where 70.7 VRMS speakers already exist or are to be installed. Speaker wiring continues to be
supervised during standby, alarm and while background music is playing when transformer is
installed. Transformer connector J1 connects to amplifier connector P1.
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DISCONNECT POWER
BEFORE INSTALLING ANY MODULES, MAKE CERTAIN ALL POWER (AC AND DC) HAS BEEN
REMOVED.
1.
Carefully remove the ACC-AAM25 Audio Amplifier Module(s) from the main circuit board.
Figure 3.17 on page 58 for installation procedures and reverse the steps.
2.
Install the three standoffs supplied with the FC-XRM70 Module by inserting each supplied
screw into the three holes on the solder side of the ACC-AAM25 Audio Amplifier Module(s).
Secure each standoff in place with the screws. Refer to Figure 3.18 for the location of the
mounting holes.
3.
Reinstall the Audio Amplifier Module(s) following the procedure accompanying Figure 3.17.
4.
Remove the two factory installed jumpers from connector P1 of the Audio Amplifier
Module(s). Refer to the illustration in Figure 3.18.
5.
Carefully align the J1 connector on the FC-XRM70 Transformer Module(s) with the P1
connector on the Audio Amplifier Module and press securely into place. Make certain the pins
are properly aligned to prevent bending or breaking of pins.
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Installation
Secure the FC-XRM70 Transformer Module(s) to the Audio Amplifier Module(s) with the
supplied screws.
ACC-AAM25 Audio
Amplifier Module
Position standoff
(Step 2)
ACC-AAM25
Audio Amplifier
Module
Two Factory Installed Jumpers on P1 of Each
Amplifier Module Must be Removed to Install
the 70.7 VRMS Transformer (Step 4)
Install standoff
(Step 2)
Solder side
Secure with
screw (Step 2)
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Install Standoff in
Mounting hole
(Step 2)
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Install Standoffs in
Mounting holes (Step 2)
FC-XRM70
Transformer Module
Figure 3.18 70.7 VRMS Transformer Module Installation
3.8.3 Local Playback Speaker Module (FC-LPS)
The Local Playback Speaker Module can be used to monitor the recorded digital message without
transmitting the message over the system speakers. The speaker module plugs into P2 of the main
circuit board. This optional module is necessary to take advantage of the Playback feature.
The Speaker Module is connected by simply plugging the module connector into P2 of the main
circuit board. The Speaker Module may be temporarily installed during the test period by using the
supplied mounting hardware.
1.
Remove the main circuit board mounting screw located on the bottom center of the board.
Refer to the illustration below.
2.
Install the supplied metal standoff in the mounting hole just vacated in Step 1 and screw
standoff into place.
3.
Position the FC-LPS mounting bracket hole over the standoff and secure with screw removed
in Step 1.
4.
Plug the FC-LPS Local Playback Speaker Module's polarized connector into connector P2 on
the main circuit board. P2 is located on the bottom right of the main circuit board near the
Control/Indicator panel.
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When testing is completed, remove the FC-LPS and standoff and reinstall the screw. The
FC-LPS is not approved for permanent connection.
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5.
Install FC-LPS Speaker
Module on metal
standoff (Step 3)
Plug Speaker Module Cable
into connector P2 (Step 4)
Remove mounting screw from main
circuit board and install metal
standoff (Steps 1 and 2)
Main Circuit Board
(Step 3) Install Speaker Module
and secure with screw
(Step 2) Install one metal
standoff by screwing into place
Main Circuit Board
Main Circuit Board
Speaker
Module
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(Step 1) Remove the mounting screw
from bottom center of main circuit board
Figure 3.19 Installation of Speaker Module
3.8.4 ACC-EPM External Page Module
The ACC-EPM External Page Module can be used to interface an existing nonemergency page system with the ACC-25/50 Series panels. The connection is not supervised and the external page system will have the lowest priority which allows the ACC-25/50 Series to override all non-fire
paging. Paging from non-emergency equipment is prohibited during AC loss conditions to preserve battery power.
The External Page Module is installed by plugging the module into connector P13 which is located
in the top right corner of the main circuit board.
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DISCONNECT POWER
BEFORE INSTALLING ANY MODULES, MAKE CERTAIN ALL POWER (AC AND DC) HAS BEEN
REMOVED.
1.
Carefully align the J1 connector on the ACC-EPM module with the P13 connector on the main
circuit board and press securely into place. Make certain the pins are properly aligned to
prevent bending or breaking of pins.
2.
Secure the ACC-EPM module to the main circuit board standoff with the supplied screw.
3.
Wire the external paging system to Terminal TB1 on the ACC-EPM. Refer to the
documentation supplied with the external paging system to ensure proper connection.
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Installation
Test the system to ensure proper operation.
Contact closure from external page system
From external page system audio (600, 700 mVRMS)
1 2 3 4
J1 connector
on ACC-EPM
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P13 Connector on
main circuit board
ACC-25/50 Series Main Circuit Board
Figure 3.20 ACC-EPM External Page Module Installation
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Section 4: Operating Instructions
4.1 Switch Functions
4.1.1 Single Zone Operation (ACC-25/50, ACC-25/50ZS,
ACC-25/50ZST)
•
POWER ON
AUDIO ON/OFF
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
MESSAGE 1
ALL-CALL:
– used to select All Call function when ACC25/50 Series is programmed for Single Zone
operation. Selecting this button also activates
the Master Command Bus, which is used to
trigger Distributed Audio Panels. Single Zone
operation directs the same message to all
speaker circuits (S3 DIP switches 1, 2 and 3
set to one of the valid options other than all
OFF)
•
ALL-CALL
MESSAGE 2
MESSAGE
TROUBLE
GENERATOR
TONE
GENERATOR
TROUBLE
MESSAGE 3
MICROPHONE
TROUBLE
MESSAGE 4
RECORD
PLAYBACK
MESSAGE 5
TROUBLE
SILENCE
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Figure 4.1 depicts Single Zone operation with the
maximum capacity of five messages. Single Zone
may be configured for two to five message control
(refer to Section 2, ”Field Programming” on page
32).
Figure 4.1 Controls and Indicators
Single Zone Operation
AUDIO ON/OFF:
– used to indicate that audio is on when ACC-25/50 Series is programmed for Single Zone
operation (S3 DIP switches 1, 2 and 3 set to one of the valid options other than all OFF).
•
MESSAGE 1 - used to manually transmit Message 1 over speaker circuit(s)
•
MESSAGE 2 - used to manually transmit Message 2 over speaker circuit(s)
•
MESSAGE 3 - used to manually transmit Message 3 over speaker circuit(s)
•
MESSAGE 4 - used to manually transmit Message 4 over speaker circuit(s)
•
MESSAGE 5 - used to manually transmit Message 5 over speaker circuit(s)
4.1.2 Dual Zone Operation (ACC-25/50 Only)
•
ZONE 1:
– used to select Zone 1 when ACC-25/50 Series
is programmed for Dual Zone operation. Dual
Zone operation directs a single message to
either or both amplifier circuits (S3 DIP
switches 1, 2, and 3 set to OFF)
•
ZONE 2:
– used to select Zone 2 when ACC-25/50 Series
is programmed for Dual Zone operation (S3
DIP switches 1, 2, and 3 set to OFF)
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ZONE 1
ZONE 2
MESSAGE 1
POWER ON
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
MESSAGE
TROUBLE
GENERATOR
TONE
GENERATOR
TROUBLE
MICROPHONE
TROUBLE
RECORD
PLAYBACK
TROUBLE
SILENCE
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Figure 4.2 depicts Dual Zone Operation which supports the generation of one message only (refer to Section 2, ”Field Programming” on page 32.
Figure 4.2 Controls and Indicators
Dual Zone Operation
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4.1.3 RECORD/PLAYBACK
– for recording messages when Record/Bypass switch is in the up Record position (refer to
Sections “S2 - Record Bypass Switch on ACC-25/50 Series Motherboard (ACC-MCB)” on
page 38, Section “S1 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Series Motherboard (ACCMCB)” on page 36 and Section “S5 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Series Motherboard
(ACC-MCB)” on page 37 for additional information on recording messages).
– for reviewing recorded message when Record Bypass Switch is in the down Bypass position
(requires optional FC-LPS module).
4.1.4 TROUBLE SILENCE
– momentary depression silences the local piezo when system is in trouble condition.
4.1.5 Record/Playback Button - Record Customized Messages
The key labeled Record/Playback is used for recording customized messages.
Recording Instructions
Recording a custom message or messages into the ACC-25/50 Series requires that the voice message(s) be input via the internal microphone or via the RCA or mini PC Jack. After recording a
new voice message, wait approximately one minute for internal supervision to take place before
broadcasting the new message over the building speakers. Refer to Figure 2.1 and Figure 2.2 on
page 33 for switch locations.
NOTE: For proper system operation, the voice message length must be at least 8 seconds long.
1.
Confirm the Message Control settings on S3 DIP switches 1, 2, and 3. These settings will
determine the number of messages that can be recorded and duration of each (refer to Table 2.7
on page 37).
2.
The background music feature, which is selected by S5 DIP switch 3, must be disabled in order
to record a new voice message.
3.
Enable recording by setting S5 DIP switch 8 to the ON position. The Record/Playback pushbutton is now ready to be used in record operation.
4.
Select the record input source by setting S5 DIP switch 7 to the OFF position if recording via
the microphone, or to the ON position if recording via one of the External Audio Input Jacks.
page 19.
5.
Slide the Record Bypass switch S2 to the UP position to enable the message storage device.
6.
Note the following while recording:
 To alert the user that there is only two seconds of record time remaining, the LED on the
Record/Playback push-button will change from steady-on to flashing.
 The system Trouble LED and Trouble Relay will be on while recording but the Trouble
Sounder will remain off. The system will not respond to the CMD inputs or Zone activation
buttons while recording
 It is not necessary to fill the entire record time. The time limits represent the maximum time
allotted.
 Factory default messages are replaced with the custom messages recorded from the External
Audio Input jacks or internal microphone.
7.
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Press and release the Record/Playback push-button. This will cause the Record/Playback LED
and Message push-button LEDs, as configured by S3 DIP switches 1, 2, and 3 (see Table 2.7
on page 37), to flash on and off. In addition, the panel will indicate a trouble condition since it
cannot be alarm activated.
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Operating Instructions
8.
Press and release the push-button on the keypad (Message 1 to Message 5) associated with the
voice message that will be changed. The selected Message push-button will illuminate steady
and all others will extinguish.
9.
The green LED on the Record/Playback push-button will continue flashing. If recording
doesn’t begin within 10 seconds, the record operation will be terminated.
10. Begin recording a message by using one of the following methods, depending on the setting of
S5 DIP switch 7 in step 3:
• press the microphone key switch and speak into the microphone
OR
• press and release the selected message push-button a second time to record from either of
the External Audio Input jack sources
11. The selected message push-button and Record/Playback LEDs will turn on steady during
recording process
12. Upon completion of the message, to terminate recording of the current message:
• release the microphone key switch
OR
• press and release the selected message push-button
13. To record additional messages, repeat steps 7 through 11
14. To terminate the recording process, press and release the Record/Playback push-button. The
Record/Playback LED will extinguish and the panel will return to normal.
15. Disable the record function by setting S5 DIP switch 8 to the OFF position. The Record/Playback push-button is now ready to be used for local playback.
16. Slide the Record Bypass switch S2 to the DOWN position to disable the message storage
device.
!
CAUTION:
REPLACE SWITCHES
BE CERTAIN TO SLIDE THE RECORD BYPASS SWITCH S2 TO THE DOWN POSITION WHEN
RECORDING IS COMPLETED. THIS WILL PREVENT ACCIDENTAL RERECORDING OR DELETION OF THE STORED MESSAGE(S). IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO RECORD WITH THE S2
RECORD BYPASS SWITCH IN THE DOWN POSITION. ALSO PLACE S5 DIP SWITCH 8 IN THE
OFF POSITION TO ALLOW THE RECORD/PLAYBACK PUSH-BUTTON TO BE USED FOR MESSAGE PLAYBACK.
4.1.6 Record/Playback Button - Review Stored Message(s)
The Playback push-button can be used to review the stored voice message(s). By connecting the
optional Local Playback Speaker Module, the message can be heard without transmitting it over the
system speakers. The system must be in standby with not activity in order to begin playback operation. Refer to Figure 2.1 and Figure 2.2 on page 33 for switch locations.
To playback a message over the local speaker:
1.
Make certain that S5 DIP switch 8 is in the OFF position to allow the Record/Playback pushbutton to be used for message playback.
2.
Press and release the Record/Playback button.
3.
Record/Playback LED will turn on steady and the Message push-button that contain messages
will flash at a ½ second rate. Playback operation is terminated if step 3 does not occur within
10 seconds or if the system is alarm activated.
4.
Press and release one of the flashing Message push-buttons to hear one cycle of the selected
message. The selected push-button LED will illuminate steady during playback while the
other Message LEDs will continue to flash.
5.
Repeat step 3 to listen to any of the other stored messages.
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ACC-ZPMK Switch Functions (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST)
To end the playback function, press and release the Record/Playback push-button. The
Record/Playback LED will extinguish and the Message push-button will stop flashing.
4.1.7 Main Control Panel Keypad Labels
The ACC-25/50 Series is shipped with a standard label installed in the keypad as illustrated in the
following figure. A blank label is also provided to allow the user to customize the zone and message label. The installed labels can be easily removed by sliding them up through the slots in the
top of the keypad. The customized labels can be installed by inserting them into the slot in the top
of the keypad and sliding them down into position.
Remove Labels
- slide up
acc25ky9.wmf
Supplied Blank Labels
Install Labels
- slide down
Figure 4.3 Keypad Labels
4.2 ACC-ZPMK Switch Functions (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC25/50ZST)
The ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module consists of 24 tactile push-button keys. Pressing one or more
of the keys while the panel is not in alarm will select the corresponding circuit for paging or to generate a manually activated evacuation or drill signal. If the panel is in alarm, pressing a key corresponding to an activated speaker circuit will turn off the circuit and turn on the Trouble LED.
•
•
•
If the ACC-ZPMK and ACC-ZSM are
configured for Class A (Style Z) speaker
circuit wiring, the first four switches are
used to control the four Class A speaker
circuits wired to the ACC-ZSM which is
installed in the ACC-25/50ZS & ACC25/50ZST audio panel.
FACP Comm
ACC Comm
ZONE 1
ZONE 13
ZONE 2
ZONE 14
ZONE 3
ZONE 15
ZONE 4
ZONE 16
If the ACC-ZPMK and ACC-ZSM are
configured for Class B (Style Y)
speaker circuit wiring, the first eight
switches are used to control the eight
Class B speaker circuits wired to the
ACC-ZSM which is installed in the
ACC-25/5ZS & ACC-25/50ZST audio
panel.
ZONE 5
ZONE 17
ZONE 6
ZONE 18
ZONE 7
ZONE 19
ZONE 8
ZONE 20
ZONE 9
ZONE 21
ZONE 10
ZONE 22
ZONE 11
ZONE 23
The remaining switches correspond to
speaker circuits on ACC-25/50DA
panels.
ZONE 12
ZONE 24
Labels
Figure 4.4 ACC-ZPMK Keypad/Annunciator
The ACC-ZPMK keypad labels are installed in a similar fashion as the main control panel keypad
labels. Refer to Section “Main Control Panel Keypad Labels” on page 66.
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Operating Instructions
4.3 ACC-FFT Answer Call Push-Button (ACC-25/50ZST)
When a Fire Fighter inserts the FFT Handset (FHS-F) into a remote FFT jack (FPJ-F or RPJ-F), the
Answer Call LED will flash and the piezo will beep. Pressing the Answer Call push-button in this
mode will connect the local FFT Handset with the remote FHS-F. Conversations between the two
locations can be performed by pressing the Push-to-Talk switch on each FFT Handset. To terminate the conversation, unplug the remote FFT Handset (FHS-F) and press the Answer Call pushbutton again. Figure 3.15, “ACC-FFT Fire Fighter Telephone Module” on page 55, for additional
information.
4.4 LED Indicators
4.4.1 LEDs Visible with Backbox Door Closed (Figure 4.1 on
page 63)
Power On
A green LED that remains on while power is within correct limits. If this indicator fails to light
under normal conditions, check for AC and battery power and service the system immediately.
System Trouble
This yellow LED turns on steady to indicate that a fault or abnormal condition exists and that the
ACC-25/50 may be inoperative. Do not allow trouble conditions to remain on the system. Service
the system immediately.
Message Generator Trouble
This yellow LED turns on steady when the supervised digital message generator fails or falls below
acceptable levels.
Tone Generator Trouble
This yellow LED turns on steady when one of the supervised tone generators fail or fall below
acceptable levels.
Microphone Trouble
This yellow LED turns on steady when the supervised microphone connection is open.
Record/Playback
This green LED turns on steady, when the Record/Playback push-button is pressed, to indicate that
the recording process is ready to begin. The LED remains on during recording and turns off when
the Record/Playback push-button is pressed to terminate the recording process
Zone 1/All-Call
•
Dual Zone Operation - this two color LED turns green when Zone 1 speaker circuit is activated
by an alarm condition or manually and turns yellow when the push-button is pressed during an
alarm condition to turn off the Zone 1 speaker circuit
•
Single Zone Operation - this LED turns green when the push-button is pressed to initiate an
All-Call operation
Zone 2/Audio On/Off
•
Dual Zone Operation - this two color LED turns green when Zone 2 speaker circuit is activated
by an alarm condition or manually and turns yellow when the push-button is pressed during an
alarm condition to turn off the Zone 2 speaker circuit
•
Single Zone Operation - this two color LED turns green to indicate that audio has been
activated by an alarm condition or manually and turns yellow when the push-button is pressed
during an alarm condition to turn off the audio
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LED Indicators
Message 1
This green LED turns on steady to indicate that Message 1 has been activated by an alarm or manually. Note that during the recording process, when the push-button is pressed, the LED will flash
at a ½ second rate to indicate that Message 1 is ready to be recorded. When recording begins, the
LED will turn on steady.
Message 2
This green LED turns on steady to indicate that Message 2 has been activated by an alarm or manually. Note that during the recording process, when the push-button is pressed, the LED will flash
at a ½ second rate to indicate that Message 2 is ready to be recorded. When recording begins, the
LED will turn on steady.
Message 3
This green LED turns on steady to indicate that Message 3 has been activated by an alarm or manually. Note that during the recording process, when the push-button is pressed, the LED will flash
at a ½ second rate to indicate that Message 3 is ready to be recorded. When recording begins, the
LED will turn on steady.
Message 4
This green LED turns on steady to indicate that Message 4 has been activated by an alarm or manually. Note that during the recording process, when the push-button is pressed, the LED will flash
at a ½ second rate to indicate that Message 4 is ready to be recorded. When recording begins, the
LED will turn on steady.
Message 5
This green LED turns on steady to indicate that Message 5 has been activated by an alarm or manually. Note that during the recording process, when the push-button is pressed, the LED will flash
at a ½ second rate to indicate that Message 5 is ready to be recorded. When recording begins, the
LED will turn on steady.
4.4.2 ACC-ZMPK LEDs Visible with Backbox Door Closed (Figure
4.4 on page 66)
FACP Communication
A green LED that remains on when an FACP is connected to the ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST
via the ACS (EIA-485) link from TB1 of the ACC-ZPMK to the ACS terminal on the FACP. If the
LED fails to light, an FACP is not connected or the ACS wiring is faulty. The LED is located in the
top left of the keypad (refer to Figure 4.4 on page 66 for location).
ACC Communication
A green LED that remains on when the ACC-ZPMK is properly communicating with the ACC25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST main circuit board via the connecting cable. If the LED fails to light,
communication has been lost between the ACC-ZPMK and audio panel. The LED is located in the
top right of the keypad (refer to Figure 4.4 on page 66 for location).
Zone/Circuit Active
A green LED corresponding to each of the 24 circuits on the ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module. The
LED turns on when the circuit is manually activated by pressing the corresponding key or during an
alarm condition under FACP program control. Pressing the key while the circuit is active will turn
off the circuit and its corresponding LED.
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Zone/Circuit Trouble
A yellow LED corresponding to each of the 24 circuits on the ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module.
The LED turns on when the circuit, which has been activated under program control during an
alarm, is turned off by pressing the corresponding key. The LED will also turn on if a short or open
is detected on the speaker circuit.
4.4.3 ACC-FFT LEDs Visible with Backbox Door Closed (Figure
3.15 on page 55)
Power
A green LED that remains on while DC power is within correct limits.
Answer Call
This green LED flashes at a ½ second rate to indicate that a Fire Fighter Telephone handset
(FHS-F) has been plugged into a remote jack (FPJ-F or RPJ-F). The LED turns on steady when the
corresponding pushbutton is pressed in response to the remote FFT jack activation.
