LT-2077SEC AUDMAX-MASTER Installation and

LT-2077SEC AUDMAX-MASTER Installation and
AUDMAX-MASTER
Emergency and Fire Alarm Audio System
Installation and Operation Manual
LT-2077SEC Rev 2
March 2016
Table of Contents
1.0
Introduction
1
1.1
The AUDMAX-MASTER Emergency and Fire Alarm Audio System .............................. 2
1.1.1
AUDMAX-MASTER Models and Components ............................................................... 2
1.1.2
Compatible Fire Alarm Control Panels ........................................................................... 3
1.1.3
Features ......................................................................................................................... 3
1.1.4
General Notes ................................................................................................................ 4
1.2
Contact Us ...................................................................................................................... 5
1.2.1
Customer Service ........................................................................................................... 5
1.2.2
Technical Support ........................................................................................................... 5
1.2.3
Website ........................................................................................................................... 5
2.0
AUDMAX-MASTER Overview
7
2.1
AUDMAX-MASTER Components ................................................................................... 8
2.2
AUDMAX-MASTER Accessories .................................................................................... 12
3.0
Installation
3.1
AUDMAX-MASTER Mechanical Installation Dimensions ............................................... 20
3.2
Installing the AUDMAX-MASTER Enclosure .................................................................. 22
3.2.1
Installation Tips ............................................................................................................... 22
3.2.2
Surface Mounting the AUDMAX-MASTER or AUDMAX-BP .......................................... 22
3.2.3
Flush Mounting the AUDMAX-MASTER or AUDMAX-BP .............................................. 28
3.2.4
Surface Mounting the MMX-BC-160 ............................................................................... 31
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3.2.5
Surface Mounting the AUDMAX-RM .............................................................................. 33
3.2.6
Surface Mounting the AUDMAX-LOCR .......................................................................... 35
3.2.7
Flush Mounting the AUDMAX-LOCR ............................................................................. 38
3.3
Main Board Connections ................................................................................................ 40
3.4
Operating Power ............................................................................................................. 41
3.4.1
AC Power ....................................................................................................................... 42
3.4.2
Battery Power ................................................................................................................. 43
3.5
Amplifier Module Connections ........................................................................................ 46
3.5.1
Installing Amplifier Module .............................................................................................. 47
3.6
Remote Microphone Connections .................................................................................. 48
3.7
Local Operating Console Connections ........................................................................... 49
4.0
Wiring
4.1
Wiring Tables .................................................................................................................. 52
4.1.1
Wiring Tables for Inputs .................................................................................................. 52
4.1.2
Wiring Tables for NAC Circuits ....................................................................................... 52
4.1.3
Wiring Tables for Speaker Circuits ................................................................................. 53
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4.2
Main Board Terminal Connections ................................................................................. 54
4.2.1
SLC Loop Wiring - Class B ........................................................................................... 54
4.2.2
SLC Loop Wiring - Class A ........................................................................................... 55
4.2.3
Synchronized Input from FACP Wiring - Class B ........................................................... 55
4.2.4
Synchronized Input from FACP Wiring- Class A ............................................................ 56
4.2.5
FACP Relay Activation - Single Stage ........................................................................... 56
4.2.6
FACP Relay Activation - Two Stage .............................................................................. 57
4.2.7
Synchronized Input from AUDMAX-MASTER Wiring - Class B ..................................... 57
4.2.8
Synchronized Input from AUDMAX-MASTER Single Stage Wiring - Class B ............... 58
4.2.9
Synchronized Input from AUDMAX-MASTER Two Stage Wiring - Class B ................... 59
4.2.10
Wiring for Alarm, AC Trouble, and Common Trouble Relays ........................................ 60
4.2.11
NAC Circuit Wiring - Class B .......................................................................................... 60
4.2.12
NAC Circuit Wiring - Class A .......................................................................................... 61
4.2.13
Inter-panel RS-485 Wiring .............................................................................................. 61
4.2.14
Remote Microphone Wiring ............................................................................................ 63
4.3
Amplifier Connections .................................................................................................... 64
4.3.1
Amplifier Installation ....................................................................................................... 66
4.4
Power Supply Connections ............................................................................................ 66
4.5
UL Power-limited Wiring Requirements ......................................................................... 68
5.0
Indicators & Controls
5.1
Indicators and Controls .................................................................................................. 70
5.2
Main Display LEDs and Controls ................................................................................... 70
5.3
Main Board LED Indicators ............................................................................................ 75
5.4
Amplifier Module LED Indicators .................................................................................... 78
5.5
Remote Microphone Indicators ...................................................................................... 79
5.6
Local Operating Console Indicators and Controls .......................................................... 83
6.0
Operation
6.1
Circuit Types .................................................................................................................. 86
6.2
Initiating Device Circuit ................................................................................................... 86
6.2.1
Relay Inputs ................................................................................................................... 86
6.2.2
Synch Inputs .................................................................................................................. 86
6.3
NAC (Output) Circuits Types .......................................................................................... 87
6.4
NAC Sync Modes ........................................................................................................... 87
6.4.1
Internal Sync Mode ........................................................................................................ 88
6.4.2
External Sync Mode ....................................................................................................... 88
6.4.3
Redundant Input ............................................................................................................. 88
6.5
NAC Evacuation Codes ................................................................................................. 89
6.5.1
Single stage codes ......................................................................................................... 89
6.5.2
Two-stage codes ............................................................................................................ 89
6.6
Audio Message Playback ............................................................................................... 90
6.7
Paging ............................................................................................................................ 91
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6.8
Audio Priorities ............................................................................................................... 92
7.0
Testing
7.1
Testing For AUDMAX-MASTER or AUDMAX-LOCR .................................................... 94
7.1.1
Visual Indicator Test ...................................................................................................... 94
7.1.2
Microphone Test ............................................................................................................ 94
7.1.3
Automatic Initiation ......................................................................................................... 94
7.1.4
Message Selection ......................................................................................................... 94
7.2
Testing For AUDMAX-RM .............................................................................................. 95
8.0
Sample Implementations
8.1
Sample Uses of the AUDMAX-MASTER system: .......................................................... 98
8.1.1
Stand Alone Use ............................................................................................................ 98
8.1.2
Conventional Fire Alarm ................................................................................................ 100
8.1.3
Addressable (or Intelligent) Fire Alarm Panel ................................................................ 102
9.0
Configuration
9.1
AUDMAX-MASTER Main or Booster Board Switch Locations ...................................... 106
9.1.1
Setting the DIP switch .................................................................................................... 107
9.2
DIP Switch Configuration ............................................................................................... 108
9.3
Remote Mic or LOC Switch Locations and Configuration .............................................. 108
10.0
System Checkout
10.1
System Checkout ........................................................................................................... 112
10.1.1
Before Turning The Power ON ...................................................................................... 112
10.1.2
Power-up Procedure ...................................................................................................... 112
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105
111
10.2
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................. 112
10.2.1
Troubleshooting using LEDs .......................................................................................... 113
10.2.2
Circuit Trouble ................................................................................................................ 114
10.2.3
Battery Trouble .............................................................................................................. 114
10.2.4
Trouble / Trouble Silence ............................................................................................... 114
10.2.5
Ground Faults ................................................................................................................ 114
11.0
Appendix A - Specifications And Features
115
12.0
Appendix B - Power Supply & Battery Calculations
117
13.0
Appendix C - ULI Compatible Devices
119
13.1
Synchronized Strobes .................................................................................................... 119
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14.0
Appendix D: ULC Compatible Speakers
121
15.0
Appendix E - UL Compatible Speakers with Secutron
QAD-30 AUDMAX Amplifier and Temporal 520Hz
Square Wave Low Frequency Signal
123
15.1
Secutron Amplifier .......................................................................................................... 123
15.2
Secutron Temporal 520Hz Square Wave Low Frequency Signal .................................. 123
15.3
System Sensor Speakers ............................................................................................... 124
15.4
Gentex Speakers ........................................................................................................... 126
15.5
Wheelock Speakers ....................................................................................................... 127
16.0
Appendix F: Digital Voice Messages
129
17.0
Warranty & Warning Information
131
17.1
Warning Please Read Carefully ..................................................................................... 131
17.2
Note to Installers ............................................................................................................ 131
17.3
System Failures ............................................................................................................. 131
17.3.1
Inadequate Installation ................................................................................................... 131
17.3.2
Power Failure ................................................................................................................. 131
17.3.3
Failure of Replaceable Batteries .................................................................................... 131
17.3.4
Compromise of Radio Frequency (Wireless) Devices ................................................... 131
17.3.5
System Users ................................................................................................................. 131
17.3.6
Automatic Alarm Initiating Devices ................................................................................. 132
17.3.7
Software ......................................................................................................................... 132
17.3.8
Alarm Notification Appliances ........................................................................................ 132
17.3.9
Telephone Lines ............................................................................................................. 132
17.3.10
Insufficient Time ............................................................................................................. 132
17.3.11
Component Failure ......................................................................................................... 132
17.3.12
Inadequate Testing ........................................................................................................ 133
17.3.13
Security and Insurance .................................................................................................. 133
17.4
Limited Warranty ............................................................................................................ 133
17.4.1
International Warranty .................................................................................................... 133
17.4.2
Conditions to Void Warranty .......................................................................................... 133
17.5
Warranty Procedure ....................................................................................................... 134
17.6
Disclaimer of Warranties ................................................................................................ 134
17.7
Out of Warranty Repairs ................................................................................................ 134
List of Figures
Figure 1
AUDMAX-MASTER Backbox Installation Dimensions ................................................... 21
Figure 2
Hexnut removal ............................................................................................................... 23
Figure 3
Anchor hole marking ....................................................................................................... 24
Figure 4
Mounting Screw positions ............................................................................................... 25
Figure 5
Conduits Knockouts ........................................................................................................ 26
Figure 6
Backplate removal .......................................................................................................... 28
Figure 7
AUDMAX-MASTER flush mount ..................................................................................... 29
Figure 8
Flush mount conduit ....................................................................................................... 30
Figure 9
MMX-BC-160 Cabinet ..................................................................................................... 31
Figure 10 MMX-BC-160 Conduit ..................................................................................................... 32
Figure 11 Hexnut removal ............................................................................................................... 33
Figure 12 AUDMAX-RM mounting holes and knockouts ................................................................ 34
Figure 13 Screw removal ................................................................................................................ 35
Figure 14 AUDMAX-LOCR mounting holes .................................................................................... 36
Figure 15 AUDMAX-LOCR knockouts and board anchors ............................................................. 37
Figure 16 AUDMAX-LOCR Knockout and board anchors detail ..................................................... 38
Figure 17 AUDMAX-LOCR mounting holes .................................................................................... 39
Figure 18 AUDMAX-MASTER Main Board terminals and Jumpers ............................................... 40
Figure 19 AC power wiring .............................................................................................................. 42
Figure 20 AUDMAX-MASTER or AUDMAX-BP battery wiring ....................................................... 43
Figure 21 MMX-BC-160 and AUDMAX-MASTER full wiring setup ................................................. 44
Figure 22 MMX-BC-160 Internal Wiring .......................................................................................... 45
Figure 23 QAD-30 30W amplifier module connections ................................................................... 46
Figure 24 Installing Amplifier Module .............................................................................................. 48
Figure 25 AUDMAX-RM terminals and jumper locations ................................................................ 49
Figure 26 Exploded View of AUDMAX-LOCR ................................................................................ 50
Figure 27 Main Board Terminal Blocks ........................................................................................... 54
Figure 28 SLC Loop Wiring - Class B ............................................................................................. 54
Figure 29 SLC Loop Wiring - Class A ............................................................................................. 55
Figure 30 Synchronized Input from FACP Wiring - Class B ........................................................... 55
Figure 31 Synchronized Input from FACP Wiring - Class A ........................................................... 56
Figure 32 FACP Relay Activation - Single Stage ............................................................................ 56
Figure 33 FACP Relay Activation - Two Stage ............................................................................... 57
Figure 34 Synchronized Input from AUDMAX-MASTER Wiring - Class B Single Slave ................ 57
Figure 35 Synchronized Input from AUDMAX-MASTER Wiring - Class B Multiple Slaves ............ 58
Figure 36 Synchronized Input from AUDMAX-MASTER Wiring - Class B Multiple Slaves ............ 59
Figure 37 Relay wiring for Alarm, AC Trouble, and Common Trouble ............................................ 60
Figure 38 NAC Circuit Wiring - Class B .......................................................................................... 60
Figure 39 NAC Circuit Wiring - Class A .......................................................................................... 61
Figure 40 DCLC, Style 7 Wiring the AUDMAX-MASTER to multiple AUDMAX-BP panels ............ 61
Figure 41 DCLA, Style 4 Wiring the AUDMAX-MASTER to multiple AUDMAX-BP panels ............ 62
Figure 42 Wiring the AUDMAX-MASTER to multiple AUDMAX-RM remote microphones ............. 63
Figure 43 Class A and Class B wiring examples ............................................................................ 65
Figure 44 Amplifier Connectors and DIP Switch ............................................................................. 66
Figure 45 Power Supply Connections ............................................................................................. 67
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Figure 46 UL Power-limited Circuits ............................................................................................... 68
Figure 47 The AUDMAX-MASTER main display panel .................................................................. 70
Figure 48 Locations of the AUDMAX-MASTER main board LEDs and Buzzer ............................. 76
Figure 49 Locations of the QAD-30 amplifier module LEDs ........................................................... 78
Figure 50 The AUDMAX-RM display panel LEDs .......................................................................... 79
Figure 51 AUDMAX-RM LEDs ....................................................................................................... 82
Figure 52 LOC - Local Operating Console ..................................................................................... 83
Figure 53 Evacuation Codes .......................................................................................................... 89
Figure 54 Public Annunciation System for Multi-Floor Building ...................................................... 99
Figure 55 Public Annunciating System for a Single Floor Multi-Use Building ................................ 100
Figure 56 Conventional Fire Alarm ................................................................................................. 101
Figure 57 Fire Alarm Panel linked via SLC to Master Panel .......................................................... 103
Figure 58 Fire Alarm Control Panel with distributed AUDMAX-MASTER system .......................... 104
Figure 59 AUDMAX-MASTER DIP Switch location ........................................................................ 106
Figure 60 DIP switch positions ....................................................................................................... 107
Figure 61 AUDMAX-RM and AUDMAX-LOCR board .................................................................... 108
Figure 62 AUDMAX-RM and AUDMAX-LOCR Rotary Switch close up ......................................... 109
Figure 63 AUDMAX-MASTER Board LEDs ................................................................................... 113
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List of Tables
Table 1
Table 2
Table 3
Table 4
Table 5
Table 6
Table 7
Table 8
Table 9
Table 10
Table 11
Table 12
Table 13
Table 14
Table 15
Table 16
Table 17
Table 18
Table 19
Table 20
AUDMAX-MASTER Models, Components, and Accessories ........................................
Compatible Fire Alarm Control Panels ...........................................................................
AUDMAX-MASTER Components ..................................................................................
AUDMAX-MASTER Accessories ...................................................................................
AUDMAX-MASTER Main Board terminals and Jumpers ...............................................
QAD-30 amplifier module terminals ...............................................................................
QAD-30 DIP Switch Settings .........................................................................................
AUDMAX-MASTER-RM terminals and jumper ..............................................................
Wiring Table for Input Circuits (Relay Inputs and Synch Inputs) ...................................
Wiring Table for NAC Circuits ........................................................................................
Wiring Table for 70V Speakers ......................................................................................
Wiring Table for 25V Speakers ......................................................................................
Power Supply Electrical Ratings ....................................................................................
Descriptions of AUDMAX-MASTER main board LEDs ..................................................
Descriptions of QAD-30 amplifier module LEDs ............................................................
AUDMAX-RM Board LED ..............................................................................................
Panel Address DIP Switch Bits ......................................................................................
AUDMAX-MASTER and AUDMAX-BP Specifications and Features .............................
ULI Compatible Synchronized Strobes ..........................................................................
Table of ULC Compatible Speakers ..............................................................................
2
3
8
12
40
46
47
49
52
52
53
53
66
76
79
82
107
115
119
121
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Introduction
1.0 Introduction
This document provides information for the successful installation, operation
and configuration of the AUDMAX-MASTER and the AUDMAX-BP. Unless
specifically mentioned, AUDMAX-MASTER can hereafter be used to refer to
either the AUDMAX-MASTER or the AUDMAX-BP.
This chapter explains
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The AUDMAX-MASTER Emergency and Fire Alarm Audio
System
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Contact Us
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Introduction
1.1 The AUDMAX-MASTER Emergency and Fire Alarm Audio
System
The AUDMAX-MASTER operates either as a mass notification audio system or as part of a
fire alarm system. Conventional fire alarm systems control the AUDMAX-MASTER with relays.
Any of the Mircom/Secutron panels listed in Table 2 can control the AUDMAX-MASTER.
Mircom’s AUDMAX-MASTER is an emergency and fire alarm audio system designed to
provide notification for small to medium applications. The AUDMAX-MASTER supplies 30W
for audio output and 5A for NAC. The optional QAD-30 increases audio output to 60W.
Optional AUDMAX-BP Booster Panels provide support for a distributed system. These
Booster Panels have the same output as the AUDMAX-MASTER but do not have
microphones or user interface panels. Up to five Booster Panels can be connected to a
AUDMAX-MASTER.
For a list of AUDMAX-MASTER models, components, and accessories, see Table 1.
1.1.1 AUDMAX-MASTER Models and Components
Table 1 AUDMAX-MASTER Models, Components, and Accessories
Model
Description
AUDMAXMASTER
AUDMAX-MASTER Audio System Master Panel with main display,
blank plate, microphone, backbox, and front door
AUDMAX-BP
AUDMAX-MASTER Audio System Booster Panel with deadfront
and backbox
AUDMAX-RM
Remote Microphone for the AUDMAX-MASTER Audio System
Note: Not for use in Canada
AUDMAX-LOCR
Local Operating Console for AUDMAX-MASTER with main display,
blank plate, microphone, deadfront, backbox, and front door
Note: Not for use in Canada
QAD-30
30W Amplifier Module
QAZT-5302DS
24 zone controller
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Note:
For more accessories, see 2.1 AUDMAX-MASTER Components on page 8.
