InstallatIon GuIde - Digital Monitoring Products

InstallatIon GuIde - Digital Monitoring Products
Installation Guide
XR150/XR350/XR550 Series
CANADIAN Control Panel
MODEL XR150/XR350/XR550 CANADIAN
INSTALLATION GUIDE
 
INDUSTRY CANADA NOTICE
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
© 2015 Digital Monitoring Products, Inc.
Information furnished by DMP is believed to be accurate and reliable.
This information is subject to change without notice.
Table of Contents
Product Specifications
1.1
Power Supply..........................................................................1
1.2Communication.......................................................................1
1.3
Panel Zones............................................................................1
1.4
Keypad Bus.............................................................................1
1.5LX-Bus™.................................................................................1
1.6Outputs..................................................................................1
1.7
Enclosure Specifications...........................................................1
Panel Features
2.1Description..............................................................................2
2.2
Zone Expansion.......................................................................2
2.3
Output Expansion....................................................................2
2.4
Central Station Communication.................................................2
2.5
Encrypted Communications (XR550 with Encryption only)...........2
2.6
Caution Notes.........................................................................3
2.7
Compliance Instructions...........................................................3
System Components
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.3
Wiring Diagram.......................................................................4
Lightning Protection.................................................................4
Accessory Devices...................................................................5
Accessory Devices (continued)..................................................6
Installation
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
Mounting the Enclosure............................................................7
Mounting Keypads and Zone Expansion Modules........................8
Connecting LX-Bus and Keypad Bus Devices..............................9
Wireless Keypad Association.....................................................9
Primary Power Supply
5.1
5.2
5.3
AC Terminals 1 and 2...............................................................9
Transformer Types...................................................................9
J12 3-Pin Header for Transformer Types....................................9
Secondary Power Supply
6.1
Battery Terminals 3 and 4......................................................10
6.2
Earth Ground (GND)..............................................................10
6.3
Battery Only Restart..............................................................10
6.4
Battery Replacement Period...................................................10
6.5Discharge/Recharge...............................................................10
6.6
Battery Supervision................................................................10
6.7
Battery Cutoff........................................................................10
6.8
XR150/XR350/XR550 Series Canadian Power Requirements......11
6.9
Standby Battery Selection......................................................13
Bell Output
7.1
Terminals 5 and 6..................................................................14
Keypad Bus
8.1Description............................................................................14
8.2
Terminal 7 - RED...................................................................14
8.3
Terminal 8 - YELLOW.............................................................14
8.4
Terminal 9 - GREEN...............................................................14
8.5
Terminal 10 - BLACK..............................................................14
8.6
J8 Programming Connection...................................................14
8.7
Keypad Bus LEDs...................................................................14
8.8
OVC LED(s)...........................................................................14
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Smoke and Glassbreak Detector Output
9.1
9.2
Terminals 11 and 12..............................................................15
Current Rating.......................................................................15
Protection Zones
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
Terminals 13–24....................................................................15
Dual EOL..............................................................................15
Zone Response Time..............................................................15
Keyswitch Arming Zone..........................................................15
Powered Zones for 2-Wire Smoke Detectors
11.1
Terminals 25–26 and 27–28...................................................16
Dry Contact Relay Outputs
12.1Description............................................................................16
12.2 Contact Rating......................................................................16
12.3 Model 431 Output Harness Wiring...........................................16
Annunciator Outputs
13.1Description............................................................................16
13.2 Model 300 Harness Wiring......................................................17
13.3 Model 860 Relay Module........................................................17
Wireless Bus Expansion
14.1Description............................................................................17
14.2 Wireless Bus LEDs.................................................................17
LX-Bus Expansion
15.1
15.2
15.3
LX-Bus Headers.....................................................................17
LX-Bus LEDs..........................................................................17
OVC LEDs.............................................................................17
J1 Ethernet Connector (Panels with Network/Encryption only)
16.1Description............................................................................18
16.2 Ethernet LEDs.......................................................................18
16.3 Network Transient Suppression...............................................18
J3 Telephone RJ Connector
17.1Description............................................................................18
17.2 J10 893A or 277 Trouble Sounder Connector...........................18
17.3 Notification...........................................................................18
17.4 Phone Line Monitor................................................................18
Reset and Tamper Headers
18.1
18.2
J16 Reset Header..................................................................19
J4 Tamper Header ................................................................19
Cellular Modules
19.1
19.2
19.3
J24 Header...........................................................................19
Module Installation................................................................19
Connecting the Antenna.........................................................19
Wiring Diagrams
20.1
20.2
20.3
LX-Bus™ Module Connection..................................................20
Model 860 Relay Module Connection.......................................21
Dual Zone Protection.............................................................21
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Introduction
Product Specifications
1.1
Power Supply
Transformer Input:
Standby Battery: Auxiliary:
Bell Output:
Auxiliary:
Bell Output:
All circuits are inherent
Model 327CAN, plug-in — Primary input: 120 Vac, 60 Hz, Secondary output: 16.5 Vac 50 VA
Model FTA7516 ATC Frost from Standex Electronics — Primary input: 120 Vac, 60 Hz,
Secondary output: 16 Vac 75 VA
12 Vdc, 1.0 Amps Max. charging current
Models 365, 366, 368, or 369
Replace every 3 to 5 years
12 Vdc output at 1.0 Amp Max using Model 327CAN
12 Vdc at 1.0 Amp Max using Model 327CAN
12 Vdc output at 1.5 Amp Max using Model FTA7516
12 Vdc at 1.5 Amp Max using Model FTA7516
Power Limited except the red battery wire and AC terminal.
1.2Communication
• Built-in network communication to DMP Model SCS-1R Receivers (Panels with Network/Encryption only)
• Built-in 128-bit or 256-bit encrypted communication to DMP Model SCS-1R Receivers (XR550 with
Encryption only)
• Built-in Contact ID communication to DMP Model SCS-1R Receivers
• Optional 893A Dual Phone Line Module with phone line supervision
• Can operate as a local panel
Note: 256-bit encrypted messages to SCS-1R receiver only communicate when using SCS-104 Receiver Line Cards
with Version 102 or higher software.
1.3
Panel Zones
Eight 1k Ohm EOL burglary zones (zones 1 to 8)
Two 3.3k Ohm EOL powered zone with reset (zones 9 and 10)
1.4
Keypad Bus
You can connect up to a total of 16 of the following supervised keypads and expansion modules to the keypad bus:
• Alphanumeric keypads
• Four- and/or single-zone expansion modules
• Single-zone detectors
• Access control modules
• Wireless Keypads (maximum of 4)
1.5LX-Bus™
You can connect the following devices to the LX-Bus™ connections provided on the panel. See Accessory Devices
section 3.3.
• Four, eight, sixteen- and/or single-zone expansion modules• Single-zone detectors
• Relay output expansion modules
• Graphic annunciator modules
1.6Outputs
The XR150/XR350/XR550 Series provides two Single Pole, Double Throw (SPDT) relay outputs which require the
installation of two Model 305 relays, each rated 1 Amp at 30 Vdc resistive (power limited sources only). A Model 431
Output Harness is required to use these outputs.
The panels also provide four open collector outputs rated for 50mA each. The open collector outputs provide ground
connection for a positive voltage source. A Model 300 Output Harness is required to use these outputs.
1.7
Enclosure Specifications
The panels are shipped in an enclosure with a transformer, End-of-Line resistors, battery leads, user’s guide, and
programming sheets.
Enclosure
Model
Size
Color(s)
Construction (Cold Rolled
Steel)
350
17.5”W x 13.5”H x 3.5”D
Gray (G) or Red (R)
18-Gauge
350A
17.5”W x 13.5”H x 3.75”D
Gray (G)
18-Gauge with 16-Gauge door
341
13.22”W x 7.0”H x 3.5”D
Gray (G)
20-Gauge
349
12.5”W x 11.5”H x 3.5”D
Gray (G)
20-Gauge
352X
14.5”W x 32.0”H x 4.0”D
Gray (G)
16-Gauge
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Panel Features
2.1Description
The DMP XR150/XR350/XR550 Series Canadian panel is a versatile 12 Vdc, combined access control, burglary,
and fire communicator panel with battery backup. The panels provide eight on-board burglary zones and two
on-board 12 Vdc Class B powered zones. The powered zones have a reset capability to provide for 2-wire smoke
detectors, relays, or other latching devices. You can use up to sixteen supervised 32-character LCD keypads;
network communications and expansion interface cards; zone and output expansion modules; and initiating and
indicating circuit modules. You can also connect auxiliary devices to the panel’s output relays to expand the basic
system control capability. Combined current requirements of additional modules may require an auxiliary power
supply. Refer to the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series Power Requirements section in this guide when calculating power
requirements. The XR150/XR350/XR550 Series can communicate to DMP SCS-1R Receivers using digital dialer,
cellular, network, or Contact ID communication.