Remote Handset Page
This green LED turns on steady when the Keyswitch on the RPJ-F is activated.
Remote Microphone Page
This green LED turns on steady when the Remote Microphone push-to-talk switch is activated.
Remote Handset Trouble
This yellow LED turns on steady when a fault occurs on the telephone audio circuit.
Local Handset Trouble
This yellow LED turns on steady when the supervised local handset connection is open.
Remote Key Trouble
This yellow LED turns on steady when a fault occurs in the Remote Keyswitch circuit.
Remote Fire Fighter Telephone Status
This green LED turns on steady when a Fire Fighter Telephone handset (FHS-F) is plugged into an
FPJ-F or RPJ-F (requires ACS hookup to addressable FACP using monitor modules).
Remote Microphone Trouble
This yellow LED turns on steady to indicate that a fault exists on the Remote Microphone electronics or wiring.
4.4.4 LEDs Visible with Door Open and Optional Dress Panel
Removed (Figure 1.1 & Figure 1.2)
AC Power (main circuit board)
A green LED that remains on while AC power is within correct limits. If this indicator fails to light
under normal conditions, check for AC power and service the system immediately!
Battery Trouble (main circuit board)
This yellow LED turns on steady when the battery is disconnected or battery voltage drops below
an acceptable level.
Charger Trouble (main circuit board)
This yellow LED turns on steady when the battery charger voltage falls below an acceptable level.
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Ground Fault (main circuit board)
This yellow LED turns on steady when a ground fault condition (zero impedance to ground) is
detected on the system.
Amp Supv - Supervision (Audio Amplifier Module)
This green LED (one on each amplifier), when on steady, indicates that the amplifier is fully functional. The ACC-25/50 Series panels constantly test the amplifier to verify proper operation.
Circuit Trouble (Audio Amplifier Module)
This yellow LED (one on each amplifier) turns on steady when a trouble is detected in the amplifier
or to indicate an open or short circuit on the field wiring attached to the amplifier output terminals.
Remote Microphone Trouble (Optional FC-MIM Microphone Interface Module)
This yellow LED turns on steady when a remote microphone trouble is detected from the FC-RM
or wiring
4.5 Operation
The ACC-25/50 Series continuously monitors system status. When no system alarm or local trouble conditions exist, all LEDs are off except the Power On LED located on the front panel keypad,
the amplifier supervision LED(s) and the AC Power LED located on the main circuit board. The
Notification Appliance Circuits (speakers) are off and all relays are in their normal state. Zone activations and local troubles are annunciated by the ACC-25/50’s LEDs.
4.5.1 Fire Alarm
The ACC-25/50 Series will, upon detection of an alarm condition (CMD1, CMD2 CMD3, CMD4
or CMD5 Inputs active or via the ACS):
 Turn on the appropriate Zone LED steady
 Turn on the appropriate Notification Appliance Circuit speakers (depending on CMD input
source)
 Turn on the appropriate Audio Amplifier(s)
 Transmit the tone before message if programmed (repeating tone number of times
programmed)
 Transmit the appropriate digital voice message (repeating message number of times
programmed)
 Transmit the tone after message if programmed (repeating tone number of times
programmed)
 Transmit a primary evacuation tone only (if programmed)
4.5.2 Fire Alarm Restoral
 Turn off the Zone LED located on the front panel
 Turn off the Notification Appliance Circuits
 Turn off the Audio Amplifiers
 Turn off the digital voice message or tone at its present point in transmission
4.5.3 Manual Evacuation/Alert
Dual Zone Operation
The ACC-25/50 Series will, upon pressing of the Zone 1 and/or Zone 2 push-button (if programmed to do so) followed by the Message 1 push-button:
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 Turn on the appropriate Zone and Message 1 LED steady
 Turn on selected Notification Appliance Circuit speaker(s)
 Turn on selected Audio Amplifier(s)
 Transmit the tone before message if programmed
 Transmit the appropriate digital voice message (repeating message the number of times
programmed)
 Transmit the tone after message if programmed (repeating tone the number of times
programmed)
 Transmit a primary evacuation tone only (if programmed)
Single Zone Operation
Manual Evacuation for Single Zone Operation is the same as Dual Zone except it is not necessary
to press the Zone1/Zone 2 push-button(s).
4.5.4 Manual Evacuation/Alert Restoral
Dual Zone Operation (ACC-25/50 Only)
The ACC-25/50 Series will, upon pressing of the Zone 1 and/or Zone 2 push-button and the
selected message push-button a second time:
 Turn off the appropriate Zone and Message LED
 Turn off selected Notification Appliance Circuit speakers
 Turn off selected Audio Amplifiers
 Turn off the digital voice message or tone at its present point in transmission
Single Zone Operation
Manual Evacuation Restoral for Single Zone Operation is the same as Dual Zone except it is not
necessary to press the Zone1/Zone 2 push-button(s).
4.5.5 Audio On/Off: ACC-25/50 Single Zone and ACC-25/50ZS/T
When the ACC-25/50 is programmed for Single Zone operation, the Zone 2 push-button is configured for Audio On/Off indication and control. The LED in the Audio On/Off push-button will illuminate green when the ACC-25/50 Series has been activated manually (microphone, message
button, etc.) or automatically by an FACP.
Pressing the Audio On/Off button while the system is active (LED=green) will disconnect audio to
the output of the Audio Amplifier Module(s) and:
•
illuminate the Audio On/Off push-button LED yellow and generate a system trouble to
indicate manual deactivation if the ACC-25/50 Series was activated by an FACP
OR
•
extinguish the Audio On/Off LED if the system was manually activated (no system trouble is
generated)
Pressing this button when the system is deactivated will restore audio back to the Audio Amplifier
Module output(s) and cause the Audio On/Off LED to illuminate green.
4.5.6 All Call: ACC-25/50, Single Zone Configuration
When the ACC-25/50 is configured for Single Zone operation, All-Call functionality is assigned to
the Zone 1 Push-button. All-Call activates all non-manually deactivated speaker circuits. Pressing the All-Call push-button activates the ACC-25/50 speaker circuit(s) and energizes the Master
Command Bus to trigger the speaker circuits on all ACC-25/50DA(s). Note that All-Call paging
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from the local/integral microphone will override paging operations from the optional Remote
Microphone. Refer to Section “S3 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Motherboard (ACC-MCB)”
on page 37 and the ACC-25/50DA Manual, Document #52265, for additional information.
All-Call General Page Using Local Microphone
Selecting the All-Call push-button and pressing the local microphone push-to-talk switch will
direct paging audio to all speaker circuits.
All-Call General Page Using Optional Remote Microphone
Pressing the remote microphone push-to-talk switch will direct paging audio to all speaker circuits,
and illuminate the All-Call and Audio On/Off buttons on the keypad. Note that Remote Microphone All-Call functionality is DIP switch programmable for the ACC-25/50. Set the DIP switch to
ON. Refer to Section “S3 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Motherboard (ACC-MCB)” on
page 37.
All-Call Emergency Page Using Local Microphone
Selecting the All-Call push-button and pressing the local microphone push-to-talk switch will
interrupt the tone/voice message and direct paging audio to all speaker circuits. The system will
revert back to the tone/voice message if the microphone key is held for more than 3 minutes.
All-Call Emergency Page Using Optional Remote Microphone
Pressing the remote microphone push-to-talk switch will interrupt the tone/voice message and
direct paging audio to all speaker circuits, and illuminate the All-Call and Audio On/Off buttons on
the keypad. The system will revert back to the tone/voice message if the remote microphone key is
held for more than 3 minutes. Note that Remote Microphone All-Call functionality is DIP switch
programmable for the ACC-25/50. Set the DIP switch to ON. Refer to Section “S3 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Motherboard (ACC-MCB)” on page 37.
All-Call During FACP Activated Alarm
Selecting the All-Call push-button will direct the FACP activated tone/voice message audio to all
speaker circuits.
All-Call During Manual Evacuation/Alert
Selecting the All-Call push-button and pressing one of the Message push-buttons will direct the
tone/voice message audio to all speaker circuits.
All-Call With Distributed Audio Panels
Selecting the All-Call pushbutton activates the Master Command Bus (ACC-25/50 ONLY), which
triggers all Distributed Audio Panels. All-Call Paging or Messaging is generated over all speaker
circuits.
4.5.7 All-Call: ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST
The ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST uses the Zone Page Module (ACC-ZPM) for control of
audio zones. Pressing the All-Call push-button will activate all non manually deactivated speaker
circuits on the Zone Page Module, activate the Audio Amplifier Module (ACC-AAM25) output(s).
The S3 DIP switches on the ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST motherboard must be set for single
zone operation. Note the All-Call paging from the local/integral microphone will override paging
from the RPJ-F and Remote Microphone. Paging from the RPJ-F will override paging operations
from the Remote Microphone. Refer to Section “S3 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Motherboard (ACC-MCB)” on page 37.
All-Call General Page Using Local/Integral Microphone
Selecting the All-Call push-button and pressing the local microphone push-to-talk switch will
direct paging audio to all Zone Page Module speaker circuits.
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All-Call General Page Using Optional Remote Microphone
Pressing the remote microphone push-to-talk switch will direct paging audio to all Zone Page Module speaker circuits, and illuminate the All-Call and Audio On/Off buttons on the keypad. Note
that Remote Microphone All-Call functionality is standard for the ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST.
Refer to Section “S3 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Motherboard (ACC-MCB)” on page 37.
All-Call General Page Using Optional RPJ-F Remote Keyswitch via the
Optional Fire Fighter Telephone Module:
Engaging the keyswitch on the remote RPJ-F will direct paging audio to all Zone Page Module
speaker circuits. This is available with the ACC-25/50ZST only.
All-Call Emergency Page Using Local/Integral Microphone
Selecting the All-Call push-button and pressing the local microphone push-to-talk switch will
interrupt the tone/voice message and direct paging audio to all Zone Page Module speaker circuits.
The system will revert back to the tone/voice message if the microphone key is held for more than
3 minutes.
All-Call Emergency Page Using Optional Remote Microphone
Pressing the remote microphone push-to-talk switch will interrupt the tone/voice message, direct
paging audio to all Zone Page Module speaker circuits and illuminate the All-Call and Audio
On/Off buttons on the keypad. The system will revert back to the tone/voice message if the remote
microphone key is held for more than 3 minutes. Note that Remote Microphone All-Call functionality is standard for the ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST. Refer to Section “S3 DIP Switch Settings
on ACC-25/50 Motherboard (ACC-MCB)” on page 37.
All-Call Emergency Page Using Optional RPJ-F Remote Keyswitch via the
Fire Fighter Telephone Module
Engaging the keyswitch on the remote RPJ-F will interrupt the tone/voice message and direct paging audio to all non-manually deactivated Zone Page Module speaker circuits. This is available
with the ACC-25/50ZST only.
All-Call During FACP Activated Alarm
Selecting the All-Call push-button will direct the FACP activated tone/voice message audio to all
Zone Page Module speaker circuits.
All-Call During Manual Evacuation/Alert
Selecting the All-Call push-button and pressing one of the Message push-buttons will direct the
tone/voice message audio to all Zone Page Module speaker circuits.
4.5.8 Paging: ACC-25/50 Single Zone
Refer also to Section “All Call: ACC-25/50, Single Zone Configuration” on page 71 for All-Call
type paging operation. Note that paging from the local/integral microphone will override paging
operations from the Remote Microphone.
General Page Using Local/Integral Microphone
Pressing the local microphone push-to-talk switch will direct paging audio to the Audio Amplifier
Module (ACC-AAM25) speaker circuit(s).
General Page Using Optional Remote Microphone
Pressing the remote microphone push-to-talk switch will direct paging audio to the Audio Amplifier Module (ACC-AAM25) speaker circuit(s). Note that Remote Microphone All-Call functionality is DIP switch programmable for the ACC-25/50. Set the DIP switch to OFF if only activating
ACC-25/50 speaker circuits is desired. Refer to Section “S3 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50
Motherboard (ACC-MCB)” on page 37.
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Emergency Page Using Local/Integral Microphone
Pressing the local microphone push-to-talk switch will interrupt the tone/voice message and direct
paging audio to the Audio Amplifier Module (ACC-AAM25) speaker circuit(s). The system will
revert back to the tone/voice message if the microphone key is held for more than 3 minutes.
Emergency Page Using Optional Remote Microphone
Pressing the remote microphone push-to-talk switch will interrupt the tone/voice message and
direct paging audio to the Audio Amplifier Module (ACC-AAM25) speaker circuit(s). The system
will revert back to the tone/voice message if the remote microphone key is held for more than 3
minutes. Note that Remote Microphone All-Call functionality is DIP switch programmable for the
ACC-25/50. Set the DIP switch to OFF if only activating ACC-25/50 speaker circuits is desired.
Refer to Section “S3 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Motherboard (ACC-MCB)” on page 37.
4.5.9 Paging: ACC-25/50 Dual Zone
When the ACC-25/50 is configured for Dual Zone operation, the speaker circuits connected to each
Audio Amplifier Module (ACC-AAM25) are controlled individually by the Zone 1 and Zone 2
push-buttons. Paging is performed on a select by zone basis. Note that paging from the local/integral microphone will override paging operations from the optional Remote Microphone.
General Page Using Local/Integral Microphone
Selecting the Zone 1 and/or Zone 2 push-buttons(s) and pressing the local microphone push-to-talk
switch will direct paging audio to the speaker zone(s).
General Page Using Optional Remote Microphone
Pressing the remote microphone push-to-talk switch will direct paging audio to the Audio Amplifier Module (ACC-AAM25) speaker zone(s). Note that Remote Microphone All-Call functionality
is DIP switch programmable for the ACC-25/50. Set the DIP switch to OFF for Dual Zone configuration. Refer to Section “S3 DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Motherboard (ACC-MCB)” on
page 37.
Emergency Page Using Local/Integral Microphone
Pressing the local microphone push-to-talk switch during an FACP activated alarm will interrupt
the tone/voice message and direct paging audio to non manually deactivated speaker zones. Emergency paging to non-FACP activated speaker zones may be performed by selecting the speaker
zones (Zone 1 and/or Zone2) and pressing the microphone push-to-talk switch. The system will
revert back to the tone/voice message if the microphone key is held for more than 3 minutes.
Emergency Page Using Optional Remote Microphone
Pressing the remote microphone push-to-talk switch during an FACP activated alarm will interrupt
the tone/voice message and direct paging audio to non manually deactivated speaker zones. The
system will revert back to the tone/voice message if the remote microphone key is held for more
than 3 minutes. Note that Remote Microphone All-Call functionality is DIP switch programmable
for the ACC-25/50. Set the DIP switch to OFF for Dual Zone configuration. Refer to Section “S3
DIP Switch Settings on ACC-25/50 Motherboard (ACC-MCB)” on page 37.
4.5.10 Paging: ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST
Refer also to Section “All-Call: ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST” on page 72 for All-Call type
paging operation. In this system configuration, the Zone Page Module (ACC-ZPM) permits paging
by zone.
General Page Using Local/Integral Microphone
Selecting any of the Zone push-buttons(s) on the Zone Page Module (ACC-ZPM) and pressing the
local microphone push-to-talk switch will direct paging audio to the speaker circuit(s).
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General Page Using Optional Remote Microphone
Pressing the remote microphone push-to-talk switch will direct paging audio to all speaker circuits
on the Zone Page Module. Refer to Section “All-Call General Page Using Optional Remote Microphone” on page 73 for additional information.
General Page Using the Optional RPJ-F Remote Keyswitch via the Optional
Fire Fighter Telephone Module
Engaging the keyswitch on the remote RPJ-F will direct paging audio to all Zone Page Module
speaker circuits. This is available with the ACC-25/50ZST only.
Emergency Page Using Local/Integral Microphone
Pressing the local microphone push-to-talk switch during an FACP activated alarm will interrupt
the tone/voice message and direct paging audio to non manually deactivated speaker circuits on the
Zone Page Module (ACC-ZPM). Emergency paging to non-FACP activated speaker circuits may
be performed by selecting the zone push-button and pressing the microphone push-to-talk switch.
The system will revert back to the tone/voice message if the microphone key is held for more than
3 minutes.
Emergency Page Using Optional Remote Microphone
Pressing the remote microphone push-to-talk switch during an FACP activated alarm will interrupt
the tone/voice message and direct paging audio to non manually deactivated speaker circuits. The
system will revert back to the tone/voice message if the remote microphone key is held for more
than 3 minutes. Refer to Section “All-Call General Page Using Optional Remote Microphone” on
page 73 for additional information.
Emergency Page Using Optional RPJ-F Remote Keyswitch via the Optional
Fire Fighter Telephone Module
Engaging the keyswitch on the remote RPJ-F will interrupt the tone/voice message and direct paging audio to all non-manually deactivated Zone Page Module speaker circuits. This is available
with the ACC-25/50ZST only.
4.5.11 Fire Fighter Telephone: ACC-25/50ZST Only
The ACC-25/50ZST provides a telephone interface for up to 24 remote FFT jack locations and permits up to six (local phone handset plus five FHS-F remote phone handsets) simultaneous connections. Two available styles of remote FFT jacks are the FPJ-F and the RPJ-F, both providing a
standard audio plug interface for the FHS-F handsets. The RPJ-F also houses a keyswitch for
remote paging operations. S3 switch 7 on the ACC-25/50ZST motherboard (ACC-MCB) must be
set to ON.
Communication on the Telephone Loop
When a Fire Fighter plugs the handset into one of the remote FFT locations, a ring-back tone will
be heard at the remote location, the Answer Call LED will flash and the piezo will sound on the
ACC-FFT module located in the ACC-25/50ZST main panel. The user at the main panel can
answer the remote call by picking up the local handset and pressing the Answer Call pushbutton,
which turns the Answer Call LED on steady and terminates the ringback tone. Both parties can
now converse by depressing the respective push-to-talk switch on the handsets.
Additional handsets (up to 4 more) can plug-in and converse in a party-line format. Proper termination of communication requires that all remote jacks be unplugged and that the Answer Call
pushbutton be pressed. If this procedure is not followed, a system fault condition will occur.
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Operation
Annunciation of Remote Telephone Locations (MS-9600 or MS-9200UDLS
only)
In addition to the operation described in Section , ”Communication on the Telephone Loop”, one
of the 24 corresponding FFT LEDs on the ACC-FFT keypad will illuminate to indicate which
remote FFT location in the building has the handset installed.
4.5.12 Trouble Condition Response
All trouble conditions are fully supervised in standby and alarm unless otherwise noted and will
cause the following to occur (note that response to AC loss will depend on the setting of S3 switch
8 as shown in Table 2.3 on page 34):
 Deenergize the trouble relay causing the contacts to transfer
 Turn on local piezo
 Turn on the system Trouble LED
 Open CMD1 input - ONLY if CMD1 is not in the alarm state
In addition to the above trouble responses, the following troubles will cause the specific responses
noted:
AC Loss
•
Turn off the AC PWR LED on the main circuit board
•
Deenergize AC Loss Relay on the main circuit board (immediate, 2 hour or 6 hour delay
depending on S3 DIP switch 4 & 5 position)
•
Deenergize Form-C Trouble and CMD1 contacts if S3 switch 8 is OFF (refer to Table 2.3 on
page 34)
Battery Trouble (low or no battery)
•
Turn on the Battery Trouble LED on the main circuit board
Charger Trouble
•
Turn on the Charger Trouble LED on the main circuit board
Ground Fault
•
Turn on the Ground Fault LED on the main circuit board when zero impedance to ground is
detected
Microphone Fault
•
Turn on the Microphone Trouble LED on the keypad
Tone Generator Fault
•
Turn on the Tone Generator Trouble LED on the keypad
Message Generator Trouble
•
Turn on the Message Generator Trouble LED on the keypad
CMD1 or CMD2 (Indicated by the System Trouble LED)
•
Both inputs are supervised for open circuit condition when unit is programmed for Normally
Open contacts, otherwise supervision is provided by the host Fire Alarm Control Panel NAC
output
CMD3, CMD4, and CMD5 (Indicated by the System Trouble LED)
•
All inputs are supervised for open circuit condition
Master Command (Indicated by the System Trouble LED)
•
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Background Music
•
When background music option is enabled via S5 DIP switch 3, the ACC-25/50 will constantly
monitor the external audio input RCA Jack. Both amplifiers and speaker wiring continue to be
fully supervised when background* music is output from the ACC-25/50. Amplifier faults are
reported after 75 seconds. Note that when AC power is lost, the ACC-25/50 will shut off
background music to conserve batteries.
Note that the Local Authority Having Jurisdiction must approve the use of background music.