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1.1.2 Compatible Fire Alarm Control Panels
Table 2 Compatible Fire Alarm Control Panels
Manufacturer
Fire Alarm Control Panel Series
Mircom
FX-3500 Series
FX-2000 Series
FleX-Net Series
FX-350 Series (using dry contacts)
FR-320 Series (using dry contacts)
FA-1000 Series (using dry contacts)
FA-300 Series (using dry contacts)
Secutron
MMX Series
MR-2100 / MR-2200 Series
MR-2300 Series
MR-2350 Series
MR-2602 Series
MR-2605 Series
MR-2900 Series
MR-3500 Series
1.1.3 Features
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Up to 60W audio output (2 X 30W amplifiers) per cabinet
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2 X 2.5A regulated 24V DC output for horns and strobes (NAC)
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Capable of Class A or Class B wiring for speakers and NACs
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Field selectable 25V or 70.7V audio output
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Support for up to 4 Class A audio circuits (system expandable to a total of 28, including
up to 5 boosters total.)
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Includes standard digital messages for Fire, Emergency, Evacuation, and All Clear
•
Select from 8 digital messages at the panel (Factory preprogrammed and Operator
reprogrammable)
•
Advanced configuration settings and custom message upload using the AUDMAXMASTER Software configurator
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Stores up to 12 minutes of audio messages in total
•
Master microphone input with Push-To-Talk (PTT)
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Supports a combination of up to 6 remote microphones and Local Operating Consoles
(LOC)
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Use as a stand alone audio system or as part of a fire alarm system
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Two inputs for activation by conventional fire alarm systems using relays
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Two synch inputs for synchronization and activation
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Signaling Line Circuit (SLC) input for activation and communication with Mircom/
Secutron Fire Alarm Control Panels (FX-3500, FX-2000, FleX-Net, MR-2100, MR-2200,
MR-2900, and MR-3500 series)
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Relay input for activation and communication with Mircom/Secutron Fire Alarm Control
Panels (FX-350, FR-320, FA-1000, and FA-300)
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Battery backup (up to 18AH in cabinet and up to 75AH with a separate battery cabinet)
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Dedicated Trouble, AC Fail, and Alarm relay outputs
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Audio system supports up to 6 panels in total (one Master Panel with 5 Booster Panels)
•
Up to 28 zones (with a QAZT-5302DS controller)
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Auxiliary 24V supply (up to 0.2 Amp)
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UL 1711, UL 864, and ULC S527
1.1.4 General Notes
Circuits And Zones
Circuits refers to an actual electrical interface, Input (Detection), or NAC (Notification
Appliance Circuit) which connect audible and visible notification appliances to the fire alarm
system control unit (Signal) or Relay. Zones refer to defined geographic areas (i.e. one or
more: floors, wings, or buildings) that may contain detectors, NACs, or release devices
Wiring Styles
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NAC Circuits may be individually wired as Class A (Style Z) or Class B (Style Y) without
affecting the number of circuits available.
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Signal Line Circuit Class A (Style 6, 7) and Class B (Style or 4).
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Synch Inputs are Class A (Style D) and Class B (Style B) Initiating Device Circuits.
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1.2
Contact Us
For Customer Service and Technical Support, contact us from Monday to Friday 8:00 A.M. to
5:00 P.M. Eastern Standard Time.
1.2.1 Customer Service
Toll Free
1-888-695-3545 (North America Only)
Local
905-695-3545
Toll Free Fax
1-888-660-4113 (North America Only)
Local Fax
905-660-4113
Email
mail@secutron.com
1.2.2 Technical Support
Toll Free
1-905-695-3545
International
1-888-695-3545
Email
mail@secutron.com
1.2.3 Website
www.secutron.com
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2.0 AUDMAX-MASTER Overview
This chapter lists the components of the AUDMAX-MASTER.
This chapter explains
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AUDMAX-MASTER Components
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AUDMAX-MASTER Accessories
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2.1
AUDMAX-MASTER Components
The following table describes the components of the AUDMAX-MASTER.
Table 3 AUDMAX-MASTER Components
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Model
Description
AUDMAX-MASTER
Master Panel with microphone,
main display, main board, 1
X 30W amplifier, panel door,
blank plate, backbox, red front
door, and transformer. A second
30W amplifier can be added.
AUDMAX-MASTER-W
Master Panel with microphone,
main display, main board, 1
X 30W amplifier, panel door,
blank plate, backbox, white front
door, and transformer. A second
30W amplifier can be added.
Table 3 AUDMAX-MASTER Components
BAT-12V
Model
Description
AUDMAX-BP
Booster Panel with main board,
1 X 30W amplifier, backbox,
deadfront, red front door, and
transformer. A second 30W
amplifier can be added.
AUDMAX-BP-W
Booster Panel with main board,
1 X 30W amplifier, backbox,
deadfront, white front door, and
transformer. A second 30W
amplifier can be added.
BAT-12V12A
BAT-12V18A
BAT-12V26A
BAT-12V33A
BAT-12V42A
BAT-12V55A
BAT-12V65A
BAT-12V75A
12 VOLT Batteries (12AH to
75AH)
The AUDMAX-MASTER and
AUDMAX-BP cabinets can
accommodate up to two 18AH
batteries.
Larger batteries require a
separate battery cabinet MMXBC-160 (up to 75 AH).
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Table 3 AUDMAX-MASTER Components
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Model
Description
MMX-BC-160
Battery cabinet with white front
door for 26AH and larger
batteries.
MMX-BC-160R
Battery cabinet with a red front
door for 26AH and larger
batteries.
AUDMAX-RM
Remote Microphone with
backbox, red front door, cover
plate, microphone, and remote
microphone PCB.
AUDMAX-RM-W
Remote Microphone with
backbox, white front door, cover
plate, microphone, and remote
microphone PCB.
Table 3 AUDMAX-MASTER Components
Model
Description
AUDMAX-LOC-W
Local Operating Console with
main display, blank plate,
microphone, remote microphone
PCB, panel door, backbox, and
white front door.
AUDMAX-LOCR
Local Operating Console with
main display, blank plate,
microphone, remote microphone
PCB, panel door, backbox, and
red front door.
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2.2
AUDMAX-MASTER Accessories
The following table describes the components of the AUDMAX-MASTER.
Table 4 AUDMAX-MASTER Accessories
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Model
Description
UB-1024DS
Universal Backbox.
DOX-1024DS
AUDMAX-MASTER White front
door.
Table 4 AUDMAX-MASTER Accessories
Model
Description
DOX-1024DSR
AUDMAX-MASTER Red front
door.
MR-DOX-1024BPR
AUDMAX-BP Red front door.
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Table 4 AUDMAX-MASTER Accessories
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Model
Description
MR-DOX-1024BP
AUDMAX-BP White front door.
QBB-LOC
AUDMAX-LOCR Backbox.
Table 4 AUDMAX-MASTER Accessories
Model
Description
DOX- AUDMAX-LOCR
AUDMAX-LOCR Red front door.
DOX-AUDMAX-LOC
AUDMAX-LOCR White front
door.
AUDMAX-MASTER-KIT
AUDMAX-MASTER main board,
main display, 1 X 30W amplifier,
panel door, blank plate, and
transformer on back plate. A
second 30W amplifier can be
added.
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Table 4 AUDMAX-MASTER Accessories
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Model
Description
AUDMAX-RMMIC
Remote microphone PCB, and
cover plate,
MR-BB-1001XTR
AUDMAX-RM backbox and red
front door
MR-BB-1001XTW
AUDMAX-RM backbox and red
front door
Table 4 AUDMAX-MASTER Accessories
Model
Description
AUDMAX-LOCMAIN
Main display, blank plate,
microphone, remote microphone
PCB, and panel door
AUDMAX-BPMAIN
Main board, 1 X 30W amplifier,
back plate, and transformer.
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Table 4 AUDMAX-MASTER Accessories
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ZONE
#1
ZONE
#5
ZONE
#9
ZONE
#13
ZONE
#17
ZONE
#21
ZONE
#2
ZONE
#6
ZONE
#10
ZONE
#14
ZONE
#18
ZONE
#22
ZONE
#3
ZONE
#7
ZONE
#11
ZONE
#15
ZONE
#19
ZONE
#23
ZONE
#4
ZONE
#8
ZONE
#12
ZONE
#16
ZONE
#20
ZONE
#24
Model
Description
QAD-30
30 Watt amplifier module
QAZT-5302DS
24 Zone Controller
MP-300/22K EOL
Mounting plate and 22K resistor.
MP-300/3.9K EOL
Mounting plate and 3.9K resistor.
3.0 Installation
This chapter describes the installation of the AUDMAX-MASTER.
This chapter explains
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AUDMAX-MASTER Mechanical Installation Dimensions
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Installing the AUDMAX-MASTER Enclosure
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Main Board Connections
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Operating Power
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Amplifier Module Connections
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Remote Microphone Connections
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Local Operating Console Connections
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3.1
AUDMAX-MASTER Mechanical Installation Dimensions
The AUDMAX-MASTER comes with a BBX-1024DS or BBX-1024DSR enclosure. Both
backboxes are suitable for flush or surface mounting and have a built-in trim ring.
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!
Caution:
Excessive Force
Improper installation or excessive force will damage the motherboard and
modules being installed or removed.
Caution:
Static Sensitive Components
Ensure AC and Battery power is disconnected before installing or removing
any boards, modules, or cables.
AUDMAX-MASTER circuit boards contain static-sensitive components.
Operator should always be grounded with a proper wrist strap before
handling any boards to remove any static charges from the body. Use static
suppressive packaging to protect electronic assemblies.
Installer/operators should use proper conduit and wire isolation to keep
Power-Limited and other wiring at least 1/4 inches apart.
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14.50
14
12.00
.50
0
23.90
26.00
26.00
4.2
Top View
Side View
2.1 "
1.3 "
1.3 "
1.7 "
6.0 "
2.0 "
9.5 "
Figure 1
AUDMAX-MASTER Backbox Installation Dimensions
Dimensions of Enclosure (minus built in trim ring)
14.5” x 4.2” x 26”
Distance between horizontal mounting screws
12”
Distance between vertical mounting screws
23.5”
Complete Dimensions of Enclosure
16.3” x 5.5” x 27.5”
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3.2
Installing the AUDMAX-MASTER Enclosure
The AUDMAX-MASTER can be surface or flush mounted with four screws.
Tools needed:
•
Hexnut driver
•
Precision or Jeweller’s screwdriver set
•
Philips screwdriver
•
Wire cutter
•
Wire stripper
3.2.1 Installation Tips
!
•
Perform visual inspection of circuit board and parts for obvious issues
•
Group the incoming wires through the top of the enclosure. Use a wire tie to group wires
for easy identification and neatness.
•
Be sure to connect a solid Earth Ground (from building system ground / to a cold water
pipe) to the Chassis Earth Ground Mounting Lug, and to connect the Earth Ground Wire
Lugs from the main chassis to the ground screw on the backbox.
Attention: DO NOT install cable through bottom of the box. This space is reserved
for the internal Batteries.
3.2.2 Surface Mounting the AUDMAX-MASTER or AUDMAX-BP
To Surface Mount the Enclosure
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Note:
If installing AUDMAX-BP, proceed to step 2.
1. Open the AUDMAX-MASTER and then remove the following cables from the AUDMAXMASTER main board:
•
Disconnect the ribbon cable of the main display from terminal P12.
•
Disconnect the microphone cable from terminals TS15 and TS18.
2. Unscrew the eight hex nuts that are securing the backplate to the backbox and then
remove the back plate from the enclosure. Secure Hexnut for future use.
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Backbox
Hexnuts
AUDMAX Board
Backplate
Hexnuts
Figure 2
Hexnut removal
3. Unscrew the wingnuts securing the ground straps to the doors and then remove the
doors from the chassis. Secure Hexnut for future use.
4. Mark the location of the top two mounting holes on the wall. Mark the locations of the
holes 12” apart.
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Mark the top mounting holes
23.90
12.00 Inches
Figure 3
Anchor hole marking
5. Fasten two screws halfway into the wall in the positions marked in step 4, using a
suitable screw size.
6. Hang the box onto the two screws.
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7. Screw the other two screws at the bottom of the panel.Tighten all four screws into place.
Mount
screws at
these
points
and then
tighten.
Figure 4
Mounting Screw positions
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8. Remove necessary knockouts and attach conduit. Keep the lower left knockout for the
dedicated AC power in.
Knockouts
Knockouts
Dedicated
AC Power
Knockout
and
Conduit
Figure 5
Conduits Knockouts
9. Attach the doors to the chassis and then secure the ground straps to the doors using the
wingnuts removed in step 3.
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10. Place the backplate on the eight mounting bolts and then secure the backplate to the
backbox using the hex nuts removed in step 2.
11. Connect the ribbon cable from the main display to terminal P12 on the main board.
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Note:
Note: If installing AUDMAX-BP, the backbox installation is complete.
12. Connect the microphone cable to terminal TS15 and TS18 on the main board.
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3.2.3 Flush Mounting the AUDMAX-MASTER or AUDMAX-BP
To Flush Mount the Enclosure
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Note:
If installing AUDMAX-BP, proceed to step 2.
1. Open the AUDMAX-MASTER and then remove the following cables from the AUDMAXMASTER main board:
•
Disconnect the ribbon cable from terminal P12.
•
Disconnect the microphone cable from terminal TS15 and TS18.
2. Unscrew the eight hex nuts that are securing the backplate to the backbox and then
remove the back plate from the enclosure. Secure Hexnut for future use.
Backbox
Hexnuts
AUDMAX Board
Backplate
Hexnuts
Figure 6
Backplate removal
3. Unscrew the wingnuts securing the ground straps to the doors and then remove the
doors from the chassis. Secure wingnuts for future use.
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4. Find a suitable mounting location for the AUDMAX-MASTER or AUDMAX-BP (next to a
wall stud or supporting structure) and then mark an opening on the wall that matches the
dimensions of the AUDMAX-MASTER backbox.
Top View
AUDMAX-MASTER
Backbox Flush mount
Footprint
Side View
Wall
Wood
or Metal Stud
13"
Conduit
Knockout
Conduit
Knockout
Conduit
Knockout
Screw
Knockouts
15.25”
Conduit
Knockout
25"
Conduit
Knockout
Front
Back
Front
Figure 7
Screw
Knockouts
Back
AUDMAX-MASTER flush mount
5. Cut an opening 0.1” larger than the opening marked in step 4, ensuring that one side is
aligned with the wall stud or supporting structure.
6. Mount the backbox into the wall using two screw knockouts.
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7. Remove necessary knockouts and attach conduit. Reserve knockout on the lower left
side for the dedicated AC Power conduit
Knockouts
Knockouts
Dedicated
AC Power
Knockout
and
Conduit
Figure 8
Flush mount conduit
8. Attach the doors to the chassis and then secure the ground straps to the doors using the
wingnuts removed in step 3.
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9. Place the backplate on the six mounting bolts and then secure the backplate to the
backbox using the hex nuts removed in step 2.
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Note:
If installing AUDMAX-BP, the backbox installation is complete.
10. Connect the ribbon cable from the main display to terminal P12 on the main board.
11. Connect the microphone cable to terminal TS15 and TS18 on the main board.
3.2.4 Surface Mounting the MMX-BC-160
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Note:
MMX-BC-160 must be located within the same room as the AUDMAX-MASTER
that it services.
To Flush Mount the Enclosure
1. Find a suitable mounting location for the MMX-BC-160 that is next to a wall stud or
supporting structure, and a minimum of 6” below the panel requiring external battery
power.
Figure 9
MMX-BC-160 Cabinet
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2. Align the MMX-BC-160 Cabinet's and Control Panel's knock-outs.
3. Mark an opening on the wall that matches each of the six anchoring holes and overall
dimensions of the MMX-BC-160 backbox. Ensuring that one side is aligned with the wall
stud, supporting structure, or secure mounting surface.
4. Remove necessary knockouts and attach conduit.
Screw Holes
8.0”
8.0”
Knockouts
Knockouts
10.5”
Screw Holes
8.0”
8.0”
Figure 10 MMX-BC-160 Conduit
5. Mount the backbox into the wall using six mounting bolts.
6. Connect the MMX-BC-160 Cabinet to the Control Panel cabinet with conduit between
the adjacent knock-outs.
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3.2.5 Surface Mounting the AUDMAX-RM
To Surface Mount the Enclosure
1. Open the AUDMAX-RM.
2. Unscrew the two hex nuts that are securing the CH-1124A PCB bracket to the backbox
and then remove the bracket from the enclosure. Secure Hexnut for future use.
Backbox
CH-1124A PCB
Hexnuts
Figure 11 Hexnut removal
3. Unscrew the wingnuts securing the ground straps to the doors and then remove the door
from the chassis. Secure wingnuts for future use.
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4. Mark the location of the top two mounting holes 9.95” apart on the wall.
Screw Holes
9.95”
Conduit
Knockout
7.5”
Screw Holes
Figure 12 AUDMAX-RM mounting holes and knockouts
5. Fasten two screws halfway into the wall in the positions marked in step 4, using a
suitable screw size.
6. Hang the box onto the two screws.
7. Screw the other two screws at the bottom of the panel.
8. Tighten all four screws into place.
9. Attach the door to the chassis and then secure the ground straps to the doors using the
wingnuts removed in step 3.
10. Secure the CH-1124A PCB bracket to the backbox using the screws removed in step 2.
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3.2.6 Surface Mounting the AUDMAX-LOCR
To Surface Mount the Enclosure
1. Open the AUDMAX-LOCR and then remove the following cables from the AUDMAXLOCR main board:
•
Disconnect the ribbon cable from terminal P1.
•
Disconnect the microphone cable from terminal TS6.
2. Unscrew the four screws that secure the CH-1139A PCB bracket to the backbox and
then remove the bracket from the enclosure. Secure screws for future use.
Backbox
CH-1139A PCB
Screws
Screws
Figure 13 Screw removal
3. Remove wingnuts to the door ground straps and then remove the doors from the
chassis. Secure wingnuts for future use.
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4. Mark the location of the top two mounting holes 8.5” apart on the wall.
8.5”
Mount screws at
these points and
then tighten.
20.25”
Knockouts
Mount screws at
these points and
then tighten.
Figure 14 AUDMAX-LOCR mounting holes
5. Fasten two screws halfway into the wall in the positions marked in step 4, using a
suitable screw size.
