EST 1
 © EDWARDS SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY, INC.
This product has been designed to meet the requirements of NFPA Standard 72, 1993 Edition:
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc., Standard 864, 7th Edition; and Underwriters Laboratories of
Canada, Inc., Standard ULC S527. Installation in accordance with this manual, applicable codes,
and the instructions of the Authority Having Jurisdiction i Is mandatory.
EST, Inc. shall not under any circumstances be liable for any incidental or consequential damages
arising from loss of property or other damages or losses owing to the failure of EST, Inc. products
beyond the cost of repair or replacement of any defective products.
EST, Inc. reserves the right to make product improvements and change product specifications at
Fany time. .
The contents of this manual and the related software program are proprietary in nature and are
intended solely for distribution to authorized persons, companies, distributors, and/or others for
the sole purpose of conducting business associated with Edwards Systems Technology, Inc. The
§ distribution of information contained with this manual to unauthorized persons shall constitute a
violation of any distributor agreements and may require the implementation of legal proceedings.
FCC WARNING
This equipment can generate and radiate radio frequency energy. If this equipment is not installed
in accordance with this manual, it may cause interference to radio communications. This
equipment has been tested and found to comply within the limits for Class A computing devices
pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These rules are designed to provide
reasonable protection against such interference when this equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. Operation of this equipment is likely to cause interference, in which case the user at
his own expense, will be required to take whatever measures may be required to correct the
interference.
— While every precaution was taken during the preparation of this manual to ensure the accuracy of its
contents, EST assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions.
USA USA Canada International
6411 Parkland Drive = 90 Fieldstone Court 625 6™ Street East 201 City Centre Drive
Sarasota, Florida Cheshire, Connecticut Owen Sound, Ontairo Suite 1105
- USA 34243 . USA 06410-1212 Canada N4K 5P8 Mississauga, Ontario
Tel: 941 739-4300 Tel: 203 699-3000 Tel: 519 376-2430 Canada L5B 2T4
Fax: 941 753-1806 íFax:203 699-3075 | Рах: 519 376-7258 Tel: 905 270-1711
Fax: 905 270-9553
FCC Information
[ 1. The dialer complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules. The Dialer FCC registration number and the Ringer
| Equivalence Number (REN) are on the back of the dialer. This information must be provided to the telephone
company, if requested.
12. An FCC compliant telephone cord and modular plug cord is supplied with the dialer. The dialer is designed to be
connected to the telephone network using the supplied cord and an RJ31X or RJ38X jack, which must also
comply with FCC Part 68 rules. |
3. The REN is used to determine the quantity of devices which may be connected to the telephone line. Excessive
REN on the telephone line may result in the devices not ringing in response to an incoming call. in most, but
not all areas, the sum of RENs should not exceed five (5). To be certain the number of devices that may be
“connected to a line, as determined by the total RENs, contact the local telephone company.
5. If the dialer causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company will notify you in advance that
| temporary discontinuance of service may be required. If advance notice isn't practical, the telephone company
—_ will notify you as soon as possible. You will also be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC, if you
believe it is necessary. |
6. The telephone company may make changes in it’s facilities, equipment, operations, or procedures that could
~ affect the operation of the dialer. If this happens, the telephone company will provide advance notice in order for
“you to make necessary modifications to maintain uninterrupted service.
7. lf trouble is experienced with the dialer, for repair or warranty information, contact Edwards Systems
Technology, 6411 Parkland Drive, Sarasota, Florida, USA 34243 Telephone: 1-800-655-4497. If the dialer is
causing harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may request you disconnect the dialer until the
| problem is resolved.
8. No repairs may be performed on the dialer by the user. |
9. The dialer cannot be used on public coin phone or party line service provided by the telephone company.
CANADA DOC Information
| NOTICE: The Canadian Department of Communications label! identifies certified equipment. This |
certification means that the equipment meets certain telecommunicaions network protective, operational,
and safety requirements. The Department does not guarantee the equipment will operate to the user's
satisfaction
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that is permissible to be connected to the facilities of
the local telecommunications company. The equipment must also be installed using an acceptable
| method of connection. The customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions may not
| prevent degradation of service in some situations.