*
Background music is not available with the ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST
*
Amplifier Fault
•
Both amplifiers are constantly monitored for proper functionality. Should either amplifier fail,
the AMP SUPV LED will turn off and the Circuit Trouble LED will turn on. When the system
is configured for backup, failure of the primary amplifier will cause the backup amplifier to be
switched in.
NAC (Speaker) Output
•
The wiring to each amplifier is supervised for opens and shorts at all times in standby and
while in alarm or when background music* is enabled. A wiring fault will cause the circuit
Trouble LED located on each amplifier module to turn on. It should be noted that the green
AMP SUPV LED may remain on for wiring faults.
•
The ACC-ZSM wiring to each speaker circuit is supervised for opens and shorts in standby and
for shorts while in alarm. A wiring fault will cause the zone/circuit Trouble LED on the ACCZPMK corresponding to the affected circuit to turn on.
*
Note that the Local Authority Having Jurisdiction must approve the use of background music.
*
Background music is not available with the ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST
ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module
•
The ACS wiring between the ACC-ZPMK and FACP is supervised. A loss of communication
on the ACS (EIA-485) link will cause the FACP Trouble LED to light on the ACC-ZPMK
module.
•
The ribbon cable between the ACC-ZPMK and audio panel is supervised. A loss of
communication will cause the ACC Trouble LED to light on the ACC-ZPMK module.
Remote Microphone
•
The FC-RM Remote Microphone and associated wiring are supervised for faults by the panel.
•
ACC-25/50 & ACC-25/50ZS: The Trouble LED located on the FC-MIM Microphone
Interface Module, which is mounted in the panel, will illuminate on a trouble condition.
•
ACC-25/50ZST: The Remote Microphone Trouble LED located on the ACC-FFT keypad will
illuminate on a trouble condition. Refer to the FC-RM Product Installation Document #51247
for a description of possible fault conditions
Power ON LED
•
The loss of primary (AC) and secondary (battery) power will extinguish the Power ON LED.
Internal Power Supplies
•
Power fed to the amplifiers from the main circuit board is fully supervised. Should standby or
alarm power feeds to either amplifier fail, the unit will go into trouble. Note that a power
trouble on one amplifier will not affect the power to the other amplifier.
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Operation
4.5.13 Trouble Condition Restoral
All trouble condition restorals will cause the following to occur (note that response to AC loss
restoral will depend on the setting of S3 switch 8 as shown in Table 2.3 on page 34):
 Reenergize the trouble relay returning contacts to normal position
 Turn off local piezo
 Turn off the system Trouble LED
 Close CMD1 input
In addition to the previous trouble condition restorals, the following specific restorals will occur:
AC restoral
•
Turn on the AC PWR LED on the main circuit board
•
Reenergize the AC Loss Relay on the main circuit board returning contacts to normal position
•
Reenergize Form-C Trouble and CMD1 contacts if S3 switch 8 is OFF (refer to Table 2.3 on
page 34)
Battery restoral
•
Turn off the Battery Trouble LED on the main circuit board
Ground Fault cleared
•
Turn off the Ground Fault LED on the main circuit board
Microphone restoral
•
Turn off the Microphone Trouble LED on the front panel keypad
Tone Generator restoral
•
Turn off the Tone Generator Trouble LED on the front panel keypad
Message Generator restoral
•
Turn off the Message Generator Trouble LED on the front panel keypad
Amplifier restoral
•
The AMP SUPV LED will turn on and the Circuit Trouble LED will turn off. When the
system is configured for backup, restoral of the primary amplifier will cause the backup
amplifier to be switched out
NAC (Speaker) Output restoral
•
The wiring to each amplifier is supervised for opens and shorts at all times in standby and
while in alarm or when background music* is enabled. A restoral of a wiring fault will cause
the circuit Trouble LED located on each amplifier module to turn off. It should be noted that
the green AMP SUPV LED is on
•
The ACC-ZSM wiring to each speaker circuit is supervised for opens and shorts in standby and
for shorts while in alarm. Restoral of a wiring fault will cause the zone/circuit Trouble LED on
the ACC-ZPMK corresponding to the affected circuit to turn off.
*Note
that the Local Authority Having Jurisdiction must approve the use of background music.
*Background
music is not available with the ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST
ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module restoral
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•
The ACS wiring between the ACC-ZPMK and FACP is supervised. Restoral of
communication on the ACS (EIA-485) link will cause the FACP Trouble LED to turn off on
the ACC-ZPMK module.
•
The ribbon cable between the ACC-ZPMK and audio panel is supervised. Restoral of
communication will cause the ACC Trouble LED to turn off on the ACC-ZPMK module.
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Remote Microphone restoral
•
Turn off the Remote Microphone Trouble LED located on the FC-MIM module for the ACC25/50 or ACC-25/50ZS
•
Turn off the Remote Key/Microphone Trouble LED located on the ACC-25/50ZST ACC-FFT
module
Power ON LED - power restoral
•
A restoral of AC power at TB3 will turn on the Power On LED
Internal Power Supplies restoral
•
Power fed to the amplifiers from the main circuit board is fully supervised. Restoral of
standby or alarm power feeds to either amplifier will cause the unit to clear the trouble
indications
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Section 5: Application Examples
The AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50, AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50ZS, and
AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50ZST are voice evacuation control panels which can be used,
with a variety of Fire Alarm Control Panels, to provide emergency audio messages. This chapter
contains a few application examples and is not meant to provide a comprehensive list of all possible
ACC-25/50 Series applications.
5.1 One Speaker Circuit on ACC-25/50
Single Output Zone (Table 2.7 on page 37 for Message Control switch settings)
A very basic application consists of one ACC-25/50 Series with one amplifier and a single speaker
circuit. This configuration is suitable for small facilities requiring no more than 25 watts of output
power. A single fire evacuation message will be generated during an alarm condition from the host
FACP or manually by a message push-button.
In this application, the NAC from the host FACP is connected to CMD1. The CMD1 out terminals
are then terminated with an EOL resistor for the FACP's Style Y NAC or the terminals are wired
back to the host FACP for a Style Z NAC. S3 DIP switches 1, 2 and 3 are set to OFF which causes
a 60 second message to be sent to the speaker circuit when CMD1 input is activated. S5 DIP
switch 5 is set to OFF which causes CMD1 input to be activated by a reverse polarity condition.
CMD3, CMD4, and CMD5 inputs require End-of-Line resistors and CMD2 cannot be used to trigger the ACC-25/50.
IMPORTANT! When CMD1 is configured for reverse polarity, the NAC cannot be Coded.
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One Speaker Circuit With Backup on ACC-25/50
Application Examples
In this application, the system may also be manually activated via the keypad by selecting the
Building Speakers zone push-button followed by the selection of the Fire Message push-button, or
by using the microphone to make an announcement. Refer to the Keypad example in Figure 5.1.
Note: Typical illustration of a Fire•Lite
control panel. Refer to the Command
Input Specification in Section 1.2,
”Specifications” on page 19, for the
voltage range.
Host FACP
Alarm Polarities Shown
NAC
Style Z
POWER ON
FIRE
MESSAGE
MESSAGE
TROUBLE
GENERATOR
TONE
GENERATOR
TROUBLE
MICROPHONE
TROUBLE
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
TROUBLE
SILENCE
4.7K ELR resistors (P/N: 27072)
4.7K ELR
acc25kyblnk.wmf
RECORD
PLAYBACK
Make no connections to CMD2
(S5 DIP switch 6 is OFF)
FACP ELR resistor
(for Style Y only)
Alarm Polarities Shown
ACC-25/50 Series
Main Circuit Board
ac25app5.wmf
BUILDING
SPEAKERS
Keypad Example
Style Z
ELR Resistor required only
for Style Y - Class B
4.75K, 1 watt P/N:75470
Speaker
Backup
First Amplifier
Mounted on Main Circuit Board
Figure 5.1 One 25 Watt Speaker Circuit
5.2 One Speaker Circuit With Backup on ACC-25/50
Single Output Zone, Single Input Channel (see Table 2.7 on page 37 for Message Control switch
settings)
Another application consists of one ACC-25/50 Series with one amplifier and a single speaker circuit. A second amplifier can be installed as a backup if desired. This configuration is suitable for
small facilities requiring no more than 25 watts of output power. A single 60 second fire evacuation message will be generated during an alarm condition from the host FACP or manually by a
message push-button.
In this application, the NAC from the host FACP is connected to CMD1. The CMD1 out terminals
are then terminated with an EOL resistor for the FACP's Style Y NAC or the terminals are wired
back to the host FACP for a Style Z NAC. S3 DIP switches 1, 2 and 3 are set to OFF which causes
a 60 second message to be sent to the speaker circuit when CMD1 input is activated. S5 DIP
switch 5 is set to OFF which causes CMD1 input to be activated by a reverse polarity condition.
CMD3, CMD4, and CMD5 inputs require End-of-Line resistors and CMD2 cannot be used to trigger the ACC-25/50.
IMPORTANT! When CMD1 is configured for reverse polarity, the NAC cannot be Coded.
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Application Examples
One Speaker Circuit With Backup on ACC-25/50
Backup Amplifier switch S1 is set to the ‘Backup ON’ position. 18 AWG or larger jumpers connect the Backup Amplifier TB2 Terminal 3 and Main Amplifier TB2 Terminal 1 as well as Backup
Amplifier TB2 Terminal 4 and Main Amplifier TB2 Terminal 2. Upon failure of the first or main
amplifier, the audio from the backup amplifier will be switched out to the speakers.
In this application, the system may also be manually activated via the keypad by selecting the
Building Speakers zone push-button followed by the selection of the Fire Message push-button, or
by using the microphone to make an announcement. Refer to the Keypad example in Figure 5.2
In the optional 70.7 VRMS configuration, only the amplifier is backed-up; the FC-XRM70 coupling
transformer is not. For this reason, it is not necessary to install an FC-XRM70 transformer module
on the backup amplifier.
Note: Typical illustration of a
Fire•Lite control panel. Refer to the
Command Input Specification in
Section 1.2, ”Specifications” on
page 19, for the voltage range.
Host FACP
Alarm Polarities Shown
Style Z
NAC
FACP ELR Resistor
(for Style Y only)
BUILDING
SPEAKERS
POWER ON
RECORD
PLAYBACK
TROUBLE
SILENCE
acc25kyblnk.wmf
MESSAGE
TROUBLE
GENERATOR
TONE
GENERATOR
TROUBLE
MICROPHONE
TROUBLE
4.7K ELRs PN: 27072
4.7K ELR
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
FIRE
MESSAGE
Make no connections to CMD2
(S5 DIP switch 6 is OFF)
Alarm Polarities Shown
ACC-25/50 Series
Main Circuit Board
Keypad Example
Style Z
ELR Resistor required for
Style Y - Class B only
4.75K, 1 watt P/N:75470
Speaker
Backup
Speaker
Backup
ac25app4.wmf
Backup
Audio Out
Backup
Audio In
Supervisory
Polarity Shown
Backup ON
First Amplifier
Mounted on Main Circuit Board
Optional Backup Amplifier
Figure 5.2 One 25 Watt Speaker Circuit With Backup
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Two Speaker Circuits on ACC-25/50
Application Examples
5.3 Two Speaker Circuits on ACC-25/50
Dual Output Zone, Single Input Channel - tone/voice message (see Table 2.7 on page 37 for Message Control switch settings).
This application consists of one ACC-25/50 Series with two speaker circuits which requires installation of the optional second amplifier. This configuration is suitable for small facilities requiring
no more than 50 watts of output power and a 60 second fire evacuation message.
In this application, the addressable FACP directs tone or voice messages to either of the speaker circuits via the control modules which are connected to the CMD1 and CMD2 inputs. S3 DIP
switches 1, 2 and 3 are set to OFF which configures CMD1/CMD2 to direct the Fire Message to the
Auditorium/Classroom speakers respectively. S5 DIP switch 5 is set to ON which causes CMD1
input to be activated by a contact closure and S5 DIP switch 6 is set to ON which also causes
CMD2 input to be activated by a contact closure.
The system can also be manually activated via the keypad by selecting the Auditorium and/or
Classroom Speakers zone push-button followed by the selection of the Fire Message push-button
or by using the microphone to make an announcement. Manually deactivating a speaker circuit is
accomplished by pressing the activated (illuminated) output zone push-button. Refer to the keypad
example in Figure 5.3.
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Application Examples
Two Speaker Circuits on ACC-25/50
POWER ON
CLASSROOM
SPEAKERS
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
FIRE
MESSAGE
MESSAGE
TROUBLE
GENERATOR
TONE
GENERATOR
TROUBLE
MICROPHONE
TROUBLE
RECORD
PLAYBACK
TROUBLE
SILENCE
SLC Loop
acc25kyblnk.wmf
AUDITORIUM
SPEAKERS
Addressable FACP
SLC Loop
Addressable Control Modules
Note: Typical illustration
of an addressable
Fire•Lite control panel and
addressable control
modules. Refer to the
Command Input
Specification in Section
1.2, ”Specifications” on
page 19, for the voltage
range.
4.7K End-of-Line Resistors (P/N: 27072)
Keypad Example
4.7K ELR
+ -
+ -
+ -
Alarm Polarities Shown
ACC-25/50 Series Main Circuit
Board
Style Z
Style Z
*
*
* ELR Resistor required
only for Style Y - Class B
4.75K, 1 watt P/N:75470
Supervisory
Polarity Shown
First Amplifier
Mounted on Main Circuit Board
Second Amplifier
Mounted on Main Circuit Board
ac25app6.wmf
Supervisory
Polarity Shown
Figure 5.3 Two Speaker Circuits - Dual Output Zone, Dual Input Channel
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Application Examples
5.4 Two Speaker Circuits on ACC-25/50
Single Output Zone, Five Input Channels - five messages (see Table 2.7 on page 37 for Message
Control switch settings).
This application consists of one ACC-25/50 Series with two speaker circuits which requires installation of the optional second amplifier. This configuration is suitable for small facilities requiring
no more than 50 watts of total output power. In this application, the addressable FACP utilizes
addressable control modules, which are connected to CMD1 through CMD5 inputs, to direct one of
the five voice messages to both speaker circuits.
S3 DIP switches 1 and 3 are set to ON and 2 is set to OFF. This causes CMD1 to activate the Fire
Message, CMD2 to activate the Fire Alert Message, CMD3 to activate the Tornado Message,
CMD4 to activate the Chemical Spill Message and CMD5 to activate the All Clear Message. S5
and S6 DIP switches are set to ON which causes CMD1 and CMD2 inputs respectively to be activated by a contact closure.
The system can also be manually activated via the keypad by selecting any of the Message pushbuttons on the keypad. Manually deactivating the speaker circuit is accomplished by pressing the
activated (illuminated) Audio On/Off push-button. To terminate the voice message, press the illuminated message push-button. Refer to the keypad example in Figure 5.3.
All Call Paging is possible by first pressing the All Call push-button on the keypad and then keying
the microphone to make an announcement. Refer to the keypad example in Figure 5.4
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Application Examples
Two Speaker Circuits on ACC-25/50
POWER ON
AUDIO ON/OFF
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
Note: Typical illustration of an addressable Fire•Lite control panel and individual
addressable control modules or a control multimodule. Refer to the Command Input
Specification in Section 1.2, ”Specifications” on page 19, for the voltage range.
TORNADO
MESSAGE
MESSAGE
TROUBLE
GENERATOR
TONE
GENERATOR
TROUBLE
MICROPHONE
TROUBLE
CHEM SPILL
MESSAGE
RECORD
PLAYBACK
ALL CLEAR
MESSAGE
TROUBLE
SILENCE
FIRE
MESSAGE
FIRE ALERT
MESSAGE
SLC Loop
SLC Loop
Addressable FACP
acc25kyblnk.wmf
ALL-CALL
Addressable Control Modules
or single multimodule
4.7K
ELRs
(P/N: 27072)
4.7K ELR
Keypad Example
+ +
- -
-
+ +
-
-
1234
MASTER
CMD OUT
+ +
+
+ -
-
TB5
TB2
TB6
1234
CMD1
TB8
1234
12
CMD2
CMD3
++ --
+ +
TB9
TB10
12
12
CMD5
CMD4
Alarm Polarities Shown
ACC-25/50 Series
Main Circuit Board
Style Z
for Style Y - Class B
4.75K, 1 watt P/N:75470
*
*
Supervisory
Polarity Shown
Supervisory
Polarity Shown
+
-+ -
123456
TB1
+
-
+
+
-
1234
First Amplifier
Mounted on Main Circuit Board
+
-
+
-
123456
TB1
TB2
-+ -
TB2
Second Amplifier
Mounted on Main Circuit Board
ac25app1.wmf
*ELR Resistor required only
Style Z
Figure 5.4 Two Speaker Circuits - Single Output Zone, Five Input Channels (five messages)
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Application Examples
5.5 ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST Zone Splitting
Applications
5.5.1 25 Watt Zone Splitting - Eight Speaker Circuits, Style Y
(Class B)
25 watts total power with automatic control via ACS link from FACP (see Table 2.7 on page 37,
Table 2.8 on page 40 and “ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST)”
on page 41 for settings).
This application of the ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST configures the Zone Splitter Module
(ACC-ZSM) to divide 25 watts of audio from one Audio Amplifier (ACC-AAM25) into eight
speaker circuits. The FACP uses the ACS link connected to the Zone Page Module (ACC-ZPMK)
for automatic activation of the speaker zones and for alarm activation.
Configuration switches are set as follows:
•
ACC-ZSM SW1 set to AAM1 and SW2 to Class B to split one ACC-AAM25 into 8 Style Y
(Class B) zones
•
ACC-ZPMK DIP switch S1 set for communication with:
 MS-9200UDLS or MS-9200UD with software version 2.x (1=ON, 2=OFF, 3=ON)
 MS-9600 with software version 2.x or higher (1=ON, 2=OFF, 3=OFF)
•
ACC-25/50ZS main circuit board DIP switch S3 set for single zone mode, All-Call and two
messages (1=ON, 2=OFF, 3=OFF)
The MS-9600, MS-9200UDLS, or MS-9200UD FACP can automatically activate the Fire Evacuation or All Clear Message and any combination of the 8 speaker zones. Manually deactivating a
speaker circuit is accomplished by pressing the activated zone push-button on the ACC-ZPMK
keypad. Manual activation can be performed by pressing either of the Message push-button(s) and
then selecting the zone push-button on the ACC-ZPMK keypad. All-Call Paging is possible by
first pressing the All-Call push-button on the main panel keypad and then keying the microphone to
make an announcement.
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Application Examples
ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST Zone Splitting Applications
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4
Zone 5
+
4.75 K, 1watt, P/N:27589
-
1 2 3 4
+ -
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4 5 6
TB9
SW2
+
+
shield
5
4
3
2
1
shield
5
4
3
2
1
-
+
+
-
+
-
Zone 6
Zone 7
+
Zone 8
+
-
ZONE 2
SW1
ZONE 3
ZONE 4
ZONE 5
ZONE 6
AAM
1&2
TB4
ZONE 7
AAM1
ZONE 8
shield
TB5
shield
5
4
3
2
1
TB6
-
ACC Comm
ZONE 1
TB2
TB1
5
4
3
2
1
+
FACP Comm
1 2 3 4
TB1
CLASS A
CLASS B
S1
BACK-UP ON
ELR resistor
required for Style Y
(Class B) only
4.75 K, 1 watt,
P/N: 75470
J1
P1
JP1
First Amplifier
Mounted on ACC-25/50ZS/T
ACC-ZSM
ACC-ZPMK Keypad
ACS (EIA-485) Link
-
1234
1234
TB2
TB1
ACS
MS-9600,
MS-9200UDLS, or
MS-9200UD FACP
ALL-CALL
POWER ON
AUDIO
ON/OFF
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
FIRE
MESSAGE
ALL CLEAR
MESSAGE
Note: Refer to Section D, ”Programmed
Activation by FACP” on page 105 for information
regarding control with other FACPs.
MESSAGE
TROUBLE
GENERATOR
TONE
GENERATOR
TROUBLE
MICROPHONE
TROUBLE
RECORD
PLAYBACK
TROUBLE
SILENCE
TENS ONES
23
9 01
9 01
S3
456
456
23
78
ON
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
78
S1
S2
zonesplitapp.wmf
+
+-
ACC-25/50ZS/T Keypad
ACC-ZPMK
Figure 5.5 ACC-25/50ZS/T 25 Watt Zone Splitting
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Application Examples
5.5.2 25 Watt Zone Splitting - Four Speaker Circuits, Style Z
(Class A)
25 watts total power with automatic control via ACS link from the FACP (see Table 2.7 on page 37,
Table 2.8 on page 40, and “ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST)”
on page 41 for switch settings).
This application of the ACC-25/50ZS/T configures the Zone Splitter Module (ACC-ZSM) to
divide 25 watts of audio from one Audio Amplifier (ACC-AAM25) into four speaker circuits. The
FACP uses the ACS link connected to the Zone Page Module (ACC-ZPMK) for automatic activation of the speaker zones and for alarm activation.