2.2
Zone Expansion
Each panel provides multiple options for zone expansion.
• 10 on-board zones
• Up to 64 programmable keypad zones
• Up to 500 LX-Bus zones
Using DMP LCD keypad remote zone capability and zone expansion modules, additional zones are available on each
panel:
• XR550 provides up to 574 additional zones
• XR350 provides up to 374 additional zones
• XR150 provides up to 142 additional zones
The panel keypad data bus supports up to 16 supervised device addresses with each address supporting up to four
programmable expansion zones (64 total).
Using the on board LX-Bus™ (LX500-LX900) connections, and any combination of single, four, eight, or sixteen-zone
expansion modules and single-zone LX-Bus™ detectors, additional zones are available on each panel:
• XR550 provides up to 500 additional zones (LX500-LX900)
• XR350 provides up to 300 additional zones (LX500-LX700)
• XR150 provides up to 100 additional zones (LX500)
Note: Do not use shielded or twisted pair wiring for LX-Bus or Keypad Bus circuits.
2.3
Output Expansion
In addition to the two SPDT relays and four programmable open collector outputs on the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series,
you can also connect up to 25 programmable Model 716 Output Expansion Modules to each LX-Bus. These modules
can provide an additional 500, 300, or 100 programmable SPDT relays.
The panels provide Output Schedules for programming the 716 to perform a variety of annunciation and control
functions. Also assign the 716 outputs to any panel Output Options such as Fire Alarm, Communication Fail, or Phone
Trouble Outputs. Refer to the 716 Installation Guide (LT-0183).
The LX-Bus™ also supports the Model 717 Graphic Annunciator Module. Each 717 module supplies 20 switched ground
outputs that follow the state of their assigned zones.
Note: The 717 supports the first eight Keypad Bus addresses. To follow Keypad Bus addresses nine through 16, install
multiple 716 modules. Refer to the 717 Installation Guide (LT-0235) and 716 Installation Guide (LT‑0183).
2.4
Central Station Communication
You can program the panel for reporting to DMP SCS‑1R Receivers using digital dialer, cellular, network, or Contact ID
communication. The panel connects at the premises to a standard RJ31X or RJ38X telephone jack. Use the DMP 893A
Dual Phone Line Module when connecting the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series panel to two separate phone lines.
2.5
Encrypted Communications (XR550 with Encryption only)
An XR550 panel with encryption communicates using 128-bit or 256-bit AES encryption. If you currently have an
XR550 panel installed, you may contact DMP Customer Service with the panel serial number. The serial number(s)
should be sent in writing via e-mail or fax. A separate feature key is sent for each panel to activate encrypted
communications using the Feature Upgrade process. Encrypted communication cannot be enabled on a standard
XR550 panel. For more information on the Feature Upgrade process see the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series Canadian
Programming Guide (LT-1232CAN).
Note: 256-bit encrypted messages to SCS-1R receiver only communicate when using SCS-104 Receiver Line Cards
with Version 102 or higher software.
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2.6
Caution Notes
Throughout this guide you will see caution notes containing information you need to know when installing the panel.
These cautions are indicated with a yield sign. Whenever you see a caution note, make sure you completely read
and understand its information. Failing to follow the caution note can cause damage to the equipment or improper
operation of one or more components in the system. See the example shown below.
2.7
Always ground the panel before applying power to any devices: The panel must be properly grounded
before connecting any devices or applying power to the panel. Proper grounding protects against
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) that can damage system components.
Compliance Instructions
For applications that must conform to a local authorities installation standard or a National Recognized Testing
Laboratory certificated system, please see the Compliance Listing Guide (LT-1330) for instructions.
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System Components
3.1
Wiring Diagram
The XR550 Series diagram below shows some of the accessory modules you can connect for use in various
applications. A brief description of each module follows in section 3.3.
Front and Rear
tamper protection
included with
Model 350A
Attack Resistant
Enclosure.
s
s
LX500
J14
RED
BLACK
s
Cold Water
Pipe Earth
Ground
Bell
1k
Ohm
RED
Earth Ground
10
Bell cutoff time
range is 5 to 99
minutes, non-coded.
s s
s s
s
s
s
s
Smoke
Detector
ARM
s
14
15 16
s s
J17
s
s
1k
1k
Ohm Ohm
17
s
18 19
s
s
1k
1k
Ohm Ohm
s
20
Z7 GND Z8 Z9+ Z9– Z10+ Z10–
21 22
s s
s
23
s
1k
1k
Ohm Ohm
24 25
s s
26
27
Zone
9
s
1k
1k
Ohm Ohm
Auxiliary/Smoke Power
Total current combined from
terminals 7, 11, 25, 27, XBUS
and LX500-LX900
1.5 Amp Max
13.8 VDC to 10.2 VDC
s
s
28
Zone
10
s
s
3.3k Ohm
3.3k Ohm
Resistor DMP Resistor DMP
Model 309
Model 309
s = Supervised Circuit
s
s
Zone Expander
Model 715
7mA @ 12 VDC
Models 715-8, 715-16
20mA @ 12 VDC
Zone Expander
Model 714
7mA @ 12 VDC
Models 714-8, 714-16
20mA @ 12 VDC
Zone
Expander
Model 711
7mA @ 12
VDC
Zone Expander
(up to 8 zones)
Model 712-8
19mA @ 12
VDC
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
s
3.3k Ohm 3.3k Ohm 3.3k Ohm 3.3k Ohm
s s
s
s
s
s s
s
1k Ohm 1k Ohm 1k Ohm
Use Listed Power Supervision
Relay rated at 12 VDC.
J19
RED
RED
YELLOW
GREEN
BLACK
s
1k Ohm 1k Ohm 1k Ohm
12 13
s s
s
Keyswitch Arming
can be connected
to any zone.
DISARM
11
J15
Zones 9 and 10 and
Model 715 compatibility
identifier: A
Maximum operating
range: 13.8 VDC to
9.7 VDC.
Class B (Style A).
J24
Z3 GND Z4 Z5 GND Z6
Zone 2
s
9
Zone 1
6
s
s
s
8
22 gauge minimum
Bell
s
16 to 18 gauge wire
12 VDC
Maximum AC Wire distance
Minimum cutoff time 15 min. with 16 gauge wire: 70 feet
1.5 Amp Max using FTA7516 with 18 gauge wire: 40 feet
7
22 gauge minimum
5
BLACK
4
22 gauge minimum
3
GREEN
2
YELLOW
1
s
s
22 gauge minimum
AC AC +B –B BELL GND RED YEL GRN BLK SMK GND Z1 GND Z2
Heat detectors, pull
stations, or any other
contact devices listed
for Fire Protective
Signaling can be
connected to zones
9 and 10.
XBUS
J9
Rear
Tamper
J16
Reset
J13
K7
LX800
K6
Zone 5
OVC
J4
Tamper
J8
The plug-in transformer
shall plug into a 120 VAC
60 Hz outlet not
controlled by a switch.
Output 2
J2
Zone 6
Output 1
Outputs 3-6
Battery
Start
LX700
¼"
J11
Zone 3
3
4
5
6
Front
Tamper
Annunciator Outputs (J11)
Output Color Code
Output 3
Red
Output 4
Yellow
Output 5
Green
Output 6
Black
Zone 4
Wiring on terminals 5 through 22 must
exit right and maintain 1/4" separation
from the AC and battery positive wiring.
Zone 8
XR550 Series
Canadian Panel
LX900
50VA
AC Wiring must be in conduit and exit
out the left side of the enclosure.
