F220-B6PS/M - Bosch Security Systems

F220-B6PS/M - Bosch Security Systems
F220-B6PS/M
Installation Guide
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Addressable Detector
Bases
F220-B6PS/M | Installation Guide | 1.0 Overview
2.0 Mounting
1.0 Overview
These instructions cover the installation of the B6PS/M
Addressable Detector Bases in an addressable system.
The addressable system is controlled by a
D9412G/D7412G or later 12 V control panel with a
D8125 POPEX Module and 12 V or 24 V auxiliary
power or a D9124 24 V Fire Alarm Control Panel
(FACP).
The F220-B6PS works with either 12 or
24 V where the F220-B6PM only works
with 24 V (refer to Section 6.0
Specifications on page 7).
The B6PS/M, with its built-in POPIT, provides
individual addresses on the FACP data expansion
circuit. These bases accept the F220 Series
Photoelectric Smoke Detector and Heat Detector
Heads. When using the B6PS/M with the F220 Series
Detectors, these bases provide a Chamber Check
trouble indication to the control panel through the
POPIT Bus. The trouble indication appears at the
control stations as a Fire Trouble.
Install, test, and maintain the B6PS/M according to
these instructions, NFPA 72 standards, local codes, and
the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) in your area.
Failure to follow these instructions can
result in the detector not indicating an
alarm. Bosch is not responsible for
improperly installed, tested, or maintained
detectors.
1.
Select a mounting location according to the Smoke
Detector Technical Service Note (P/N: 31347).
2.
Run all system wiring to the base locations first.
3.
Mount the base using the two oblong mounting
holes.
4.
Tighten the base to the mounting surface.
5.
Connect the wiring to the base.
Depending on the local regulations, you can surface
mount the base using anchors, mollies, or wing nuts.
You can also mount the base on 4 in. (10 cm)
octagonal electrical boxes or single-gang switch boxes.
When using these bases as replacements
in a system controlled by control panels
other than those identified such as the
D8112, D7212B, or D7212B1, follow the
control panel’s address (point assignment)
setting instructions and set the base
address switch (0) to the ON position.
Ensure the volume of the electrical box you
use is adequate to accommodate the
number and size of conductors as specified
by the National Electrical Code (NEC) or
any local regulations having jurisdiction.
Chamber Check is a registered trademark of Bosch
Security Systems in the United States.
3.0 Wiring
Table 1: Bases and Wire Gauges
Number of
Bases in Circuit
Wire Gauge
22 AWG (0.8 mm)
20 AWG (1.0 mm)
18 AWG (1.1 mm)
16 AWG (1.3 mm)
1 to 70
70 to 80
81 to 90
91 to 100
101 to 110
111 to 120
1822 ft (597 m)
1594 ft (523 m)
1417 ft (434 m)
1275 ft (418 m)
1159 ft (380 m)
1063 ft (349 m)
2898 ft (950 m)
2536 ft (831 m)
2254 ft (739 m)
2028 ft (665 m)
1844 ft (605 m)
1690 ft (554 m)
4608 ft (1510 m)
4032 ft (1322 m)
3584 ft (1175 m)
3225 ft (1057 m)
2932 ft (961 m)
2688 ft (881 m)
7327 ft (2402 m)
6411 ft (2102 m)
5699 ft (1868 m)
5129 ft (1681 m)
4663 ft (1529 m)
4274 ft (1401 m)
3.1
Terminal Connections
Do not twist the wires or loop them around the
terminals. Cut, strip, and insert the in and out wires for
terminal connection as individual ends.
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F220-B6PS/M | Installation Guide | 3.0
Wiring
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Connect the power loop to the control
panel’s switched auxiliary power. When
using a separate supply, connect the
negative side to the control panel ground.
Figure 1:
Terminals
2
1
B2
B1
+
+
A1/A2
3.2
Wire Size
The B6PS/M can accept any solid wire size from
12 AWG (2.0 mm) to 24 AWG (0.6 mm). The
minimum wire size required by the bases is determined
by the maximum number of bases used and the
maximum distance from the FACP to the most remote
base. For 12 AWG (2.0 mm) and
14 AWG (1.6 mm) wire, use the specifications for
16 AWG (1.3 mm) wire. Refer to Figure 2 and
Figure 3 on page 4 for wiring multiple bases.
C
Use a at least 18 AWG (1.0 mm) wire for
Underwriters Laboratories. Inc. (UL) Listed
requirements.
Use the B6PM with the F220-B6 two-wire base for the
F220-P/PTH/PTHC/135/135F/190F Detectors (refer to
Figure 4 on page 4).
1 - B2 (+) and B1 (+) Terminals
2 - A1/A2 and C Terminals
Figure 2:
B6PS Base Wiring
1
1
1
(+)
2
A1/A2
A1/A2
C
C
A1/A2
C
(-)
(-)
3
(+)
1 - B6PS
2 - Switched Auxiliary Power 12 VDC or 24 VDC
3.2.1
Wiring the B6PM
3 - POPIT Bus
3.
Connect the 3 kΩ end-of-line (EOL) resistor Bosch
P/N: 15-03130-007 (F.01U.008.725) across the last
base, Terminals A1/A2, and B1. When not using
slave two-wire detectors with the B6PM, connect
the 3 kΩ EOL resistor across the B6PM Terminals
A1/A2 and B1.
4.
Wire Terminal C to use the dirty detector feature
with the slave two-wire bases. Do not enable the
clean-me feature on the F220s.
For the B6PM:
1.
Each base can supervise up to 19 additional twowire detectors.
2.
Wiring to the most distant slave detector cannot
exceed 500 ft (52 m) with a wire that is 18 AWG
(1.1 mm) or greater.
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F220-B6PS/M | Installation Guide | 3.0 Wiring
3.2.2
Wiring the B6PS/M
Figure 3:
B6PM Base Wiring
1 - B6PM
2 - Switched Auxiliary Power 24 VDC
Figure 4:
1234-
4
For the B6PS/M, connect the power loop to the control
panel’s switched auxiliary power. When using a
separate supply, connect the negative side to the
control panel negative or POPIT Bus.
3 - POPIT Bus
4 - EOL or connect F220-B6 Conventional Bases
B6PM Wiring with Multiple Bases
B6PM
F220-B6 Base
Switched Auxiliary Power 24 VDC
POPIT Bus
5 - Connect C Terminals together to indicate Dirty
Detector
6 - EOL on Last Base (B1 to A1/A2)
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F220-B6PS/M | Installation Guide |4.0 Base POPIT Addresses
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Figure 5:
4.0 Base POPIT Addresses
Each detector base has a specific address point that is
determined by setting the seven DIP switches on the
detector’s base. The base address number does not
depend on the base location in the circuit. When using
a D9412G/D7412G or later control panel or a D9124
FACP refer to Table 2 to set each base address. If
adding the base to an FACP version B1 or earlier, set
switch 0 to ON and leave all other switches off.
Address Switches
3
4
2
5
1
6
Figure 5 shows a magnified view of the address
switches.
123456-
Terminal 1 (POPIT Bus +)
Terminal 2 (POPIT Bus -)
Terminal 3 (not used)
Terminal 4 (not used)
Terminal 5 (- auxiliary DC supply)
DIP Switch
Table 2: Addresses
Switch
Switch
Switch
Point
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Point
0
1
5
6
Point
0
4
5
6
009