Configuration switches are set as follows:
•
ACC-ZSM SW1 set to AAM1 and SW2 to Class A to split one ACC-AAM25 into 4 Style Z
(Class A) zones
•
ACC-ZPMK DIP switch S1 set for communication with:
 MS-9200UDLS and MS-9200UD with software version 2.x (1=ON, 2=OFF, 3=ON)
 MS-9600 with software version 2.x or higher (1=ON, 2=OFF, 3=OFF)
•
ACC-25/50ZS/T main circuit board DIP switch S3 set for single zone mode, All-Call and two
messages (1=ON, 2=OFF, 3=OFF)
The MS-9600, MS-9200UDLS, or MS-9200UD FACP can automatically activate the Fire Evacuation or All Clear Message and any combination of the 4 speaker zones. Manually deactivating a
speaker circuit is accomplished by pressing the activated zone push-button on the ACC-ZPMK
keypad. Manual activation can be performed by pressing either of the Message push-button(s) and
then selecting the zone push-button on the ACC-ZPMK keypad. All-Call Paging is possible by
first pressing the All-Call push-button on the main panel keypad and then keying the microphone to
make an announcement.
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ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST Zone Splitting Applications
4.75 K, 1watt, P/N:27589
-
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
-
Zone 1+
Zone 2
-
return
Zone 3
+
TB1
shield
5
4
3
2
1
TB4
return
Zone 4
+
shield
5
4
3
2
1
TB5
shield
5
4
3
2
1
return
+
TB6
-
+
-
+
-
FACP Comm
1 2 3 4
TB1
ACC Comm
ZONE 1
TB2
ZONE 2
SW1
ZONE 3
shield
5
4
3
2
1
+
-
1 2 3 4 5 6
TB9
SW2
+
+
ZONE 4
AAM
1&2
AAM1
CLASS A
CLASS B
S1
BACK-UP ON
+
J1
JP1
ACC-ZSM
P1
First Amplifier
Mounted on ACC-25/50ZS/T
ACC-ZPMK Keypad
ACS or ANN (EIA-485) Link
+
+-
-
1234
1234
TB2
TB1
MS-9600,
MS-9200UDLS,
MS-9200UD, or
MS-5UD/MS-10UD
Series FACP
ALL-CALL
POWER ON
AUDIO
ON/OFF
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
FIRE
MESSAGE
ALL CLEAR
MESSAGE
MESSAGE
TROUBLE
GENERATOR
TONE
GENERATOR
TROUBLE
MICROPHONE
TROUBLE
RECORD
PLAYBACK
TROUBLE
SILENCE
Note: Refer to Section D, ”Programmed
Activation by FACP” on page 105 for information
regarding control with other FACPs.
TENS ONES
23
901
901
S3
45 6
23
45 6
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
78
ON
ON
78
S1
zonesplitappA.wmf
ACS or ANN
ACC-25/50ZS/T Keypad
S2
ACC-ZPMK
Figure 5.6 ACC-25/50ZS/T 25 Watt Zone Splitting
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Application Examples
5.5.3 50 Watt Zone Splitting - Eight Speaker Circuits
50 watts total power with automatic control via ACS link from the FACP (see Table 2.7 on page 37,
Table 2.8 on page 40, and “ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST)”
on page 41 for switch settings).
This application of the ACC-25/50ZS/T configures the Zone Splitter Module (ACC-ZSM) to
divide 50 watts of audio from two Audio Amplifiers (ACC-AAM25) into four speaker circuits
each. The FACP uses the ACS link connected to the Zone Page Module (ACC-ZPMK) for automatic activation of the speaker zones and for alarm activation.
Configuration switches are set as follows:
•
ACC-ZSM SW1 set to AAM1 & AAM2 and SW2 to Class B to place speaker circuits 1-4 on
AAM1 and speaker circuits 5-8 on AAM2, configured for Style Y (Class B) wiring
•
ACC-ZPMK DIP switch S1 set for communication with an MS-9200UDLS, MS-9200UD
software version 2.x (1=ON, 2=OFF, 3=ON) or MS-9600 software version 2.x or higher
(1=ON, 2=OFF, 3=OFF)
•
ACC-25/50ZS/T main circuit board DIP switch S3 set for single zone mode, All-Call and two
messages (1=ON, 2=OFF, 3=OFF)
The MS-9600, MS-9200UDLS, or MS-9200UD FACP can automatically activate the Fire Evacuation or All Clear Message and any combination of the 8 speaker zones. Manually deactivating a
speaker circuit is accomplished by pressing the activated zone push-button on the ACC-ZPMK
keypad. Manual activation can be performed by pressing either of the Message push-button(s) and
then selecting the Zone push-button on the ACC-ZPMK keypad. All-Call Paging is possible by
first pressing the All-Call push-button on the main panel keypad and then keying the microphone to
make an announcement.
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ELR resistor
required for Style Y
(Class B) only
4.75 K, 1 watt,
P/N: 75470
ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST Zone Splitting Applications
4.75 K, 1watt, P/N:27589
-
+
-
+
1 2 3 4
SW2
-
Output Zone 2
of First Zone 3
Amplifier
Zone 4
Zone 5
Output of Zone 6
Second Zone 7
Amplifier
Zone 8
+
shield
-
+
-
shield
+
-
+
+
shield
-
+
+
-
shield
1 2 3 4
TB1
SW1
1 2 3 4 5 6
TB2
1 2 3 4
TB1
TB2
ACC Comm
ZONE 1
ZONE 2
ZONE 3
ZONE 4
TB1
ZONE 5
ZONE 6
AAM
1&2
TB4
ZONE 7
AAM1
ZONE 8
CLASS A
TB5
CLASS B
S1
J1
TB6
S1
BACK-UP ON
Zone 1
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
FACP Comm
1 2 3 4 5 6
TB9
+
+
-
1 2 3 4
BACK-UP ON
+
J1
P1
P1
JP1
First Amplifier
Mounted on
ACC-25/50ZS/T
ACC-ZSM
Second Amplifier
Mounted on
ACC-25/50ZS/T
ACC-ZPMK Keypad
ACS or ANN (EIA-485) Link
1 2 3 4
+
+-
-
1234
1234
TB2
TB1
MS-9600,
MS-9200UDLS,
MS-9200UD, or
MS-5UD/MS-10UD
Series FACP
ALL-CALL
POWER ON
AUDIO
ON/OFF
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
FIRE
MESSAGE
ALL CLEAR
MESSAGE
Note: Refer to Section D, ”Programmed
Activation by FACP” on page 105 for
information regarding control with other FACPs.
MESSAGE
TROUBLE
GENERATOR
TONE
GENERATOR
TROUBLE
MICROPHONE
TROUBLE
RECORD
PLAYBACK
TROUBLE
SILENCE
TENS ONES
23
901
901
S3
456
456
23
78
ON
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ACC-25/50ZS/T Keypad
78
S1
zonesplitapp5.wmf
ACS or ANN
S2
ACC-ZPMK
Figure 5.7 ACC-25/50ZS/T 50 Watt Zone Splitting
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Application Examples
5.6 ACC-25/50 and ACC-25/50DA Installation
Audio•Command•Center•25/50 Connection to Multiple
Audio•Command•Center•25/50 Distributed Audio Panels (see Table 2.7 on page 37
for Message Control switch settings and ACC-25/50DA Manual Doc. 52265).
This application consists of one ACC-25/50 and two ACC-25/50DA panels, supplying 150 watts of
output power. The addressable FACP directs one of the five voice messages to both ACC-25/50
speaker circuits and also manages the routing of audio in the ACC-25/50DA panels via the control
modules on the SLC Loop. Audio from the first amplifier of the ACC-25/50 is input to the ACC25/50DA via the audio riser.
The ACC-25/50 is configured for single zone operation by setting S3 DIP switches 1 and 3 to ON
and DIP switch 2 to OFF. This causes CMD1 to activate the Fire Message, CMD2 to activate the
Fire Alert Message, CMD3 to activate the Tornado Message, CMD4 to activate the Chemical Spill
Message, and CMD5 to activate the All Clear Message. The FACP can route the message generated by the ACC-25/50 to the speaker circuits of the ACC-25/50DA by activating the control module connected to CMD1 of the ACC-25/50DA or it can select the ACC-25/50DA’s local message
by activating the control module connected to CMD2.
All Call paging is possible by pressing the All Call button on the keypad of the ACC-25/50. This
will activate the Master Command Bus and trigger the ACC-25/50DA speaker circuits. Keying the
microphone will allow announcements to be made on all speaker circuits.
The Audio Command Center (ACC-25/50) can be used for
systems requiring up to 50 watts of audio power.
Any FACP can be used for automatic control.
Audio Riser
The Audio Command Center Distributed Audio (ACC-25/50DA)
can be added to increase audio power above 50 watts.
25W Speaker Ckt.
25W Speaker Ckt
25W Speaker Ckt.
25W Speaker Ckt
Master Command Bus
FACP Control
1.
The FACP controls the audio system via the CMD
inputs on the ACC-25/50 and ACC-25/50DA
2.
The Audio Riser connects the audio output of the
ACC-25/50 to each of the ACC-25/50DA(s).
3.
The Master Command Bus provides an All-Call
trigger from the ACC-25/50 to the ACC25/50DA(s).
25W Speaker Ckt
25W Speaker Ckt
FACP Control
Master Command Bus
Audio Riser
To Additional
ACC-25/50DA Panels
Figure 5.8 ACC-25/50 to ACC-25/50DA Connections
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Application Examples
AUDIO ON/OFF
FIRE
MESSAGE
FIRE ALERT
MESSAGE
TORNADO
MESSAGE
CHEM SPILL
MESSAGE
ALL CLEAR
MESSAGE
Note: Typical illustration of an addressable Fire•Lite control panel and
addressable control modules. Refer to the Command Input Specification in
Section 1.2, ”Specifications” on page 19, for the voltage range.
POWER ON
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
MESSAGE
TROUBLE
GENERATOR
TONE
GENERATOR
TROUBLE
MICROPHONE
TROUBLE
RECORD
PLAYBACK
TROUBLE
SILENCE
acc25kyblnk.wmf
ALL-CALL
ACC-25/50 and ACC-25/50DA Installation
SLC Loop
SLC Loop
Addressable FACP
Addressable Control or Relay Modules
or single multimodule
Keypad Example
TB8-4 (- Master CMD Bus to 1st ACC-25/50DA)
Optional Class A Return TB8-1
from 2nd ACC-25/50DA TB8-2
TB8-3 (+ Master CMD Bus to 1st ACC-25/50DA)
4.7K ELRs
(P/N: 27072)
+ +
- -
-
+ +
-
-
1234
MASTER
CMD OUT
+ +
-
+
TB5
TB2
TB6
1234
CMD1
-
++
++
--
TB9
TB8
TB10
1234
12
12
CMD2
CMD3
CMD4
--
12
CMD5
Alarm Polarities Shown
ACC-25/50
Main Circuit Board
TB5-2
TB5-3
TB5-5 (- Audio Riser to 1st ACC-25/50DA)
Optional Style Z Return
from 1st ACC-25/50DA
TB5-6 (+ Audio Riser to 1st ACC-25/50DA)
+
-+ -
+
123456
TB1
+
- + -
1234
First Amplifier
+
123456
TB1
TB2
-+ -
- + -
1234
TB2
Second Amplifier
Addressable Control or Relay Modules
SLC Loop
TB1-3 (+Terminal of 1st Amplifier to ACC-25/50)
TB1-4 (-Terminal of 1st Amplifier to ACC-25/50)
TB5-6 (+ Audio Riser to 2nd ACC-25/50DA)
TB5-5 (- Audio Riser to 2nd ACC-25/50DA)
TB6-4 (- Master CMD Out to ACC-25/50)
TB6-1 (+ Master CMD Out to ACC-25/50)
TB8-4 (- Master CMD Bus to 2nd ACC-25/50DA)
TB8-3 (+ Master CMD Bus to 2nd ACC-25/50DA)
4.75K, 1 watt End-of-Line
resistors (P/N:75470)
1st ACC-25/50DA
Main Circuit Board
Addressable Control or Relay Modules
SLC Loop
TB5-2 (- Audio Riser to 1st ACC-25/50DA)
TB8-1 (+ Master CMD Bus to 1st ACC-25/50DA)
TB8-2 (- Master CMD Bus to 1st ACC-25/50DA)
4.75K, 1 watt End-of-Line resistor
(P/N: 75470)
Optional Style Z Return
to 1st Amplifier of
ACC-25/50 or 4.75K,
1 watt End-of-Line
resistor (P/N:75470)
only for Class B
connection.
4.75K, 1 watt End-of-Line
resistors (P/N:75470)
2nd ACC-25/50DA
Main Circuit Board
Figure 5.8 ACC-25/50 to ACC-25/50DA Terminal Connections
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TB5-3 (+ Audio Riser to 1st ACC-25/50DA)
16 Theater Cineplex Utilizing ACC-25/50ZS With ACC-25/50DAZS
Application Examples
5.7 16 Theater Cineplex Utilizing ACC-25/50ZS With ACC25/50DAZS
In this application, the Fire Protection System consists of one ACC-25/50ZS with one ACC25/50DAZS, 16 zones and an addressable FACP. Each one of the 16 movie theaters is wired and
assigned as a speaker circuit. The FACP is programmed for Software Zone 33 for Theater 1
through Software Zone 49 for Theater 16. Software Zone 32 is programmed to activate all speaker
circuits (All-Call). In addition, the Fire Evacuation Message (Message #1) is entered into Software
Zones 32 - 49.
(Zone 9)
Theatre #9
(Zone 10)
Theatre #10
(Zone 11)
Theatre #11
(Zone 12)
Theatre #12
(Zone 13)
Theatre #13
(Zone 14)
Theatre #14
6.25W
6.25W
(Zone 15)
Theatre #15
6.25W
6.25W
FACP
6.25W
SLC
To Detectors
and/or Strobes
6.25W
ACC Control Serial Link
ACS or
ANN Link
25W
Amp
25W
Amp
ACC-25/50ZS
Splitter
(Zone 16)
Theatre #16
6.25W
6.25W
ACC-25/50DAZS
25W
Amp
25W
Amp
Audio Riser
6.25W
6.25W
6.25W
6.25W
6.25W
6.25W
6.25W
6.25W
(Zone 7)
Theatre #7
(Zone 6)
Theatre #6
(Zone 4)
Theatre #4
(Zone 3)
Theatre #3
(Zone 2)
Theatre #2
(Zone 1)
Theatre #1
(Zone 5)
Theatre #5
Splitter
acc25dacineplex.wmf
(Zone 8)
Theatre #8
Automatic control by the FACP is provided through the ACS link to the ACC-25/50ZS. Manual
control is possible via the keypad in the ACC-25/50ZS. Control of Audio Zones 9 - 16 is sent
through the ACC Control Serial Link to the ACC-25/50DAZS. Alarm and Paging audio from the
ACC-25/50ZS is delivered to Audio Zones 9 - 16 (ACC-25/50DAZS) by way of the Audio Riser.
Figure 5.9 16 Theatre Cineplex
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Application Examples
Audio Command Center 24 Zone System
5.8 Audio Command Center 24 Zone System
In this application, the Fire Protection System consists of one ACC-25/50ZS panel with two ACC25/50DAZS panels, 24 zones and an FACP. Automatic control by the FACP is provided through
the ANN-BUS or ACS link to the ACC-25/50ZS. Manual control is possible via the keypad in the
ACC-25/50ZS. Control of Audio Zones 9 - 24 is sent through the ACC Control Serial Link to the
ACC-25/50DAZS Distributed Audio Panels. Alarm and Paging audio from the ACC-25/50ZS is
delivered to Audio Zones 9 - 24 (ACC-25/50DAZS panels) by way of the Audio Riser.
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Application Examples
4.75 K, 1 W
4.75 K, 1 W
5
4 Zone 5
3 TB5
2
Zone 6
1
1 2 3 4 5 6
CLASS A
CLASS B
JP1
J1
J1
P1
P1
1st Amplifier 2nd Amplifier
ACC-ZSM
+
+ shield
-+
+
Zone 4 +
Zone 5 Output
+
of 2nd
Zone 6 Amplifier Zone 7 +
+
Zone 8 -
SW1
SW1
5 Zone 7
4
3 TB6
2 Zone 8
1
Zone 1
Output Zone 2
of 1st
Amplifier Zone 3
CKT TBL AMP SUPV
AAM
1&2
AAM1
+ -
+ -
1 2 3 4
TB2
TB2
TB9
SW2
5 Zone 1
4
3 TB1
2
Zone 2
1
5
Zone 3
4
3 TB4
2
Zone 4
1
TB1
TB2
SW1
5 Zone 1
4
3 TB1
2
Zone 2
1
5
Zone 3
4
3 TB4
2
Zone 4
1
5
4 Zone 5
3 TB5
2
Zone 6
1
AAM
1&2
AAM1
CLASS A
CLASS B
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 3 4
TB1
TB1
TB2
J1
JP1
1 2 3 4
TB2
SW1
SW1
5 Zone 7
4
3 TB6
2 Zone 8
1
J1
P1
P1
1st Amplifier 2nd Amplifier
ACC-ZSM
-
Address 01:
S3=0
S2=1
ACC
Zone 1
Zone 13
Zone 2
Zone 14
Zone 3
Zone 15
Zone 4
Zone 16
Zone 5
Zone 17
Zone 6
Zone 18
Zone 7
Zone 19
Zone 8
Zone 20
Zone 9
Zone 21
Zone 10
Zone 22
ON
9 01
9 01
TENS ONES
23
S3
78
ACC-ZPM
23
456
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
S2
S3
456
23
45 6
45 6
23
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
78
ON
ACC-25/50DAZS
S1
TENS ONES
FIRE
MESSAGE
FIRE ALERT
MESSAGE
TORNADO
MESSAGE
CHEM SPILL
MESSAGE
ALL CLEAR
MESSAGE
S2
ACC-ZPMK
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
MESSAGE
TROUBLE
GENERATOR
TONE
GENERATOR
TROUBLE
MICROPHONE
TROUBLE
RECORD
PLAYBACK
TROUBLE
SILENCE
Keypad Example
Zone 24
Zone 12
S1
AUDIO ON/OFF
Zone 23
Zone 11
9 01
ACCSCB-PCA
motherboard
POWER ON
FACP
9 01
AUDIO
RISER
78
+
78
+
Zone 9
- shield
+
Output Zone 10
of 1st
+
Zone 11 Amp
Zone 12 +
+
Zone 13 Output Zone 14 +
of 2nd
+
Amp Zone 15 +
Zone 16 -
SW1
CKT TBL AMP SUPV
SW2
TB1
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
CKT TBL AMP SUPV
TB9
BACK-UP ON
TB2
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 3 4
BACK-UP ON
1 2 3 4 5 6
+ -
+ -
+ -
CKT TBL AMP SUPV
+ -
1 2 3 4
BACK-UP ON
+ -
1 2 3 4
BACK-UP ON
+ -
Address 01:
S3=0
S2=1
S1 DIP Switch
Switch 7 = ON
ACC-25/50ZS
+ -
+ -
1 2 3 4
+ -
+ -
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4 5 6
+
Zone 17
+ shield
Output
Zone 18
of 1st
+
Amplifier Zone 19 +
Zone 20
+
Zone 21
+
Output Zone 22
+
of 2nd
Zone
23
Amplifier
+
Zone 24
SW1
5 Zone 1
4
3 TB1
2
Zone 2
1
5
Zone 3
4
3 TB4
2
Zone 4
1
5
4 Zone 5
3 TB5
2
Zone 6
1
AAM
1&2
AAM1
CLASS A
CLASS B
JP1
ACC-ZSM
J1
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 3 4
TB2
1 2 3 4
TB1
TB2
+
P1
-
ACS/
ANN-BUS
SW1
SW1
5 Zone 7
4
3 TB6
2 Zone 8
1
-
CKT TBL AMP SUPV
SW2
TB1
CKT TBL AMP SUPV
TB9
BACK-UP ON
TB2
BACK-UP ON
4.75 K, 1 W
J1
P1
1st Amplifier 2nd Amplifier
FACP
+
ACCSCB-PCA
motherboard
TENS ONES
9 01
78
S3
ACC-25/50DAZS
23
45 6
23
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 01
ON
ON
78
S1
45 6
Address 02:
S3=0
S2=2
S2
ACC-ZPM
ac25dazs24zone.wmf
AUDIO
RISER
Figure 5.10 24 Zone System
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Section 6: Power Supply Calculations
6.1 Overview
This section contains instructions and tables for calculating power supply currents in alarm and
standby conditions. This is a four-step process, consisting of the following:
1.