Form C Relays (J2)
Output Color Code–Model 431 Harness
Output 2 N/O Orange/White
Output 2 Com White/Gray
Output 2 N/C Violet/White
Output 1 N/O Orange
Output 1 Com Gray
Output 1 N/C Violet
Listed Resistors
1.0k Ohm - DMP Model 311
3.3k Ohm - DMP Model 309
10K Ohm - DMP Model 308
Zone 7
J3
Phone Line
75VA
Out1 Out2
J12
s
1k Ohm
WARNING: Incorrect
connections may cause
damage to the unit.
s
1k Ohm
CAUTION: DO NOT USE LOOPED WIRE
UNDER TERMINALS. BREAK WIRE RUN TO
PROVIDE SUPERVISION OF CONNECTIONS.
1k Ohm
Figure 1: XR550 Canadian Wiring Diagram
3.2
Lightning Protection
Metal Oxide Varistors and Transient Voltage Suppressors help protect against voltage surges on XR150/XR350/XR550
Series input and output circuits. Additional surge protection is available by installing the DMP 370, 370RJ Lightning
Suppressors or Model 270 Network Transient Suppression Module.
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3.3
Accessory Devices
Cellular Communicators
263HCAN HSPA+ Canadian
Cellular Communicator
Allows you to connect the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series to any compatible HSPA/SMS
network.
Accessory Modules
270 Network Transient
Suppression Module
Provides transient surge protection for the J1 Ethernet Connector.
277CAN Trouble Sounder
Provides local sounder for monitoring of panel operations and loss of Keypad Bus.
370/370RJ Lightning Suppressor
Provides protection against voltage surges on panel input and output circuits
Allows you to supervise two standard phone lines connected to an XR150/XR350/XR550
Series panel. The 893A module monitors the main and backup phone lines for a sustained
voltage drop and alerts users when the phone line is bad.
893A Dual Phone Line Module
Expansion Modules
710 Bus Splitter/Repeater
711 Single Point Zone Expanders
714, 714-8, 714-16 Zone Expanders
712-8 Zone Expander
715, 715-8, 715-16 Zone Expanders
716 Output Expander
717 Graphic Annunciator Module
734, 734N, 734N-WiFi Wiegand
Interface Modules
Allows you to increase keypad or LX-Bus™ wiring distance to 2500 feet.
Provides one Class B zone for connecting burglary devices.
Provides Class B zones for connecting burglary and non-powered fire devices.
Provides Class B zones for connecting burglary devices.
Provides 12 Vdc Class B powered zones for connecting smoke detectors, glassbreak
detectors, and other 2- or 4-wire devices.
Provides four Form C relays (SPDT) and four switched grounds (open collector) for use in a
variety of remote annunciation and control applications for use on the LX-Bus only.
Provides 20 zone following annunciator outputs (open collector) for use in a variety of
remote annunciation and control applications for use on the LX-Bus only.
Provides system codeless entry, and arming and disarming using access control readers.
DMP Two-Way Wireless Devices
1100X/1100XH Wireless Receiver
Supports up to 500 devices in residential or commercial wireless operation.
1100R Repeater
Provides additional range for wireless devices.
1101 Universal Transmitter
Provides both internal and external contacts that may be used at the same time to yield
two individual reporting zones from one wireless transmitter.
1102 Universal Transmitter
Provides an external contact.
1103 Universal Transmitter
Provides both internal and external contacts that may be used at the same time to yield
two individual reporting zones from one wireless transmitter. Requires EOL resistor for
external contact. Provides Disarm/Disable functionality.
1106 Universal Transmitter
Provides both internal and external contacts that may be used at the same time to yield
two individual reporting zones from one wireless transmitter.
1107 Micro Window Transmitter
Provides a wireless window transmitter.
1114 Four-Zone Expander
Provides four wireless zones.
1116 Relay Output
Provides one Form C relay.
1117 LED Annunciator
Provides a visual system status indicator.
1118 Remote Indicator Light
Provides a visual indication of a Panic situation.
1119 Door Sounder
Provides a battery powered sounder.
1121 PIR Motion Detector
Provides motion detection with pet immunity.
1126R Motion Detector
Ceiling mount motion detector with panel programmable sensitivity and Disarm/Disable
functionality.
1127C/1127W PIR Motion Detector
Wall mount motion detector with panel programmable sensitivity and Disarm/Disable
functionality.
1129 Glassbreak Detector
Detects the shattering of framed glass mounted in an outside wall and provides full-pattern
coverage and false-alarm immunity.
1131 Recessed Contact
Provides a recessed contact option for door or window applications.
1135/1135DB Wireless Sounder
Provides a wireless sounder.
1139 Bill Trap
Provides a silent alarm option for retail and banking cash drawers.
1141 Wall Button
One button wall mounted wireless transmitter.
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Accessory Devices (continued)
DMP Two-Way Wireless Devices (continued)
1142BC Two-button Hold-up Belt
Clip Transmitter
1142 Two-button Hold-up
Transmitter
1145-4 (Four-Button)
1145-2 (Two-Button)
1145-1 (One‑Button)
1164 Wireless Synchronized
Smoke Detector
1165 Commercial Smoke
Detector
1165H Commercial Smoke/Heat
Detector
1165HS Commercial Smoke/Heat
Detector and Sounder
1183-135R Heat Detector
1184 Carbon Monoxide Detector
Provides two-button hold-up operation with a belt clip.
Provides permanently mounted under-the-counter two-button hold-up operation.
Key Fob transmitters designed to clip onto a key ring or lanyard.
Commercial or residential, battery powered, wireless, low profile, photoelectric smoke
detector, with synchronizing sounder.
Commercial smoke detector.
Commercial smoke/heat detector with fixed rate-of-rise heat detector.
Commercial smoke/heat detector with fixed rate-of-rise heat detector and sounder.
Fixed temperature and rate-of-rise heat detector.
Carbon Monoxide Detector.
Interface Modules
736P Radionics™ Popit Interface
Allows a Radionics™ POPIT System to interface with DMP XR150/XR350/XR550 Series panels
while maintaining Radionics™ wiring.
738A Ademco Interface
Allows Ademco™ 5881 wireless receivers to interface with DMP XR150/XR350/XR550 Series
panels.
738I ITI Interface Module
Allows ITI™ SuperBus™ 2000 Series wireless receivers to interface with DMP XR150/XR350/
XR550 Series panels.
738Z Z-Wave Interface Module
Provides connection for Z-Wave modules.
Indicating and Initiating Devices
860 Relay Output Module
Provides one relay and three relay sockets for expansion of up to four relays.
865 Supervised Style W or X
Provides supervised alarm current when using the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series panel bell
output and up to 5 Amps at 12 or 24 Vdc when using a listed auxiliary power supply. The
Notification Circuit Module
865 can supervise 2-wire or 4-wire style circuits for opens and shorts with individual LED
annunciation.
866 Style W Notification Circuit
Provides supervised alarm current using the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series panel bell output
Module
and up to 5 Amps at 12 or 24 Vdc when using a listed auxiliary power supply. The 866 can
supervise 2-wire Style W circuits for opens and shorts.
867 Style W LX-Bus Notification
Provides supervised alarm current using the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series panel bell output and
Circuit Module
up to 5 Amps at 12 or 24 Vdc when using a listed auxiliary power supply. The 867 connects to
the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series panel LX-Bus™ and provides one 2-wire Style W notification
circuit for open and short conditions. Individual Bell Relay addresses Bell Ring styles.
869 Dual Class A Style D
Provides two Class A, Style D, 4-wire initiating zones for connecting waterflow switches and
Initiating Module
other non‑powered fire and burglary devices.
Keypads
LCD keypads
9000 Series Wireless Keypads
9800 Series Wireless Graphic
Touchscreen keypads
Allows you to control the panel from various remote locations. Connect up to sixteen
supervised Model 630F Remote Fire Command Center, 7060, 7063, 7070, 7073, 7160, 7163,
7170, 7173 Thinline™ keypads, 7060A, 7063A, 7070A, 7073A Aqualite™ keypads, and 7872 and
7873 Graphic Touchscreen keypads to the keypad bus using terminals 7, 8, 9, and 10.
Allows you to control the panel from various remote locations. Connect up to four 9060/9063
Wireless Keypads.