6. Hang the box onto the two screws.
7. Screw the other two screws at the bottom of the panel.
8. Tighten all four screws into place.
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9. Remove all necessary knockouts.
Ground Wire Anchor
Board
Anchors
Knockouts
Figure 15 AUDMAX-LOCR knockouts and board anchors
10. Attach the doors to the chassis and then secure the ground straps to the doors using the
wingnuts removed in step 3.
11. Secure the CH-1139A PCB bracket to the backbox using the screws removed in step 2.
12. Connect the ribbon cable from the main display to terminal P1 on the main board.
13. Connect the microphone cable to terminal TS6 on the main board.
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3.2.7 Flush Mounting the AUDMAX-LOCR
To Flush Mount the Enclosure
1. Open the AUDMAX-LOCR.
2. Unscrew the four screws that secure the CH-1139A PCB bracket to the backbox.
Board Anchors
Ground Wire
Anchor
Knockouts
Knockouts
Figure 16 AUDMAX-LOCR Knockout and board anchors detail
3. Remove wingnuts to the door ground straps and then remove the doors from the
chassis. Secure wingnuts for future use.
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4. Find a suitable mounting location for the AUDMAX-LOCR next to a wall stud or
supporting structure, and then mark an opening on the wall that matches the dimensions
of the AUDMAX-LOCR backbox.
Side View
Top View
Wall
AUDMAX-LOCR Backbox
Flush mount Footprint
Conduit
Knockout
Metal or
Wood Stud
13.88"
Mount screws at
these points and
then tighten.
16”
22.83"
Front
Back
Wall
Front
Back
Figure 17 AUDMAX-LOCR mounting holes
5. Cut an opening 0.1” larger than the opening marked in step 4, ensuring that one side is
aligned with the wall stud or supporting structure.
6. Attach the box using the necessary number of screws via the box’s side or back.
7. Tighten all screws.
8. Remove all necessary knockouts
9. Attach the doors to the chassis and then secure the ground straps to the doors using the
wingnuts removed in step 3.
10. Secure the CH-1139A PCB bracket to the backbox using the screws removed in step 2.
11. Connect the ribbon cable from the main display to terminal P1 on the main board.
12. Connect the microphone cable to terminal TS6 on the main board.
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3.3
Main Board Connections
The Main Board is pre-installed on the AUDMAX-MASTER backplate. The Main Board
terminals are shown below. The terminals are deplugable for wiring ease.
TS2 TS16 TS10 TS5 TS4
AC
AUX RMIC RELAY
AUDIO AUDIO IN ALARM TBL
+OUT- +IN-
+ S -
TS3
TS17 TS6
TS1 TS14 TS9
COM RMIC RS-485 RS-485 AUX
TBL RS-485 OUT
IN 24V
+ 1 - + 2 - NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C
+ S -
+ S -
+ S -
+ -
SLC
+ + - -
TS11 TS12
TS13
TS7
SYNCH SYNCH SYNCH
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 OUTPUT NAC 1
+ + -
-
+ + -
-
+1-
+2-
+ + -
-
TS8
NAC 2
+ + -
-
Master
Microphone
Inputs
Main Display
Input
P5
P6
P7
+-
P11
JP1
SW1
P10
Battery
Input
Figure 18 AUDMAX-MASTER Main Board terminals and Jumpers
Table 5 AUDMAX-MASTER Main Board terminals and Jumpers
Terminal/Jumper
P1,2
Description
terminals for transformer. No polarity.
terminals for battery
P3, P4
• Red(+) to P3
• Black(-) to P4
P5, P6
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terminal for amplifier card QAD-30.
Transformer
Input
Table 5 AUDMAX-MASTER Main Board terminals and Jumpers
Terminal/Jumper
P7
Factory use.
P10
Header for RS-232 port. For future use.
P11
Factory Program.
P12
Main display ribbon cable terminal.
TS16
Remote Microphone Audio terminal.
TS10
Relay IN terminal.
TS5
Alarm Relay terminal.
TS4
AC Trouble Relay terminal.
TS3
Common Trouble Relay terminal.
TS17
Remote Microphone RS-485 terminal.
TS6
RS-485 OUT terminal.
TS1
RS-485 IN terminal.
TS14
AUX 24V power terminal.
TS9
SLC terminal.
TS11
SYNCH Input 1 terminal.
TS12
SYNCH Input 2 terminal.
TS13
SYNCH Output terminals S1 and S2.
TS7
NAC 1 terminal.
TS8
NAC 2 terminal.
TS15, TS18
3.4
Description
PTT Microphone cable terminal.
JP1
USB port
JW6
Watchdog. (Normally shorted.)
SW1
DIP switch for Panel Address.
SW7
Software reset. (Short to reset.)
JP1
USB connection for configurator, debugging, and firmware updates.
Operating Power
The AUDMAX-MASTER can operate on either 120VAC or 240VAC on the AC mains and
battery power when there is a drop in or complete loss of electrical power. For more
information, see Appendix B - Power Supply & Battery Calculations.
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3.4.1 AC Power
Connect the AC power (Blue and Black wires) to P1 and P2 on the board.
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Note:
Terminal Polarity does NOT matter for AC power. Wire order is not relevant for
Transformer Input.
Bottom of AUDMAX-MASTER or AUDMAX-BP Board
P1
brown
black
EARTH
GROUND
LUG
P2
black
green
120 VAC
To AC Input
blue
From AC
Mains
N
GND
green
120 VAC 60Hz
white
240 VAC 50Hz
black
white with
blue stripe
Yeo Heung
Transformer
Signal
Transformer
240V
Yellow wire
Brown wire
120V
Red wire
Black wire
Black wire
White with
blue strip wire
Neutral
Figure 19 AC power wiring
1. Ensure that AC mains are wired to proper transformer screw terminals.
2. Ensure Earth Ground Lug is connected to backbox via the green wire.
3. On the opposite side of the transformer, connect the black and blue wires to either P1
and P2 terminals on the main board.
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Note:
ALWAYS route the AC Mains through the dedicated AC Power Knockout and
conduit.
3.4.2 Battery Power
AUDMAX-MASTER or AUDMAX-BP Cabinet
Bottom of AUDMAX-MASTER or AUDMAX-BP Board
+P3
brown
P4
P1
P2
black
EARTH
GROUND
LUG
120 VAC
To AC Input
green
black
240V
white with
blue stripe
Yeo Heung
Transformer
Signal
Transformer
Yellow wire
Brown wire
black
WX-058 Cable Assembly
_
+
From AC
Mains
N
blue
GND
white green
120 VAC 60Hz
240 VAC 50Hz
black
black
Red wire
Black wire
Neutral
Black wire
White with
blue strip wire
_
Battery
+
120V
red
Battery
Figure 20 AUDMAX-MASTER or AUDMAX-BP battery wiring
1. Connect wires to the battery terminals.
2. Ensure the transformer terminals are connected to the board.
3. Connect the batteries’ positive terminal to P3 on the AUDMAX-MASTER board.
4. Connect the batteries’ negative terminal to P4 on the AUDMAX-MASTER board.
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Note:
Panel must have AC power connected initially, otherwise it will not power up via
the battery.
Battery Maintenance
The sealed lead-acid batteries should be replaced after each period of 3 to 5 years of normal
service. If the Battery Trouble indicator activates, obtain required service.
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MMX-BC-160 External Cabinet
Bottom of AUDMAX-MASTER or AUDMAX-BP Board
+P3
EARTH
GROUND
LUG
No Polarity
P1 P2
P4
brown
black
120 VAC
To AC Input
green
black
N
GND
green
120 VAC 60Hz
white
240 VAC 50Hz
black
Yeo Heung
Transformer
white with
blue stripe
Via Conduit between
MMX-BC-160 and
AUDMAX-MASTER or
AUDMAX-BP
Signal
Transformer
240V
Yellow wire
Brown wire
120V
Red wire
Black wire
Black wire
White with
blue strip wire
Neutral
blue
WX-058 Cable Assembly
MMX-BC-160 External
Battery Cabinet
black
_
+
black
_
Battery
+
red
Battery
Figure 21 MMX-BC-160 and AUDMAX-MASTER full wiring setup
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1. Run enough wire through conduit between cabinets.
2. Connect wire to proper battery terminals inside MMX-BC-160.
Via Conduit between MMX-BC-160
and AUDMAX-MASTER or AUDMAX-BP
MMX-BC-160
External Battery
black
_
+
black
_
Battery
+
red
Battery
Figure 22 MMX-BC-160 Internal Wiring
3. When ready to wire AUDMAX-MASTER or AUDMAX-BP batteries to main board, ensure
that the AC power (via P1 and P2) are connected before the battery terminals (via P3
and P4) to avoid sparking hazards.
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Note:
Panel must have AC power connected initially. Otherwise, the panel will not
power up via the battery connection alone.
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3.5
Amplifier Module Connections
The AUDMAX-MASTER comes with one QAD-30 30W amplifier module. An optional second
QAD-30 can be purchased to supply up to 60W of audio. Each QAD-30 mounts on top of the
main board using four spacers. The QAD-30 uses ribbon cables for AUDMAX-MASTER board
connections and amplifier power.The terminals on the QAD-30 are shown below and are
described in Table 6.
Output 2
Output 1
AUDMAX
Ribbon
Connector
DIP Switch
Figure 23 QAD-30 30W amplifier module connections
Table 6 QAD-30 amplifier module terminals
Terminal
P1
For factory use (programming).
P2
Ribbon cable terminal to Main Board.
TS1
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Description
Output 1 terminal.
Factory
Use
Table 6 QAD-30 amplifier module terminals
Terminal
Description
TS2
Output 2 terminal.
Table 7 QAD-30 DIP Switch Settings
SW1
Description
Positions 1
Sets Amplifier Module address to Amplifier 1.
Positions 2
Sets Amplifier Module address to Amplifier 2.
3.5.1 Installing Amplifier Module
To Connect the Amplifier Module to a AUDMAX-MASTER or AUDMAX-BP Board
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Note:
Ensure ALL AC and battery connections are disconnected before attempting to
install or remove any component. Otherwise, board damage may occur.
1. Replace one standoff for each screw at these points
•
MTG7
•
MTG8
•
MTG2
•
MTG1
2. Attach ribbon cable between P5 or P6 on the AUDMAX-MASTER or AUDMAX-BP board
to P2 on QAD-30 amplifier board.
3. Place QAD-30 board so its screw holes align with the standoffs.
4. Secure amplifier board using four screws at MTG7 and MTG8 then MTG2 and MTG1.
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5. Repeat for other QAD-30 boards using anchors at MTG9, MTG10, MTG3, and MTG4.
Attach ribbon cable between P6 on the AUDMAX-MASTER or AUDMAX-BP board to P2
on QAD-30 amplifier board.
Standoff
AUDMAX Board
Amplifier Boards
Screw
Figure 24 Installing Amplifier Module
3.6
Remote Microphone Connections
Up to six optional AUDMAX-RM Remote Microphones can be connected to each AUDMAXMASTER. The remote microphones communicate with the AUDMAX-MASTER through an
RS-485 network bus. Power for the remote microphones comes from the 24VDC terminal on
the AUDMAX-MASTER main board.
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Note:
AUDMAX-RM not for use in Canada
The terminals and jumper on the AUDMAX-RM board are shown in Figure and are described
in Table 8.
TS4 TS5 TS3
IN OUT IN OUT
+s - + s - +- +AUDIO 24VDC
TS1
IN
TS2
OUT
+s- +sSW2
RS-485
P1
Black
TS6 Red
Shield
Green
White
P2
Figure 25 AUDMAX-RM terminals and jumper locations
Table 8 AUDMAX-MASTER-RM terminals and jumper
Terminal/Jumper
3.7
Description
SW2
Rotary switch for setting the RS-485 address on the AUDMAX-RM.
TS1
RS-485 In terminal.
TS2
RS-485 Out terminal.
TS3
24 VDC In and Out terminal.
TS4
Audio In terminal from AUDMAX-MASTER or previous AUDMAX-RM on
the line.
TS5
Audio Out terminal to the next AUDMAX-MASTER-RM on the line.
TS6
Terminal for PTT microphone cable.
P1
Terminal of ribbon cable from AUDMAX-LOCR local operating console
display.
P2
Factory use.
Local Operating Console Connections
The AUDMAX-LOCR Local Operating Console houses a remote microphone and a main
display. The terminals on the AUDMAX-LOCR are identical to the terminals on the AUDMAX-
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RM. For information on the terminals for the AUDMAX-LOCR, see Chapter 4.2.14 Remote
Microphone Wiring on page 63.
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Note:
AUDMAX-LOCR not for use in Canada
Dead Front
Same board as
AUDMAX-RM
Indicators and
Controls
Backbox
Figure 26 Exploded View of AUDMAX-LOCR
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Door
4.0 Wiring
This chapter describes the proper field wiring for the AUDMAX-MASTER.
This chapter explains
•
Wiring Tables
•
Main Board Terminal Connections
•
Amplifier Connections
•
Power Supply Connections
•
UL Power-limited Wiring Requirements
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4.1
Wiring Tables
Mircom recommends using AWG#18 to AWG#12 shielded twisted pair (or triple) in each cable,
subject to Authority Having Jurisdiction.
4.1.1 Wiring Tables for Inputs
Table 9 Wiring Table for Input Circuits (Relay Inputs and Synch Inputs)
Wire Gauge
Maximum Wiring Run to Last Device (ELR)
(AWG)
ft
m
22
2990
910
20
4760
1450
18
7560
2300
16
12000
3600
14
19000
5800
12
30400
9200
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Note:
Maximum Loop Resistance Should Not Exceed 100 Ohms.
4.1.2 Wiring Tables for NAC Circuits
Table 10Wiring Table for NAC Circuits
TOTAL
SIGNAL LOAD
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MAXIMUM WIRING RUN TO LAST DEVICE (ELR)
18AWG
16AWG
14AWG
MAX. LOOP
RESISTANCE
12AWG
Amperes
ft
m
ft
m
ft
m
ft
m
Ohms
0.06
2350
716
3750
1143
6000
1829
9500
2895
30
0.12
1180
360
1850
567
3000
915
4720
1438
15
0.30
470
143
750
229
1200
366
1900
579
6
0.60
235
71
375
114
600
183
950
289
3
0.90
156
47
250
76
400
122
630
192
2
1.20
118
36
185
56
300
91
470
143
1.5
1.50
94
29
150
46
240
73
380
115
1.2
1.70
78
24
125
38
200
61
315
96
1.0
2.0
70
21
112
34
178
54
285
86
0.9
2.25
62
19
100
30
158
48
250
76
0.8
2.50
56
17
90
27
142
43
230
70
0.72
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Notes: Main Board NAC Circuits are rated for 2.5 Amperes each.
Maximum Voltage Drop Should Not Exceed 1.8 Volts
4.1.3 Wiring Tables for Speaker Circuits
Table 11 Wiring Table for 70V Speakers
Total
Power
Maximum Wiring Run to Last Device (ELR)
18AWG
16AWG
14AWG
12AWG
Watts
ft
m
ft
m
ft
m
ft
m
15
2500
762
4000
1219
6000
1828
8000
2438
30
1500
457
2500
762
4000
1219
6000
1828
Table 12Wiring Table for 25V Speakers
Total
Power
Maximum Wiring Run to Last Device (ELR)
18AWG
16AWG
14AWG
12AWG
Watts
ft
m
ft
m
ft
m
ft
m
15
625
190
1000
305
1500
457
2000
609
30
375
114
625
191
1000
305
1500
457
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Notes: For each speaker zone, select the total zone power.
Distance shown is calculated to the last speaker, based on the worst case
scenario with all speakers lumped at the end.
Calculation is based on a 1dB power loss (20%) and a source of 70V or 25V.
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4.2
Main Board Terminal Connections
Wire devices to terminals as shown below.
TS2
TS16
TS10
TS5
TS4
AC
AUX RMIC RELAY
ALARM TBL
AUDIO AUDIO
IN
+ S -
+OUT- +IN-
TS3
TS17
TS6
TS1
+ S -
+ S -
+ S -
TS14
COM RMIC RS-485 RS-485 AUX
TBL RS-485 OUT
IN 24V
+ 1 - + 2 - NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C
+
-
TS9
TS11
SLC
+ +
-
TS12
TS13
TS7
SYNCH SYNCH SYNCH
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 OUTPUT NAC 1
-
+ + -
-
+ +
-
-
+2-
+1-
+ +
-
-
TS8
NAC 2
+ +
-
-
Figure 27 Main Board Terminal Blocks
!
Attention: DO NOT exceed power supply ratings: Total current including Main
Chassis, AUX, amplifiers, accessories, and NAC circuits is 9.5A max.
see Appendix B - Power Supply & Battery Calculations on page 117.
All circuits are supervised.
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Notes: The Terminal Blocks are depluggable for ease of wiring.
All power limited circuits must use type FPL, FPLR, or FPLP power limited cable.