Calculating the total amount of AC branch circuit current required to operate the system
2.
Calculating the power supply load current for non-fire and fire alarm conditions and
calculating the secondary (battery) load
3.
Calculating the size of batteries required to support the system if an AC power loss occurs
4.
Selecting the proper batteries for your system
6.2 Calculating the AC Branch Circuit
The audio distribution panel requires connection to a separate, dedicated AC branch circuit, which
must be labeled FIRE ALARM. This branch circuit must connect to the line side of the main
power feed of the protected premises. No other non-fire alarm equipment may be powered from
the fire alarm branch circuit. The branch circuit wire must run continuously, without any disconnect devices, from the power source to the transponder. Overcurrent protection for this circuit must
comply with Article 760 of the National Electrical Codes as well as local codes. Use 14 AWG
(2.00 mm2) wire with 600 volt insulation for this branch circuit.
The ACC-25/50, ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST require 1.5 amps from the AC branch circuit.
6.3 Calculating the System Current Draw
6.3.1 Overview
The secondary power source (batteries) must be able to power the system during a primary power
loss. To calculate the non-fire alarm load on the secondary power source, use Calculation
Column 1 in Table 6.3 . The ACC-25/50 must support a larger load current during a fire alarm condition and primary power loss. To calculate the fire alarm load on the secondary power source, use
Calculation Column 2 in Table 6.3 .
When calculating current draw and the battery size, note the following:
•
‘Primary’ indicates that the audio panel is being powered by AC
•
‘Secondary’ indicates that the audio panel is being powered by battery backup during AC
failure
•
All currents are given in amperes (A) and refer to the DC current being supplied by the panel.
Table 6.1 shows how to convert milliamperes and microamperes to full amperes
To convert....
Multiply
Milliamperes (mA) to
amperes (A)
mA x 0.001
Microamperes (µA) to
amperes (A)
µA x 0.000001
Example
3 mA x 0.001 = 0.003 A
300 µA x 0.000001 = 0.0003 A
Table 6.1 Converting to Full Amperes
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Calculating the System Current Draw
Power Supply Calculations
6.3.2 How to use Table 6.2 to calculate system current draws
1.
Enter the quantity of devices in both columns.
2.
Enter the DC current draw where required. Refer to the Fire•Lite Device Compatibility
Document for compatible devices and their current draw.
3.
Calculate the current draws for each in both columns.
4.
Sum the total current for each column.
5.
Copy the totals from Column 1 and Column 2 to Table 6.3 on page 100.
Following are the types of current that can be entered into Table 6.2 :
 Calculation Column 1 - The standby current load that the audio panel must support (from
the batteries) during a non-fire alarm condition and a loss of AC power.
 Calculation Column 2 - The alarm current draw that the audio panel must support (from
the batteries) during a fire alarm condition and a loss of AC power
Table 6.2 contains two columns for calculating current draws. For each column, calculate the current and enter the total (in amps) in the bottom row. When finished, copy the totals from Calculation Column 1 and Calculation Column 2 to Table 6.3 on page 100.
Calculation Column 2
Secondary, Fire Alarm Current
(amps)
X [current
total
Qty
draw] =
Calculation Column 1
Secondary, Non-Fire Alarm Current
(amps)
X [current
total
Qty
draw] =
Device Type
ACC-25/50 consisting of:
Main Circuit Board and
one ACC-AAM25 Audio Amplifier
ACC-25/50ZS1 consisting of
Main Circuit Board, one ACC-AAM25
Audio Amplifier, one ACC-ZPMK Zone
Page Module and one ACC-ZSM Zone
Splitter Module
ACC-AAM25
Audio Amplifier Module 2
FC-RM Remote Microphone with 3
FC-MIM Microphone Interface Module
ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module
ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module
ACC-FFT Fire Fighter Telephone
Module1
ACC-EPM External Page Module
Power Supervision Relays
Additional Current Draw from TB4
Special Application Auxiliary Power
Output
(0.035 amps maximum)
Sum each column for totals
X [0.285]
or
1
=[
]
X [2.385]
or
1
X [0.440]
[
]
(1 max.)
[
]
(1 max.)
[
]
[
]
[
]
=[
]
X [2.505]
X [0.065]=
[
]
[
]
X [2.00]=
[
]
X [0.006]=
[
]
[
]
X [0.030]=
[
]
X[0.059]=
X[0.005]=
X[0.057]
[
[
[
]
]
]
[
[
]
]
X[0.059]=
X[0.063]=
X[0.082]
[
[
[
]
]
]
[
[
]
]
X [0.005]=
X[
]=
[
[
]
]
[
[
]
]
X [0.005]=
X[
]=
[
[
]
]
[
]
X[
[
]
[
]
X[
[
]
]=
Secondary non-alarm:
]=
Secondary alarm:
Table 6.2 System Current Draw Calculations
1 Include the ACC-25/50ZS and the ACC-FFT when calculating current draw for the ACC-25/50ZST.
2 In backup configurations, the optional ACC-AAM25 draws no current in alarm
3 Uses the same current draw whether the Remote Microphone Module is connected via the FC-MIM
or ACC-FFT module.
4 The FC-XRM70 Transformer Module draws no current in standby or alarm
5 The FC-LPS Local Playback Speaker Module draws no current in standby or alarm
6 The ACC-25/50 will turn off the background music in the event AC power is lost in order to conserve
battery power.
7 Refer to the Fire•Lite Device Compatibility Document for compatible devices and their current draws
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Power Supply Calculations
Calculating the Battery Size
6.4 Calculating the Battery Size
Use Table 6.3 to calculate the total Standby and Alarm load in ampere hours (AH). This total load
determines the battery size (in AH), required to support the ACC-25/50 Series under the loss of AC
power. Complete Table 6.3 as follows:
1.
Enter the totals from Table 6.2 on page 99 Calculation Columns 1 and 2 where shown.
2.
Enter the NFPA Standby and Alarm times (refer to Section 6.4.1, ”NFPA Battery
Requirements”).
3.
Calculate the ampere hours for Standby and Alarm, then sum the Standby and Alarm ampere
hours.
4.
Multiply the sum by the derating factor of 1.2 to get the proper battery size (in AH).
5.
Write the ampere hour requirements on the Protected Premises label located inside the cabinet
door.
Secondary Standby Load
(total from Table 6.2 Calculation Column 1)
[
]
Secondary Alarm Load
(total from Table 6.2 Calculation Column 2)
[
]
Required Standby Time
(24 or 60 hours)
[
]
Required Alarm Time
(for 5 min., enter 0.084,
for 10 min., enter 0.168,
for 15 min., enter 0.250)
[
]
Sum of Standby and Alarm Ampere Hours
=
AH
=
AH
=
AH
Multiply by the Derating Factor
X 1.2
Battery Size, Total Ampere Hours Required
=
AH
Table 6.3 Total Secondary Power Requirements at 24 VDC
6.4.1 NFPA Battery Requirements
NFPA requires 24 hours of standby plus 15 minutes activation for audio systems. The total ampere
hours required cannot exceed 18 AH with an internal charger. An external charger can be used to
increase the total ampere hours (internal charger must be disabled).
6.4.2 Selecting and Locating Batteries
Select batteries that meet or exceed the total ampere hours calculated in Table 6.3. The audio panel
can charge batteries in the 7 AH to 18 AH range. The ACC-25/50 Series can house up to 18 AH
batteries.
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Appendix A: Digital Voice Messages
The AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50 Series digital message generator provides a 60 second
record time which allows for a single fire message of 60 seconds length, two 30 second messages,
three 20 second messages, four 15 second messages or five 12 second messages, any of which may
be field programmed. Refer to Section 4.1.5, ”Record/Playback Button - Record Customized Messages” on page 64. The AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50 Series is provided with a factory
recorded single ‘primary’ message which can be changed in the field. The prerecorded message
(female voice) is:
“May I have your attention please. May I have your attention please. The signal you have just
heard indicates a report of a fire in this building. Please proceed to the nearest exit and leave
the building. Do not reenter the building unless directed to do so by the proper authorities.”
New messages can be recorded in the field. Be certain to get the approval of the Local Authority
Having Jurisdiction prior to recording new messages. Following are some examples of messages
which may be recorded in the field:
102
•
“May I have your attention please. May I have your attention please. There has been a fire
reported on your floor. There has been a fire reported on your floor. Please proceed to the
stairways and exit the building. Do not use the elevators.”
•
“May I have your attention please. May I have your attention please. There has been a fire
alarm reported in the building. There has been a fire alarm reported in the building. Please
proceed to the stairways and exit the building. Do no use the elevators, but proceed to the
stairways and exit the building.”
•
“May I have your attention please. May I have your attention please. A tornado warning has
been issued for this area. A tornado warning has been issued for this area. Please take all
appropriate safety actions at this time.”
•
“May I have your attention please. May I have your attention please. A hurricane warning has
been issued for this area. A hurricane warning has been issued for this area. Please take all
appropriate safety actions at this time.”
•
“May I have your attention please. May I have your attention please. An emergency condition
exists on this floor. An emergency condition exists on this floor. Please proceed to the
stairways and exit the building. Do not use the elevators.”
•
“May I have your attention. This is an emergency. Please walk to the nearest exit and go to
your assembly areas and await further instructions. This is an emergency.”
•
“Your attention please. The fire alarm in this building has been activated. Please cease
operations immediately and proceed into the nearest fire exit. Descend to street level and leave
the building. Do not use the elevator.”
•
“There has been a Fire Emergency reported in this building. Proceed calmly to fire stairs. Do
not use elevators. Do not contact the front desk unless evacuation assistance is required.
Proceed directly to fire stairs. Fire personnel will assist disabled and elderly from the fire
stairs. Floor Wardens report status by fire phone.”
•
“May I have your attention please. There has been a Fire Emergency reported in the building.
While this is being verified, please leave the building by the nearest exit or exit stairway.”
•
“Attention. Your attention please. The building emergency condition has been cleared. You
may return to your normal activities. The building emergency has been cleared. You may
return to your normal activities.”
•
“Your attention please. A severe weather warning has been received. Please walk to the
nearest safe area and wait for further instructions. Elevator lobbies, stairwells, bathrooms and
auditoriums are designated safe areas in the event of severe weather. Stay away from windows
and glass. Do not use the elevators.”
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Appendix B: Addressable Module Connections
When configured with an addressable FACP such as the MS-9200UDLS, MS-9200UD,
MS-9200C(E), or MS-9600, the AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50 Series may be triggered
either by the FACP main NAC output or from addressable control modules. Figure B.1 illustrates
CMD1 triggered by an addressable control module. The addressable control module may trigger
the ACC-25/50 Series via reverse polarity (shown) or relay contact. The FACP monitors the ACC25/50 Series for faults while in the standby or alarm state by wiring a monitor module to the trouble
contacts as shown in Figure B.1. Activation of the addressable control module is controlled by the
FACP. Refer to the MS-9200UDLS, MS-9200UD, MS-9200C(E), or MS-9600 manual for additional information.
24 VDC
+
Output +
Output
-
T11
T10
T9
T8
T7
T6
T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
SLC
T11
T10
T9
T8
T7
T6
Control
Module*
4.7K ELRs PN: 27072
Note 1
+
CMD4 IN
CMD3 IN
TB1
CMD2
TB10
CMD1
TB9
AUX
POWER
TB8
TB6 TB4
MASTER
CMD OUT
one in this figure, refer to the SLC
manual devices wiring conversion
charts for the legacy and newer type
modules.
Note
3
TB5
TB2
TB7
*If the SLC device does not match the
JP1
AC PWR S3
CMD5 IN TROUBLE
RELAY BATT TBL
CHG TBL
S5
GND FLT S1
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
S2
P13
EXT PAGE
INPUT
POWER ON
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
MESSAGE 1
PRIMARY AMP
CHGR DISABLE
P4
P1
RECORD
BYPASS
ZONE 1
P12
P5
REMOTE
MIC INPUT
SECONDARY AMP
P3
EXT.AUDIO
INPUT
CB1
MESSAGE
TROUBLE
GENERATOR
P1
TONE
GENERATOR
TROUBLE
MICROPHONE
TROUBLE
RECORD
PLAYBACK
TROUBLE
SILENCE
TB3
-+
AC HOT NEUT EARTH BATTERY
EXT.AUDIO
INPUT
P11
P10
ZONE PAGE MODULE
P2
P9
LOCAL
ZONE PAGE MODULE PLAYBACK
P6
MICROPHONE
Figure B.1 Addressable Module Connections
Notes:
1.
Auxiliary Power terminals for special application power only. Wiring must remain in the
room.
2.
Supervise the wiring between the ACC-25/50 Series Auxiliary Power output and the control
module with an EOL relay (EOLR-1).
3.
End-of-Line resistor supplied with modules.
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4.7K ELR
PN: 27072
SLC
Monitor
Module*
EOL Power Supervision
Relay (EOLR-1)
Note 2
Note
3
Specific
Application
Power
T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
Appendix C: Wiring Requirements
Connecting external system accessories to the AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50 Series main
circuits must be carefully considered to ensure proper operation. It is important to use the correct
type of wire, wire gauge and wire run length per each circuit. Refer to the following table to specify wire requirements and limitations.
NOTE: If an SLC loop is to be run in conduit with AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50 Series
Notification Appliance Circuits, the risk of encountering problems can be greatly reduced by using
twisted, shielded cable on the SLC and NACs.
CIRCUIT CONNECTIONS
WIRE REQUIREMENTS
Wire Type &
Limitations
Recommended Maximum Distance
(Feet)
Primary Power Input to
ACC-25/50 Series,
AC Voltage
See Note1
Power Supplied must be:
120 VAC, 60 Hz, 1.5 amps (see Note1)
Terminals Support
12-18 AWG
(see Note1)
Audio Output
ACC-AAM25 Module
TB1 and
ACC-ZSM Module
(power-limited)
Notification Appliance Circuit
See Note2
Untwisted,
unshielded or
twisted, shielded
See Note3
12 - 18 AWG
ACC-ZPMK Module
ACS (EIA-485 Circuit
Circuit Type
Circuit Function
AC Power
TB3 (nonpower-limited)
Wire Gauge
4,000 feet
12 - 18 AWG
2
ACC-FFT TB1
Telephone Loop
See Note
Untwisted
unshielded or
twisted, shielded
54 maximum impedance
12 - 18 AWG
ACC-FFT TB2
Contact Closure
Input Trigger
Untwisted
unshielded
54 maximum impedance
12 - 18 AWG
ACC-FFT TB3
Remote Microphone
Connection4
See Note4
See Note4
See Note4
ACC-EPM Module
External Page Connection
CMD1 and CMD2 Main
Board TB2 and TB5
Triggers ACC-25/50 Series
See Note1
Untwisted,
unshielded or
twisted, shielded
Depends on Output (trigger) Circuit
9 - 32 VDC, 1.6 mA for polarity reversal
relay must be rated at 0.5 amp, 24
VDC
12 - 18 AWG
12 - 18 AWG
CMD3, CMD4 and
CMD5 Main Board TB8,
TB9 and TB10
Triggers ACC-25/50 Series
See Note1
Untwisted,
unshielded or
twisted, shielded
Depends on Output (trigger)
Circuit from contact device
12 - 18 AWG
Main Board TB6 Master
Command Bus Reverse
Polarity (power-limited)
Output Trigger for Multiple
ACC-25/50 Series
configurations
Untwisted,
unshielded
200 ohms maximum
12 - 18 AWG
Trouble Relay Main
Board TB1
Trouble Output
Maximum
Current 2 amps
Depends on Input Circuit
12 - 18 AWG
AC Loss Relay
Main Board TB7
AC Loss Output
Maximum
Current 2 amps
Depends on Input Circuit
12 - 18 AWG
Table C.1 AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50 Series Wiring Requirements
1
2
3
4
104
Refer to NEC Standards.
Twisted, shielded wire is recommended for maximum protection against EMI and AFI emissions and susceptibility.
Must also meet NFPA 72 Standards for minimum and maximum sound levels.
Refer to Remote Microphone Document #51247.
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Appendix D: Programmed Activation by FACP
The Audio Command Center Zone Split system (ACC-25/50ZS/T) can be automatically controlled
by any FACP. The following table lists the available audio features and the control signals that are
required from the FACP.
ACCZPMK
S1 DIP
Switch
Settings
1 2 3
FACP
Individual
Audio
Zone Control
via
Serial Link
Individual Control of
All Messages
Simultaneous
Activation of All
Audio Zones1
ACS
ANN
ACS
ANN
CMD
Fire Fighter
Telephone
Remote
Annunciation
via
Serial Link
ACS
ANN
Non-ACS/ANN-BUS FACP or
MS-9200UD version 12
0 0 0
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
MS-5210UD
0 0 1
Yes
No
No3,4
No
Yes3
No
No
No
MS-9200
0 1 0
Yes
No
No3
No
Yes5
Yes
Yes
No
No
No4
No
Yes5
Yes
Yes
No
6
Yes
Yes
7
No
MS-9600 version 1
0 1 1
Yes
MS-9600 version 2 or 3
1 0 0
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
MS-9200UDLS or
MS-9200UD version 2 or 3
1 0 1
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes7
Yes
Yes7
No
MS-9200UDLS version 4 or higher
1 1 0
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes8
Yes
MS-9600LS version 4 or higher
1 1 0
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes7
Yes
MS-5UD-3/7 or MS-10UD-3/7
version 2 or higher
1 1 0
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes9
Yes
No
No
future
1 1 1
Table D.1 FACP Message/Zone Control of the ACC-25/50ZS/T
1 There may be up to an 8 second delay between alarm indication on the FACP and activation of the message and
speaker zones on the ACC-25/50ZS/T.
2 ACS link control utilizing the MS-9200UD version 1 is not available.
3 The MS-5210UD can control up to 5 messages via the ACS link using the ACM-8RF Relay Module.
4 Only Message #1 can be automatically activated by the FACP via ACS control.
5 Program Software Zone 32 in the FACP to activate all the Audio Zones on the ACC-25/50ZS/T.
6 For CMD Input Control using version 2 or higher, set the ACC-ZPMK DIP switch for MS-9600 version 1.
7 Enable ACS address 07 to annunciate remote FFT locations.
8 Enable ACS address 05 to annunciate remote FFT locations.
9 For CMD Input Control using the MS-5UD-3/7 or MS-10UD-3/7, set the ACC-ZPMK DIP switch for
Non-ACS/ANN-BUS FACP.
Column Descriptions for Table D.1
•
FACP - the Fire Alarm Control Panel being used
•
ACC-ZPMK S1 DIP switch Setting - the DIP switch setting on the ACC-ZPMK in accordance
with the FACP installed
•
Individual Audio Zone Control via ACS/ANN-BUS Link - ACS or ANN-BUS compatible
FACPs can control each audio zone on the ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST (refer to the
FACP specific programming sections in this Appendix)
•
Individual Control of All Messages - control of all voice messages in the ACC-25/50ZS or
ACC-25/50ZST can be accomplished through the ACS/ANN-BUS link or by triggering the
CMD inputs (refer to the FACP specific programming sections in this Appendix.)
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MS-9600, MS-9200UDLS and MS-9200UD
•
Simultaneous Activation of All Audio Zones - this is a single trip mechanism via a zone on the
ACS/ANN-BUS link or CMD input trigger that activates all the audio zones at the same time
(refer to the FACP specific programming sections in this Appendix.)
•
Fire Fighter Telephone Remote Annunciation via ACS/ANN-BUS - an intelligent FACP utilizing addressable monitor modules and the ACS/ANN-BUS link can annunciate the status of the
remote FFT jacks (refer to the FACP specific programming section in this Appendix.)
D.1 MS-9600, MS-9200UDLS and MS-9200UD
The ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST can be automatically triggered via the ACS serial link by
the MS-9600 (version 2 or higher), MS-9200UDLS and MS-9200UD (version 2 or higher) to transmit one of five messages over selected speaker circuits. This is accomplished by zone programming at the FACP.
Annunciation of remote Fire Fighter Telephone locations on the ACC-FFT keypad (ACC25/50ZST only) is also transmitted via the ACS serial link. This is accomplished by point programming at the FACP.
D.1.1 Overview
The ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST provide 8 speaker circuits standard via the ACC-ZSM
Zone Splitter Module. Expansion to 24 speaker circuits is possible by adding ACC-25/50DAZS
panels. The ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST also have the ability to generate and direct one of
five messages to specific speaker circuits.
The MS-9600, MS-9200UDLS, and MS-9200UD communicate with the ACC-25/50ZS and ACC25/50ZST over the ACS annunciator terminals. The ACS Annunciator option for ACS address 01
must therefore be enabled in the FACP programming. When this option is enabled, FACP zones
Z33 through Z56 are dedicated as output zones for speaker circuits 1 through 24 respectively.