Allows you to control the panel from various remote locations. Connect up to four keypads.
9862 Wireless Keypads.
Addressable Smoke Detectors
521LX, 521LXT
2W-BLX, 2WT-BLX
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Single-zone, addressable conventional smoke, smoke/heat detectors that connect to the
LX-Bus. Includes remote maintenance reporting, drift compensation, and multi-criteria
detection.
Single-zone, addressable conventional smoke, smoke/heat detectors that connect to the
LX-Bus. Includes drift compensation.
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Installation
4.1
Mounting the Enclosure
The metal enclosure for the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series must be mounted in a secure, dry place to protect the panel
from damage due to tampering or the elements. It is not necessary to remove the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series PCB
when installing the enclosure. Figure 2 shows the mounting hole locations for the Model 350/350A Enclosures. Figure
3 shows the Model 341 Enclosure. Figure 4 shows the Model 352X panel cabinet and 352S shelf cabinet for multiple
batteries.
The 350A Attack Resistant enclosure is factory shipped with one knockout on the top left of the enclosure. As
needed, additional knockouts or antenna exits may be added at the time of installation. See Figure 2 for the
positions on the enclosure that can be added. Each additional knockout must be filled with conduit.
*
Enclosure Mounting Holes
XR550 Panel
3-Hole
Pattern for
Accessory
Modules
J6
K
*
*
Dual 1 3/4" and 1 3/8" Conduit Knockouts
* 350A Optional Knockout
*
Battery Shelf holds up to three 7 Ah Batteries
Front and
Rear Tamper
Switches for
350A Attack
Resistant
Enclosure
*
Figure 2: XR550 Series in Model 350 or 350A Enclosure
PEMs for optional battery bracket.
See 341 Installation sheet for
additional information.
Lid Mounting Holes (4 places)
Lid Mounting Holes
(4 places)
XR550 Panel
J6
K
Enclosure Mounting Holes (4 places)
Dual 1/2" and 3/4" Conduit Knockouts
Figure 3: XR550 Series in Model 341 Enclosure
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Transformer
Mounting
Plate
XR550 Panel
XR550 Panel
J6
K
Mounting for one (1)
Zone Expansion Module.
Battery Shelf
Figure 4: XR550 Series in Model 352X Enclosure and Separate 352S Enclosure with Shelves
4.2
Mounting Keypads and Zone Expansion Modules
DMP LCD keypads have removable covers that allow you to easily mount the keypad to a wall or other flat surface
using the screw holes on each corner of the base. Before mounting the base, connect the keypad wire harness leads
to the keypad cable from the panel and to any device wiring run to that location. Then attach the harness to the pin
connector on the PC board, mount the base, and install the keypad cover making sure all of the keys extend through
their respective holes.
For mounting keypads on solid walls, or for applications where conduit is required, use the Model 695 1-1/2” deep or
the Model 696 1/2” deep backboxes.
The DMP 711, 712-8, 714, 715, 716, and 717 modules are each contained in molded plastic housings with removable
covers. The base provides you with mounting holes for installing the unit to a wall, switch plate, or other surface.
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4.3
Connecting LX-Bus and Keypad Bus Devices
Connections for LX-Bus and Keypads are provided through the J8 (PROG), J14 (LX500), J9 (LX600), J15 (LX700), J17
(LX800), J19 (LX900), and J13 (XBUS) 4-pin headers. Several factors determine the DMP LX-Bus™ and keypad bus
performance characteristics: the wire length and gauge used, the number of devices connected, and the voltage at
each device. When planning an LX-Bus™ and keypad bus installation, keep in mind the following information:
1. DMP recommends using 18 or 22-gauge unshielded wire for all keypad and LX-Bus circuits. Do not use twisted pair or
shielded wire for LX-Bus and keypad bus data circuits.
2. On keypad bus circuits, to maintain auxiliary power integrity when using 22-gauge wire do not exceed 500 feet. When
using 18-gauge wire do not exceed 1,000 feet. To increase the wire length or to add devices, install an additional
power supply that is listed for Fire Protective Signaling, power limited, and regulated (12 Vdc nominal) with battery
backup.
Note: Each panel allows a specific number of supervised keypads. Add additional keypads in the unsupervised mode.
Refer to the Keypad Bus section for the specific number of supervised keypads allowed.
3. Maximum distance for any one bus circuit (length of wire) is 2,500 feet regardless of the wire gauge. This distance
can be in the form of one long wire run or multiple branches with all wiring totaling no more than 2,500 feet. As wire
distance from the panel increases, DC voltage on the wire decreases. Maximum number of LX-Bus devices on the first
2,500 foot circuit is 40 devices.
4. Maximum voltage drop between the panel (or auxiliary power supply) and any device is 2.0 Vdc. If the voltage at any
device is less than the required level, add an auxiliary power supply at the end of the circuit. When voltage is too
low, the devices cannot operate properly.
For additional information refer to the LX-Bus/Keypad Bus Wiring Application Note (LT-2031).
4.4
Wireless Keypad Association
Enable Wireless Keypad Association operation on both the keypad and panel.
To enable association operation in the keypad, access the Installer Options Menu (3577
(INST)) and select RF Survey). The keypad logo LEDs turn on Red until association is
successful.
To enable association operation in the XR150/XR350/XR550 panel, reset panel 3
times within 12 seconds. Allow the keypad bus Transmit/Receive LEDs to turn back on
Figure 5: Keypad Bus LEDs
between each reset.
For 60 seconds the panel listens for wireless keypads that are in the Installer Options Menu (3577 CMD) and have not
been programmed, or associated into another panel. Those keypads are assigned to the first open device position
automatically based upon the order in which they are detected. The keypad logo turns Green to indicate it has been
associated with the panel.
Primary Power Supply
5.1
AC Terminals 1 and 2
Connect the transformer wires to terminals 1 and 2 on the panel. Use no more than 70 ft. of 16 gauge or 40 ft. of 18
gauge wire between the transformer and the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series.
Always ground the panel before applying power to any devices: The XR150/XR350/XR550 Series must
be properly grounded before connecting any devices or applying power to the panel. Proper grounding
protects against Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) that can damage system components. See the Earth ground
section.
5.2
Transformer Types
Use Model 327CAN (16.5 Vac 50 VA) plug-in or Model FTA7516 from ATC Frost.
The transformer must be connected to an unswitched 120 Vac 60 Hz electrical outlet with at least .87A of
available current. Never share the transformer output with any other equipment.
5.3
J12 3-Pin Header for Transformer Types
Place the jumper on the left two pins for a Maximum 2 Amp (Bell+Aux+Smoke+XBUS+LX500-LX900) when using the
Model 327CAN plug-in transformer (default).
Use an ATC Frost FTA7516 transformer and place the jumper on the right two pins for a Maximum, 3 Amps
(Bell+Aux+Smoke+XBUS+LX500-LX900).
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Secondary Power Supply
6.1
Battery Terminals 3 and 4
Connect the black battery lead to the negative battery
terminal. The negative terminal connects to the
enclosure ground internally through the XR150/XR350/
XR550 Series circuit board. Connect the red battery
lead to the battery positive terminal. Observe polarity
when connecting the battery.
You can add a second battery in parallel using the DMP
Model 318 Dual Battery Harness. DMP requires each
battery be separated by a PTC in the battery harness
wiring to protect each battery from a reversal or
short within the circuit. See Figure 6.
Battery
Start
AC AC +B –B BELL GND
Battery
318 Battery
Harness
To AC
Red
PTC
318 Battery
Harness
XR550
Panel
Red
Black
PTC
2
3
4
5
6
Panel Red and
Black Battery Cables
14 AWG to
Earth Ground
To Bell
Circuit
Black
Battery
1
Battery
Use sealed lead-acid batteries only: Use
the Model 365 (12 Vdc 9 Ah), Model 366
Figure 6: Wiring Multiple Batteries
(12 Vdc 18 Ah), Model 368 (12 Vdc 5.0 Ah), or
Model 369 (12 Vdc 7 Ah) sealed lead‑acid rechargeable battery. Batteries supplied by DMP have been
tested to ensure proper charging with DMP products.