4.2.1 SLC Loop Wiring - Class B
FACP
B
A
ADDRESSABLE LOOP
CONNECTIONS
+
+
-
TO NEXT DEVICE IN LOOP
+ + - SLC
TS2
TS16
TS10
TS5
TS4
AC
AUX RMIC RELAY
AUDIO AUDIO IN ALARM TBL
+OUT- +IN-
+ S -
TS3
TS17
TS6
TS1
+ 1 - + 2 - NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C
+ S -
+ S -
+ S -
Figure 28 SLC Loop Wiring - Class B
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TS14
COM RMIC RS-485 RS-485 AUX
TBL RS-485 OUT
IN 24V
+ -
TS9
SLC
+ + - -
TS11
TS12
TS13
TS7
TS8
SYNCH SYNCH SYNCH
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 OUTPUT NAC 1
+ + -
-
+ + -
-
+1-
+2-
+ + -
-
NAC 2
+ + -
-
4.2.2 SLC Loop Wiring - Class A
FACP
B
A
ADDRESSABLE LOOP
CONNECTIONS
+
+
-
FROM LAST
DEVICE IN LOOP
TO NEXT DEVICE
IN LOOP
+ + - SLC
TS2
TS16
TS10
TS5
TS4
AC
AUX RMIC RELAY
ALARM TBL
AUDIO AUDIO
IN
+OUT- +IN-
+ S -
TS3
TS17
TS6
TS1
TS9
TS14
COM RMIC RS-485 RS-485 AUX
TBL RS-485 OUT
IN 24V
+ 1 - + 2 - NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C
+ S -
+ S -
+
+ S -
TS11
SLC
-
+ +
-
TS12
TS13
TS7
TS8
SYNCH SYNCH SYNCH
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 OUTPUT NAC 1
+ + -
-
-
+ +
-
-
+1-
+ +
+2-
-
NAC 2
-
+ +
-
-
Figure 29 SLC Loop Wiring - Class A
4.2.3 Synchronized Input from FACP Wiring - Class B
SYNCH SIGNAL FROM FACP
+
+
-
NAC CIRCUIT
FROM FACP
MP-300 3.9K EOL
+ + - SYNCH INPUT1
TS2
TS16
TS10
TS5
TS4
AC
AUX RMIC RELAY
ALARM TBL
AUDIO AUDIO
IN
+OUT- +IN-
+ S -
TS3
TS17
TS6
TS1
TS14
COM RMIC RS-485 RS-485 AUX
TBL RS-485 OUT
IN 24V
+ 1 - + 2 - NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C
+ S -
+ S -
+ S -
+
-
TS9
TS11
SLC
+ +
-
TS12
TS13
TS7
TS8
SYNCH SYNCH SYNCH
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 OUTPUT NAC 1
-
+ + -
-
+ +
-
-
+1-
+2-
+ +
-
-
NAC 2
+ +
-
-
Figure 30 Synchronized Input from FACP Wiring - Class B
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Note:
The inter-panel synchronization supports up to a total of four units.
Sample setups:
• one AUDMAX-MASTER panel (generating synchronization) and three AUDMAX-BP units
• one AUDMAX-MASTER panel and a FACP (regenerating synchronization from FACP) and two
AUDMAX-BP units
• one AUDMAX-BP unit (generating synchronization) and three AUDMAX-BP units
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4.2.4 Synchronized Input from FACP Wiring- Class A
SYNCH SIGNAL FROM FACP
+
+
-
NAC CIRCUIT
FROM FACP
+ + - SYNCH INPUT1
TS2
TS16
TS10
TS5
TS4
TS3
+OUT- +IN-
+ S -
TS17
TS6
TS1
+ 1 - + 2 - NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C
+ S -
+ S -
+ S -
TS9
TS14
COM RMIC RS-485 RS-485 AUX
TBL RS-485 OUT
IN 24V
AC
AUX RMIC RELAY
ALARM TBL
AUDIO AUDIO
IN
+
-
TS11
SLC
+ +
-
TS12
TS13
TS7
TS8
SYNCH SYNCH SYNCH
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 OUTPUT NAC 1
+ + -
-
-
-
+ +
-
+ +
+2-
+1-
-
NAC 2
-
+ +
-
-
Figure 31 Synchronized Input from FACP Wiring - Class A
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Note:
The inter-panel synchronization supports up to a total of four units.
Sample setups:
• one AUDMAX-MASTERpanel (generating synchronization) and three AUDMAX-BP units
• one AUDMAX-MASTER panel and a FACP (regenerating synchronization from FACP) and two
AUDMAX-BP units
• one AUDMAX-BP unit (generating synchronization) and three AUDMAX-BP units
4.2.5 FACP Relay Activation - Single Stage
COM
NO
NC
EOL-392
RELAY SIGNAL FROM FACP - One Stage
EOL-392
1st Stage
FACP
ALARM
RELAY
+1-
+2-
Relay In
TS2
TS16
TS10
TS5
TS4
AC
AUX RMIC RELAY
ALARM TBL
AUDIO AUDIO
IN
+OUT- +IN-
+ S -
TS3
TS17
TS6
TS1
TS9
TS14
COM RMIC RS-485 RS-485 AUX
TBL RS-485 OUT
IN 24V
+ 1 - + 2 - NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C
+ S -
+ S -
+ S -
+
-
SLC
+ +
Figure 32 FACP Relay Activation - Single Stage
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TS11
-
TS12
TS13
TS7
TS8
SYNCH SYNCH SYNCH
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 OUTPUT NAC 1
-
+ + -
-
+ +
-
-
+1-
+2-
+ +
-
-
NAC 2
+ +
-
-
4.2.6 FACP Relay Activation - Two Stage
COM
NO
NC
EOL-392
RELAY SIGNAL FROM FACP - Two Stage
2nd Stage
FACP
ALARM
RELAY
COM
NO
NC
EOL-392
1st Stage
FACP
ALARM
RELAY
+1-
+2-
Relay In
TS2
TS10
TS16
TS5
AUX
RMIC RELAY
ALARM
IN
AUDIO AUDIO
+OUT- +IN-
+ S -
+1-
+2-
NO NC C
TS4
TS17
TS3
AC
TBL
NO NC C
TS1
TS6
TS9
TS14
COM RMIC RS-485 RS-485 AUX
TBL RS-485 OUT
IN 24V
NO NC C
+ S -
+ S -
-
+
+ S -
TS11
+
+
-
TS12
TS13
TS7
TS8
SYNCH
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 OUTPUT NAC 1
SYNCH
SLC
-
+
+
-
-
SYNCH
+
+
-
-
+2-
+1-
+
+
-
NAC 2
-
+
+
-
-
Figure 33 FACP Relay Activation - Two Stage
4.2.7 Synchronized Input from AUDMAX-MASTER Wiring - Class B
SYNCH SIGNAL FROM AUDMAX-MASTER CLASS B ONLY
MP-300 3.9K EOL
+ + - SYNCH INPUT1
+
1 - + 2 SYNCH OUTPUT
TS2
TS10
TS16
TS5
TS4
AC
AUX RMIC RELAY
AUDIO AUDIO IN ALARM TBL
+OUT- +IN-
+ S -
TS3
TS17
TS6
TS1
TS14
COM RMIC RS-485 RS-485 AUX
TBL RS-485 OUT
IN 24V
+ 1 - + 2 - NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C
+ S -
+ S -
+ S -
+ -
TS9
TS11
TS12
TS13
TS7
TS8
SYNCH SYNCH SYNCH
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 OUTPUT NAC 1
SLC
+ + - -
+ + -
-
+ + -
-
+1-
+2-
+ + -
-
NAC 2
+ + -
-
AUDMAX-MASTER
TS2
TS16
TS10
TS5
TS4
AC
AUX RMIC RELAY
AUDIO AUDIO IN ALARM TBL
+OUT- +IN-
+ S -
TS3
TS17
TS6
TS1
TS14
COM RMIC RS-485 RS-485 AUX
TBL RS-485 OUT
IN 24V
+ 1 - + 2 - NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C
+ S -
+ S -
+ S -
+ -
TS9
SLC
+ + - -
TS11
TS12
TS13
TS7
TS8
SYNCH SYNCH SYNCH
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 OUTPUT NAC 1
+ + -
-
+ + -
-
+1-
+2-
+ + -
-
NAC 2
+ + -
-
AUDMAX-BP
Figure 34 Synchronized Input from AUDMAX-MASTER Wiring - Class B Single Slave
!
Attention: CLASS B WIRING ONLY
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Note:
The inter-panel synchronization supports up to a total of four units.
Sample setups:
• one AUDMAX-MASTER panel (generating synchronization) and three AUDMAX-BP units
• one AUDMAX-MASTER panel and a FACP (regenerating synchronization from FACP) and two
AUDMAX-BP units
• one AUDMAX-BP unit (generating synchronization) and three AUDMAX-BP units
4.2.8 Synchronized Input from AUDMAX-MASTER Single Stage Wiring - Class
B
SYNCH SIGNAL FROM AUDMAX-MASTER CLASS B ONLY
MP-300 3.9K EOL
+ + - -
+
1 - + 2 SYNCH OUTPUT
SYNCH INPUT1
TS2
TS9
AUX
AUDIO
SLC
+ +
+OUT- +IN-
TS11
-
TS12
TS13
TS7
TS8
SYNCH SYNCH SYNCH
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 OUTPUT NAC 1
-
+ + -
-
+ +
-
-
+1-
+2-
+ +
-
-
NAC 2
+ +
-
-
AUDMAX-BP
MP-300 3.9K EOL
+
1 - + 2 SYNCH OUTPUT
TS2
TS12
AUX
AUDIO
TS13
+ + - SYNCH INPUT1
TS7
SYNCH SYNCH
INPUT 2 OUTPUT NAC 1
+ +
+OUT- +IN-
-
-
+1-
+2-
+ +
-
-
TS8
TS2
TS9
NAC 2
AUX
AUDIO
SLC
+ +
-
-
AUDMAX-MASTER
+OUT- +IN-
+ +
TS11
-
TS12
TS13
TS7
TS8
SYNCH SYNCH SYNCH
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 OUTPUT NAC 1
-
+ + -
-
+ +
-
-
+1-
+2-
+ +
-
-
NAC 2
+ +
-
-
AUDMAX-BP
Figure 35 Synchronized Input from AUDMAX-MASTER Wiring - Class B Multiple Slaves
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Attention: SYNCHRONIZING SIGNALS FROM THE AUDMAX-MASTER CAN USE
CLASS B WIRING ONLY
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Note:
The inter-panel synchronization supports up to a total of four units.
Sample setups:
• one AUDMAX-MASTERpanel (generating synchronization) and three AUDMAX-BP units
• one AUDMAX-MASTER panel and a FACP (regenerating synchronization from FACP) and two
AUDMAX-BP units
• one AUDMAX-BP unit (generating synchronization) and three AUDMAX-BP units
4.2.9 Synchronized Input from AUDMAX-MASTER Two Stage Wiring - Class B
SYNCH SIGNAL FROM AUDMAX-MASTER CLASS B ONLY
MP-300 3.9K EOL
MP-300 3.9K EOL
MP-300 3.9K EOL
+ + -
+
+ 2 1 SYNCH OUTPUT
TS9
TS2
AUX
AUDIO
TS11
+
-
TS12
SYNCH
SLC
+
+OUT- +IN-
TS13
SYNCH
+
+
-
-
+
+
-
-
+1-
+2-
AUDMAX-MASTER
+
-
+ + -
+
+ 2 1 SYNCH OUTPUT
+ + -
-
-
SYNCH INPUT2
SYNCH INPUT1
TS8
NAC 1
+
-
SYNCH INPUT2
SYNCH INPUT1
TS7
SYNCH
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 OUTPUT
-
+ + -
-
MP-300 3.9K EOL
-
NAC 2
+
+
-
TS9
TS2
AUX
AUDIO
+OUT- +IN-
TS11
+
-
TS12
SYNCH
SLC
+
TS13
SYNCH
SYNCH
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 OUTPUT
-
+
+
-
-
+
+
-
AUDMAX-BP
-
+1-
+2-
TS7
TS8
NAC 1
+
+
-
-
NAC 2
+
+
-
TS9
TS2
AUX
AUDIO
+OUT- +IN-
TS11
+
-
TS12
SYNCH
SLC
+
TS13
SYNCH
SYNCH
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 OUTPUT
-
+
+
-
-
+
+
-
-
+1-
+2-
TS7
TS8
NAC 1
+
+
-
-
NAC 2
+
+
-
-
AUDMAX-BP
Figure 36 Synchronized Input from AUDMAX-MASTER Wiring - Class B Multiple Slaves
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Attention: SYNCHRONIZING SIGNALS FROM THE AUDMAX-MASTER CAN USE
CLASS B WIRING ONLY
MIRCOM RECOMMENDED SETUP FOR MULTIPLE SLAVES
Note:
The inter-panel synchronization supports up to a total of four units.
Sample setups:
• one AUDMAX-MASTER panel (generating synchronization) and three AUDMAX-BP units
• one AUDMAX-BP panel and a FACP (regenerating synchronization from FACP) and two AUDMAXBP units
• one AUDMAX-BP unit (generating synchronization) and three AUDMAX-BP units
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4.2.10 Wiring for Alarm, AC Trouble, and Common Trouble Relays
COMMON TROUBLE CONTACTS
30 VDC, 1 AMP RESISTIVE LOAD
NO NC
C
NO NC
ALARM
TS2
TS16
TS10
TS5
AUX
RMIC RELAY
ALARM
AUDIO AUDIO
IN
+OUT- +IN-
+ S -
!
+1-
+2-
NO NC C
C
AC TBL
TS4
AC
TBL
NO NC C
NO NC
C
COM TBL
TS3
TS17
TS1
TS6
TS14
TS9
COM RMIC RS-485 RS-485 AUX
TBL RS-485 OUT
IN 24V
NO NC C
+ S -
+ S -
-
+
+ S -
TS11
+
+
TS12
TS13
TS7
TS8
SYNCH
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 OUTPUT NAC 1
SYNCH
SLC
-
-
+
+
-
-
SYNCH
-
+
+
-
+2-
+1-
+
+
-
NAC 2
-
+
+
-
-
Attention: When using this type of interface between the FACP and AUDMAX, the
FACP and AUDMAX must be separated by no more than 20 feet and
wiring must be in conduit.
Figure 37 Relay wiring for Alarm, AC Trouble, and Common Trouble
4.2.11 NAC Circuit Wiring - Class B
3.9K 1/2W ELR Listed S5434
Mircom Model MP-300
+ -
+
-
+ +
NAC 1
TS2
TS16
TS10
TS5
TS4
AC
AUX RMIC RELAY
ALARM TBL
AUDIO AUDIO
IN
+OUT- +IN-
+ S -
TS3
TS17
TS6
TS1
TS14
COM RMIC RS-485 RS-485 AUX
TBL RS-485 OUT
IN 24V
+ 1 - + 2 - NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C
+ S -
+ S -
+ S -
+
Figure 38 NAC Circuit Wiring - Class B
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-
TS9
TS11
-
TS13
TS7
-
+ + -
-
+ +
-
-
-
TS8
SYNCH SYNCH SYNCH
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 OUTPUT NAC 1
SLC
+ +
TS12
-
NAC 2
+1-
+2-
+ +
-
-
NAC 2
+ +
-
-
4.2.12 NAC Circuit Wiring - Class A
+ -
+
-
+
+
NAC 1
TS2
TS10
TS16
TS5
AUX
RMIC RELAY
ALARM
AUDIO AUDIO
IN
+ S -
+OUT +IN
+1
NO NC C
+2
TS4
AC
TBL
NO NC C
TS3
TS17
TS6
TS1
TS9
TS14
COM RMIC RS-485 RS-485 AUX
TBL RS-485 OUT
IN 24V
NO NC C
+ S -
+ S -
+
+ S
-
TS11
+
-
TS12
-
TS13
TS7
TS8
SYNCH
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 OUTPUT NAC 1
SYNCH
SLC
+
-
NAC 2
-
+
+
-
-
SYNCH
+
+
-
-
+1
+2
+
+
-
-
NAC 2
+
+
-
-
Figure 39 NAC Circuit Wiring - Class A
4.2.13 Inter-panel RS-485 Wiring
DCLC, Style 7 Wiring
+ S -
+ S -
+ S TS17
TS6
+ S TS1
TS14
RMIC RS-485 RS-485 AUX
RS-485 OUT
IN 24V
+ S -
+ S -
+ S + S -
+ S -
+
AUDMAX-BP Panel
-
TS17
TS6
TS1
TS14
RMIC RS-485 RS-485 AUX
IN 24V
RS-485 OUT
+ S -
+ S -
+ S -
+
-
AUDMAX-BP Panel
TS17
TS6
TS1
TS14
RMIC RS-485 RS-485 AUX
RS-485 OUT
+ S -
+ S -
IN
+ S -
24V
+ -
AUDMAX-MASTER Panel
Figure 40 DCLC, Style 7 Wiring the AUDMAX-MASTER to multiple AUDMAX-BP panels
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DCLA, Style 4 Wiring
+ S -
+ S + S -
TS17
TS6
TS1
TS14
RMIC RS-485 RS-485 AUX
RS-485 OUT
IN 24V
+ S -
+ S -
+ S -
AUDMAX-BP Panel
+
-
TS17
+ S -
TS6
TS1
+ S -
+ S -
TS14
RMIC RS-485 RS-485 AUX
IN 24V
RS-485 OUT
+ S -
+
-
AUDMAX-BP Booster Panel
TS17
TS1
TS6
TS14
RMIC RS-485 RS-485 AUX
RS-485 OUT
+ S -
+ S -
IN
+ S -
24V
+ -
AUDMAX-MASTER Panel
Figure 41 DCLA, Style 4 Wiring the AUDMAX-MASTER to multiple AUDMAX-BP panels
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Notes: The maximum RS-485 wiring run between each panel is 1000 feet or 305
meters.
A maximum of five AUDMAX-BP booster panels for each AUDMAX-MASTER
main panel is supported.
Use 18-22 AWG twisted shielded pair.
Connect shielding at every panel.
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4.2.14 Remote Microphone Wiring
To next AUDMAX-RM
USE 18-22 AWG TWISTED SHIELDED PAIR FOR RS-485 AND AUDIO CONNECTIONS
USE 18 AWG PAIR FOR 24VDC CONNECTIONS
To next
RMIC AUDIO IN
*
To next
24VDC IN
*
To next
RS-485 IN
+
+
-
S
RMIC AUDIO
TS2
TS16
TS10
TS5
TS4
TS3
AC
AUX RMIC RELAY
ALARM TBL
AUDIO AUDIO
IN
+OUT- +IN-
+ S -
+
-
S
TS17
TS6
TS1
TS9
TS14
COM RMIC RS-485 RS-485 AUX
TBL RS-485 OUT
IN 24V
+ 1 - + 2 - NO NC C NO NC C NO NC C
+ S -
+ S -
+ S -
+
-
TS11
+ +
-
TS12
TS13
TS7
-
+ + -
-
+ +
-
-
+1-
+2-
+ +
-
-
24VDC
IN
+24VDCOUT
+
S
RS-485
IN
-
NAC 2
-
+ +
-
+
S
RS-485
OUT
-
SW2 P1
TS8
SYNCH SYNCH SYNCH
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 OUTPUT NAC 1
SLC
+
+ S RMIC AUDIO
OUT
+ S RMIC AUDIO
IN
-
AUX 24V
RMIC RS-485
-
Black
Red
AUDMAX-MASTER
Shield
*Note: For these connections only, connect Shield wire solely at Output terminal!