FACP Zone 32 is dedicated to turn on all speaker circuits. The FACPs will then allow the installer
to program individual addressable devices to any of the speaker circuits using the Zone Setup
menu. In addition, one of five messages can be generated over the selected speaker circuit.
To annunciate remote Fire Fighter locations in the ACC-25/50ZST, ACS address 07 must be
enabled in the MS-9200UDLS or address 05 for version 4 or higher; or ACS address 07 for the MS9600. When this option is enabled, SLC points 75-98 on the MS-9200UDLS or SLC points 135158 on loop #1 of the MS-9600 are dedicated to FFT 1-24 indicators on the ACC-FFT keypad.
All faults on the ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST are sent upstream via the ACS link to the MS9600, MS-9200UDLS, or MS-9200UD and are indicated as an ACS Fault on the display.
Important Notes:
1.
For proper operation, a message must be assigned to each zone that is programmed to activate
an audio speaker circuit.
2.
The message repeat setting on the ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST should be set to infinite.
This will ensure that lower priority activated zones will continue to broadcast the voice
message.
3.
CMD inputs are not used for activation of the ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST, however,
4.7K ELRs must still be connected across CMD3, CMD4, and CMD5.
4.
When implementing annunciation of remote FFT locations, the ACC-25/50ZST defaults to
receive only mode for ACS address 05 or ACS address 07.
D.1.2 Basic MS-9600/MS-9200UD/MS-9200UDLS & ACC-25/50ZS/T
Step-By-Step Install/Setup
106
1.
Connect ACS wiring from FACP to ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST.
2.
Set ACS Address Wheels on ACC-ZPMK to address 01.
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Programmed Activation by FACP
3.
Set DIP Switches 1, 2, and 3 on Switch S1 of the ACC-ZPMK for operation with the MS-9600,
MS-9200UD, MS-9200UDLS FACP and switches 6, 7, and 8 for the number of ACC25/50DAZS panels.
4.
Set Switch SW1 on the ACC-ZSM for one or two Audio Amplifier (ACC-AAM25)
configuration.
5.
Set Switch SW2 on the ACC-ZSM for Style Y (Class B) or Style Z (Class A) speaker circuit
wiring.
6.
Set DIP switches 1, 2, and 3 on Switch S3 of the ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST
motherboard for Single Zone with activation of 2-5 messages.
7.
Record any new messages into the ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST.
8.
Enable ACS communication to address 01 and assign messages (1-5) to audio zones (32-56) in
the FACP.
9.
ACC-25/50ZST with remote FFT location annunciation:
MS-9200UDLSMS-9200UDLS - Enable ACS address 07 or address 05 (for version 4 and
higher) and program SLC points 75-98.
MS-9600 - Enable ACS address 07 and program SLC loop #1 points 135-158.
D.1.3 Wiring From ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST to FACP
MS-9600 and MS-9600LS
The FACP communicates with the ACC-25/50ZS/T over the ACS or ANN-BUS annunciator link.
Wiring must be connected between Terminal TB6 on the FACP and Terminal TB1 on the ACCZPMK Zone Page Module installed on the ACC-25/50ZS/T panel.
A
B
to other ACS/ANN
devices
9600zpmk.wmf
ANN
ACS
ACC-ZPMK
MS-9600 or MS-9600LS
Figure D.1 Connection for MS-9600 or MS-9600LS to ACC-ZPMK
MS-9200UD and MS-9200UDLS
The MS-9200UD and MS-9200UDLS FACPs communicate with the ACC-25/50ZS or ACC25/50ZST over the ACS or ANN-BUS annunciator link. Wiring must be connected between Terminal TB9 on the FACP and Terminal TB1 on the ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module installed on the
ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST panel.
A
+
TB8 OUT+ IN+ OUT- IN- TB9
B
ACS
TB10 SLC
B+
+ +
SLC SLC SLC
A+ B- A-
B
ACS
MS-9200UD or MS-9200UDLS
to other ACS/ANN
devices
1 2 3 4
SHIELD
A
- -
TB2
TB1
ACC-ZPMK
9200udzpmk.wmf
ANN
ACS
Figure D.2 Connection for MS-9200UD or MS-9200UDLS to ACC-ZPMK
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MS-9600, MS-9200UDLS and MS-9200UD
D.1.4 ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST Switch Settings
ACC-ZPMK DIP Switch S1
•
Switches 1, 2, and 3 are used to configure the ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST for operation
with a specific FACP as shown in the following table:
SWITCH
1
SWITCH
2
SWITCH
3
CONFIGURED FOR OPERATION WITH FOLLOWING FIRE ALARM
CONTROL PANEL
OFF
OFF
OFF
MS-9200UD version 1
OFF
ON
ON
ACS Protocol: MS-9600 version 1
ON
OFF
OFF
ACS Protocol: MS-9600 version 2 or higher
ON
OFF
ON
ACS Protocol: MS-9200UDLS or MS-9200UD version 2 or higher
ON
ON
OFF
ANN-BUS Protocol:
MS-9600LS Version 4 or higher
MS-9200UDLS Version 4 or higher
Table D.2 FACP Configuration
•
Switch 4 - future use
•
Switches 5, 6, 7, and 8 - used to set the number of ACC-25/50DAZS panels installed.
S1 DIP Switch
ON
OFF
5
not used (must be set to OFF)
6
This switch works in conjunction with switches 7 & 8 to set the number of ACC-25/50DAZS panels connected
7
This switch works in conjunction with switches 6 & 8 to set the number of ACC-25/50DAZS panels connected
8
6 OFF, 7 OFF, 8 OFF = No ACC-25/50DAZS Distributed Audio Panels connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
6 OFF, 7 OFF, 8 ON = 1 ACC-25/50DAZS Distributed Audio Panel connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
6 OFF, 7 ON, 8 OFF = 2 ACC-25/50DAZS Distributed Audio Panels connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
6 OFF, 7 ON, 8 ON = 3 ACC-25/50DAZS Distributed Audio Panels connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
6 ON, 7 OFF, 8 OFF = 4 ACC-25/50DAZS Distributed Audio Panels connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
6 ON, 7 OFF, 8 ON = 5 ACC-25/50DAZS Distributed Audio Panels connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
Table D.3 Number of ACC-25/50DAZS Panels Installed
ACC-ZPMK Rotary Address Switches S2 and S3
ACS Protocol:
The address switches must be set to ACS address 01 to communicate with the FACP. Any other
ACS devices which are set to address 01 should be in Receive Mode only.
•
S2=1
•
S3=0
ANN-BUS Protocol:
The address switches can be set to any address between 01 through 08 to communicate with the
FACP. Any other ANN-BUS devices must be set to a different address.
•
S2=1-8
•
S3=0
ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module Switch Settings
See “ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST)” on page 41 for information on setting these switches.
ACC-FFT Fire Fighter Module Switch Setting (ACC-25/50ZST only)
See Section “SW1 - Remote Microphone Installed Switch on ACC-FFT” on page 39 for additional
information.
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D.1.5 FACP Programming
The MS-9600, MS-9200UDLS, and MS-9200UD FACPs must be programmed to operate with the
ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST Audio Control Center. The following table summarizes the steps
involved in programming the FACPs. A detailed description of each step follows the table.
1.
Enable the ACS or ANN-BUS annunciator at FACP
refer to FACP manual Option Module Programming
2.
Assign zone(s) to each addressable device
refer to FACP manual Point Programming
3.
Program message to be generated over each speaker circuit
refer to Message Assignment in following section
4.
Activate individual devices to ensure proper programming
compare to desired programming
Table D.4 FACP Programming Steps
ACS Annunciator
The ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST communicate with the FACP via the ACS link. Enable the
ACS Annunciator address 01 as described in the appropriate FACP manual. For ACC-25/50ZST
using annunciation of remote FFTs, enable address 05 for the MS-9200UDLS and address 07 for
the MS-9600. The ACS programming options can be accessed by entering Programming Mode
and selecting Option Modules from the list of programming options.
ANN-BUS Annunciator
The ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST communicate with the FACP via the ANN-BUS link.
Auto-configure the ANN-BUS Annunciator as described in the appropriate FACP manual. The
ANN-BUS programming options can be accessed by entering Programming Mode and selecting
Option Modules from the list of programming options.
Zone Assignment
Zones must be assigned to each addressable input device in order to activate the appropriate output
device(s). Program each device to a zone as described in the appropriate FACP manual. Device
programming can be accessed by entering Programming Mode and selecting Point Program from
the list of programming options.
Note that when the ACS/ANN-BUS Annunciator option is enabled at the FACP, speaker circuits at
the ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST are automatically assigned dedicated zone numbers. These
zone numbers can then be programmed to addressable input devices which will allow the input
device to activate the programmed speaker zone.
The following table lists the zone numbers that are automatically assigned to each speaker circuit.
Note that the ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module installed in the ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST
provides 8 Style Y (Class B) speaker circuits. Additional speaker circuits can be added using the
ACC-25/50DAZS.
Speaker Circuit Number
Zone Number
All Speaker Circuits (1-24)
32
1 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
33
2 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
34
3 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
35
4 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
36
5 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
37
6 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
38
7 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
39
8 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
40
Table D.5 Speaker Circuit Zone Assignments
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9 (on 1st ACC-25/50DAZS)
41
10 (on 1st ACC-25/50DAZS)
42
11 (on 1st ACC-25/50DAZS)
43
12 (on 1st ACC-25/50DAZS)
44
13 (on 1st ACC-25/50DAZS)
45
14 (on 1st ACC-25/50DAZS)
46
15 (on 1st ACC-25/50DAZS)
47
16 (on 1st ACC-25/50DAZS)
48
17 (on 2nd ACC-25/50DAZS)
49
18 (on 2nd ACC-25/50DAZS)
50
19 (on 2nd ACC-25/50DAZS)
51
20 (on 2nd ACC-25/50DAZS)
52
21 (on 2nd ACC-25/50DAZS)
53
22 (on 2nd ACC-25/50DAZS)
54
23 (on 2nd ACC-25/50DAZS)
55
24 (on 2nd ACC-25/50DAZS)
56
Table D.5 Speaker Circuit Zone Assignments
Note that Zone 32 is assigned to all speaker circuits. If an addressable device programmed to Zone
32 is activated, the message programmed to Zone 32 will be generated to all speaker circuits. The
exception is when one or more devices programmed to Zones 33 through 40 is also activated. If the
newly activated zone is programmed to a message with a higher priority then Zone 32, the higher
priority message will be generated to all circuits.
IMPORTANT! Messages have a priority scheme with Message 1 having the highest priority and
Message 5 having the lowest priority. For example, If an addressable device activates a speaker circuit programmed to generate Message 5, that message will be generated over the selected speaker
zone. If later, another device activates a speaker circuit programmed to generate Message 3, Message 3 has a higher priority then Message 5 and will therefore be generated over both activated
speaker zones. The highest priority message will always be generated over all activated speaker
circuits.
Programming Tips for MS-9600, MS-9600LD, MS-9200UDLS, and MS-9200UD
It is important to note that Message 1 is assigned to Zone 00 (General Alarm) as a default. A message, however, will not be generated over the speaker circuits unless one of the following programming steps is completed:
•
For General Alarm applications, all input points must have an audio zone assigned to it:
 Z32 to activate all audio zones
OR
 Z33 to Z56 for specific audio zone control
•
For non-General Alarm applications where input devices and/or messages are mapped to specific zones, Message 1 must be removed from Zone 00 programming.
Message Assignment - Speaker Specific
The ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST have the capability of generating up to five different messages. Any one of the five messages can be programmed to each of the speaker circuit Zones 32
through 56. For example:
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if an addressable device programmed to Zone 35 is activated and no other devices are active,
the message programmed for Zone 35 will be generated over speaker circuit 3 on the ACC25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST. (Refer to Table D.5 on page 109).
Programmed to
Speaker Circuit 3
activate
Message 3
Addressable Pull Station
•
Zone 35
if an addressable device (address 09 in example below) programmed to Zone 35 is activated
and a second addressable device (address 15 in example below) programmed to Zone 36 is
activated, the highest priority message programmed to either Zone 35 or Zone 36 (Message 3
in example below) will be generated over speaker circuits 3 and 4. (Table D.5 on page 109). If
an addressable device (address 21 in example below) programmed to Zone 32 is then activated, the highest priority message programmed to Zone 32, 35, or 36 (Message 1 in example
below) will be generated over all speaker circuits. (Table D.5 on page 109).
Speaker Circuit 1
activate
Programmed to
Zone 35
Speaker Circuit 2
Speaker Circuit 3
Speaker Circuit 4
Speaker Circuit 5
Addressable Pull Station
(address 09)
Speaker Circuit 6
Message 4
(lowest priority of the three)
Speaker Circuit 7
Speaker Circuit 8
Programmed to
Zone 32
activate
Message 1
(highest priority of the three)
Addressable Pull Station
(address 21)
Programmed to
activate
Zone 36
Message 3
(2nd highest priority of the three)
Addressable Pull Station
(address 15)
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Message Assignment - Zone Specific
The FACP can be programmed to allow a specific addressable input device to generate one of five
messages over any speaker circuit. Any one of the five messages can be programmed to each of the
available zones (Zone 1 through Zone 99). In the following examples, assume that Zone 5 is programmed to Message 1, Zone 7 is programmed to Message 2, Zone 8 is programmed to Message 3,
and Zone 35 is not programmed to a message.
•
if two devices are being programmed and the first addressable input device is programmed to
Zone 7 and Zone 35, and a second addressable input device is programmed to Zone 5 and Zone
35, activation of the first addressable input device (address 12 in the example below) will
cause Message 2 to be generated over speaker circuit 3. (Table D.5 on page 109). If the second addressable device (address 20 in the example below) is also activated, Message 1 will
now be transmitted over speaker circuit 3 since Message 1 has a higher priority then Message
2.
programmed to
Zone 7
Addressable Pull Station
(address 12)
and
Zone 35
activate
Speaker Circuit 3
Message 2
(2nd highest priority of the three)
programmed to
Zone 5
Addressable Pull Station
(address 20)
and
Zone 35
activate
Message 1
(highest priority of the three )
Programming is accomplished in the same manner as previously described.
To Program one of five messages to a speaker zone, press the ENTER key at the FACP. The
following screen will be displayed:
1=READ STATUS MODE
2=PROGRAMMING MODE
3=MANUAL DIAL MODE
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Access Programming Mode by pressing the 2 key. The following screen will be displayed:
PROGRAMMING
ENTER PASSWORD
*****
Entering the Master level password (default 00000) will cause the following screen to appear:
PROGRAMMING
1=AUTOPROGRAM
2=POINT PROGRAM
3=ZONE SETUP
Select the Zone Setup option by pressing 3. The following screens will be displayed.
ZONE SETUP
1=ENABLE
2=DISABLE
3=ZONE 97 98 99
Zone Setup Screen #1
ZONE SETUP
1=ZONES INSTALLED
2=ZONES ENABLED
3=ZONES DISABLED
Zone Setup Screen #2
ZONE SETUP
1=ZONE TYPES
2=ZONES AVAILABLE
3=ZONE MESSAGE
Zone Setup Screen #3
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Pressing 3 while viewing Zone Setup Screen #3 will cause the following screen to be displayed:
ZONE MESSAGE
1=Z00 NO MESSAGE
2=Z01 NO MESSAGE
3=Z02 NO MESSAGE
Press the down arrow key until the following screen is displayed.
ZONE MESSAGE
1=Z30 NO MESSAGE
2=Z31 NO MESSAGE
3=Z32 NO MESSAGE
The default setting is No Message for each speaker circuit. In the screen shown above, Z32 is the
zone dedicated for all speaker circuits. To change from No Message, press 3 to display the following screens:
ZONE MESSAGE
1=NO MESSAGE
2=MESSAGE 1
3=MESSAGE 2
ZONE MESSAGE
1=MESSAGE 3
2=MESSAGE 4
3=MESSAGE 5
Select the message (Message 1 through Message 5) by pressing the number corresponding to the
desired message. After the selection is made, the display will return to the screen displaying Z32
which will have changed from No Message to the selected message.
Repeat the procedure outlined above for each speaker zone (Z32 through Z56) and then exit Programming by pressing the Escape (ESC) key to save the programming changes. Test the system to
ensure proper operation.
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Fire Fighter Telephone SLC Point Assignment
If annunciation of remote FFT locations is desired on the ACC-FFT keypad, an addressable input
device must be programmed as a PHONE type on the MS-9200UDLS or MS-9600.
Program each addressable input device as a PHONE type as described in the appropriate FACP
manual. SLC point programming can be accessed by entering Programming Mode and selecting
Point Program from the list of programming options.
The following table lists the SLC points dedicated for FFT annunciation:
FFT Number on ACC-FFT Keypad
MS-9200UDLS SLC Point Number
(ACS Address 05)
MS-9600 SLC Point Number
(ACS Address 07)
FFT Inputs can be installed only
on SLC Loop #1
1
75
135
2
76
136
3
77
137
4
78
138
5
79
139
6
80
140
7
81
141
8
82
142
9
83
143
10
84
144
11
85
145
12
86
146
13
87
147
14
88
148
15
89
149
16
90
150
17
91
151
18
92
152
19
93
153
20
94
154
21
95
155
22
96
156
23
97
157
24
98
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monitor module
at address 75
FHS-F
RPJ-F
monitor module
at address 76
FHS-F
ACC-FFT
FPJ-F
To Program a monitor module in an FPJ-F or RPJ-F, press the ENTER key at the FACP. The following screen will be displayed:
1=READ STATUS MODE
2=PROGRAMMING MODE
3=MANUAL DIAL MODE
Access Programming Mode by pressing the 2 key. The following screen will be displayed:
PROGRAMMING
ENTER PASSWORD
*****
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Entering the Master level password (default 00000) will cause the following screen to appear:
PROGRAMMING
1=AUTOPROGRAM
2=POINT PROGRAM
3=ZONE SETUP
Access Point Programming by pressing the 2 key. The following screen will be displayed:
POINT PROGRAM
SELECT TYPE
1=DETECTOR
2=MODULE
Press the 2 key to alter the programming of an addressable module:
MODULES
1=ADD
2=DELETE
3=EDIT
Press the 3 key to edit the programming:
NORMAL MONITOR
Z000
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Press down arrow key once:
EDIT MONITOR
1=ENABLED
2=TYPE MONITOR
Press 2 to edit the type, then press the down arrow key six times:
1=PHONE
2=USER-DEFINED-10
3=TAMPER
Press 1 to select PHONE type.
Repeat the above steps for each remaining RPJ-F or FPJ-F location.
D.2 MS-5210UD
Refer to the MS-5210UD manual, Document #50193, for panel specific information. The ACC25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST can be automatically triggered by the MS-5210UD to transmit one of
five messages over selected speaker circuits. This is accomplished by zone and relay programming
at the MS-5210UD, DIP switch programming in the ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST and various
wiring schemes.
Important! When installing/configuring the MS-5210UD zones for ACS control of the
ACC-25/50ZS/T, NON-FIRE types should not be assigned to any ACC-25/50ZS/T audio zone(s)
unless the NON-FIRE programmed relay is controlling at least one of the CMD inputs of the ACC25/50ZS/T.
D.2.1 Overview
The ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST provide 8 speaker circuits standard via the ACC-ZSM
Zone Splitter Module. Expansion to 24 speaker circuits is possible by adding ACC-25/50DAZS
panels. The ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST have the ability to generate and direct one of five
messages to specific speaker circuits.
D.2.2 MS-5210UD Individual Zone Control With One or Two
Messages
In this configuration, the MS-5210UD provides automatic, individual audio zone (1 through 8)
control of the ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST via the ACS serial link. The optional LED-10IM
must be installed and enabled in the MS-5210UD programming. The Relay Closure outputs of the
MS-5210UD are used to trigger Message #1 (Fire Evacuation) and Message #2 (Chemical Spill) on
the ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST via the CMD1 and CMD2 inputs.
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If only the generating Fire Evacuation announcement (Message #1) to individual audio zones is
desired, do not connect the MS-5210UD Relay outputs to the ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST
CMD inputs. In this case, the activation of the audio zones via the ACS link will automatically trip
the Fire Evacuation message to the ACS link selected zone.
Manually deactivating a speaker circuit is accomplished by pressing the activated zone push-button
on the ACC-ZPMK keypad. Manual activation of the audio system can be performed by selecting
zone push-buttons(s) on the ACC-ZPMK and then pressing either of the Message buttons. All-Call
Paging is possible by first pressing the All-Call push-button on the ACC-25/50ZS or
ACC-25/50ZST main keypad and then pressing the push-to-talk switch on the microphone.
All faults on the ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST are sent upstream via the ACS link to the MS5210UD and are indicated by illuminating the System Trouble LED on the MS-5210UD.