4 Repairs to certified equipment should be made by : an authorized Canadian maintenance facility
designated by the supplier. Any repairs or alterations made by the user to this equipment, or equipment
| malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company cause to request the user disconnect the
‘equipment. |
| Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power utility,
{telephone lines, and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together. This
| precaution may be particularly important in rural areas.
| Caution: Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should contact the
appropriate electric inspection authority, or electrician, as appropriate
NOTICE: The Load Number (LN) assigned to each terminal device denotes the percentage of the total
load to be connected to a telephone loop which is used by the device, to prevent overloading. The
termination on a loop may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirements that the
sum of the Load Numbers of all the devices does not exceed 100.
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Revision Description
0.0 Initial Release
0.1 Editorial Corrections
0.2 Add ADMM, ADSM, & RTU information
1.0 Revise product name to EST1. Revise module names. Added Table
1.2. Renamed Table 2.1 to Table 1.1.
1.1 Revised module names & part numbers.
1.3 Add EST1-2Z3-220 & EST1-2Z6-220; Add Table 10.12;
Delete Table 5.9
1.4 Add Battery Box & revise battery tables; Revise 4-wire EOL Relay;
Add Auxiliary Power note; Replace RCT with RCT-1; delete remote
station from RCT-1 module; Add DL1 Dialer Module; add
proprietary station wiring; Revise ADMM supervisory operation; add
additional replacement parts.
1.5
Revised dialer and compatibility information
1.0
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5.1 Programming Initiating Device Circuits (IDCs)....…..….…………………………………….....18
5.2 Programming Indicating Appliance Circuits (IACS) 19
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| 10.1 Appendix 1 - Battery Calculations ........................e.eeemaeces eee 38
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ULI Compatibility Listings........................e.....emeero eee rana nanannane eneanananans 44
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10.4 Appendix 4 - Standards Relevant to the Installation of this Product .............. 55
10.5 Appendix 5 - Fire Alarm Trouble & Maintenance Log .................... меннее... ...... 06
10.6 Appendix 6 - Panel Configuration & Programming Worksheet ...................... 57
10.7 Appendix 7- EST OFFICES..............…......…cessscersensanseerrannerrsessencenererennancecencan ne 60
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Table 1.1
Table 1.2
Table 3.1
Table 4.1
Table 5.1
Table 5.2
Table 5.3
Table 5.4
Table 5.5
Table 5.6
Table 5.7
Table 5.8
Table 6.1
Table 6.2
Table 6.3
Table 7.1
Table 7.2
Table 7.3
Table 8.1
- Table 8.2
Tabie 9.1
Table 9.2
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Table 9.4
Table 9.5
Table 9.6
Table 9.7
Table 9.8
Table 9.9
Table 9.10
Table 10.1
Table 10.2
Table 10.3
Table 10.4
Table 10.5
Table 10.6
Table 10.7
Table 10.8
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24 Hours Supervisory, 5 Minutes of Alarm .......—————— emma ens 38
24 Hours Supervisory, 30 Minutes of Alarm ................2...e.. eee 38
60 Hours Supervisory, 5 Minutes of Alarm. 39
ULI Control Unit Compatibility Specifications - EST .........................e...... 44
ULI Compatible Receivers for DL1 Dialer……………………………………………………… 44
ULI Device & Panel Compatibility - Initiating Devices ......................... ....45
ULI Compatibility Signaling Appliances 46
ULI Compatibility Accessories.............................. ereeaaenneen ee nene neneonnes 47
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Table 10.9 ULC Control Unit Compatibility Specification - EST .....................e.—.e...... 48
Table 10.10 ULC Compatible Receivers for DL1 Dialer ..........................eeerecccraecenenns 48
Table 10.11 ULC Device & Panel Compatibility - Initiating Devices ..........-..........—.w..... 49
Table 10.12 ULC Compatible Signaling Appliances...........................e..e=ererreen 50
Table 10.13 ULC Compatible Accessories.........................e.eencece..... eeeuecocononeavereneneno 51
Table 10.14 Mixed lon/Photo Detector Maximum Devices per Circuit ....................... 52
Figure 3.1 Unsustained Alarm Operation ........................—..=.eereecee De ee 7
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Drawing 412..................e.neeeenee nene penenernenecnaneneanes ......... PANEL OPERATION
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Fire Alarm Control Panel
Two Zone, Three Expansion Space Panel, 120 VAC, Cat. # EST1-2Z3
Two Zone, Three Expansion Space Panel, 220 VAC, Cat. # EST1-223-220
.. Two Zone, Six Expansion Space Panel, 120 VAC, Cat. # EST1-2Z6
Two Zone, Six Expansion Space Panel, 220 VAC, Cat. # EST1-2Z6-220
1.0 DESCRIPTION
The EST1-223 (-220) & EST1-2Z6 (-220) Fire Alarm Control Panels are protective signaling systems
which feature modular construction and installer programmable microprocessor technology. The
international versions of the panel, EST1-2Z3-220 & EST1-2Z6-220, require 220 to 240 МАС, 50/60 Hz.