TS4 TS5 TS3
+s - + s - +- +-
TS1 TS2
+s - + s -
AUDIO AUDIO 24VDC 24VDC
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
RS-485 RS-485
OUT
IN
TS6
Green
White
P2
AUDMAX- RM
From Previous AUDMAX-RM
From previous
RS-485 OUT
From previous
24VDC OUT
EOL-121 120R EOL
From previous
RMIC AUDIO OUT
EOL-392 3.9K EOL
+ S RMIC AUDIO
IN
+ S RMIC AUDIO
OUT
+
-
24VDC
IN
+24VDC-
+
S
RS-485
IN
OUT
-
+
S
RS-485
OUT
-
SW2 P1
Black
Red
Shield
Green
TS4 TS5 TS3
+s - + s - +- +-
TS1 TS2
+s - + s -
AUDIO AUDIO 24VDC 24VDC
IN
OUT
OUT
IN
RS-485 RS-485
OUT
IN
TS6
White
P2
LAST AUDMAX-RM
Figure 42 Wiring the AUDMAX-MASTER to multiple AUDMAX-RM remote microphones
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Notes: On the RMIC RS-485 and RMIC Audio connections attach the shield wire on the
output terminal plugs ONLY.
Aux 24V
•
Max Impedance: 40 Ohms per loop
•
Supervised: Yes
•
Power Limited: Yes
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RMIC Audio
•
Max Impedance: 40 Ohms per loop
•
Supervised: Yes
•
Power Limited: Yes
RS-485
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•
Max Impedance: 40 Ohms per loop
•
Supervised: Yes
•
Power Limited: Yes
Notes: The maximum wiring run from the AUDMAX-MASTER to the last AUDMAX-RM
is 1000 feet or 305 meters.
Use 18-22 AWG twisted shielded pair for RS-485 connections.
Use 18-22 AWG twisted shielded pair for audio connections to minimize noise
from other circuits.
Use 18 AWG pair for the 24Vdc connections.
Attach a 3.9K end-of-line resistor (Mircom EOL-392) to the + and - AUDIO OUT
terminals on the last AUDMAX-RM.
Attach a 120R end-of-line resistor (Mircom EOL-121) to the + and - RS-485 OUT
terminals on the last AUDMAX-RM.
Set rotary switch SW2 on each AUDMAX-RM to a unique RS-485 address. Use
consecutive addresses starting from 1 to the number of AUDMAX-RM
remote microphones connected to the bus.
4.3
Amplifier Connections
The QAD-30 amplifier module has two speaker outputs (OUTPUT 1 and OUTPUT 2). Each
output can produce up to 30 W of audio power, but the combined power of both outputs cannot
exceed 30 W. For example, if OUTPUT 1 produces 20 W, then OUTPUT 2 can only produce
10 W; if OUTPUT 1 produces 30 W, then OUTPUT 2 cannot power any speakers. An optional
second QAD-30 can be installed to either provide up to 60 W of output (30 W maximum per
QAD-30).
Each output can be wired as Class A or Class B. See Figure for examples on how to wire
each of these classes. For Class B circuits, use a 22K 2W end-of-line resistor such as
Mircom’s EOL-223.
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Caution:
Powering the system with incorrectly installed amplifiers will cause
permanent damage.
EOL-223
Class B
Wiring
Class A
Wiring
Output 1
B+B- A+A-
B+B- A+A-
OUTPUT 1
OUTPUT 2
Output 2
Figure 43 Class A and Class B wiring examples
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4.3.1 Amplifier Installation
Output 1
Output 2
QX-mini
Ribbon
Connector
Factory
Use
DIP Switch
Figure 44 Amplifier Connectors and DIP Switch
To install an amplifier:
1. See section Installing Amplifier Module for adding a QAD-30 board.
4.4
Power Supply Connections
The power supply is pre-installed as part of the Main Chassis. The following table displays the
electrical ratings. Power Supply Connections shows the proper connections to wire the Power
Supply successfully. There is no separate charger for the Secondary Power Connection batteries.
Table 13Power Supply Electrical Ratings
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Terminal
Description
Electrical input ratings
120 VAC, 60 Hz, 2 A / 240 VAC, 50 Hz, 1A
Power supply total current
9.5 A maximum
Battery Fuse
Replace with WX-058 Battery Cable Assembly
+P3
AUDMAX-MASTER/AUDMAX-BP MAIN BOARD
EARTH
GROUND
LUG
120VAC Installation
No Polarity
P4
P1
B ATTE RY
P2
AC
black
green
brown
120 VAC
To AC Input
black
N
GND
green
120 VAC 60Hz
white
240 VAC 50Hz
black
white with
blue stripe
blue
AC Conduit
black
_
+
black
240VAC Installation
red
+
_
EARTH
GROUND
LUG
Battery
Battery
240 VAC
To AC Input
WX-058 Cable Assembly
green
Yeo Heung
Transformer
Signal
Transformer
240V
Yellow wire
Brown wire
120V
Red wire
Black wire
Black wire
White with
blue strip wire
green / yellow
N
GND
240 VAC 50Hz
blue
120 VAC 60Hz
brown
AC Conduit
Neutral
Figure 45 Power Supply Connections
!
Attention: DO NOT exceed power supply ratings. Wire as shown.
Connect batteries after the system main A.C. power is turned on to reduce
sparking.
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4.5
UL Power-limited Wiring Requirements
Power-limited
TS2
TS10
TS16
TS5
TS4
TS3
AC
AUX
RMIC RELAY
ALARM TBL
AUDIO AUDIO
IN
+OUT- +IN-
+ S -
+1- +2-
NO NC C
NO NC C
TS17
TS1
TS6
TS14
NO NC C
+ S -
+ S -
+ S -
+
-
+EARTH
GROUND
LUG
P3
brown
TS9
COM RMIC RS-485 RS-485 AUX
TBL RS-485 OUT
IN 24V
TS11
SLC
+
+
-
TS12
TS13
TS7
TS8
SYNCH SYNCH
INPUT 1 INPUT 2 OUTPUT NAC 1
SYNCH
-
+
+
-
-
+
+
-
-
+2-
+1-
+
+
-
-
NAC 2
+
+
-
No Polarity
P4
P1 P2
black
green
Non Power-limited
120 VAC
To AC Input
black
black
_
+
N
GND
black
blue with
white stripe
red
blue
Non Power-limited
_
WX-058 Cable Assembly
Battery
+
AC Conduit
120 VAC 60Hz
green
240 VAC 50Hz
black
white
Battery
Figure 46 UL Power-limited Circuits
Wires connected to AC power and Batteries are NOT POWER-LIMITED. AC power branch
circuit has 15A circuit breaker rating.
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Notes: Wires connected to NON POWER-LIMITED circuits MUST be at least 1/4 inches
away from wires connected to POWER-LIMITED circuits.
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5.0 Indicators & Controls
This chapter describes the LED indicators and controls on the AUDMAXMASTER and the AUDMAX-BP.
This chapter explains
•
Indicators and Controls
•
Main Display LEDs and Controls
•
Main Board LED Indicators
•
Amplifier Module LED Indicators
•
Remote Microphone Indicators
•
Local Operating Console Indicators and Controls
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5.1
Indicators and Controls
Indicators and controls on the AUDMAX-MASTER are found on the main display panel, the
main board, and the QAD-30 amplifier module. The main display panel has indicators (LEDs)
that provide status information and controls (buttons) for operating the AUDMAX-MASTER.
For troubleshooting purposes, there are LEDs located on the main board and on the QAD-30
amplifier module that show Trouble, Alarm, Status, and Active for the main board components.
Indicators may be Yellow, Red, or Green. Indicators may illuminate continuously (steady), or
flash at the Trouble Flash Rate of 20 flashes per minute with a 50% duty cycle.
Controls are used to select zone(s), select a pre-recorded message, or to acknowledge a
trouble alert. There is also one DIP switch used for configuration.
5.2
Main Display LEDs and Controls
The main display panel indicators and controls are shown in Figure . This section describes
the purposes of these indicators and what the controls do.
ZONE 1
ALERT
ZONE 2
EVACUATION
ALL
CALL
BELL
CONTINUOUS
CLEAR
SELECTION
CPU
MESSAGE
ACTIVE
ZONE 3
FALSE
ALARM
SLOW WHOOP
CONTINUOUS
VISUAL
INDICATOR
TEST
ALARM
ACTIVE
PRE-TONE
ACTIVE
ZONE 4
ALARM
CLEARED
TEMPORAL
TONE (CODE3)
Trouble /
Trouble Silence
Figure 47 The AUDMAX-MASTER main display panel
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Notes: Buttons are reprogrammable using the Configurator software.
READY
TO PAGE
Zone Selection
Use the 5 zone selection controls to select which zone(s) to receive audio messages. Select
from the following zones:
•
Zone 1
•
Zone 2
•
Zone 3
•
Zone 4
•
All Call (send the message to all zones)
The green LED for a zone activates steady to indicate that the zone is selected.
The yellow LED for a zone activates flashing for an acknowledged trouble.
The red LED for a zone activates steady for an active fire alarm/alert.
Message Selection
Use the 8 message selection controls to select a pre-recorded audio message.
The default pre-recorded messages for the AUDMAX-MASTER are the following:
•
Alert
•
Evacuation
•
False alarm
•
Alarm cleared
•
Bell Continuous
•
Slow Whoop Continuous
•
Temporal Tone (Code 3)
Messages are field reconfigurable to free up space in memory storage. The green LED next to
a message activates steady to indicate that the message is selected.
Clear Selection
The Clear Selection clears all existing selections and their LEDs. Press this control and the
Clear Selections LED will illuminate green and then all existing selections’ LEDs will then
extinguish.
Visual Indicator Test
Press this control to test the LEDs on the main display panel. All of the LEDs will flash briefly
(except for the CPU LED). CPU LED will flash on system power up.
Trouble / Trouble Silence
The Trouble / Trouble Silence LED flashes yellow slowly to indicate an active trouble in the
system.
The additional troubleshooting LEDs on the main board and the amplifier module provide more
information on the source of the trouble. See sections 5.3 and below for a description.
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AC Power -
ZONE 1
ALERT
ZONE 2
EVACUATION
ALL
CALL
BELL
CONTINUOUS
CLEAR
SELECTION
Steady
Green
CPU
MESSAGE
ACTIVE
ZONE 3
FALSE
ALARM
SLOW WHOOP
CONTINUOUS
VISUAL
INDICATOR
TEST
ZONE 4
ALARM
CLEARED
TEMPORAL
TONE (CODE3)
Trouble /
Trouble Silence
ALARM
ACTIVE
PRE-TONE
ACTIVE
READY
TO PAGE
The AC Power LED activates steady green while the main AC power is within acceptable
levels. The LED flashes green when the level falls below the power-fail threshold and the panel
is switched to standby (battery) power.
Ground Fault -
ZONE 1
ALL
CALL
ALERT
Steady
Yellow
ZONE 2
EVACUATION
BELL
CONTINUOUS
CLEAR
SELECTION
CPU
MESSAGE
ACTIVE
ZONE 3
FALSE
ALARM
SLOW WHOOP
CONTINUOUS
VISUAL
INDICATOR
TEST
ZONE 4
ALARM
CLEARED
TEMPORAL
TONE (CODE3)
Trouble /
Trouble Silence
ALARM
ACTIVE
PRE-TONE
ACTIVE
READY
TO PAGE
The Ground Fault LED activates steady yellow when there is a ground fault in the field wiring.
Diagnose and fix the ground fault to clear this indicator.
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Notes: Ground Fault Test Impedance is 2200 Ohms.
CPU
ZONE 1
ALL
CALL
ALERT
Flashes
Yellow
ZONE 2
EVACUATION
BELL
CONTINUOUS
CLEAR
SELECTION
CPU
MESSAGE
ACTIVE
ZONE 3
FALSE
ALARM
SLOW WHOOP
ZONE 4
ALARM
CLEARED
TEMPORAL
CONTINUOUS
VISUAL
INDICATOR
TEST
ALARM
ACTIVE
PRE-TONE
ACTIVE
TONE (CODE3)
Trouble /
Trouble Silence
READY
TO PAGE
The CPU LED flashes yellow when the processor stops functioning.
Message Active
ZONE 1
ALERT
ZONE 2
EVACUATION
ALL
CALL
BELL
CONTINUOUS
CLEAR
SELECTION
CPU
MESSAGE
ACTIVE
ZONE 3
FALSE
ALARM
SLOW WHOOP
CONTINUOUS
VISUAL
INDICATOR
TEST
ZONE 4
ALARM
CLEARED
TEMPORAL
TONE (CODE3)
COMMON
TROUBLE
Steady
Green
ALARM
ACTIVE
PRE-TONE
ACTIVE
READY
TO PAGE
The Message Active LED activates steady green when a pre-recorded message is playing.
Alarm Active
ZONE 1
ALERT
ZONE 2
EVACUATION
ALL
CALL
BELL
CONTINUOUS
CLEAR
SELECTION
CPU
MESSAGE
ACTIVE
ZONE 3
FALSE
ALARM
SLOW WHOOP
CONTINUOUS
ZONE 4
ALARM
CLEARED
TEMPORAL
TONE (CODE3)
VISUAL
INDICATOR
TEST
ALARM
ACTIVE
Steady
Red
PRE-TONE
ACTIVE
Trouble /
Trouble Silence
READY
TO PAGE
The Alarm Active LED activates steady red when the panel is automatically activated by an
FACP on one of the inputs: SLC, Relay, or Sync.
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Pre-tone Active
ZONE 1
ALERT
ZONE 2
EVACUATION
ALL
CALL
BELL
CONTINUOUS
CLEAR
SELECTION
CPU
MESSAGE
ACTIVE
ZONE 3
FALSE
ALARM
SLOW WHOOP
ZONE 4
ALARM
CLEARED
TEMPORAL
CONTINUOUS
VISUAL
INDICATOR
TEST
ALARM
ACTIVE
PRE-TONE
ACTIVE
TONE (CODE3)
Trouble /
Trouble Silence
READY
TO PAGE
Steady
Green
The AUDMAX-MASTER automatically plays a pre-announcement tone when operator holds
down the push-to-talk (PTT) button on the microphone.
The Pre-tone Active LED activates steady green while the pre-tone is playing.
Ready to Page
ZONE 1
ALERT
ZONE 2
EVACUATION
ALL
CALL
BELL
CONTINUOUS
CLEAR
SELECTION
CPU
MESSAGE
ACTIVE
ZONE 3
FALSE
ALARM
SLOW WHOOP
CONTINUOUS
VISUAL
INDICATOR
TEST
ZONE 4
ALARM
CLEARED
TEMPORAL
TONE (CODE3)
Trouble /
Trouble Silence
ALARM
ACTIVE
PRE-TONE
ACTIVE
READY
TO PAGE
Steady
Green
When the Ready to Page LED activates steady green, the operator may begin speaking into
the microphone.
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Page Inhibited
ZONE 1
ALERT
ZONE 2
EVACUATION
ALL
CALL
BELL
CONTINUOUS
CLEAR
SELECTION
CPU
MESSAGE
ACTIVE
ZONE 3
FALSE
ALARM
SLOW WHOOP
Page
Inhibited
ALARM
CLEARED
TEMPORAL
TONE (CODE3)
CONTINUOUS
VISUAL
INDICATOR
TEST
ALARM
ACTIVE
PRE-TONE
ACTIVE
Trouble /
Trouble Silence
READY
TO PAGE
Flashes
Yellow
An FACP activated audio control feature of the AUDMAX-MASTER which, during a First
Alarm, prevents voice paging for a user-set period of time.
In the configurator software, this feature may be enabled or disabled. If enabled, any button
may be assigned for Page Inhibited for the AUDMAX-MASTER and AUDMAX-LOCR. Any
button‘s LED may be set to flash yellow at the trouble rate during the Page Inhibited time
period. In the above example, the Zone 4 button is configured and labelled for the Page
Inhibited function. The AUDMAX-RM System In Use LED will flash trouble yellow to indicate
that a Page Inhibited is in effect.
5.3
Main Board LED Indicators
There are LED indicators on the main board to help in troubleshooting. The LEDs indicate
Troubles, Alarms, Activity, and Status for components on the main board.
See Figure on page 76 for the locations of the LEDs on the main board. See Table 14 on
page 76 for a description of what the LEDs’ color indicate.
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CPU
Transmiting
RS485 IN
Receiving
RS485 OUT
Receiving
SLC
Remote Mic
Trouble
Relay 1
Trouble
Relay 1
Active
Synch
Output
Relay 2
Trouble
RS485 OUT
Trouble
AC
Trouble
Relay 2
Active
Synch
Input 1
Aux 24V
Common
Trouble
Alarm
Synch
Input 2
NAC 1
Trouble
NAC 1
ON
OUTPUT 1
OUTPUT 2
RS485 IN
Trouble
Synch Output
Trouble
Power
CPU
FAIL
Battery
Trouble
Ground
Fault
Main Mic
Trouble
Trouble
Buzzer
For (Future
Use)
Figure 48 Locations of the AUDMAX-MASTER main board LEDs and Buzzer
Table 14Descriptions of AUDMAX-MASTER main board LEDs
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LED
Color
Indication
Action
Alarm (Relay) Active
Red
Alarm
Steady
AC Trouble (Relay) Active
Yellow
Trouble
Steady
Common Trouble (Relay) Active
Yellow
Trouble
Steady
Activity on Remote Microphone
RS-485
Green
Active
Blinking
Activity on Inter-panel RS-485
Green
Active
Blinking
NAC 2
Trouble
NAC 2
ON
Table 14Descriptions of AUDMAX-MASTER main board LEDs
LED
Color
Indication
Action
A TRB
Yellow
Trouble
Steady
A RX
Green
Active
Blinking
B TRB
Yellow
Trouble
Steady
B RX
Green
Active
Blinking
CPU TX
Green
Active
Blinking
Master Mic Trouble
Yellow
Trouble
Steady
Remote Mic Trouble
Yellow
Trouble
Steady
Relay In 1 ACT
Green
Active
Steady
Relay In 1 Trouble
Yellow
Trouble
Steady
Relay In 2 ACT
Green
Active
Steady
Relay In 2 Trouble
Yellow
Trouble
Steady
Aux 24V Output Trouble
Yellow
Trouble
Steady
Activity on SLC Circuit
Green
Active
Blinking
Activity on Synch Input 1
Green
Active
Steady
Activity on Synch Input 2
Green
Active
Steady
Synch Output 1 Active
Green
Status
Steady or Blinking
Synch Output 2 Active
Green
Status
Steady or Blinking
Synch Out Trouble
Yellow
Trouble
Steady
NAC 1 Output Active
Red
Status
Steady or Blinking
NAC 1 Trouble
Yellow
Trouble
Steady
NAC 2 Output Active
Red
Status
Steady or Blinking
NAC 2 Trouble
Yellow
Trouble
Steady
Power ON (AC)
Green
Status
Steady
CPU FAIL
Yellow
Trouble
Blinking
Battery Trouble
Yellow
Trouble
Steady
Ground Fault Active
Yellow
Trouble
Steady
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Notes: Trouble Buzzer provides panel specific audible signal of Trouble or Fault.