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4.7K ELRs, P/N: 27072
+ +
- -
-
+ +
-
-
1234
1234
MASTER
CMD OUT
+ +
-
TB5
TB2
TB6
+
-
++
TB10
1234
12
12
CMD2
CMD3
CMD4
CMD1
++
--
TB9
TB8
--
12
CMD5
(Alarm Polarities Shown)
ACC-25/50 Series Main Circuit Board
ALL-CALL
POWER ON
AUDIO ON/OFF
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
to other ACS devices
located down stream
MESSAGE
TROUBLE
GENERATOR
TONE
GENERATOR
TROUBLE
MICROPHONE
TROUBLE
FIRE
MESSAGE
CHEM SPILL
++
TB1
RECORD
PLAYBACK
TROUBLE
SILENCE
--
TB2
ACC Comm
FACP Comm
ZONE 1
ZONE 2
ZONE 3
ACC-25/50ZS/T
Keypad
ZONE 4
ZONE 5
ZONE 6
ZONE 7
ZONE 8
ON
TENS ONES
901
78
4.7K ELRs, P/N: 27072
23
45 6
45 6
23
S3
901
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
78
S1
S1
S2
ACC-ZPMK
Address 01
Set S2=1
Set S3=0
+ -
TB2
RELAY 1
BELL 1
RELAY 2
TB3
TB4
BELL 2
ZONE 1
ZONE 2
ZONE 3
ZONE 4
ZONE 5
TB5
ZONE 6
ZONE 7
ZONE 8
ZONE 9
+ -
ZONE 10
TB1
J10
CLASS A CONVERTER MOD
J1 J6
KED-10IM INTERFACE
MODULE
acc5210app.cdr
24V
24V NON
RESETTABLE RESETTABLE
MS-5210UD
Figure D.3 MS-5210UD Connection to ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST
ACC-25/50ZS/T DIP Switch Settings
ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module DIP switch S1:
•
Switches 1, 2, and 3 are set to OFF, OFF, ON for ACS link operation with the MS-5210UD
FACP
•
Switch 4 (future use) is set to OFF
•
Switch 5, 6, and 7 are set to OFF
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ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module Rotary switches S2 and S3
•
S2 = 0
•
S3 = 1
ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module Switch Settings [refer to Section “ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST)” on page 41 for additional information].
ACC-25/50ZS/T Main Board DIP switch S3
The following DIP Switches can be set to any value except 1, 2, 3 = OFF, OFF, OFF.
•
Switches 1, 2, and 3 are set to ON, OFF, OFF for Single Zone output and the selection of two
messages (Fire Evacuation and Chemical Spill)
MS-5210UD Programming
•
Assign functions to Zones 1 through 8.
•
Enable the LED-10IM EIA-485 Interface Module.
•
Configure Programmable Relay #1 for alarm activation (Fire Evacuation), if desired.
•
Configure Programmable Relay #2 for supervisory (Chemical Spill), if desired.
D.2.3 MS-5210UD All Zone Activation With One to Five Messages
In this configuration, the MS-5210UD provides automatic control of the five messages using the
CMD inputs on the ACC-25/50ZS/T via the ACM-8RF on ACS serial link. Activation of any one
of the CMD inputs directs the corresponding voice message to all audio zones.
The optional LED-10IM must be installed and enabled in the MS-5210UD programming. Locate
the ACM-8RF per installation instructions, make wiring connections to the LED-10IM and connect
the relay outputs to the CMD inputs of the ACC-25/50ZS/T.
Manually deactivating a speaker circuit is accomplished by pressing the activated zone push-button
on the ACC-ZPMK keypad. Manual activation of the audio system can be performed by selecting
zone push-button(s) on the ACC-ZPMK and then pressing either of the Message buttons. All-Call
Paging is possible by first pressing the All-Call push-button on the ACC-25/50ZS/T main keypad
and then pressing the push-to-talk switch on the microphone.
NOTE: The ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module is not connected via the ACS link to the MS5210UD.
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Connect CMD inputs of ACC-25/50ZS/T to
Normally Open relay contacts of the ACM-8RF.
4.7K ELRs, P/N: 27072
- -
-
+ +
1234
MASTER
CMD OUT
-
-
+ +
-
TB5
TB2
1234
CMD1
+
-
++
TB10
1234
12
12
CMD2
CMD3
CMD4
(Alarm Polarities Shown)
++
--
TB9
TB8
O 1
F
F
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
--
12
ACM-8RF
CMD5
ACC-25/50 Series Main Circuit Board
++
TB1
CHEM SPILL
MESSAGE
ALL CLEAR
MESSAGE
ZONE 1
ZONE 2
ZONE 3
ZONE 4
ZONE 5
ZONE 6
ZONE 7
ZONE 8
S1
ON
ON
TENS ONES
23
S3
23
45 6
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
45 6
S1
9 01
TORNADO
MESSAGE
ACC Comm
FACP Comm
9 01
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
MESSAGE
TROUBLE
GENERATOR
TONE
GENERATOR
TROUBLE
MICROPHONE
TROUBLE
RECORD
PLAYBACK
TROUBLE
SILENCE
78
POWER ON
AUDIO
ON/OFF
FIRST ALERT
MESSAGE
--
TB2
78
ALL-CALL
accacm8rfapp.cdr
+ +
TB6
FF O
1 2
S2
ACC-ZPMK
Figure D.4 ACC-25/50ZS/T Connection to ACM-8RF
ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST Switch Settings
ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module DIP Switch S1
•
Switches 1, 2, and 3 are set to OFF, OFF, OFF for No ACS link operation
•
Switch 4 (future use) is set to OFF
•
Switches 5, 6, 7, and 8 are set to OFF
ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module Switch Settings (refer to Section “ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST)” on page 41 for additional information).
ACC-25/50ZS/T Main Board DIP Switch S3
The following DIP Switches can be set to any value except 1, 2, 3 = OFF, OFF, OFF.
•
Switches 1, 2, and 3 are set to ON, OFF, ON for Single Zone output and the selection of five
messages
ACM-8RF Programming
•
Set rotary switch on ACM-8RF for ACS address 1
•
Assign SW3 DIP Switch settings per MS-5210UD manual
MS-5210UD Programming
•
Assign functions (alarm, supervisory, etc.) to Zones 1 through 5 for voice message control.
•
Enable the LED-10IM EIA-485 Interface Module.
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MS-9200(E)
D.3 MS-9200(E)
The ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST can be automatically triggered via the ACS serial link by
the MS-9200(E) to transmit one of five messages over selected speaker zones. This is accomplished by zone programming at the FACP.
D.3.1 Overview
The ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST provide 8 speaker circuits standard via the ACC-ZSM
Zone Splitter Module. Future development will allow expansion to 24 speaker circuits. The
ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST also has the ability to generate and direct one of five messages
to specific speaker zones.
The MS-9200(E) communicates with the ACC-25/50ZS/T over the ACS annunciator terminals.
The Annunciator option must therefore be enabled in the FACP programming. When this option is
enabled, FACP zones Z33 through Z56 are dedicated as output zones for speaker circuits 1 through
8 (plus 9 through 24 on ACC-25/50DAZS panels) respectively. FACP Zone 32 is dedicated to turn
on all speaker circuits. The FACP will then allow the installer to program individual addressable
devices to any of the speaker zones using the Point program option. Message 1, which is generated
by the ACC-25/50ZS/T, will be directed to each activated speaker circuit.
All faults on the ACC-25/50ZS/T are sent upstream via the ACS link to the MS-9200(E) and are
indicated as an ACS Fault on the display.
When audio annunciation of NON-FIRE events is required, assign NON-FIRE type modules to
audio zone(s) and a control module to the same audio zone(s). The control module should be used
to control a CMD input of the ACC-25/50ZS/T.
Important: The message repeat setting on the ACC-25/50ZS/T should be set to infinite. This will
ensure that lower priority activated zones will continue to broadcast the voice message.
D.3.2 Basic MS-9200 & ACC-25/50ZS/T Step-By-Step Install/Setup
Example #1 - Individual Audio zone control and individual control of all voice messages:
In this example, the MS-9200 can route the selected voice message (1-5) to activated audio zones.
Zone programming in the FACP is used to map the appropriate audio zone (32-56) and activate the
CMD input on the audio panel via the SLC:
1.
Connect ACS wiring from FACP to ACC-25/50ZS/T.
2.
Set ACS Address wheels on ACC-ZPMK for address 01.
3.
Connect CMD inputs of the ACC-25/50ZS/T to modules on the SLC loop of the MS-9200
FACP.
4.
Set DIP switches 1, 2, and 3 on Switch S1 of the ACC-ZPMK for operation with the MS-9200
FACP.
5.
Set DIP switches 6, 7, and 8 on Switch S1 of the ACC-ZPMK for the number of
ACC-25/50DAZS panels installed.
6.
Set Switch SW1 on the ACC-ZSM for one or two Audio Amplifier (ACC-AAM25)
configuration.
7.
Set Switch SW2 on the ACC-ZSM for Style Y (Class B) or Style Z (Class A) speaker circuit
wiring.
8.
Set DIP switches 1, 2, and 3 on Switch S3 of the ACC-25/50ZS/T motherboard for Single
Zone with activation of 2-5 messages.
9.
Record any new messages into the ACC-25/50ZS/T.
10. Enable ACS communication and program zones (32-56) in the MS-9200 FACP.
11. Program modules on the SLC loop for CMD input activation.
Example #2 - Individual Audio zone control and only the Fire Evacuation voice message:
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In this example, the MS-9200 can route the Fire Evacuation message (message #1) to the activated
audio zones via zone programming. The CMD inputs are not used to activate the audio panel. The
audio panel defaults to activating the Fire Evacuation voice message.
1.
Connect ACS wiring from FACP to ACC-25/50ZS/T.
2.
Set ACS Address wheels on ACC-ZPMK for address 01.
3.
Set DIP switches 1, 2, and 3 on Switch S1 of the ACC-ZPMK for operation with the MS-9200
FACP.
4.
Set DIP switches 6, 7, and 8 on Switch S1 of the ACC-ZPMK for the number of
ACC-25/50DAZS panels installed.
5.
Set Switch SW1 on the ACC-ZSM for one or two Audio Amplifier (ACC-AAM25)
configuration.
6.
Set Switch SW2 on the ACC-ZSM for Style Y (Class B) or Style Z (Class A) speaker circuit
wiring.
7.
Set DIP switches 1, 2, and 3 on Switch S3 of the ACC-25/50ZS/T motherboard for Single
Zone with activation of 2 messages (the second message will not be used).
8.
Record a new Fire Evacuation message for message #1, if desired.
9.
Enable ACS communication and program zones (32-56) in the MS-9200 FACP,
Example #3 - Simultaneous activation of all audio zones with individual control of all voice messages:
In this example, the MS-9200 simultaneously activates all the audio zones with one of the selected
voice messages. No ACS connection is required and CMD inputs are controlled by modules on the
SLC loop. Upon activation of a CMD input, the audio panel defaults to activating all of the audio
circuits.
1.
Connect CMD inputs of the ACC-25/50ZS/T to modules on the SLC loop of the MS-9200
FACP.
2.
Set DIP switches 1, 2, and 3 on Switch S1 of the ACC-ZPMK for operation with Non-ACS
FACP.
3.
Set DIP switches 6, 7, and 8 on Switch S1 of the ACC-ZPMK for the number of
ACC-25/50DAZS panels installed.
4.
Set Switch SW1 on the ACC-ZSM for one or two Audio Amplifier (ACC-AAM25)
configuration.
5.
Set Switch SW2 on the ACC-ZSM for Style Y (Class B) or Style Z (Class A) speaker circuit
wiring.
6.
Set DIP switches 1, 2, and 3 on Switch S3 of the ACC-25/50ZS/T motherboard for Single
Zone with activation of 2-5 messages.
7.
Record any new messages into the ACC-25/50ZS/T.
8.
Program modules on the SLC loop for CMD input activation.
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MS-9200(E)
D.3.3 Wiring From ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST to MS-9200(E)
The MS-9200(E) FACP communicates with the ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST over the ACS
annunciator link. Wiring must be connected between the ACS Terminal TB5 on the MS-9200(E)
and ACS Terminal TB1 on the ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module installed on the ACC-25/50ZS/T
panel.
Addressable Control Modules or Multimodule
ACC-25/50ZS/T
main circuit board
to other ACS devices
located down stream
ALL-CALL
POWER ON
AUDIO ON/OFF
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
MESSAGE 1
MESSAGE 2
MESSAGE 3
SLC Loop
ACS
MESSAGE
TROUBLE
GENERATOR
TONE
GENERATOR
TROUBLE
MICROPHONE
TROUBLE
MESSAGE 4
RECORD
PLAYBACK
MESSAGE 5
TROUBLE
SILENCE
ACC-5/50ZS/T
Keypad
ACC-ZPMK
Address 01
Set S2=1
Set S3=0
TB5
MS-9200(E)
Figure D.5 ACS Connection for MS-9200(E) to ACC-ZPMK
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ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST Switch Settings
ACC-ZPMK DIP Switch S1
•
Switches 1, 2, and 3 are used to configure the ACC-25/50ZS/T for operation with a specific
FACP (See Table 2.4 on page 35.)
•
Switch 4 - future use
•
Switches 5, 6, 7, and 8 - used to set the number of ACC-25/50DAZS panels installed
(See Table 2.4 on page 35.)
ACC-ZPMK Rotary Address Switches S2 and S3
The address switches must be set to ACS address 01 to communicate with the FACP. Any other
ACS devices which are set to address 01 should be in Receive Mode only.
•
S2=1
•
S3=0
ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module Switch Settings
See “ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST)” on page 41 for information on setting these switches.
D.3.4 FACP Programming
The MS-9200(E) must be programmed to operate with the ACC-25/50ZS/T Audio Command Center. The following table summarizes the steps involved in programming the FACP.
Enable the ACS annunciator at FACP
refer to FACP manual Option Module Programming
Assign zones to each addressable device
refer to FACP manual Point Programming
Activate individual devices to ensure proper programming
compare to desired programming
Table D.6 FACP Programming Steps
ACS Annunciator
The ACC-25/50ZS/T communicates with the FACP via the ACS link. Enable the ACS Annunciator as described in the MS-9200(E) manual. The ACS programming options can be accessed by
entering Programming Mode and selecting option 3=SYS from the list of programming options.
Zone Assignment
Zones must be assigned to each addressable input device in order to activate the appropriate output
device(s). Program each device to a zone as described in the appropriate FACP manual. Device
programming can be accessed by entering Programming Mode and selecting option 2=ZONE from
the list of programming options.
Note that when the ACS Annunciator option is enabled at the FACP, speaker circuits at the
ACC-25/50ZS/T are automatically assigned dedicated zone numbers (32 through 56). These zone
numbers can then be programmed to addressable input devices which will allow the input device to
activate the programmed speaker zone.
The following table lists the zone numbers that are automatically assigned to each speaker circuit.
Note that the ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module installed in the ACC-25/50ZST and each
ACC-25/50DAZS provides 8 Style Y (Class B) speaker circuits.
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Speaker Circuit Number
Zone Number
All Speaker Circuits (1-24)
32
1 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
33
2 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
34
3 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
35
4 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
36
5 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
37
6 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
38
7 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
39
8 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
40
9 (on 1st ACC-25/50DAZS)
41
10 (on 1st ACC-25/50DAZS)
42
11 (on 1st ACC-25/50DAZS)
43
12 (on 1st ACC-25/50DAZS)
44
13 (on 1st ACC-25/50DAZS)
45
14 (on 1st ACC-25/50DAZS)
46
15 (on 1st ACC-25/50DAZS)
47
16 (on 1st ACC-25/50DAZS)
48
17 (on 2nd ACC-25/50DAZS)
49
18 (on 2nd ACC-25/50DAZS)
50
19 (on 2nd ACC-25/50DAZS)
51
20 (on 2nd ACC-25/50DAZS)
52
21 (on 2nd ACC-25/50DAZS)
53
22 (on 2nd ACC-25/50DAZS)
54
23 (on 2nd ACC-25/50DAZS)
55
24 (on 2nd ACC-25/50DAZS)
56
Table D.7 Speaker Circuit Zone Assignments
Note that Zone 32 is assigned to all speaker circuits. If an addressable device programmed to Zone
32 is activated, the message will be generated to all speaker circuits. The exception is when one or
more devices programmed to Zones 33 through 40 is also activated and an addressable control
module is used to activate one of the CMD inputs on the ACC-25/50ZS/T. If the newly activated
zone is programmed to activate a message with a higher priority then Zone 32, the higher priority
message will be generated to all circuits.
IMPORTANT! Messages have a priority scheme with Message 1 having the highest priority and
Message 5 having the lowest priority. The highest priority message will always be generated over
all activated speaker circuits.
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D.4 MS-5UD-3/7 and MS-10UD-3/7
The ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST can be automatically triggered via the ANN-BUS serial
link by the MS-5UD-3/7 or MS-10UD-3/7 (version 2 or higher), to transmit one of five messages
over selected speaker circuits. This is accomplished by zone programming at the FACP.
D.4.1 Overview
The ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST provide 8 speaker circuits standard via the ACC-ZSM
Zone Splitter Module. Expansion to 24 speaker circuits is possible by adding ACC-25/50DAZS
panels. The ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST also have the ability to generate and direct one of
five messages to specific speaker circuits.
The FACPs communicate with the ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST over the ANN-BUS terminals using the ANN-BUS protocol only.
When configuring the ACC-25/50ZS/T for use on the ANN-BUS serial link, the ACC-ZPMK’s
address wheels can be set to any address between 1 through 8 and enabled in the FACP programming. When this option is enabled, FACP input zones 1 through 5 on the five zone panel correspond to speaker circuits 1 through 5 on the ACC-25/50ZS/T and 1 through 10 on the ten zone
panel correspond to speaker circuits 1 through 10 on the ACC-25/50ZS/T respectively. One of the
input zones can be programmed to be an All-Call Zone, which will activate all speaker circuits.
Any one of the five messages can be assigned to any of the input zones.
All faults on the ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST are sent upstream via the ANN-BUS link and
are indicated as a Voice EVAC Fault on the display.
Important Notes:
1.
For proper operation, a message must be assigned to each zone that is programmed to activate
an audio speaker circuit.
2.
The message repeat setting on the ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST should be set to infinite.
This will ensure that lower priority activated zones will continue to broadcast the voice
message.
3.
CMD inputs are not used for activation of the ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST, however,
4.7K ELRs must still be connected across CMD3, CMD4, and CMD5.
4.
Annunciation of remote FFT (FireFighter Telephone) locations is not possible.
D.4.2 Basic ANN-BUS Step-By-Step Install/Setup
1.
Connect ANN-BUS wiring from FACP to ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST.
2.
Set Address Wheels on ACC-ZPMK to any address from 01 through 08.
3.
Set DIP Switches (1 = ON, 2 = ON, and 3 = OFF) on Switch S1 of the ACC-ZPMK for
operation with the FACP and switches 6, 7 and 8 for the number of ACC-25/50DAZS panels.
4.
Set Switch SW1 on the ACC-ZSM for one or two Audio Amplifier (ACC-AAM25)
configuration.
5.
Set Switch SW2 on the ACC-ZSM for Style Y (Class B) or Style Z (Class A) speaker circuit
wiring.
6.
Set DIP switches 1, 2. and 3 on Switch S3 of the ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST
motherboard for Single Zone with activation of 2-5 messages.
7.
Record any new messages into the ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST.
8.
Enable ANN-BUS communication, Auto-configure the ANN-BUS, assign messages (1-5) to
input zones and assign All-Call zone (if desired) on the FACP.
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D.4.3 ACC-ZPMK DIP Switch 1 Settings on ACC-25/50ZS and
ACC-25/50ZST
Switches 1, 2, and 3 are used to configure the ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST for operation
with a specific FACP. The switch settings for use with the MS-5UD-3/7 and MS-10UD-3/7 (software version 2.0 or higher) are as follows:
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
ON
ON
OFF
Configuration
MS-5UD-3/7 and MS-10UD-3/7 Version 2.0 or higher
Table D.8 MS-5UD-3/7 and MS-10UD-3/7 FACP Configuration
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D.4.4 Wiring From ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST to FACP
The FACP communicates with the ACC-25/50ZS/T over the ACS or ANN-BUS annunciator link.
Wiring must be connected between Terminal TB6 on the FACP and Terminal TB1 on the
ACC-ZPMK Zone Page Module installed on the ACC-25/50ZS/T panel.
FACP
acczpmto5x.wmf
to other ACS/ANN devices
ACC-ZPMK
Figure D.6 Connection for MS-5UD-3/7 and MS-10UD-3/7 to ACC-ZPMK
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MS-5UD-3/7 and MS-10UD-3/7
Switches 5, 6, 7, and 8 - used to set the number of ACC-25/50DAZS panels installed.