input voltage for proper operation.
O Panel Supervisory Features include: continuous internal testing; a CPU watchdog timer; and module
placement supervision.
O Operational Features include: alarm, supervisory, and trouble resound; fire drill mode; one man test
mode; lamp test; alarm silence inhibit; and automatic alarm silence.
O Programmable Options include: verified or non-verified alarm; waterflow with or without retard: and
supervisory Initiating Device Circuits (IDCs). Verified circuits support dry contact alarm initiating
devices when used with high impedance smoke detectors. Indicating Appliance Circuits (IACs) may
be programmed as silenceable or non-silenceable with continuous, 120 Strokes per Minute (SPM),
California, or temporal rates (Figure 3.3). The temporal rate meets the requirements of the national
emergency evacuation signal. Alarm silence/reset inhibit, automatic alarm silence, and off-premise
AC/brownout 6 hr. trouble delay timers are provided. Resettable power for 4-wire smoke detectors is
provided.
O Hardware Options include an RCT-1 Relay/City-Tie Module with provisions for municipal box,
| reverse polarity and dry relay contact operation. The BPAC Class A Base Panel Converter is available
to convert the IDC and IAC circuits on the Base panels to Class A (Style D) IDC and Class A (Style 2)
IAC wiring. The IDCA Class A (Style D) IDC Converter is available to convert 2IDC Two Zone IDC
Modules to Class A (Style D) wiring. The DL1 Dialer Module provides a supervised connection to a
Central Monitoring Station via dial-up telephone lines. The ADMM Four Circuit Remote Anunciator
Driver Master Module and the ADSM Four Circuit Remote Annunciator Driver Slave Module are
available to supervise and drive remote annunciation panels. All circuits external to the panel are
transient protected. All circuits except the AC power wiring, municipal box, and relay contacts are
power limited. Panel option module capacity is indicated in Table 1.1. The panels have steel
enclosures with a textured baked enamel finish. The enclosure has a Lexan™ viewing window, key
lock, and is suitable for semi-flush or surface mounting. Room is provided in the enclosure for standby
batteries. Conduit and nail knockouts, and keyhole style mounting holes help support quick
- installation. An optional battery enclosure, model BC-2(R), is available when 10 Amp-Hour batteries
are required.
The panel is listed by ULI to standard UL 864 and ULC to standard ULC S527.
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1.1 Components
EST1-2Z3
_ Two Zone, 120 VAC Base Panel w/3 Option Module Expansion Spaces, Cat.# EST1-2Z3(R)
Two Zone, 220 VAC Base Panel w/3 Option Module Expansion Spaces, Cat.# EST1-2Z3-220
This panel provides two Class B (Style B) Initiating Device Circuits (IDCs) and two Class B (Style Y)
Indicating Appliance Circuits (IACs). There is space for three option modules. Option modules include a
Relay/City-Tie, Two Zone Initiating Device Modules, a Dialer Module, and Remote Anunciator Driver
Modules. Space for standby batteries is provided ir in the enclosure. Refer to the Appendix to select the
proper battery for your application.