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5.4
Amplifier Module LED Indicators
There are LED indicators on the QAD-30 amplifier module to help in troubleshooting. The
LEDs indicate troubles, alarms, and statuses for components on the main board.
See Figure for the locations of the LEDs. See Table 15 for descriptions of what the LEDs’
indicate.
An indicator of Output 1 or Output 2 implies a wiring short or a missing EOL.
Output 1
Output 2
Trouble
LED
Active
LED
Active
LED
Trouble
LED
Amp
Trouble
LED
Figure 49 Locations of the QAD-30 amplifier module LEDs
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Table 15Descriptions of QAD-30 amplifier module LEDs
LED
Color
Indication
Action
Output 1 Active
Green
Status
Steady
Output 2 Active
Green
Status
Steady
Output 1 Trouble
Yellow
Status
Steady
Output 2 Trouble
Yellow
Status
Steady
Amplifier Trouble
Yellow
Trouble
Steady
5.5
Remote Microphone Indicators
The AUDMAX-RM remote microphone display panel has 4 LED indicators and 1 control (the
push-to-talk button on the microphone). This section describes the purposes of these
indicators.
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Notes: AUDMAX-RM not for use in Canada.
AC Power
!
Common Trouble
Ready to Page
System in Use
Figure 50 The AUDMAX-RM display panel LEDs
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AC Power
AC Power
Steady
Green
!
Common Trouble
Ready to Page
System in Use
The AC Power LED activates steady green while the main AC power is within acceptable
levels. The LED flashes green when the level falls below the power-fail threshold and the panel
is switched to standby (battery) power.
Common Trouble
AC Power
!
Common Trouble
Flashes
Yellow
Ready to Page
System in Use
The Common Trouble LED flashes yellow slowly to indicate an active trouble in the system and
activates steady yellow for an acknowledged trouble.
The additional troubleshooting LEDs on the main board and the amplifier module provide more
information on the source of the trouble.
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Ready to Page
AC Power
Common Trouble
!
Steady
Green
Ready to Page
System in Use
The Ready to Page LED activates steady green then the operator may begin speaking into the
microphone.
System in Use
AC Power
!
Common Trouble
Ready to Page
System in Use
Flashes
Yellow
The System in Use LED flashes slowly when another panel or remote microphone has control
of the audio channel. While the other microphone has control of the audio channel, Ready to
Page will not illuminate.
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Page Inhibited
AC Power
!
Common Trouble
Ready to Page
System in Use
Flashes
Yellow
During Page Inhibited, the System in Use LED flashes at the trouble rate when a connected
FACP has control of the audio channel. Paging ability will resume when the LED is
extinguished, even if the alarm continues to sound.
AUDIO
IN
24VDC
RS-485
OUT IN OUT
IN
SW2
P1
OUT
P2
RS-485 Activity
LED
Heartbeat Activity
LED
Display Activity
LED
Figure 51 AUDMAX-RM LEDs
Table 16AUDMAX-RM Board LED
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LED
Color
Indication
Action
RS-485 Activity
Green
Status
Blink
Heartbeat Activity
Green
Status
Blink
Display Activity
Green
Status
Blink
5.6
Local Operating Console Indicators and Controls
The AUDMAX-LOCR Local Operating Console has the same indicators and controls as the
Main Display on the AUDMAX-MASTER.
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Notes: AUDMAX-LOCR not for use in Canada.
Figure 52 LOC - Local Operating Console
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6.0 Operation
This chapter describes operational capabilities of the AUDMAX-MASTER
This chapter explains
•
Circuit Types
•
Initiating Device Circuit
•
NAC (Output) Circuits Types
•
NAC Sync Modes
•
NAC Evacuation Codes
•
Audio Message Playback
•
Paging
•
Audio Priorities
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NOTICE TO USERS, INSTALLERS, AUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION, AND OTHER INVOLVED PARTIES
This product incorporates field-programmable software. In order for the product to comply with the requirements in the Standard for
Control Units and Accessories for Fire Alarm Systems, UL 864, certain programming features or options must be limited to specific
values or not used at all as indicated below.
Permitted in
UL 864? (Y/N)
Permitted
in ULC
S527? (Y/N)
Second Stage Enabled
NO
AC Trouble Relay
Possible settings
Settings permitted in
UL 864
YES
Second Stage Enabled/Disabled
Second Stage Enabled
YES
YES
Return Specific ULC Trouble
Reporting of ULC Specific
trouble is permitted
Battery/Charger Trouble
YES
YES
Return Specific ULC Trouble
Reporting of ULC Specific
trouble is permitted
Ground Fault
YES
YES
Return Specific ULC Trouble
Reporting of ULC Specific
trouble is permitted
Program feature or
option
Settings permitted in
UL S527:
Page Inhibited (in Canada
only)
6.1
NO
YES
User Configurable LED
Page Inhibited when in
FACP alarm or alarm test
condition.
Circuit Types
This section refers to any field wiring involved in communication between boards, speakers, or
strobes. These connections include: Initiating Device Circuits and Notification Appliance
Circuits (NAC). All NACs are synchronized by internally or externally generated control
signals. When a FACP is used, it has full control as to how the system responds to an alarm or
manual control request.
6.2
Initiating Device Circuit
The AUDMAX-MASTER may use a FACP as an Initiating Device Circuit via the Signaling Line
Circuit or Relay Activation or Sync Input.
6.2.1 Relay Inputs
The AUDMAX-MASTER may receive initiating relay signals from the FACP:
•
for either Stage 1 or Stage 2 alarm activation (as common relay)
6.2.2 Synch Inputs
The AUDMAX-MASTER can receive a synchronizing signal from the FACP for panel and NAC
control.
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Notes: The inter-panel synchronization supports up to a total of four units.
Sample setups:
• one AUDMAX-MASTER panel (generating synchronization) and three AUDMAX-BP units
• one AUDMAX-MASTER panel and a FACP (regenerating synchronization from FACP) and two
AUDMAX-BP units
• one AUDMAX-BP unit (generating synchronization) and three AUDMAX-BP units
6.3
NAC (Output) Circuits Types
Signal
Used by audible devices, such as bells and piezo mini-horns. The AUDMAX-MASTER permits
synchronized NAC function. While sounding, these devices follow the pattern appropriate for
the condition:
•
the configured Evacuation Code (default is Temporal Code) during Single-Stage Alarm
•
Two-Stage General Alarm
•
the Alert Code during Two-Stage’s Alert (First) Stage.
Strobe
Visual devices, such as strobes, use no code pattern (flash as continuous).
Synchronized Strobes
These are visual devices (such as strobes) that support Mircom, Potter, System Sensor,
Gentex, Wheelock proprietary code patterns and require configuration to the appropriate
pattern.
6.4
NAC Sync Modes
The AUDMAX-MASTER is capable of generating signal rates internally or receiving the
synchronizing signals externally. Also, the AUDMAX-MASTER can synchronize the signal
rates for another AUDMAX-BP in a Master - Slave relationship.
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Notes: All NAC circuits are synchronized.
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Notes: The inter-panel synchronization supports up to a total of four units.
Sample setups:
• one AUDMAX-MASTER panel (generating synchronization) and three AUDMAX-BP units
• one AUDMAX-MASTER panel and a FACP (regenerating synchronization from FACP) and two
AUDMAX-BP units
• one AUDMAX-BP unit (generating synchronization) and three AUDMAX-BP units
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6.4.1 Internal Sync Mode
In this mode all signal and synchronizing strobe rates are produced in the AUDMAX-MASTER.
When a NAC circuit is initiated by the FACP, the NAC output signals are internally generated
based on how the software is configured.
The Sync Outputs will be activated when one of the NAC circuits has been activated. If two
stage operation is used, Sync Output1 produces the rate for the first stage signal and Sync
Output 2 produces the rate for the second stage signal.
To enable Internal Sync Mode:
1. Configure in Software utility
For information on the configurator software, see Chapter 10.0 Configuration - Software.
6.4.2 External Sync Mode
In this mode, externally generated synchronizing information is feed to the AUDMAXMASTER. The AUDMAX-MASTER outputs follow the signal pattern of the Sync Input. All
synchronization signals are supplied either from the FACP or from the AUDMAX-MASTER.
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Attention: If a Sync signal is disconnected then devices following that signal will
cease functioning.
Notes: The inter-panel synchronization supports up to a total of four units.
Sample setups:
• one AUDMAX-MASTER panel (generating synchronization) and three AUDMAX-BP units
• one AUDMAX-MASTERpanel and a FACP (regenerating synchronization from FACP) and two
AUDMAX-BP units
• one AUDMAX-BP unit (generating synchronization) and three AUDMAX-BP units
To enable External Sync Mode:
1. Configure in Software.
6.4.3 Redundant Input
The system continuously monitors the SLC loop. If there is no activity for an extended period
(80 seconds typical), an SLC trouble will be generated.
If multiple inputs are mapped to the same output zone then, as a redundancy, any single input
of the zone will activate that zone’s output.
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6.5
NAC Evacuation Codes
6.5.1 Single stage codes
Continuous
On 100% of the time.
Temporal Code
0.5 second on, 0.5 second off, 0.5 second on, 0.5 second off, 0.5 second on, 1.5 second off,
then repeat.
March Code
0.5 second on, 0.5 second off.
California Code
5 seconds on, 10 seconds off.
6.5.2 Two-stage codes
Alert Code
0.5 second on, 2.5 seconds off.
General Alarm
Evacuation code as selected from above.
Continuous
0.5s
Temporal Code
0.5s
March Code
1.5s
0.5s
0.5s
5s
10s
0.5s
2.5s
California Code
Alert Code
Figure 53 Evacuation Codes
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6.6
Audio Message Playback
The AUDMAX-MASTER comes factory configured with 8 pre-recorded messages. The
AUDMAX-MASTER can play user supplied messages as well.
The pre-recorded messages are:
•
Alert (Stage 1)
•
Evacuation (Stage 2)
•
False alarm
•
Alarm cleared
•
Bell Continuous
•
Slow Whoop Continuous
•
Temporal Tone (Code 3)
To play a pre-recorded message:
1. Select the zone(s) to alert.
To select a zone, hold down the button for the zone until the zone’s green LED
illuminates steady. To alert all zones at once, select All Call.
2. Select the message needed to play.
To select a message, hold down the button for the message until the message’s green
LED illuminates steady. While the message is playing, the Message Active LED lights
green.
3. After the message has played, either
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•
hold down the message button and the zone button(s) to deselect them;
•
press Clear Selection to clear selected LEDs.
6.7
Paging
Use the microphone on the AUDMAX-MASTER, an AUDMAX-RM remote microphone call
box, or an AUDMAX-LOCR local operating console to page zones. Use All Call to page all
zones at the same time.
To page the audio system with the AUDMAX-MASTER OR AUDMAX-LOCR:
1. From the control panel, select the zone(s) to page by pressing that zone button until its
LED indicates green.
If All Call is selected, all zone LEDs will light.
If no zones are selected, the page will go to all zones (same as selecting All Call).
2. Unhook the microphone from its housing, and then press the Push-To-Talk (PTT) button
on the microphone.
The Clear Selection LED indicates green and Pre-Tone Active LED indicates green. If
the Clear Selection LED does not light green, then another microphone with a higher
priority has control of the audio channel. The system will not page when another
operator’s microphone has control. The AUDMAX-MASTER master microphone has
highest priority.
3. When the Ready To Page LED lights green, the operator may begin the page.
4. When finished the page, release the PTT button on the microphone.
Any pre-selected zone LEDs will signal steady and those zones will remain available for
further paging. Press Clear Selection to clear all active zone indicators.
If an All Call was made, all zones and zone LEDs will reset when the PTT button is
released.
To page the audio system with the AUDMAX-RM:
1. Unhook the microphone from its housing, and then press the Push-To-Talk (PTT) button
on the microphone.
If the System in Use LED flashes yellow, another microphone with a higher priority has
control of the audio channel. The system will not page when another operator’s
microphone has control. The AUDMAX-MASTER master microphone has highest
priority.
2. When the Ready To Page LED lights green, begin the page.
3. When finished the page, release the PTT button on the microphone.
Page Inhibited on the AUDMAX-MASTER or AUDMAX-LOCR:
1. During a page or prior to beginning a page, the FACP triggers an alarm or fire drill. On
the FACP, alarm visual indicators will illuminate and any assigned alarm message will
play.
The assigned LED for the Page Inhibited will flash yellow at trouble rate, indicating why
paging will not function.
Note: During the Page Inhibited, the PTT will not activate a page until the user-set period
of time expires.
2. Wait until the Page Inhibited LED is extinguished (even if alarm is active) then press PTT
button, pre-tone will play, and paging ability resumes.
Note: Alarm may continue after page is complete depending on configurator alarm
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duration settings.
Page Inhibited on the AUDMAX-RM:
1. During a page or prior to beginning a page, the FACP triggers an alarm or fire drill. On
the FACP, alarm visual indicators will illuminate and any assigned alarm message will
play.
The System In Use LED for the Page Inhibited will flash yellow at trouble rate, indicating
why paging will not function.
Note: During the Page Inhibited, the PTT will not activate a page until the user-set period
of time expires.
2. Wait until the System In Use LED is extinguished (even if alarm is active) then press PTT
button, pre-tone will play, and paging ability resumes.
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6.8
Notes: Alarm may continue after page is complete depending on configurator alarm
duration settings.
Audio Priorities
The AUDMAX-MASTER prioritizes audio channels in the following order:
1. AUDMAX-MASTER master microphone
2. AUDMAX-RM remote microphone or AUDMAX-LOCR
Remote microphone priorities are configured either as first-come-first-served or by
remote microphone addresses. For information on setting remote microphone priorities,
see SW2 address on AUDMAX-RM and AUDMAX-LOCR board.
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Notes: AUDMAX-RM and AUDMAX-LOCR addresses MUST be sequential and without
numerical gaps.
3. Manual activation.
4. Automatic activation.
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7.0 Testing
This chapter describes testing functionality of the AUDMAX-MASTER and its
components
This chapter explains
•
Testing For AUDMAX-MASTER or AUDMAX-LOCR
•
Testing For AUDMAX-RM
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7.1
Testing For AUDMAX-MASTER or AUDMAX-LOCR
7.1.1 Visual Indicator Test
1. Press and hold the “Visual Indicator Test” button.
2. Observe that all indicators are functional by illuminating in sequence.
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Note:
The CPU fail LED will not illuminate during this test.
7.1.2 Microphone Test
1. Press and hold the PTT on the microphone.
The “All Call” LED will illuminate, and all zones should have green LEDs illuminated.
The “Pre-Tone Active” LED will illuminate green and a pre-tone is audible.
The “Ready To Page” LED will then illuminate green.
2. Make a test announcement, and ensure that it is audible at speaker outputs in all zones.
7.1.3 Automatic Initiation
Test this functionality if the system is connected to an FACP.
1. Initiate an alarm at the FACP.
Observe that the “Alarm Active” LED illuminates on the AUDMAX-MASTER or
AUDMAX-LOCR.
2. The corresponding zones will have an audible message playing and visible devices
activated.
The zone indicators will illuminate.
7.1.4 Message Selection
Follow this procedure for testing of each zone individually.
1. Select the zone for testing.
2. Select one of the pre-programmed messages.
3. Listen to ensure that message plays back correctly through the zones.
4. Cycle through all pre-programmed messages, and ensure they play back correctly.
5. Then press the “Reset” button.
All zone and message selections will clear, and the system will return to normal.
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7.2
Testing For AUDMAX-RM
1. Press and hold the PTT on the microphone.
The “Pre-Tone Active” LED will illuminate then a pre-tone will play.
The “Ready To Page” LED will then illuminate.
Make a test announcement, and ensure that it is audible at speaker outputs.
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8.0 Sample Implementations
The AUDMAX-MASTER may be configured for individual unit control or
control via a Fire Alarm Control Panel. Options can include: 1-Stage or 2Stage activation for fire alarm, emergency messaging, or Mass Notification.
The local microphone panels control paging and zone control.
This chapter explains
•
Sample Uses of the AUDMAX-MASTER system:
•
Stand Alone Use
•
Conventional Fire Alarm
•
Addressable (or Intelligent) Fire Alarm Panel
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8.1
Sample Uses of the AUDMAX-MASTER system:
8.1.1 Stand Alone Use
Notification and Small Emergency Application
This implementation is useful for places of assembly: places of worship, community centers,
and auditoriums. NOT intended for fire use. The AUDMAX-MASTER is not connected to a
FACP.
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Note:
Pre-recorded messages can translated into client languages are helpful in multilingual situations or environments.
Benefits of this configuration:
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•
All activation is by manual zone control and message selection.
•
The local microphone controls system paging and zone control, but up to six Remote
Microphones or LOC panels may be added for making announcements away from main
panel.
3rd
Floor
2nd
Floor
Speakers
1st
Floor
AUDMAX-RM
AUDMAX-MASTER
AUDMAX-LOCR
Figure 54 Public Annunciation System for Multi-Floor Building
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Auditorium
Hallway
General Use
Room
Speakers
Hallway
Operations
Entrance
Office
AUDMAX-RM
AUDMAX-RM
AUDMAX-MASTER
AUDMAX-LOCR
Figure 55 Public Annunciating System for a Single Floor Multi-Use Building
8.1.2 Conventional Fire Alarm
Combined Fire Alarm, Audio Messaging, and Emergency Audio
The same layout as the Stand Alone Use, but with automatic fire message initiation via a
Conventional Fire Alarm Control Panel.