029





049






030




050




031



051



032



052



033




053



034




054



035



055




010





011







012




013






014




015





016



017







018




019





020



021





022



023




024


025







026




027




028




2
3
4


036



037



038




039


040



041

042



043


044





045




046




047



048





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

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




1
2
3


056


057




058





059



060




061






062



063


064



065



066



067


068








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F220-B6PS/M | Installation Guide | 5.0 PAM-4 Relay Module Wiring
Table 2: Addresses (Continued)
Switch
Point
0
069
070
071

072

1
2
Switch
3
4
5
6






073





074





075




076




077




078




079



080



081




082




083



084



085



086



087


088


 = ON
Point








0
1
2
Switch
3
4
5
6

089




090




091



092



093



094



095


096


097



098



099


100


101


102


103

104

Point







105




106




107



108





0
1
2
3
4
5
6

109



110



111


112


113



114



115


116


117


118


119

120






122



123


124




126





125
128


121
127



Reserved
Note: For Points 129 through 248, add 120 to Point Numbers 009 through128. For example, adding 120 to Point 009 is
Point 129 Address (switch setting).
5.0 PAM-4 Relay Module Wiring
Table 3: PAM-4 Relay Module Wiring
Wire Lead Color
Description
Contact Set
Red
Black
White
Blue
Green
Yellow
Purple
Orange
Positive
Negative
Alarm Sense
N/A
N/A
N/A
A
Normally Open
Common
Normally Open
Common
Normally Closed
A
B
B
B
Only use the PAM-4 Relay Module with 24 V systems. The operating voltage of the F220-B6PS,
when used with the PAM-4 Relay Module, is 18.9 VDC to 28 VDC.
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Figure 6:
PAM-4 Relay Module Wiring to B6PS/M
1 - B6PS/M
2 - Black wire (to Terminal 5)
3 - Red wire
4 - PAM-4
6.0 Specifications
Table 4: Specifications
Auxiliary Power Voltage Range
Idle Current
Alarm Current
Auxiliary Power Voltage Range
Idle Current
Alarm Current
B6PS with Head
B6PS with PAM-4 Relay Module and Head
9.6 VDC to 28 VDC
2.5 mA
35 mA
18.9 VDC to 28 VDC
18.5 mA
51 mA
B6PM with Head*
B6PM with PAM-4 Relay Module and Head*
18.9 VDC to 28 VDC
13 mA
39 mA
18.9 VDC to 28 VDC
29 mA
55 mA
* Current ratings are based on a B6PM with 19 slave detectors.
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