S1 DIP Switch
ON
OFF
5
not used (must be set to OFF)
6
This switch works in conjunction with switches 7 & 8 to set the number of ACC-25/50DAZS panels connected
7
This switch works in conjunction with switches 6 & 8 to set the number of ACC-25/50DAZS panels connected
8
6 OFF, 7 OFF, 8 OFF = No ACC-25/50DAZS Distributed Audio Panels connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
6 OFF, 7 OFF, 8 ON = 1 ACC-25/50DAZS Distributed Audio Panel connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
6 OFF, 7 ON, 8 OFF = 2 ACC-25/50DAZS Distributed Audio Panels connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
6 OFF, 7 ON, 8 ON = 3 ACC-25/50DAZS Distributed Audio Panels connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
6 ON, 7 OFF, 8 OFF = 4 ACC-25/50DAZS Distributed Audio Panels connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
6 ON, 7 OFF, 8 ON = 5 ACC-25/50DAZS Distributed Audio Panels connected to ACC-25/50ZS/T
Table D.9 Number of ACC-25/50DAZS Panels Installed
ACC-ZPMK Rotary Address Switches S2 and S3
The address switches can be set to any address from 01 through 08 to communicate with the FACP.
Any other ANN-BUS devices must be set to a different address.
•
S2=1 - 8
•
S3=0
ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module Switch Settings
See “ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module (ACC-25/50ZS & ACC-25/50ZST)” on page 41 for information on setting these switches.
ACC-FFT Fire Fighter Module Switch Setting (ACC-25/50ZST only)
See Section “SW1 - Remote Microphone Installed Switch on ACC-FFT” on page 39 for additional
information.
D.4.5 FACP Programming
The FACP must be programmed to operate with the ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST Audio Command Center. The following table summarizes the steps involved in programming the FACPs. A
detailed description of each step follows the table.
Enable the ANN-BUS annunciator at FACP
refer to FACP manual Option Module Programming
Assign All-Call Zone (if applicable)
refer to FACP manual ANN Options Programming
Program message to be generated over each speaker circuit
refer to Message Assignment in following section
Activate individual devices to ensure proper programming
compare to desired programming
Table D.10 FACP Programming Steps
ANN-BUS Annunciator
The ACC-25/50ZS and ACC-25/50ZST communicate with the FACP via the ANN-BUS link.
Auto-configure the ANN-BUS Annunciator as described in the appropriate FACP manual. The
ANN-BUS programming options can be accessed by entering Programming Mode and selecting
Option Modules from the list of programming options.
Zone Assignment
Zones must be assigned to each addressable input device in order to activate the appropriate output
device(s). Program each device to a zone as described in the appropriate FACP manual. Device
programming can be accessed by entering Programming Mode and selecting Point Program from
the list of programming options.
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Note that when the ANN-BUS Annunciator option is enabled at the FACP, speaker circuits at the
ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST are automatically assigned dedicated zone numbers. These zone
numbers can then be programmed to addressable input devices which will allow the input device to
activate the programmed speaker zone.
The following table lists the zone numbers that are automatically assigned to each speaker circuit.
Note that the ACC-ZSM Zone Splitter Module installed in the ACC-25/50ZS or ACC-25/50ZST
provides 8 Style Y (Class B) speaker circuits. Additional speaker circuits can be added using the
ACC-25/50DAZS.
Speaker Circuit Number
Zone Number
All Speaker Circuits (1-24)
1 - 10
1 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
1
2 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
2
3 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
3
4 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
4
5 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
5
6 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
6
7 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
7
8 (on ACC-25/50ZS/T)
8
9 (on 1st ACC-25/50DAZS)
9
10 (on 1st ACC-25/50DAZS)
10
Table D.11 Speaker Circuit Zone Assignments
IMPORTANT! Messages have a priority scheme with Message 1 having the highest priority and
Message 5 having the lowest priority. For example, If an input zone activates a speaker circuit programmed to generate Message 5, that message will be generated over the selected speaker zone. If
later, another input zone activates a speaker circuit programmed to generate Message 3, Message 3
has a higher priority then Message 5 and will therefore be generated over both activated speaker
zones. The highest priority message will always be generated over all activated speaker circuits.
Programming Messages to FACP Zones
To Program one of five messages to a speaker zone, press the ENTER key at the FACP. The following screen will be displayed:
1=READ STATUS MODE
2=PROGRAMMING MODE
3=FUTURE USE
4=REMOTE DOWNLOAD
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Access Programming Mode by pressing the 2 key. The following screen will be displayed:
PROGRAMMING
ENTER PASSWORD
*****
Entering the Master level password (default 00000) will cause the following screen to appear:
PROGRAMMING
1=INPUT ZONES
2=NACS
3=RELAYS
Select the Input Zone option by pressing 1. The following screens will be displayed.
INPUT ZONES
1=ZONE 1
2=ZONE 2
3=ZONE 3
Input Zone Screen #1
Pressing the down arrow key will display additional Zones.
Pressing the number corresponding to the desired Zone while viewing an Input Zone screen will
cause a screen similar to the following to be displayed:
PULL STATION
*********************
ZONE 1
PRESS
TO EDIT
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Press the down arrow key 3 times until the following screen is displayed.
INPUT ZONE 1
1=FREEZE SUPV.
NO
2=ACC MSG#
Press the 2 key to display the following screen:
ZONE MESSAGE
1=NO MESSAGE
2=MESSAGE 1
3=MESSAGE 2
ZONE MESSAGE
1=MESSAGE 3
2=MESSAGE 4
3=MESSAGE 5
Using these screens, the programmer can assign an audio message to each input zone. The selected
message will play when the FACP is connected to an ACC-25/50ZS/T audio panel via the ANNBUS and the corresponding FACP input goes into alarm. The factory default setting is Message 2.
Repeat the procedure outlined above for each speaker zone and then exit Programming by pressing
the Escape (ESC) key to save the programming changes. Test the system to ensure proper operation.
Programming an FACP Zone as an ALL-CALL Zone
To Program a an FACP Zone as an ALL-CALL Zone, press 2 while viewing the following screen:
1=READ STATUS MODE
2=PROGRAMMING MODE
3=FUTURE USE
4=REMOTE DOWNLOAD
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The following screen will be displayed:
PROGRAMMING
ENTER PASSWORD
*****
Entering the Master level password (default 00000) will cause the following screens to appear:
PROGRAMMING
1=INPUT ZONES
2=NACS
3=RELAYS
Programming Screen #1
PROGRAMMING
1=SYSTEM SETUP
2=OPTION MODULES
3=HISTORY
Programming Screen #2
PROGRAMMING
1=WALKTEST
2=CLEAR PROGRAM
3=PASSWORD CHANGE
Programming Screen #3
Access Option Modules by pressing the 2 key while viewing Programming Screen #2. The following screen will be displayed:
OPTION MODULES
1=ANN-BUS
2=ON BOARD DACT
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Press the 1 key to access the first ANN-BUS programming screen as shown below
ANN-BUS
1=BUS ENABLED
2=BUS MODULES
3=AUTO CONFIGURE
Press the down arrow key twice to view the following screen:
ANN-BUS
1=ANN-AUDIO OPTIONS
Pressing 1 for ANN-AUDIO Options while viewing ANN-BUS Screen #3 will cause the following
screen to be displayed:
ANN-AUDIO OPTIONS
1=ALL CALL ZONE
1
ANN-AUDIO Options Screen
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This screen shows the Input Zone that has been assigned to be the All-Call Zone. In this example,
Zone 1 is the All-Call Zone. The All-Call Zone can be changed by pressing the 1 key while viewing the ANN-AUDIO Options Screen. The following screens will be displayed.
ANN-AUDIO ALL CALL
1=NO ALL CALL ZONE
2=INPUT ZONE 1
3=INPUT ZONE 2
Printer Options Screen #1
ANN-AUDIO ALL CALL
1=INPUT ZONE 3
2=INPUT ZONE 4
3=INPUT ZONE 5
Printer Options Screen #2
ANN-AUDIO ALL CALL
1=INPUT ZONE 6
2=INPUT ZONE 7
3=INPUT ZONE 8
Printer Options Screen #2
ANN-AUDIO ALL CALL
1=INPUT ZONE 9
2=INPUT ZONE 10
Printer Options Screen #3
These screens allow the programmer to select which Input Zone will be assigned as the All-Call
Zone.
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Index
A
AC branch circuit
calculation 98
AC Loss Relay 15, 16, 19, 27, 51
Contact Rating 27, 51
AC Loss Response 76
AC On LED 25
AC Power 19
see also Power On 69
see also Primary Power 46
wiring 46
ACC Communication 68
ACC-25/50 26
see also Audio•Command•Center•25/50
13
see also voice evacuation panel 13
ACC-25/50ZS 18
programming 33
ACC-25/50ZS Modules 18
ACC-AAM25 20, 28, 29
Installation 57
see also Audio Amplifier 13
ACC-EPM 30
function 27
installation 60
LED 25
see also External Page Module 22
ACC-FFT 22, 25
LEDs 69
Remote Phone 21
ACC-ZPMK 27
DIP switch settings 35
installation 52
LEDs 24, 68, 77
programming 39
see also Zone Page Module 13, 21
specifications 21
switch functions 24, 66
ACC-ZSM
installation 54
see also Zone Splitter Module 13, 21
specification 21
switch settings 41
wiring 54
ACS
addressing 41
ACS Annunciator 109
Addressable Module Connections 103
addressing 41
All-Call 23, 63
ACC-25/50 71
ACC-25/50ZS 72
Operation 71
138
Amplifier Fault 77
Amplifier Supervision 26, 28
LED 70
ANN-BUS Annunciator 130
Answer Call 25
Answer Call LED 69
Application 14, 80
One Speaker Circuit 80
One Speaker Circuit with Backup 81
Two Speaker Circuits with Dual Input 83
Two Speaker Circuits with Five Messages
85
Audio Amplifier Module 20, 28, 29
Installation 57
Jumper 57, 58
see also ACC-AAM25 13
Switch S1 57
Audio Conversion Module 29
Installation 58
see also audio transformer module 14
see also FC-XRM70 28
Audio Input 14, 22, 26
Input Current 22
Input Impedance 22
Input Voltage 22
Audio Input Jack 26
Audio On/Off 71
Audio Power 14
25 watts 14, 20
50 watts 14
audio transformer module 13
AUDIO•COMMAND•CENTER•25/50
see also ACC-25/50 13
see also Voice Evacuation Control Panel
13
Auxiliary Power 15
Connection 48
see also Specific Application Power 22,
26, 48
B
Backbox 44
Backbox Installation 42
Background Music 14, 26, 32, 37, 64, 77
Backup
Audio Amplifier 20, 29, 57, 81
Audio Amplifier Switch S1 20
message generator 13
tone generator 13
Battery 20, 28
Calculations 98
Charger 26, 28
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C–F
Charger Capacity 20
Charging Circuit 20
Precaution 47
see also Secondary Power 47
Battery Box 44
battery charger
enable/disable 39
battery requirements
NFPA 100
battery selection 100
battery size
calculation 100
Battery Trouble LED 25, 69
Battery Trouble Response 76
board layout 16
Bypass Switch
see also Record Bypass Switch 38
C
Cabinet 28
Dimensions 43
calculating
AC branch circuit 98
battery size 100
system current draw 98
Charger Trouble LED 25, 69
Charger Trouble Response 76
Chime Tone 14, 36
Circuit 26
Nonpower-limited 56
power-limited 56
Circuit Trouble LED 25, 70
Class A 28
Class B 28
CMD 48
Priority 38
Programming 37
see also Command Input Circuit
CMD Activation
Contact Closure 49
NAC Polarity Reversal 48
CMD1 26, 48, 76
see also Command Input Circuit
CMD2 26, 48, 76
see also Command Input Circuit
CMD3 26, 49, 76
see also Command Input Circuit
CMD4 26, 49, 76
see also Command Input Circuit
CMD5 26, 49, 76
see also Command Input Circuit
Command Input Circuit 14, 20, 48
Contact Closure Current 20
End-of-Line Resistor 4.7K 20
Operating Voltage 20
Reverse Polarity Current 20
see also CMD 13, 26
Command Input Circuit 1
Programming 37
Command Input Circuit 2
Programming 37
components, standard 13
Contact Rating
AC Loss Relay 19
System Trouble Relay 22
Contact-closure 20
Control
see also Push-button 23, 63
Custom Message 14
12 second (five) 14
15 second (four) 14
20 second (three) 14
30 second (two) 14
60 second (one) 14
D
DIP switch settings
ACC-ZPM 35
DIP Switches
S1 32, 36
S3 32, 37
S5 32, 37
Disable 65
Dress Panel 15, 29
Dual Zone operation 35, 38
E
20
Earth Ground Connection 46
EIA-485
addressing 41
End-of-Line Resistor 49
Audio Amplifier 4.75K 20
Command Input Circuit 4.7K 20
External Audio
Recording 37
External Page Module 30
function 27
installation 60
LED 25
specification 22
20
F
14
20
20
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FACP Communication 68
FACP selection 35
FC-LPS 24
Installation 59
see also Local Playback Speaker 27, 29, 59
FC-MIM 29
see also Microphone Interface Module 15,
22, 27
FC-RM 21, 29
139
G–M
Index
see also Remote Microphone 15, 22, 27
FC-XRM70 28, 29
Installation 57, 58
see also Audio Conversion Module 28
see also Transformer Module 58
Fire Alarm Control Panel
see also FACP 13
Fire Alarm Operation 70
Fire Alarm Restoral 70
Fire Fighter Telephone Module 21, 25
Form-C 16
see also Relay 51
see Relay 22, 26
FPJ-F phone jack 55, 75, 116
Hi-Lo Tone 14, 36
Circuit Trouble 25, 70
Ground Fault 25, 70
Message 24
Message 1 68
Message 2 68
Message 3 68
Message 4 68
Message 5 68
Message Generator Trouble 24, 67
Microphone Trouble 24, 67
Power On 24, 67
Record/Playback 24, 67
Remote Microphone Trouble 70
System Trouble 24, 67
Tone Generator Trouble 24, 67
Zone 1 24, 67
Zone 2 24, 67
Local Handset Trouble 25
Local Handset Trouble LED 69
Local Playback Speaker 15, 16, 27, 29, 65
Installation 59
see also FC-LPS 59
I
M
Indicator
see also LED 23, 63
Input Circuit 26, 48
Installation
Transformer 45
Main Circuit Board 27
Manual Evacuate 70
Manual Evacuate Restoral 71
Master CMD Out 21
current 21
Operating Voltage 21
Short Circuit Current 21
Master Command Bus Output 26, 76
current 26
End-of-Line Resistor 49
see also Master CMD 49
voltage 26
Message 23, 63
Message 1 LED 24, 68
Message 2 LED 24, 68
Message 3 LED 24, 68
Message 4 LED 24, 68
Message 5 LED 24, 68
Message Assignment 110
Message Control Selections 37
message generator 13
Message Generator Trouble LED 24, 67
Message Generator Trouble Response 76
message recording 13
Message Repeat 36
message review 65
Messages
Sample 102
Microphone 13, 14, 64
integral 22
time-out feature 14
Microphone Interface Module 22, 29
G
Ground Fault LED 25, 70
Ground Fault Response 76
H
J
Jumper
Audio Amplifier 20
K
Keypad
labels 66
Keypad Labels 66
Keys
see also Push-buttons 66
Keyswitch
Remote Phone Jack 21
Knockout Locations
Cabinet 43
L
Labels
replacing 66
LED 24, 28, 57, 67
AC On 25
AC Power 69
Amplifier Supervision 26, 70
Battery Trouble 25, 69
Charger Trouble 25, 69
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N–R
see also FC-MIM 15, 27
Microphone Recording 37
Microphone Trouble LED 24, 67
Microphone Trouble Response 76
Modules
Optional 57
Mounting
surface 42
Mounting Cabinet
Surface Mount 42
Mounting Panel 42
MR-101C 21, 50
MR-201C 21, 50
MS-10UD 127
MS-5UD 127
MS-9200UD 106
MS-9600 106
N
NAC 13, 48, 51, 78
Operation 77
see also Notification Appliance Circuit 13,
26
Style Y 14, 26
Style Z 14, 26
Nonpower-limited Circuit 56
Notification Appliance Circuit 13, 14, 26, 48, 51
see also NAC 26
O
Operation 70
Option Modules 29, 57
Output Circuit 26, 49
P
Paging
ACC-25/50 Dual Zone 74
ACC-25/50 Single Zone 73
ACC-25/50ZS 74
Operation 73
Password
Master Level 1 113, 117, 132, 134
PC Jack 26
Piezo 14
Playback 24, 64
Enable 37, 65
Power 14, 15, 22, 46, 77, 79
ACC-FFT LED 69
see also AC power 19
see also Specific Application Power 26
Power On LED 24, 67
Power Supply 28
calculations 98
Power-limited Circuit 20, 21, 28, 56
Primary Power
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Product Description 13
Product Features 14
Programmed Activation by FACP 105
Programming 20, 26, 32, 48
AC Loss Reporting Delay 38
ACC-ZPMK 33
CMD 37
Command Input Circuit #1 37
Command Input Circuit #2 37
DIP Switches 32
Message Control Selections 37
S1 DIP Switch 33
S3 DIP Switch 34
S5 DIP Switch 34, 35
programming
MS-9200UD 109, 125, 130
MS-9600 125, 130
Push-button
Audio On/Off 23, 63
Message 23, 63
Record/Playback 24
see also Control 23, 63
Trouble Silence 24, 64
R
RCA Jack 22
see also Audio Input 22
Record 65
Bypass Switch 38
Enable 37
From Microphone 37
from PC Jack 37
From RCA Jack 37
How to 64
Procedure 64
Push-button 64
Record Bypass 64
Record Enabling 65
Record LED 24, 67
Record/Playback 24, 64
Relay 15, 21, 26
AC Loss 19
AC Power Loss 51
AC power loss 15
system trouble 15
Trouble 22, 51
Remote Fire Fighter Telephone Status LED 69
Remote Handset Page 25
Remote Handset Page LED 69
Remote Handset Trouble 25
Remote Handset Trouble LED 69
Remote Key Trouble 25
Remote Key Trouble LED 69
Remote Microphone 29
ACC-FFT 21
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S–Z
Index
Operation 77
see also FC-RM 15, 22, 27
Remote Microphone Installed Switch
see also SW1 39
Remote Microphone Module 21
Remote Microphone Page 25
Remote Microphone Page LED 69
Remote Microphone Trouble 25
Remote Microphone Trouble LED 69, 70
Remote Phone Jack
Keyswitch 21
replacing 66
RPJ-F phone jack 55, 75, 116
S
S1
DIP Switch Settings 36
Secondary Power
see also Battery 47
Selecting 100
Settings 35
Single Zone operation 23, 35, 38, 63
Slow-Whoop Tone 14, 36
Sounder 14
see also Piezo 14
Speaker Circuit 14, 20, 51
End-of-Line Resistor 4.75K 20
Operating Voltage 20
see also NAC 14
Style Y 20
Style Z 20
Speaker Module
see also Local Playback Speaker 60
Specific Application Power 22, 48
see also Auxiliary Power 26, 48
Specifications 19
split amplifier 41
Steady Tone 14, 36
Style Y 28
Style Z 28
Supervision 13, 21, 28
Surface Mount 42
SW1
see also Remote Microphone Switch 39
Switch
Functions 63
S1 Audio Amplifier 20
system current draw
calculation 98, 99
system status 70
System Trouble LED 24, 67
Tone 14
After Message 36
Before Message 36
Generator 13, 14
Programming 36
Tone Generator Fault Response 76
Tone Generator Trouble LED 24, 67
Transformer 16
Transformer Conversion Module
Installation 57
Transformer Installation 45
Transformer Module
70.7 volt Conversion 58
see also FC-XRM70 58
Trouble Relay 15, 16, 22, 26, 51
Contact Rating 22, 26, 51
Trouble Response 76
Trouble Restoral 78
Trouble Silence 24, 64
U
UL Power-limited Wiring 56
V
voice evacuation panel
see also ACC-25/50 13
W
wiring from ACC-25/50ZS to
MS-5UD and MS-10UD 129
MS-9200UD 107
MS-9600 107
Wiring Requirements 104
Z
Zone 1 LED 24, 67
Zone 2 LED 24, 67
Zone Assignment 109, 125, 130
Zone Page Module 21, 27
installation 52
LEDs 25
programming 39
see also ACC-ZPMK 13
switch functions 24
Zone Splitter Module 21
see also ACC-ZSM 13
switch settings 41
wiring 54
Zone/Circuit Active 68
Zone/Circuit Trouble 69
T
Temporal Pattern Programming 36
time-out feature
microphone 14
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