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Options for this configuration:
•
The AUDMAX-MASTER can interface with any conventional FACP (i.e. Mircom FA-1000
AND FA-300 series) using dry contacts and/or NAC.
•
The local microphone panel controls paging and zone control.
•
Up to six Remote Microphones or LOC panels may be added for making
announcements at locations away from the main panel.
•
The AUDMAX-MASTER can support up to 5 Booster Panels for expansion and added
broadcast power.
•
The Master AUDMAX-MASTER Panel communicates with and streams audio to
boosters over RS-485.
3rd
Floor
AUDMAX-RM
2nd
Floor
AUDMAX-RM
Speakers
1st
Floor
via NAC and/or
Dry Contacts
AUDMAX-MASTER
AUDMAX-RM
FACP
AUDMAX-RM
Figure 56 Conventional Fire Alarm
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8.1.3 Addressable (or Intelligent) Fire Alarm Panel
Combined Fire Alarm, Audio Messaging, and Emergency Audio
The main feature for this configuration is the ability to interface with a Fire Alarm Control Panel
via SLC communications (i.e.Mircom FX-2000, FleX-Net, MR-2200 Secutron, and FX-3500).
This configuration allows:
•
between the FACP and AUDMAX-MASTER, the SLC permits advanced control and
reporting over a 2 wire pair
•
retrofit for pre-existing FACP systems
•
Fire plus emergency paging and/or mass notification
•
automatic activation by FACP
•
emergency message to activate manually
Expansion options include:
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•
up to 6 remote microphones and/or LOCs in total
•
up to 5 booster panels or 6 panels in total
4th
Floor
AUDMAX-RM
3rd
Floor
AUDMAX-RM
2nd
Floor
AUDMAX-RM
Speakers
1st
Floor
via SLC
AUDMAX-MASTER
AUDMAX-RM
FACP
AUDMAX-RM
Figure 57 Fire Alarm Panel linked via SLC to Master Panel
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Up to 5 AUDMAX-BP units
per system
5th
Floor
RS-485
AUDMAX-BP
4th
Floor
AUDMAX-RM
3rd
Floor
AUDMAX-RM
2nd
Floor
AUDMAX-RM
Speakers
1st
Floor
via SLC
AUDMAX-MASTER
AUDMAX-RM
FACP
AUDMAX-RM
Figure 58 Fire Alarm Control Panel with distributed AUDMAX-MASTER system
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9.0 Configuration
The chapter describes how to configure the AUDMAX-MASTER with the
switches located on the main board.
This chapter explains:
•
AUDMAX-MASTER Main or Booster Board Switch Locations
•
DIP Switch Configuration
•
Remote Mic or LOC Switch Locations and Configuration
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9.1
AUDMAX-MASTER Main or Booster Board Switch Locations
The AUDMAX-MASTER requires a unique address for each board to be identified by other
devices and FACPs.The DIP switch SW1 allows the identification of each AUDMAX-MASTER
main or Booster board when wired up together. Once properly addressed, AUDMAX-MASTER
boards will correctly route control and audio signals to the proper destinations or zones. It
permits the correct zone call or control hierarchy for the remote microphones.
The following diagram shows the location of the one DIP switch (SW1) used to configure the
AUDMAX-MASTER.
+Dipswitch
SW1
Figure 59 AUDMAX-MASTER DIP Switch location
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9.1.1 Setting the DIP switch
There is 1 bank of DIP switch bits on the AUDMAX-MASTER main board: SW1.
This DIP switch bank has 8 switches, numbered 1 to 8. Flipping a switch up places it in the ON
position. For the purposes of the configuration tables ON = 1 and OFF = 0. For an
illustration of the DIP switch settings see Figure 60.
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Note:
The Master Panel must have Panel ID# ‘1’ and the Factory Default of Panel ID of
0 will cause a Trouble indication.
1-0-0-0-0-0-0-0
ON
1
OFF
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Figure 60 DIP switch positions
Panel ID
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
Bit 4
Bit 5
Bit 6
Bit 7
Bit 8
1
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
2
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
3
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
4
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
5
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
6
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
Table 17Panel Address DIP Switch Bits
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9.2
DIP Switch Configuration
The Panel Address is set using the DIP switch, located on the bottom left of the AUDMAXMASTER or AUDMAX-BP main boards, and using the configurator software.
Configuration is done by setting DIP switch SW 1 to the desired address. Addresses can be
set to any value from 1 to 6 but it MUST match the software configurator settings.
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9.3
Note:
The Master Panel must have Panel ID# ‘1’ and the Factory Default of Panel ID of
0 will cause a Trouble indication.
Remote Mic or LOC Switch Locations and Configuration
The AUDMAX-RM and AUDMAX-LOCR board have one rotary switch used to set the RS-485
address on the remote microphone. Rotary switch SW2 is used to set the value for the RS-485
address.
See the following figure for the positions of these switches on the remote microphone board.
In order to access the board on the AUDMAX-RM, remove the cover plate from the remote
microphone.
TS4 TS5 TS3
IN OUT IN OUT
+s - + s - +- +AUDIO 24VDC
TS1
IN
TS2
OUT
+s- +sSW2
RS-485
P1
Black
TS6 Red
Shield
Green
White
P2
Figure 61 AUDMAX-RM and AUDMAX-LOCR board
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Figure 62 AUDMAX-RM and AUDMAX-LOCR Rotary Switch close up
To set the RS-485 address on a remote microphone:
1. Set rotary SW2 to the appropriate value for the necessary address.
Addresses must be consecutive and must start at 1. The highest numerical RS-485
address assigned must match the number of remote microphones set in the
configuration software.
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10.0 System Checkout
This chapter describes the proper field wiring for the AUDMAX-MASTER.
This chapter explains
•
System Checkout
•
Troubleshooting
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10.1 System Checkout
The following are the recommended steps before and during the powering up of the AUDMAXMASTER.
10.1.1 Before Turning The Power ON
1. To prevent sparking, DO NOT connect the batteries first. Connecting the batteries is only
to be done after the system has been powered from the main AC Supply.
2. Check all field (external) wiring for opens, shorts, and ground.
3. Check that all interconnection cables are secure, and that all terminals are plugged-in
properly.
4. Check all Jumpers and Switches for proper setting.
5. Check the AC power wiring for proper connection.
6. Check that the chassis is connected to EARTH GROUND (cold water pipe).
7. Close the front cover plate before powering the system from main AC supply.
10.1.2 Power-up Procedure
1. After completing the previous procedures, power-up the panel. The green AC-ON LED
should illuminate.
2. Since the batteries are not connected, the Battery Trouble LED should illuminate, the
Trouble / Trouble Silence LED should flash and the Common Trouble Relay (on the
main board) will be active.
3. Connect the batteries while observing correct polarity; the red wire is positive (+) and
black wire is negative (-).
4. All indicators should extinguish except for the normal power AC-ON green LED.
10.2 Troubleshooting
The following are common methods to solving Circuit Ground Fault, Battery, and Common
Troubles.
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10.2.1 Troubleshooting using LEDs
The AUDMAX-MASTER board uses LEDs to indicate activity and trouble events. The
following procedures allow the operator to quickly diagnose board health or eliminate the most
common system issues.
CPU
Transmiting
RS485 IN
Receiving
RS485 OUT
Receiving
SLC
Remote Mic
Trouble
Relay 1
Trouble
Relay 1
Active
Synch
Output
Relay 2
Active
Relay 2
Trouble
RS485 OUT
Trouble
AC
Trouble
Aux 24V
Synch
Input 1
Common
Trouble
Alarm
Synch
Input 2
OUTPUT 1
NAC 1
Trouble
NAC 1
ON
NAC 2
Trouble
NAC 2
ON
OUTPUT 2
RS485 IN
Trouble
Synch Output
Trouble
Power
CPU
FAIL
Battery
Trouble
Ground
Fault
Main Mic
Trouble
Trouble
Buzzer
For (Future
Use)
Figure 63 AUDMAX-MASTER Board LEDs
1. For Common Trouble, look at AUDMAX-MASTER Main Display for indication of
•
AC Power
•
Ground Fault
•
CPU Fail
•
Zone(s) Trouble
2. Examine AUDMAX-MASTER board for Trouble LEDs.
3. Examine AUDMAX-MASTER board for COMMS LEDs.
4. Check AUDMAX-MASTER Main Display Connection (no dedicated LED).
5. Confirm Configurator Software matches Hardware configuration (i.e. missing amplifier
board).
6. Check Panel Address DIP Switch settings.
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10.2.2 Circuit Trouble
When a circuit trouble occurs, the Trouble / Trouble Silence indicator will be illuminated, the
Trouble Buzzer will sound, and the Common Trouble Relay will be Active. Additionally, the
corresponding LED on the particular main board will be illuminated. This can be viewed by
opening the panel and looking along the top of the board. To correct the fault, check for open
wiring, shorts, and missing EOL on that particular circuit loop.
10.2.3 Battery Trouble
Check for the presence of batteries, their conditions, and any conduits in AUDMAX-MASTER,
AUDMAX-BP, and MMX-BC-160 External Battery Cabinets. Low voltage (below 20.4V) will
cause a battery trouble. If battery trouble condition persists, replace batteries as soon as
possible.
10.2.4 Trouble / Trouble Silence
If only a Trouble / Trouble Silence is indicated on the main panel and none of those above
confirming trouble indicators are on, then check the following for possible fault.
•
consult AUDMAX-MASTER main board for LEDs first. FACP will display more
information (if configured). AUDMAX-LOCR will display similar information.
•
inspect for any missing interconnection wiring
•
inspect for improperly secured cabling or cable ties
•
appraise state of wires, shielding, isolation components (i.e. ground wire)
10.2.5 Ground Faults
A ground fault indication means that a wire is completing an electrical circuit but not by
following its intended path. The ground fault LED will light when the AUDMAX-MASTER
detects a change in voltage beyond the necessary range for its programming.
To determine location of ground fault:
1. Unplug terminals to isolate involved circuits and/or terminals.
2. Use a voltmeter on the suspect wiring to measure for any out of range voltages, based
on the panel configuration.
3. Replace the necessary components.
4. Once the ground fault is remedied, the ground fault LED will not illuminate and all other
indicators should show normal operation.
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11.0 Appendix A - Specifications And
Features
Table 18AUDMAX-MASTER and AUDMAX-BP Specifications and Features
AUDMAX-MASTER and AUDMAX-BP Chassis
General
Micro-controller based design and software configurator.
NAC Circuits
2 Style Y or Z (Class B or A) configurable as strobes or audibles. Terminals are
labelled “NAC 1” and “NAC 2”.
Power limited / Regulated 24 VDC / 2.5 Amp @ 49° C per Circuit
Aux. Power Supply.
Terminal labelled AUX 24V.
Power limited / 24 VDC Filtered (special application) / 0.2 Amp @ 49° C
Special applications compatible for the following devices:
• AUDMAX-RM
• AUDMAX-LOCR
Auxiliary relays
(resistive loads)
Electrical ratings
Must be connected to a Listed Power-Limited Source of Supply. Terminals are
labelled COM TBL, AC TBL, and ALARM.
Common Trouble
30 VDC, 1 Amp
AC Trouble
30 VDC, 1 Amp
Alarm
30 VDC, 1 Amp
AC line voltage
120VAC 60Hz/240VAC 50Hz, 20A slow blow
fuse on secondary of transformer
Power supply rating
29VAC 10A maximum (secondary of
transformer)
120VAC 60Hz 3.1Amp (maximum primary of
transformer)
240VAC 50Hz 1.57Amp (maximum primary of
transformer)
Total load not to exceed 9.5A at 24VDC
NAC Circuits
24VDC regulated, Power-Limited
5 Amp Total, 2.5 Amp maximum per circuit
Battery
Compliance
Type
2 x 12VDC, Gel-Cell/Sealed Lead-Acid
Charging capability
12Ah to 75Ah batteries
Maximum charging current
5 Amp
System Model
AUDMAX-MASTER Small Audio System
Applicable Standards
UL-1711 Rev 4, UL-864 Rev 9, and ULC-S527 2011
Environmental
Use in indoor and dry environment only.
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AUDMAX-RM
General
Remote Microphone module Microphone with PTT for all-call functionality.
Note: Not for use in Canada
Electrical ratings
Standby
13 mA
Alarm
16.1 mA
Environmental
Use in indoor and dry environment
only.
QAD-30
General
Amplifier module for AUDMAX-MASTER or AUDMAX-BP.
•Selectable 70.7Vrms or 25Vrms output
•Two fully supervised Class "A" or "B" speaker zones
•Freq. response +/-3dB from 400 to 4000Hz
Electrical ratings
Standby
31mA
Alarm
2.025A
Environmental
Use in indoor and dry environment
only.
AUDMAX-LOCR
General
Remote user interface with microphone.
•Full user interface for zone and message selection
•Microphone with PTT
•Extra slot for QAZT-5302DS 24-Zone Controller
Note: Not for use in Canada
Electrical ratings
Standby
23mA
Alarm
40mA
Environmental
Use in indoor and dry environment
only.
QAZT-5302
General
24-Zone Controller.
Mounts in AUDMAX-MASTER and AUDMAX-LOCR units to provide expanded,
configurable zone control.
Electrical ratings
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Standby
10mA
Alarm
15mA
Environmental
Use in indoor and dry environment
only.
12.0 Appendix B - Power Supply & Battery
Calculations
Use the form below to determine the required Secondary Power Supply (batteries) for each AUDMAXMASTER/ AUDMAX-BP and its accessories.
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Note:
Secondary Power Supply (Battery) circuit is supervised, if software is configured
for batteries.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
The main AC branch circuit connection for Fire Alarm Control Unit must provide a dedicated continuous power without provision of any
disconnect devices. Use #12 AWG wire with 600-volt insulation and proper over-current circuit protection that complies with the local
codes. Refer to 11.0 Appendix A - Specifications And Features on page 115 for specifications.
Power Requirements (All currents are in amperes)
Model Number
AUDMAXMASTER /
AUDMAX-BP
Description
Qty
Main Chassis Board +
Display Board /
Booster Chassis Board
1
Standby
Total
Stand
by
Alarm
Total
Alarm
X
0.215 /
0.210
=0.215
/ 0.210
0.220 / 0.210
=0.220
/ 0.210
QAD-30
30 Watt Amplifier
X
0.031
=
D
=
AUDMAX-RM
Remote Microphone
X
0.013
=
0.0161
=
AUDMAX-LOCR
Local Operating
Console RMIC +
Display Board
X
0.023
=
0.040
=
QAZT-5302DS
24 Zone Controller
X
0.010
=
0.015
=
NAC Signal Load (bells, horns, strobes, and
etc.)*
Total currents (Add above currents)
X
=
STANDBY
(A)
ALARM
(B)
*For multiple current (range) rated products, the highest current ratings are to be used.
Battery Calculations continued on next page...
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Total Speaker Current Requirement During Alarm (D)
Total Wattage of Speakers
Amplifier Current
Up to 5W
0.431
Up to 10W
0.703
Up to 15W
1.028
Up to 20W
1.311
Up to 25W
1.649
Up to 30W
2.025
Total Current Requirement ALARM (B)______ Amps.
Battery Capacity Requirement
([STANDBY (A)______] X [(24 or 60 Hours)___]) + ([ALARM (B)______] X [*Alarm in Hr.] _____) = (C)______AH
Battery Selection
Multiply (C) by 1.25 to derate battery.
Batteries BAT-12V7A(7AH), BAT-12V12A(12AH), and BAT-12V18A(18AH) will fit into the AUDMAX-MASTER
and AUDMAX-BP chassis. For larger batteries, use the MMX-BC-160 battery cabinet.
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13.0 Appendix C - ULI Compatible Devices
13.1 Synchronized Strobes
Table 19ULI Compatible Synchronized Strobes
Manufacturer
Brand
Mircom/Potter
Mircom
System Sensor
System Sensor
Wheelock
Wheelock
Gentex
Gentex
Strobe Model
Max. Strobe/NAC
FS-340R (or FS-340W)
40
SR (or SW)
36
STR (or STW)
43
GES3-24WR (or GES3-24WW)
25
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14.0 Appendix D: ULC Compatible
Speakers
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Note:
Use UL compatible listed 24V or 70V speakers.
Table 20Table of ULC Compatible Speakers
Model Number
dbA @ 10 feet
Mounting and Shape
4” Speakers (70V)
SP-104A-70 (4"round)
1/4 watt
85 dbA
IB-104 Recessed
Round
SP-204A-70 (4"square)
1/2 watt
86 dbA
IB-204 Recessed, IB-404 Surface
Square
1 watt
89 dbA
2 watts
91 dbA
IB-604 Recessed
Rectangle
1/4 watt
85 dbA
IB-104 Recessed
Round
1/2 watt
86 dbA
1 watt
89 dbA
IB-204 Recessed, IB-404 Surface
Square
2 watts
91 dbA
1/4 watt
85 dbA
IB-104 Recessed
Round
SP-504-70A (4"square)
1/2 watt
86 dbA
IB-204 Recessed, IB-404 Surface
Square
SP-404SW-70A (4"round)
1 watt
89 dbA
IB-104 Recessed
Round
2 watts
91 dbA
IB-204 Recessed, IB-404 Surface
Square
1/4 watt
83 dbA
IB-108 Recessed
Round
1/2 watt
87 dbA
1 watt
90 dbA
IB-208 Recessed, IB-408 Surface
Square
2 watts
93 dbA
SP-304A-70 (retrofit)
Strobe Speakers (70V)
SPS-104A-70 (4"round)
SPS-204A-70 (4"square)
Silenceable Speakers (70V)
SP-404-70A (4"round)
SP-504SW-70A (4” square)
8” Speakers (70V)
SP-108-70 (8"round)
SP-208-70 (8"square)
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15.0 Appendix E - UL Compatible
Speakers with Secutron QAD-30 AUDMAX
Amplifier and Temporal 520Hz Square
Wave Low Frequency Signal
15.1
Secutron Amplifier
Model
Description
QAD-30
25 or 70 Volt 30 Watt Amplifier
15.2
Secutron Temporal 520Hz Square Wave Low Frequency Signal
UL tested Secutron temporal 520Hz square wave has three matching signal inputs available in
the AUDMAX Configurator library. Refer to the following table for recommended signal input
selection for UL application according to the speaker manufacturer and amplifier voltage.