EST1-226
Two Zone, 120 VAC Base Panei w/6 Option Module Expansion Spaces, Cat.# EST1-2Z6(R)
Two Zone, 220 VAC Base Panel w/6 Option Module Expansion Spaces, Cat.# EST1-226-220
This panel provides two Class B (Style B) Initiating Device Circuits (IDCs) and two Class B (Style Y)
Indicating Appliance Circuits (IACs). There is space for six option modules. Option modules include a
Relay/City-Tie, Two Zone Initiating Device Modules, a Dialer Module, and Remote Anunciator Driver
Modules. Space for standby batteries is provided in the enclosure. Refer to the Appendix to select the
proper battery for your application.
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Accessory/Option Module | EST1-223 | EST1-2Z6
| Panel Capacity: 3 Option Modules Panel Capacity: 6 Option Modules
internal Batteries — | 2each P/N 12V4A5, 12 V Q 4.5AH | 2 each P/N 12V4AS, 12V @ 4.5 АН
| 2each P/N 12V6A5,12V@ 6.5 AH | 2 each P/N 12V6AS, 12 V @ 6.5 AH
LL E | 4 each P/N 6V8A, 6 V @ 8.0 AH
External Batteries BC-2(R) Battery Cabinet Lo BC-2(R) Battery Cabinet
_ |_ 2 each P/N 12V10, 12 V @ 10 AH 2 each P/N 12V10, 12 V @ 10 AH
2 Zone Initiating Device Circuit E. a Max.
21DC (P/N 240456) 3 ) | |
- Relay/City-Tie Module | |
| RCT-1 (P/N 240511) — Any Combination | ВЕ
Annunciatar Driver Master Module - 3 Max. | ~ Any Combination
_ADMM (P/N 240460) _ | - В | Ш - 3 Max.
Dialer Module | | |
DL1 (P/N 240508)
BPAC Base Panel Class A (Style D/Z) Converter Module (P/N 46199-1071)
This Class A (Style D/Z) Base Panel Converter changes the base panel to Class A (Style D) Initiating
Device Circuits and Class A (Style 2) Indicating Appliance Circuits. The Class A Base Panel Converter
does NOT require any option module expansion spaces.
2IDC Two Zone Initiating Device Circuit Module (P/N 240456)
This module provides two additional Class B (Style B) Initiating Device Circuits. Each circuit is provided
with an ENABLE/DISABLE switch and a tri-color LED. The module requires one option module expansion
space.
IDCA Class A (Style D) IDC Converter Module (P/N 46199-1073)
This Class A (Style D) IDC Converter changes the two Class B (Style B) Initiating Device Circuits on a
Two Zone Initiating Device Circuit Module to Class A (Style D) operation. The module does NOT require
any option module expansion space.
RCT-1 Relay/City-Tie Module (P/N 240511)
The Relay/City-Tie Module is a Normally-Open (N.O.) or Normally-Closed (N.C.) relay contact which is
configurable to operate on panel Alarm, Trouble, Supervisory, or Reset conditions. The Relay/City-Tie
Module may be configured for master box, reverse polarity, or dry contact operation. Relay contacts are
rated for 24 VDC @ 1A operation. The module has a disconnect switch and an amber Trouble LED. The
module requires one option module expansion space. off premise power failure trouble signaling using
this module has a 6 hour delay.
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Dialer Up to 60 Hrs. ~~ Upto 60 Hrs.
Dry Contact (Shunt) Up to 60 Hrs. Up to 60 Hrs.
Master Box Up to 60 Hrs. Up to 60 Hrs.
Reverse Polarity Up to 60 Hrs. Up to 60 Hrs.
NOTES:
1. Refer to battery calculations.
2. NFPA 72 requires 60 hours of stand-by battery when connecting to an off premises
monitoring location |
Batteries are available in a variety of sizes to meet the 24 and 60 hour standby requirements, followed by
5 or 30 minutes in alarm. Table 1.1 shows the batteries suitable for each panel. Appendix 1 provides
information on battery sizing.