GEL CELL BATTERIES CANNOT BE USED WITH THE XR150/XR350/XR550 SERIES PANEL.
6.2
Earth Ground (GND)
To provide proper transient suppression, XR150/XR350/XR550 Series panel terminal 4 must be connected to earth
ground using 14 gauge or larger wire. DMP recommends connecting to a cold water pipe, ground rod, or building
ground only. Do not connect to an electrical ground or conduit, sprinkler or gas pipes, or to a telephone company
ground.
6.3
Battery Only Restart
When powering up the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series panel without AC power, briefly short across the battery start pads
to pull in the battery cutoff relay. The leads need a momentary short only. Once the relay has pulled in, the battery
voltage holds it in that condition. If the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series panel is powered up with an AC transformer, the
battery cutoff relay is pulled in automatically. For more information refer to Figure 1.
6.4
Battery Replacement Period
DMP recommends replacing the battery every 3 to 5 years under normal use.
6.5Discharge/Recharge
The XR150/XR350/XR550 Series battery charging circuit float charges at 13.8 Vdc at a maximum current of 1.0 Amps.
Listed below are the various battery voltage level conditions:
Battery Trouble: Below 11.9 Vdc
Battery Cutoff:
Below 10.2 Vdc
Battery Restored: Above 12.6 Vdc
6.6
Battery Supervision
The XR150/XR350/XR550 Series tests the battery when AC power is present. The test is done every three minutes
and lasts for five seconds. During the test, the panel places a load on the battery; if the battery voltage falls below
11.9 Vdc a low battery is detected. If AC power is not present, a low battery is detected any time the battery
voltage falls below 11.9 Vdc.
If a low battery is detected with AC power present, the test repeats every two minutes until the battery charges
above 12.6 Vdc indicating the battery has restored voltage. If a weak battery is replaced with a fully charged
battery, the restored battery will not be detected until the next two minute test is completed.
6.7
Battery Cutoff
The panel disconnects the battery any time the battery voltage drops below 10.2 Vdc. This prevents battery deep
discharge damage.
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6.8
XR150/XR350/XR550 Series Canadian Power Requirements
During AC power failure, the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series panel and all connected auxiliary devices draw their power
from the battery. All devices must be taken into consideration when calculating the battery standby capacity.
The following table lists the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series panel power requirements. You must add the additional
current draw of keypads, zone expansion modules, smoke detector output, and any other auxiliary devices used in
the system for the total current required. The total is then multiplied by the number of standby hours required to
calculate the total ampere-hours required.
Standby Battery Power Calculations
Standby Current
XR150/XR350/XR550 Series Control Panel
Relay Outputs 1-2 (ON)
Switch Grounds 3-6 (ON)
Active Zones 1-8
Active Zones 9-10
2-Wire Smoke Detectors
Panel Bell Output
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
1 _
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
x
893A Dual Phone Line Module
Qty _______
x
12mA ______
174mA
30mA
5mA
1.6mA
4mA
0.1mA
174 mA
______
______
______
______
______
Alarm Current
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
1 _
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
x
Qty _______
x
50mA ______
217mA
30mA
5mA
2mA*
30mA
0.1mA
1500mA
217 mA
______
______
______
______
______
______mA
263HCAN HSPA+ Cellular Communicator
Qty _______
x
24mA ______
Qty _______
x
28mA ______
277CAN Trouble Sounder Module
Qty _______
x
5mA ______
Qty _______
x
5mA ______
1100X Wireless Receiver
Qty _______
x
46mA ______
Qty _______
x
46mA ______
1100XH Wireless High Power Receiver
Qty _______
x
160mA ______
Qty _______
x
160mA ______
860 Relay Output Module (one relay active)
All four relays active
Qty _______
x
34mA ______
138mA ______
Qty _______
x
34mA ______
138mA ______
865 Style Y or Z Notification Module
Qty _______
x
26mA ______
Qty _______
x
85mA ______
866 Style W Notification Module
Qty _______
x
45mA ______
Qty _______
x
76mA ______
867 LX-Bus Style W Notification Module
Qty _______
x
30mA ______
Qty _______
x
86mA ______
869 Dual Style D Initiating Module
Qty _______
x
25mA ______
Qty _______
x
75mA ______
7060/7160 Thinline/7060A Aqualite Keypad
Qty _______
x
72mA ______
Qty _______
x
80mA ______
7063/7163 Thinline/7063A Aqualite Keypad
Qty _______
x
85mA ______
Qty _______
x
100mA ______
7070/7170 Thinline/7070A Aqualite Keypad
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
Qty _______
x
72mA ______
1.6mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
87mA ______
2mA* ______
7073/7173 Thinline/7073A Aqualite Keypad
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
Qty _______
x
85mA ______
1.6mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
100mA ______
2mA* ______
7872 Graphic Touchscreen Keypad
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
Qty _______
x
145mA ______
1.6mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
215mA ______
2mA* ______
7873 Graphic Touchscreen Keypad
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
Qty _______
x
143mA ______
1.6mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
243mA ______
2mA* ______
734 Wiegand Interface Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
Annunciator (ON)
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
15mA ______
1.6mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
x
15mA ______
2mA* ______
20mA ______
734N Wiegand Interface Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
Annunciator (ON)
Wiegand Reader
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
146mA ______
1.6mA ______
Qty _______
x
200mA ______
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
_______
_______
_______
_______
x
x
x
x
148mA
2mA*
20mA
200mA
______
______
______
______
734N-WiFi Wiegand Interface Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
Annunciator (ON)
Wiegand Reader
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
146mA ______
1.6mA ______
Qty _______
x
200mA ______
Qty
Qty
Qty
Qty
_______
_______
_______
_______
x
x
x
x
148mA
2mA*
20mA
200mA
______
______
______
______
Copy Sub-Totals to next page *Based on 10% of active zones in alarm.
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Sub-Total Alarm ______mA
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Standby Battery Power Calculations
Standby Current
Alarm Current
736P POPIT Interface Module
Radionics Popex, POPITs, OctoPOPITs
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
25mA ______
___mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
25mA ______
___mA ______
738A Ademco Wireless Interface Module
Qty _______
x
75mA ______
Qty _______
x
75mA ______
738Z Z-Wave Interface Module
Qty _______
x
35mA ______
Qty _______
x
35mA ______
710 Bus Splitter/Repeater Module
Qty _______
x
32mA ______
Qty _______
x
32mA ______
711 Zone Expansion Module
Active Zone (EOL Installed)
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
11mA ______
1.6mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
11mA ______
2mA* ______
714 Zone Expansion Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
7mA ______
1.6mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
7mA ______
2mA* ______
712-8 Zone Expansion Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
17mA ______
1.6mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
17mA ______
2mA* ______
714-8, 714-16 Zone Expansion Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
20mA ______
1.6mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
20mA ______
2mA* ______
715 Zone Expansion Module
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
2-Wire Smokes
Qty _______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
x
7mA ______
4mA ______
.1mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
x
7mA ______
30mA* ______
.1mA ______
715-8, 715-16 Zone Expansion Modules
Active Zones (EOL Installed)
2-Wire Smokes
Qty _______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
x
20mA ______
4mA ______
.1mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
x
20mA ______
30mA* ______
.1mA ______
716 Output Expansion Module
Active Form C Relays
Qty _______
x
13mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
13mA ______
12mA ______
717 Graphic Annunciator Module
Annunciator Outputs
Qty _______
x
10mA ______
Qty _______
Qty _______
x
x
10mA ______
1mA ______
521LX, 521LXT Smoke Detectors
Qty _______
x
8.8mA ______
Qty _______
x
28mA* ______
2W-BLX, 2WT-BLX Smoke Detectors
Qty _______
x
15mA ______
Qty _______
x
36mA* ______
572 Indicator LED
Qty _______
x
20mA ______
Qty _______
x
20mA ______
Aux. Powered Devices on Terminals 7 and 11
Other than Keypads and LX-Bus Modules
______mA
______mA
This page only
Sub-Total Standby ______mA
Sub-Total Alarm ______mA
Sub-Totals from previous page
Sub-Total Standby ______mA
Total Standby ______mA
Sub-Total Alarm ______mA
*Based on 10% of active zones in alarm
Total Alarm ______mA
_______mA-hours
Total Standby______mA x number of Standby Hours needed ______ =
+_______mA-hours
Total Alarm ______mA
Total _______mA-hours
X
.001
= _______Amp-hrs
Required
Refer to section 6.9 for standby battery selection.