Speaker/Strobe
Manufacturer
Temporal 520Hz Square
Wave Low Frequency
Signal
Level Setting
Amplifier Voltage Setting
QAD-30
25V
70V
System Sensor
Sq_520Hz
X
X
Gentex
Sq_520Hz
X
X
Sq_520Hz_M
X
WheelockKw
Sq_520Hz_H
X
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15.3
System Sensor Speakers
Model
Description
Back Box
SPR, SPW
Wall Mount Speaker,
Red / White, c/w 25V/
70.7V Output, ¼, ½, 1
and 2W
Flush mount on 4 x 4 standard outlet box; or
Wall Mount Speaker/
Strobe, Red / White, c/w
25/70.7V Output, ¼, ½,
1 and 2W, 15, 15/75, 30,
75, 95, 110, 115 cd
Flush Mount on 4 x 4 standard outlet box; or
Wall Mount Speaker/
Strobe, Red/White, c/w
25/70.7V Output, ¼, ½,
1 and 2W; 135, 150,
177, and 185 cd
Flush Mount on 4 x 4 standard outlet box; or
SPSR-P, SPSWP
Wall Mount Speaker/
Strobe, Red/White, No
Markings, c/w 25/70.7V
Output, ¼, ½, 1 and 2W,
15, 15/75, 30, 75, 95,
110, 115 cd
Flush Mount on 4 x 4 standard outlet box; or
SPSRH-P,
SPSWH-P
Wall Mount Speaker/
Strobe, Red/White No
Markings, c/w 25/70.7V
Output, ¼, ½, 1 and 2W,
135, 150, 177, and 185
cd
Flush Mount on 4 x 4 standard outlet box; or
SPSW-ALERT
Wall Mount Speaker/
Strobe, White, c/w
Amber Lens and Alert
Markings, 25/70.7V
Output, ¼, ½, 1 and
2W,15, 15/75, 30, 75,
95, 110, 115 cd
Flush Mount on 4 x 4 standard outlet box; or
Round Ceiling Speaker,
Red/White, c/w 25/
70.7V Output, ¼, ½, 1
and 2W
Flush mount on 4 x 4 standard outlet box; or
SPSR, SPSW
SPSRH, SPSWH
SPCR, SPCW
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Surface mount on Back Box SBBSPR or
SBBSPRW;
Surface mount on Back Box SBBSPR or
SBBSPRW;
Surface mount on Back Box SBBSPR or
SBBSPRW;
Surface mount on Back Box SBBSPR or
SBBSPRW;
Surface mount on Back Box SBBSPR or
SBBSPRW;
Surface mount on Back Box SBBSPR or
SBBSPRW;
Surface mount on Back Box SBBCR or
SBBCW
Model
Description
Back Box
SPSCR, SPSCW
Round Ceiling Mount
Speaker/Strobe, Red/
white, c/w 25/70.7V
Output, ¼, ½, 1 and 2W,
15, 15/75, 30, 75, 95,
110, 115 cd
Flush mount on 4 x 4 standard outlet box; or
Round Ceiling Mount
Speaker/Strobe, Red/
White, c/w 25/70.7V
Output, ¼, ½, 1 and 2W,
135, 150, 177, and 185
cd
Flush mount on 4 x 4 standard outlet box; or
Round Ceiling Mount
Speaker/Strobe, White,
No Markings, c/w 25/
70.7V Output, ¼, ½, 1
and 2W, 15, 15/75, 30,
75, 95, 110, 115 cd
Flush mount on 4 x 4 standard outlet box; or
Round Ceiling Mount
Speaker/Strobe, White,
No Markings, c/w 25/
70.7V Output, ¼, ½, 1
and 2W, 135, 150, 177,
and 185 cd
Flush mount on 4 x 4 standard outlet box; or
Ceiling Mount Speaker/
Strobe, White, c/w Clear
Lens and Alert
Markings, 25/70.7V
Output, ¼, ½, 1 and 2W,
15, 15/75, 30, 75, 95,
110, 115 cd
Flush mount on 4 x 4 standard outlet box; or
SPSCRH,
SPSCWH
SPSCW-P
SPSCWH-P
SPSCW-CLRALERT
Surface mount on Back Box SBBCR or
SBBCW
Surface mount on Back Box SBBCR or
SBBCW
Surface mount on Back Box SBBCR or
SBBCW
Surface mount on Back Box SBBCR or
SBBCW
Surface mount on Back Box SBBCR or
SBBCW
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15.4
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Gentex Speakers
Model
Description
Back Box
SSPK24WLP*
WALL MOUNT
SPEAKER WITH
SELECTABLE STROBE
4 x 4 x 2-1/8 standard junction box;
SSPK24-15/
75WLP
Wall Mount Speaker with
Fixed 15/75 cd Strobe
4 x 4 x 2-1/8 standard junction box;
SSPKA24-15/
75WLP
Wall Mount Speaker with
Fixed 15/75 cd Strobe,
Amber Lens
4 x 4 x 2-1/8 standard junction box;
SSPKB24-15/
75WLP
Wall Mount Speaker with
Fixed 15/75 cd Strobe,
Blue Lens
4 x 4 x 2-1/8 standard junction box;
SSPKG24-15/
75WLP
Wall Mount Speaker with
Fixed 15/75 cd Strobe,
Green Lens
4 x 4 x 2-1/8 standard junction box;
SSPKR24-15/
75WLP
Wall Mount Speaker with
Fixed 15/75 cd Strobe,
Red Lens
4 x 4 x 2-1/8 standard junction box;
GBLP Back Box
GBLP Back Box
GBLP Back Box
GBLP Back Box
GBLP Back Box
GBLP Back Box
15.5
Wheelock Speakers
Model
Description
Back Box
E70-R
Wall/Ceiling-Mount
Speaker; Red/White/Nickel;
c/w 25V/70.7V Output; 1/8,
1/4, 1/2, 1, 2 W
Flush Mount on 4 x 4 x 2-1/8 standard
junction box, extension ring and surface
adapter.
E70-W
E70-N
E70-24MCW-FR
E70-24MCW-FW
E70-24MCW-FN
E70-241575W-FR
E70-241575W-FW
E70-241575W-FN
E70-24MCWH-FR
E70-24MCWH-FW
E70-24MCWH-FN
E90-R
E90-W
E90-N
E90-24MCC-FR
E90-24MCC-FW
E90-24MCC-FN
E90-24MCCH-FR
E90-24MCCH-FW
E90-24MCCH-FN
Wall-Mount Speaker/
Surface Mount on SBB Backbox.
Strobe; Red/White/Nickel; c/
w 25V/70.7V Output; 1/8, 1/
4, 1/2, 1, 2 W; 15, 30, 75,
110 cd
Wall-Mount Speaker/
Strobe; Red/White/Nickel; c/
w 25V/70.7V Output; 1/8, 1/
4, 1/2, 1, 2 W; 15/75 cd
Wall-Mount Speaker/
Strobe; Red/White/Nickel; c/
w 25V/70.7V Output; 1/8, 1/
4, 1/2, 1, 2 W; 135, 185 cd
Wall/Ceiling-Mount
Speaker; Red/White/Nickel;
c/w 25V/70.7V Output; 1/8,
1/4, 1/2, 1, 2 W
Flush Mount on 4 x 4 x 2-1/8 standard
junction box, extension ring and surface
adapter.
Ceiling-Mount Speaker/
Strobe; Red/White/Nickel; c/
w 25V/70.7V Output; 1/8, 1/
4, 1/2, 1, 2 W; 15, 30, 75, 95
cd
Ceiling-Mount Speaker/
Strobe; Red/White/Nickel; c/
w 25V/70.7V Output; 1/8, 1/
4, 1/2, 1, 2 W; 115, 177 cd
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16.0 Appendix F: Digital Voice Messages
List of the factory pre-recorded messages used as the AUDMAX-MASTER default
configuration. The user may record their own messages.
List of messages:
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Alert (Stage 1) “May we have your attention please...”
•
Evacuation (Stage 2) “Attention please, we have report of a fire...”
•
False alarm “Attention please, we have a false alarm...”
•
Alarm cleared “Attention please, the fire department has given clearance...”
•
Bell Continuous
•
Slow Whoop Continuous
•
Temporal Tone (Code 3)
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17.0 Warranty & Warning Information
17.1 Warning Please Read Carefully
Note to End Users: This equipment is subject to terms and conditions of sale as follows:
17.2 Note to Installers
This warning contains vital information. As the only individual in contact with system users, it is
operator’s responsibility to bring each item in this warning to the attention of the users of this
system. Failure to properly inform system end-users of the circumstances in which the system
might fail may result in over-reliance upon the system. As a result, it is imperative that you
properly inform each customer for whom you install the system of the possible forms of failure.
17.3 System Failures
This system has been carefully designed to be as effective as possible. There are
circumstances, such as fire or other types of emergencies where it may not provide protection.
Alarm systems of any type may be compromised deliberately or may fail to operate as
expected for a variety of reasons. Some reasons for system failure include:
17.3.1 Inadequate Installation
A Fire Alarm system must be installed in accordance with all the applicable codes and
standards in order to provide adequate protection. An inspection and approval of the initial
installation, or, after any changes to the system, must be conducted by the Local Authority
Having Jurisdiction. Such inspections ensure installation has been carried out properly.
17.3.2 Power Failure
Control units, smoke detectors and many other connected devices require an adequate power
supply for proper operation. If the system or any device connected to the system operates
from batteries, it is possible for the batteries to fail. Even if the batteries have not failed, they
must be fully charged, in good condition and installed correctly. If a device operates only by
AC power, any interruption, however brief, will render that device inoperative while it does not
have power. Power interruptions of any length are often accompanied by voltage fluctuations
which may damage electronic equipment such as a fire alarm system. After a power
interruption has occurred, immediately conduct a complete system test to ensure that the
system operates as intended.
17.3.3 Failure of Replaceable Batteries
Systems with wireless transmitters have been designed to provide several years of battery life
under normal conditions. The expected battery life is a function of the device environment,
usage and type. Ambient conditions such as high humidity, high or low temperatures, or large
temperature fluctuations may reduce the expected battery life. While each transmitting device
has a low battery monitor which identifies when the batteries need to be replaced, this monitor
may fail to operate as expected. Regular testing and maintenance will keep the system in
good operating condition.
17.3.4 Compromise of Radio Frequency (Wireless) Devices
Signals may not reach the receiver under all circumstances which could include metal objects
placed on or near the radio path or deliberate jamming or other inadvertent radio signal
interference.
17.3.5 System Users
A user may not be able to operate a panic or emergency switch possibly due to permanent or
temporary physical disability, inability to reach the device in time, or unfamiliarity with the
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correct operation. It is important that all system users be trained in the correct operation of the
alarm system and that they know how to respond when the system indicates an alarm.
17.3.6 Automatic Alarm Initiating Devices
Smoke detectors, heat detectors and other alarm initiating devices that are a part of this
system may not properly detect a fire condition or signal the control panel to alert occupants of
a fire condition for a number of reasons, such as: the smoke detectors or heat detector may
have been improperly installed or positioned; smoke or heat may not be able to reach the
alarm initiating device, such as when the fire is in a chimney, walls or roofs, or on the other
side of closed doors; and, smoke and heat detectors may not detect smoke or heat from fires
on another level of the residence or building.
17.3.7 Software
Most Secutron products contain software. With respect to those products, Secutron does not
warranty that the operation of the software will be uninterrupted or error-free or that the
software will meet any other standard of performance, or that the functions or performance of
the software will meet the user’s requirements. Secutron shall not be liable for any delays,
breakdowns, interruptions, loss, destruction, alteration or other problems in the use of a
product arising our of, or caused by, the software.
Every fire is different in the amount and rate at which smoke and heat are generated. Smoke
detectors cannot sense all types of fires equally well. Smoke detectors may not provide timely
warning of fires caused by carelessness or safety hazards such as smoking in bed, violent
explosions, escaping gas, improper storage of flammable materials, overloaded electrical
circuits, children playing with matches or arson.
Even if the smoke detector or heat detector operates as intended, there may be circumstances
when there is insufficient warning to allow all occupants to escape in time to avoid injury or
death.
17.3.8 Alarm Notification Appliances
Alarm Notification Appliances such as sirens, bells, horns, or strobes may not warn people or
waken someone sleeping if there is an intervening wall or door. If notification appliances are
located on a different level of the residence or premise, then it is less likely that the occupants
will be alerted or awakened. Audible notification appliances may be interfered with by other
noise sources such as stereos, radios, televisions, air conditioners or other appliances, or
passing traffic. Audible notification appliances, however loud, may not be heard by a hearingimpaired person.
17.3.9 Telephone Lines
If telephone lines are used to transmit alarms, they may be out of service or busy for certain
periods of time. Also, the telephone lines may be compromised by such things as criminal
tampering, local construction, storms or earthquakes.
17.3.10Insufficient Time
There may be circumstances when the system will operate as intended, yet the occupants will
not be protected from the emergency due to their inability to respond to the warnings in a
timely manner. If the system is monitored, the response may not occur in time enough to
protect the occupants or their belongings.
17.3.11Component Failure
Although every effort has been made to make this system as reliable as possible, the system
may fail to function as intended due to the failure of a component.
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17.3.12Inadequate Testing
Most problems that would prevent an alarm system from operating as intended can be
discovered by regular testing and maintenance. The complete system should be tested as
required by national standards and the Local Authority Having Jurisdiction and immediately
after a fire, storm, earthquake, accident, or any kind of construction activity inside or outside
the premises. The testing should include all sensing devices, keypads, consoles, alarm
indicating devices and any other operational devices that are part of the system.
17.3.13Security and Insurance
Regardless of its capabilities, an alarm system is not a substitute for property or life insurance.
An alarm system also is not a substitute for property owners, renters, or other occupants to act
prudently to prevent or minimize the harmful effects of an emergency situation.
IMPORTANT NOTE: End-users of the system must take care to ensure that the system,
batteries, telephone lines, etc. are tested and examined on a regular basis to ensure the
minimization of system failure.
17.4 Limited Warranty
Secutron Inc. warrants the original purchaser that for a period of two years from the date of
shipment, proprietary manufactured product shall be free of defects in materials and
workmanship, under normal use. During the warranty period, Secutron Inc. shall, at its option,
repair or replace any defective product upon return of the product to its factory, at no charge
for labor and materials. Non-proprietary, third party or OEM product shall be warranted in
accordance with the warranty period of the manufacturer. Any replacement and/or repaired
parts are warranted for the remainder of the original warranty or ninety (90) days, whichever is
longer. The original owner must promptly notify Secutron Inc. in writing that there is defect in
material or workmanship, such written notice to be received in all events prior to expiration of
the warranty period.
17.4.1 International Warranty
The warranty for international customers is the same as for any customer within Canada and
the United States, Secutron Inc. shall not be responsible for any customs fees, taxes, or VAT
that may be due.
17.4.2 Conditions to Void Warranty
This warranty applies only to defects in parts and workmanship relating to normal use. It does
not cover:
•
damage incurred in shipping or handling;
•
damage caused by disaster such as fire, flood, wind, earthquake or lightning;
•
damage due to causes beyond the control of Secutron such as excessive voltage,
mechanical shock or water damage;
•
damage caused by unauthorized attachment, alterations, modifications or foreign
objects;
•
damage caused by peripherals (unless such peripherals were supplied by Secutron);
•
defects caused by failure to provide a suitable installation environment for the products;
•
damage caused by use of the products for purposes other than those for which it was
designed;
•
damage from improper maintenance;
•
damage arising out of any other abuse, mishandling or improper application of the
products.
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17.5 Warranty Procedure
To obtain service under this warranty, please return the item(s) in question to the point of
purchase. All authorized distributors and dealers have a warranty program. Anyone returning
goods to Secutron must first obtain an authorization number. Secutron will not accept any
shipment whatsoever for which prior authorization has not been obtained. NOTE: Unless
specific pre-authorization in writing is obtained from Secutron management, no credits will be
issued for custom fabricated products or parts or for complete fire alarm system. Secutron will
at its sole option, repair or replace parts under warranty. Advance replacements for such items
must be purchased.
Note: Secutron Inc.’s liability for failure to repair the product under this warranty after a
reasonable number of attempts will be limited to a replacement of the product, as the exclusive
remedy for breach of warranty.
17.6 Disclaimer of Warranties
This warranty contains the entire warranty and shall be in lieu of any and all other warranties,
whether expressed or implied (including all implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for
a particular purpose) and of all other obligations or liabilities. Secutron Inc. neither assumes
nor authorizes any other person purporting to act on its behalf to modify or to change this
warranty, or to assume for it any other warranty or liability concerning this product.
This disclaimer of warranties and limited warranty are governed by the laws of the province of
Ontario, Canada.
17.7 Out of Warranty Repairs
Secutron will at its option repair or replace out-of-warranty products which are returned to its
factory according to the following conditions. Anyone returning goods to Secutron must first
obtain an authorization number. Secutron will not accept any shipment whatsoever for which
prior authorization has not been obtained.
Products which Secutron determines to be repairable will be repaired and returned. A set fee
which Secutron has predetermined and which may be revised from time to time, will be
charged for each unit repaired.
Products which Secutron determines not to be repairable will be replaced by the nearest
equivalent product available at that time. The current market price of the replacement product
will be charged for each replacement unit.
The foregoing information is accurate as of the date of publishing and is subject to change or
revision without prior notice at the sole discretion of the Company.
WARNING: Secutron Inc. recommends that the entire system be completely tested on a regular basis.
However, despite frequent testing, and due to, but not limited to, criminal tampering or electrical
disruption, it is possible for this product to fail to perform as expected.
NOTE: Under no circumstances shall Secutron Inc. be liable for any special, incidental, or
consequential damages based upon breach of warranty, breach of contract, negligence, strict liability,
or any other legal theory. Such damages include, but are not limited to, loss of profits, loss of the
product or any associated equipment, cost of capital, cost of substitute or replacement equipment,
facilities or services, down time, purchaser’s time, the claims of third parties, including customers, and
injury to property.
SECUTRON MAKES NO WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE WITH RESPECT TO ITS GOODS DELIVERED, NOR IS THERE ANY OTHER
WARRANTY, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, EXCEPT FOR THE WARRANTY CONTAINED HEREIN.
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