DL1 Dialer (Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter) (P/N 240508)
The DL1 dialer module is a Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter (DACT) for transmitting alarm,
‘supervisory and trouble information to a compatible Digital Alarm Communicator Receiver (DACR) via two
dial-up telephone lines. The dialer supports 20 PPS 3/2 or 4/2 format for communicating between the
panel and the DACR (see specifications). Both Dual Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF) and Pulse dialing are
supported automatically. AC power failure reporting may be delayed. The dialer performs an automatic
test call every 24 hours to verify communications between the fire alarm panel and the receiving
equipment. Dialer module programming is performed with any standard tone dial(DTMF) telephone. All
programming is password protected.
ADMM Four Circuit Annunciator Driver Master Module (P/N 240460)
The Four Circuit Remote Annunciator Driver Module is used to supervise and operate the connection to
four individual alarm zone LEDs on a conventional zone annunciator. The ADMM is automatically
configured for IDC zones 1 to 4. The Annunciator Driver Master Module requires one expansion module
space in the enclosure.
ADSM Four Circuit Annunciator Driver Slave Module (P/N 240462)
The Four Circuit Remote Annunciator Driver Slave Module is used to supervise and operate the
connection to four additional alarm zone LEDs on a conventional zone annunciator. The ADSM is
automatically configured for IDC zones 5 to 8. The Remote Annunciator Driver Slave Module mounts on
the ADMM Master module, and does NOT require any expansion module space.
RTU Remote Trouble Unit (P/N 46199-1075)
The RTU Remote Trouble Unit is a remote trouble annunciator which displays fire alarm normal and
trouble conditions. The unit is provided with a power LED and an integral trouble buzzer. A trouble silence
switch with ring-back is also provided.
xZA Remote Zone Annunciators
The xZA Remote Zone Anunciators duplicate the control panel's individual zone alarm LEDs at a location
remote from the control panel. Model 4ZA provides 4 zone LEDS, model 8ZA provides 8 zone LEDs.
RTUxZA Combination Remote Annunciators | |
The RTU-xZA Remote Annunciators combine the features of the RTU and the xZA annunciators na
single package. Model RTU4ZA provides remote trouble annunciation and 4 zone LEDS, model RTU8ZA
provides remote trouble annunciation and 8 zone LEDs.
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2.0 APPLICATION
EST1-2Z3 and EST1-2Z6 panels are suitable for small to medium size buildings, requiring from two to
eight Initiating Device Circuits (IDCs), and two Indicating Appliance Circuits (IACs).
2.1 Fire Alarm System Limitations
Fire Alarm Systems provide the occupants of a facility with early warning of smoke and fire conditions.
Fire alarm systems use a variety of components to meet the requirements of each installation. The fire
alarm panel, automatic and manual detection devices, alarm annunciators, and the installation wiring are
all factors in a reliable system. To maintain proper operation, fire codes require, and this manufacturer
recommends preventive maintenance and testing on a routine basis by qualified personnel.
3.0 THEORY OF OPERATION
3.1 Initiating Device Circuits (IDCs)
‘The supervised IDCs operate with compatible smoke detectors (refer to Appendix) and normally-open
alarm initiating devices. An IDC may be programmed as an Alarm, Waterflow/Supervisory, or Supervisory
zone. Alarm zones may have verified or non-verified operation. Waterflow/Supervisory zones,
programmed with or without a 15 second retard period, also support a single supervisory input device with
a 1.1KQ series resistor. IDC circuits may assume one of four operating states: Normal, Trouble, Alert, or
Alarm. Table 3.1 defines the states for the various IDC zone types.
State of Operation.
ZoneType TE
| (Low Impedance) | (High Impedance) | (EOL Q) В
Non-Verified — Alam Alarm Normal Operation Trouble
Alarm Zone |
Verified Alarm Zone Alarm Verifying the Alarm Normal Operation | Trouble
with high impedance
smoke detectors and
N.O. contact devices
Verified Alarm Zone Verifying the Alarm Verifying the Alarm Normal Operation Trouble
with smoke detectors
only
Waterflow/Supervisor Alarm Supervisory Condition | Normal Operation Trouble
y Zone |
Waterflow/Supervisor Alarm after 15 seconds Supervisory Condition Normal Operation Trouble
y Zone with Retard |
_ Supervisory Zone Supervisory Condition Supervisory Condition Normal Operation Trouble
| WARNING! Do NOT put contact devices on Low Impedance Verified Circuits. I
An active IDC defined as an Alarm or Waterflow Zone may be identified by a steady red zone LED. Active
IDCs defined as supervisory zones may be identified by a rapid flashing amber zone LED.