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6.9
Standby Battery Selection
To choose the type and number of batteries needed for 24, 60, or 72 hours of standby power based on the Amp Hours
Required calculation from section 6.8 XR150/XR350/XR550 Series Power Requirements, perform the following:
1. Select the desired standby hours required from the table below: 24, 60, or 72 hours
2. Select the desired battery size: Model 368 (12 Vdc 5.0 Ah), Model 369 (12 Vdc 7 Ah), Model 365 (12 Vdc 9 Ah),
Model 366 (12 Vdc 18 Ah).
3. Select a Max. Ah Available number that is just greater than the number calculated in Amp Hours Required.
4. Install the number of batteries shown in the corresponding No. of Batteries required column.
Example: If the Amp Hours Required calculation equals 22 Ah for 24 hours of standby time and 4.5 Ah batteries
are desired, install six (6) Model 368 (12 Vdc, 5.0 Ah) batteries.
Note: You can use either a Model 327CAN Plug-in 50 VA or ATC Frost FTA7516 75VA Transformer with any of the
Number of Batteries choices listed below.
24 hours of standby power
5.0 Ah Batteries
7 Ah Batteries
7.7 Ah Batteries
9 Ah Batteries
18 Ah Batteries
Max. Ah No. of
Max. Ah No. of
Max. Ah No. of
Max. Ah No. of
Max. Ah No. of
Available Batteries
Available Batteries
Available Batteries
Available Batteries
Available Batteries
8
2
6
1
6
1
8
1
16
1
12
3
12
2
13
2
16
2
32
2
16
4
18
3
20
3
24
3
48
3
20
5
24
4
27
4
32
4
24
6
31
5
34
5
40
5
28
7
37
6
41
6
32
8
43
7
36
9
Note: 48 hours is the typical battery recharge time for any of the Number of Batteries
shown in this section.
40
10
60 hours of standby power
7 Ah Batteries
7.7 Ah Batteries
Max. Ah No. of
Max. Ah No. of
Available Batteries
Available Batteries
13
2
14
2
20
3
22
3
27
4
29
4
33
5
37
5
40
6
44
6
47
7
52
7
54
8
59
8
60
9
67
9
67
10
9 Ah Batteries
Max. Ah No. of
Available Batteries
17
2
26
3
34
4
43
5
52
6
61
7
69
8
18 Ah Batteries
Max. Ah No. of
Available Batteries
17
1
34
2
52
3
69
4
Note: 48 hours is the typical battery
recharge time for any of the Number of
Batteries shown in this section.
72 hours of standby power
9 Ah Batteries
18 Ah Batteries
Max. Ah No. of
Max. Ah No. of
Available Batteries
Available Batteries
16
2
16
1
25
3
33
2
33
4
50
3
42
5
67
4
50
6
59
7
Note: 72 hours is the typical battery recharge time required for any of the Number of
Batteries shown in this section.
67
8
Note: If the Amp Hours Required calculation is greater than any Max. Ah Available number shown on a table, then
add power supply(s) to power some system devices allowing the Amp Hours Required calculation to be reduced. See
the 710 Bus Splitter/Repeater Installation Guide (LT-0310).
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Bell Output
7.1
Terminals 5 and 6
Terminal 5 supplies positive 12 Vdc to power alarm bells or horns. This output can be steady, pulsed, or temporal
depending upon the Bell Action specified in Bell Options. Terminal 6 is the ground reference for the bell circuit. This
supervised output detects 1k Ohms or less as normal. The indicating appliance can supply this resistance. If using a
horn or siren, a 1k Ohm 1/2 W EOL resistor (provided) should be added across the bell circuit to provide supervision.
See the Notification Appliance section for a list of approved notification appliances and the Wiring Diagrams for
connections.
8.1Description
Keypad Bus
XR150/XR350/XR550 Series panel terminals 7, 8, 9, and 10 are for the keypad bus. You can connect up to sixteen
supervised keypads and multiple unsupervised keypads to the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series. In addition to DMP LCD
keypads, you can also connect any combination of zone expansion modules to the data bus up to 16 devices.
Note: Do not use shielded wire for LX-Bus/Keypad Bus circuits.
8.2
Terminal 7 - RED
This terminal supplies positive 12 Vdc Regulated to power DMP LCD keypads and zone expansion modules. Terminal 7
also supplies power for any auxiliary device. The ground reference for terminal 7 is terminal 10.
The output current is shared with the smoke power output on terminal 11 and Zones 9 and 10. Current draw for all
connected devices must not exceed the panel maximum current rating. See Power Supply in the Compliance section
for maximum current in a fire listed application.
8.3
Terminal 8 - YELLOW
Terminal 8 receives data from keypads and zone expansion modules. It cannot be used for any other purpose.
8.4
Terminal 9 - GREEN
Terminal 9 transmits data to keypads and zone expansion modules. It cannot be used for any other purpose.
8.5
Terminal 10 - BLACK
Terminal 10 is the ground reference for DMP LCD keypads, zone expansion modules, and all auxiliary devices being
powered by terminal 7.
8.6
J8 Programming Connection
A 4-pin header (J8) is provided to connect a keypad when using a DMP Model 330 Programming Cable. This provides a
quick and easy connection for panel programming.
You may also use the J8 Programming Header to connect Keypad Bus devices. This is an alternative to connecting
keypad bus devices to terminals 7, 8, 9, and 10.
8.7
Keypad Bus LEDs
The two LEDs, located above the J8 PROG connector, indicate data transmission and receipt. The left LED flashes
green to indicate the panel is transmitting keypad bus data. The right LED flashes yellow to indicate the panel is
receiving keypad bus data. See Figure 5.
8.8
OVC LED(s)
The Overcurrent LED (OVC) lights Red when the devices connected to the Keypad Bus and LX-Bus(es) draw more
current than the panel is rated for. The LED(s) turn a steady Red when lit. When the OVC LED(s) light Red, the
appropriate LX-Bus(es) and Keypad bus are shut down.
• The OVC LED located to the left of the 893A connector indicates overcurrent for the Keypad Bus (Terminals 7-10
and PROG header), XBUS, and LX500-LX700.
• The OVC LED to the right of the J24 Cell Module connector indicates overcurrent for LX800-LX900.
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Smoke and Glassbreak Detector Output
9.1
Terminals 11 and 12
Terminal 11 supplies positive 12 Vdc Regulated to power 4-wire smoke detectors and other powered devices. This
output can be turned off by the user for 5 seconds using the Sensor Reset User Menu option to allow latched devices
to reset. Terminal 12 is the ground reference for terminal 11.
9.2
Current Rating
The Output current from terminal 11 is shared with terminals 7, 25, 27, and LX500-LX900.
The total current draw of all devices powered from the panel must be included with terminal 11
calculations and must not exceed the maximum output rating.
Protection Zones
10.1 Terminals 13–24
Zones 1 to 8 (terminals 13 to 24) on the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series panel are all grounded burglary zones. For
programming purposes, the zone numbers are 1 through 8. Listed below are terminal 13 to 24 connection functions.
Terminal
Function
Terminal
Function
13
Zone 1 voltage sensing
19
Zone 5 voltage sensing
14
Ground for Zones 1 and 2
20
Ground for Zones 5 and 6
15
Zone 2 voltage sensing
21
Zone 6 voltage sensing
16
Zone 3 voltage sensing
22
Zone 7 voltage sensing
17
Ground for Zones 3 and 4
23
Ground for Zones 7 and 8
18
Zone 4 voltage sensing
24
Zone 8 voltage sensing
The voltage sensing terminal measures the voltage across a 1k Ohm End-of-Line
resistor to ground. Use DMP Model 311 1k Ohm resistors. Dry contact sensing
devices can be used in series (normally-closed) or in parallel (normally-open)
with any of the burglary protection zones.
Each protection zone detects three conditions: Open, Normal, and Short. Listed
below are voltage and resistance parameters for each condition:
Condition
Open
Normal
Short
Resistance on zone
over 1300 ohms
600 to 1300 ohms
under 600 ohms
Voltage on positive terminal
over 2.0 Vdc
1.2 to 2.0 Vdc
under 1.2 Vdc
1K Ohm
Normally
Closed
1K Ohm
Normally Open
1K Ohm
Combination Normally Open
and Normally Closed
Figure 7: Protection Zone Wiring
10.2 Dual EOL
The XR150/XR350/XR550 Series Canadian panel supports the use of dual 1K EOL resistors on panel
zones one to eight. Two EOL resistors are used so a wire trouble can be indicated during the
disarm period.
When dual end-of-line operation is chosen in panel programming, normal zone processing occurs
with the following exception: When processing an open zone and a trouble or alarm message is
NOT programmed to be sent for the open state, the panel checks to see if the wire is cut. If the
wire is cut, the panel automatically sends an alarm if armed or trouble is disarmed.
ZONE STATUS
Disarmed
Armed
Zone Wires Open
Trouble
Alarm
Zone Wires Short
Trouble
Alarm
Contact Normal
Normal
Normal
Contact Open
Normal
Alarm
Zone wires
to Panel
Zones 1-8
1K Ohm
1K Ohm
Indicating Device
10.3 Zone Response Time
A condition must be present on a zone for 500 milliseconds before it is detected by the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series
panel. Ensure detection devices used on the protec­tion zones are rated for use with this delay. Zones 1-10 can also
be programmed for a fast response delay of 160 milliseconds.
10.4 Keyswitch Arming Zone
A keyswitch on an Arming type zone allows selected areas to arm and disarm without having to enter a user code.
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Powered Zones for 2-Wire Smoke Detectors
11.1 Terminals 25–26 and 27–28
Panel terminals 25 through 28 provide two resettable Class B, Style A, 2-wire powered zones. For programming
purposes the zone numbers are 9 and 10.
Note: The maximum wire length for either zone 9 or zone 10 is 3000 feet using 18 AWG or 1000 feet using 22 AWG.
The maximum voltage is 13.8 Vdc and the maximum normal standby current is 1.25mA DC. The maximum line
impedance is 100 Ohms. The maximum short circuit current is 56mA.
Note: Do not mix detectors from different manufacturers on the same zone.
Caution: Performing a Sensor Reset momentarily drops power to the devices on Zones 9 and 10. The panel
views these zones (9 and 10) as “Open” while the power is absent.
Note: Refer to the Compliance Listing Guide (LT-1330 )for list of compatible DMP 2-wire smoke detectors.
Dry Contact Relay Outputs
12.1Description
The XR150/XR350/XR550 Series panel provides two programmable auxiliary SPDT relays when equipped with two
DMP Model 305 relays in sockets K6 (Output 1) and K7 (Output 2) and a Model 431 Output Harness on the J2 6-pin
Header. Each relay provides one SPDT set of contacts that can be operated by any of the functions listed below:
1) Activation by zone condition: Steady, Pulsing, Momentary, and Follow
2) Activation by 24-hour 7-day schedule: One on and one off time a day for each relay
3) Manual activation from the DMP LCD keypad menu
4) Communication failure
12) Ready
5) Armed area annunciation
13) Armed
6) Fire Alarm, Fire Trouble or Supervisory14) Disarmed
7) Ambush Alarm
15) Burglary
8) Exit and Entry timers
16) Phone Trouble
9) System Ready
17) Device Fail
10) Late to Close
18) Sensor Reset
11) Panic Alarm
19) Closing Wait
Refer to the XR150/XR350/XR550 Canadian Series Programming Guide (LT-1232CAN) for specific information.
12.2 Contact Rating
The Model 305 relay contacts are rated for 1 Amp at 30 Vdc (allows .35 power factor). You can connect auxiliary
power to the Relay Output 1 common terminal by installing the gray harness wire to terminal 7. Current draw for all
connected devices must not exceed the panel maximum current rating.
12.3 Model 431 Output Harness Wiring
The relay contacts are accessible by installing the DMP 431 Output Harness on the 6-pin header labeled J2. Output
2 uses the top three prongs, and Output 1 uses the bottom three prongs. The wire harness and contact locations are
shown below:
Contact
Color
Output 1 normally closed
Violet
Output 1 common
Gray
Output 1 normally open
Orange
Output 2 normally closed
Violet with white stripe
Output 2 common
White with gray stripe
Output 2 normally open
Orange with white stripe
The relay contacts must be connected to devices located within the same room as the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series
panel.
Annunciator Outputs
13.1Description
The four programmable annunciator outputs can be programmed to indicate the activity of the panel zones or
conditions occurring on the system. Annunciator outputs do not provide a voltage but instead switch-to-ground a
voltage from another source. The outputs can respond to any of the conditions listed in the Description section for
Dry Contact Relays. Maximum voltage is 30 Vdc @ 50mA.
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13.2 Model 300 Harness Wiring
Access the open collector outputs by installing DMP 300 Harness on the 4-pin header labeled J11. The output
locations are shown below. For listed applications, devices connected to the outputs must be located within the
same room as the panel.
Output
Color
Wire
Output
Color
Wire
3
Red
1
5
Green
3
4
Yellow
2
6
Black
4
13.3 Model 860 Relay Module
Connect a Model 860 Relay Module to the J11 header on the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series panel to provide relays for
outputs 3-6.
Use these relays for electrical isolation between the alarm panel and other systems or for switching voltage to
control various functions. Power is supplied to the relay coils from a single wire connected to the panel auxiliary
power terminal 7. The module includes one relay and provides three additional sockets for expansion of up to four
relays. Mount the 860 inside the panel enclosure using the 3-hole pattern and plastic standoffs. Refer to the 860
Module Install Sheet (LT-0484) as needed.
Relay Contact Rating: 1 Amp at 30 Vdc (allows .35 power factor)
Wireless Bus Expansion
14.1Description
The J13 Wireless Bus (XBUS) header provides connection for the 1100X or 1100XH Wireless Receiver. The XBUS
provides up to 500 wireless zones numbered 500-999. Refer to the 1100X Wireless Receiver Install Guide (LT-0708) or
the 1100XH Wireless Receiver Install Guide (LT-0970) for complete information.
• XR550 provides up to 500 zones
• XR350 provides up to 300 zones
• XR150 provides up to 100 zones
14.2 Wireless Bus LEDs
The two LEDs, located above the XBus header, indicate data transmission and receipt. The left LED flashes green to
indicate the panel is transmitting data. The right LED flashes yellow to indicate the panel is receiving data.
LX-Bus Expansion
15.1 LX-Bus Headers
There are five LX-Bus headers near the bottom of the
XR150/XR350/XR550 panels:
•
•
•
•
•
LX500
LX600
LX700
LX800
LX900
(J14), provides zones 500-599 (all panels).
(J9), provides zones 600-699 (XR350 and XR550 only).
(J15 ), provides zones 700-799 (XR350 and XR550 only).
(J17 ), provides zones 800-899 (XR550 only).
(J19 ), provides zones 900-999 (XR550 only).
15.2 LX-Bus LEDs
The two LEDs, located above each LX-Bus header, indicate data
Figure 9: LX-Bus Headers and LEDs
transmission and receipt. The left LED flashes green to indicate the
panel is transmitting LX-Bus data. The right LED flashes yellow to indicate the panel is receiving LX-Bus data.
15.3 OVC LEDs
The Overcurrent LED (OVC) lights Red when the devices connected to the Keypad Bus and LX-Bus(es) draw more
current than the panel is rated for. The LED(s) turn a steady Red when lit. When the OVC LED(s) light Red, the
appropriate LX-Bus(es) and Keypad bus are shut down.
• The OVC LED located to the left of the 893A connector indicates overcurrent for the Keypad Bus (Terminals 7-10
and PROG header), XBUS, and LX500-LX700.
• The OVC LED to the right of the J24 Cell Module connector indicates overcurrent for LX800-LX900.
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J1 Ethernet Connector (Panels with Network/Encryption only)
16.1Description
The J1 Ethernet Connector is available on the XR150/XR350/XR550 with network or encryption to connect directly to
an Ethernet network using a standard patch cable. The Ethernet Connector supports 100MB/s full duplex operation
and the maximum impedance is 100 Ohms.
Activity LED
The two LEDs, located on the top edge of the J1 Ethernet Connector, indicate
network connection. The right, Link LED lights up green to indicate a valid
receive connection from the host network. The yellow LED lights when
connected to a 100Mb network and is off when connected to a 10Mb network.
16.3 Network Transient Suppression
ETHERNET
16.2 Ethernet LEDs
Link LED
J1
Figure 10: J1 Ethernet and LEDs
The Model 270 Network Transient Suppression Module to provide transient surge protection for the J1 Ethernet
Connector. Refer to the Model 270 Installation Sheet (LT-1316) for complete information.
17.1Description
J3 Telephone RJ Connector
Connect the panel to the public telephone network by installing a DMP 356 RJ Cable between the panel J3 connector
and the RJ31X or RJ38X phone block. The maximum impedance is 100 Ohms. CAUTION - To reduce the risk of fire,
use only No. 26 AWG or larger telecommunication line cord, such as DMP Model 356 Series Phone Cords.
17.2 J10 893A or 277 Trouble Sounder Connector
Connect an 893A Dual Phone Line Module or Model 277CAN Trouble Sounder to J10 on the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series.
Refer to the 893A Installation Sheet (LT‑0135) or 277CAN Installation Sheet (LT-1304CAN) for complete information.
17.3 Notification
The user must not repair registered terminal equipment. In case of trouble, immediately unplug the device from the
telephone jack. The factory warranty provides for repairs. Registered terminal equipment may not be used on party
lines or in connection with coin telephones. No­tify the telephone company with the following information:
a. The particular line(s) where the service is connected
b. This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
c. The ringer equivalence number (REN) of 0.0
d. The device make, model, and serial number
17.4 Phone Line Monitor
The XR150/XR350/XR550 Series panel has a built-in telephone monitor that monitors the phone line voltage to verify
the connection to the central office. Figure 11 and the table below identify the phone block pin layout, wire
numbers, and colors.
Wire Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Wire Color
Gray
Orange
Black
Red
Green
Yellow
Blue
Brown
To Telephone
Line
Ring
Tip
5
4
6
3
7
2
1
8
Ring 1
To Premise
Phone
RJ31X or RJ38X
Phone Block
Tip 1
Figure 11: Phone Jack Wiring
The wires on the RJ31 that feed pins 4 and 5 should be the ONLY wires on the D-marc. All other house phone wiring
should be tied to pins 1 and 8 coming back from the RJ31.
Dial tone must come into RJ31X on pins 4 and 5 and go back to house phones from pins 1 and 8. Follow these steps
to determine if panel is seizing the line:
1. Unplug phone cord from RJ31X
2. Place butt-set on pins 4 and 5
3. Listen for dial tone. With dial tone present, lift either wire from pins 1 or 8
4. Listen for dial tone again. If the dial tone is present, RJ31X wiring is correct. If no dial tone is present, the
RJ31X wiring is backwards. Rewire so dial tone is coming IN on 4 and 5.
If you still have trouble with the phone line, you may need to replace the RJ cord. If the dial tone is still not
present, swap out the RJ31X phone block.
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Reset and Tamper Headers
18.1 J16 Reset Header
The reset header is located just above the terminal strip on the right side
of the circuit board and is used to reset the XR150/XR350/XR550 Series
microprocessor. To reset the panel when first installing the system, install the
reset jumper before applying power to the panel. After connecting the AC and
battery, remove the reset jumper.
To reset the panel while the system is operational, for example, prior to
reprogramming, install the reset jumper without powering down the system.
Remove the reset jumper after one or two seconds.
After resetting the panel, begin programming within 30 minutes. If you wait
longer than 30 minutes, you must reset the panel again.
Momentarily place the Reset
jumper over both of the J16
pins to reset the panel.
K
18.2 J4 Tamper Header
The J4 header is for use with the optional DMP 306 Tamper Harness. The
harness connects to one or more tamper switches mounted inside the panel
enclosure to supervise against unauthorized enclosure opening or removal.
Refer to the wiring diagram on the enclosure door for correct tamper switch
wiring.
How the Tamper Works
If the enclosure is opened or removed while one or more of the system areas
are armed, a panel tamper alarm is indicated. If all areas are disarmed, a
panel tamper trouble is indicated.
Figure 12: XR550 Series
Canadian Panel Showing the
Reset Jumper
Cellular Modules
19.1 J24 Header
The J24 header is located to the right of the J7 Expansion Module on the right side of the circuit board and is
used to connect the DMP Model 263HCAN HSPA+ Cellular Communicator. This provides a fully supervised alarm
communication path for the XR150/XR350/XR550 Canadian panel. Refer to the 263HCAN (LT-1270) Installation Sheet
for complete information.
19.2 Module Installation
1. Insert the PCB standoff end with flanges into the standoff hole in the panel PCB.
2. Align the PCB standoff with the standoff hole in the module PCB.
3. Press the module PCB card 12 pin connector onto the Cell Module (J24) connector on the panel while applying
even pressure to both sides of the board to fully seat the module. See Figure 13.
Note: If needed, the PCB can be removed from the enclosure to allow placement of the cell module.
19.3 Connecting the Antenna
1. Attach a 381 cable to the SMA connector on the cell module.
2. Position one of the supplied washers onto the other end of the 381 SMA connector and push the threaded end
through an enclosure knockout.
Antenna
3. Position the second washer onto the threaded end
Connector
extending through the knockout and secure the nut.
Nut
SMA
Connector
4. Attach the included 383 Antenna to the SMA connector.
See Figure 13.
Washers
Coax Cable from
Cellular Module
Note: As an alternative, an antenna coax can be connected
XR150/XR350/XR550
directly to the cell module SMA connector when the coax
SMA
Panel
Connector
enters the enclosure via conduit.
PCB
Standoff
Celular Module
Model 381-2
Coax Cable from
the 263 module
Figure 13: Cellular Module Installation
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Wiring Diagrams
20.1 LX-Bus™ Module Connection
LX-Bus Expansion
Each LX-Bus Module must
have its own independent
address ranging from 00 to
99. A Supervisory zone must
be programmed into the
panel to properly supervise
each module.
S
S
S
S
Red
S
S
S
S
S
LX-Bus™ Wiring
Yellow
Green
To additional
Black LX-Bus Modules
= Supervised Circuit
Relay 2
S
Optional LED wiring 50mA at
50 VDC resistive
Relay 3
S
S
Relay 1
Open Collector
Annunciator Outputs
S
Relay 4
Form C Contacts
Typical
Normally Closed
Common
Normally Open
Model 716 Output
Expander Module
13m at 12 VDC
Optional LED wiring 50mA at
50 VDC resistive
Model 717 Graphic
Annunciator
Module
10m at 12 VDC
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Wiring Diagrams
20.2 Model 860 Relay Module Connection
RED
YEL
GRN
BL K
Model 860
Relay Module
{
J2
Relay 2 {
Relay 3 {
Relay 4 {
1
2 Relay 1
3
4
4-wire
Harness
Assembly
J6
K
N/C
Common
N/O
+12 VDC
Programmable
Relay contact rating:
1 Amp @ 30 VDC, Resistive, Power Limited
20.3 Dual Zone Protection
4-Conductor
Jacketed Cable
Protected Area such
as a Vault Door
Contact
Magnet
Tamper
Zone 2
1k EOL
Zone 1
1k EOL
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Zone 2 Programming
Night Type Zone (NT)
Disarmed Open (DO)
Disarmed Short (DS)
Armed Open (AO)
Armed Short (AS)
T
T
A
A
Zone 1 Programming
Night Type Zone (NT)
Disarmed Open (DO)
—
Disarmed Short (DS)
T
Armed Open (AO)
A
Armed Short (AS)
A
Note: Zone Names must be same or equivalent
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Certifications
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LT-1233CAN © 2015 Digital Monitoring Products, Inc.
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Meets ANSI/SIA CP-01-2010 False Alarm
Reduction
This Class A digital apparatus complies with
Canadian ICES-003
ULC S545
Household Fire
ULC C1023 Household Burglar
ULC/ORD-C1076
Proprietary Burglar
ULC S304
Central Station Burglar
ULC S559
Fire Signal Receiving Centres and Systems
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