‘When an IDC is programmed as a waterflow zone, the IACs DO NOT respond to the ALARM SILENCE
switch or automatic alarm silence until the waterflow device is no longer active. Both an alarm initiating
device and a single supervisory contact may co-exist on the same circuit by putting a 1.1KQ in series with
the supervisory contact. When the waterflow with retard option is programmed, a special algorithm
samples the circuit repeatedly. If 66% of the samples taken in any 15 second period indicate a waterflow
(shorted) condition, the circuit activates a waterflow alarm. | |
When an IDC is programmed as a verified zone and a smoke alarm is detected, the panel enters the
Alarm Verification state. A 25 second sequence in which the detector is reset, delayed, and restarted is
initiated, as shown in Figure 3.1. If auxiliary power is programmed as resettable, it is de-energized for the
reset period. Following the reset-delay-restart sequence, a 60 second verification window is opened. If the
verifying zone should go into the Alert, Alarm, or Trouble conditions within the 60 second window as
shown in Figure 3.2, the panel enters the alarm mode. If any other IDC on the panel goes into the alert or
alarm state during the verification period, the panel immediately enters the alarm mode. Dry contact alarm
initiating devices may be combined with high impedance 2-wire smoke detectors on verified zones. The
closing of a normally-open dry contact alarm initiating device generates an Alarm state immediately, and
the panel enters the alarm mode. | | = В
Initiating Device Circuit, Class A (Style D) Operation В | |
To convert a Class B (Style B) IDC zone to a Class A (Style D) IDC zone, install an BPAC Class A (Style
D/Z) Converter on the base panel, or an IDCA Class A (Style D) Converter on the Two Zone IDC Module.
The converters provides an alternate path to the zone module for all Initiating Devices in the event of a
single wire break in an IDC. - I © a
ALARM VERIFICATION PERIOD
RETARD,RESET, CONFIRMATION
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Figure 3.2 - Verified Alarm Operation
3.2 Indicating Appliance Circuits (IACs)
The supervised Indicating Appliance Circuits (IACs) operate using compatible 24 VDC (nominal) polarized
signaling appliances. Each circuit is rated at nominal 24 VDC @ 2.5 Amps, with a total of 4.0 Amps
- available for both circuits. An IAC may be programmed as either silenceable or non-silenceable. Signal
rate selection is independently programmable for each IAC, as shown in Figure 3.3. Refer to the Appendix
for compatible Indicating Appliances. ‘ |
- lACs generate a trouble indication (slow flashing LED) when field wiring is open or shorted. In an open
CONTINUOUS
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fault condition, the panel will attempt to energize the signal appliances (i.e. all appliances up to the circuit
break will operate). There is no assurance that any or all of the indicating appliances will operate. An IAC
with shorted field wiring will NOT operate in the event of an alarm. If an IAC develops a short during an
alarm, the IAC will automatically shut off and continuously monitor the field wiring. When the fault is
cleared, the IAC will re-energize. These actions protect the power supply and other panel components
from damage caused by the short circuit. o | |
Indicating Appliance Circuit, Class A (Style Z) Operation |
To convert Class B IAC zones to Class A (Style 7) 1AC zones, install an BPAC Class A (Style D/Z)
Converter Module on the base panel. The converter provides alternate paths to the base panel for both
Indicating Appliance Circuits in the event of a single wire break in an IAC.
4.0 INSTALLATION
4.1 Codes and Standards
Install this panel in accordance with all applicable codes and standards to the satisfaction of the Authority
Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). A partial list of codes and standards appears in the Appendix.
US Installations: For Class B (Style B/Y) circuits, the End-Of-Line resistor is installed on the last device.
Canadian Installations: For Class B (Style B/Y) circuits, purchase End-Of-Line resistor plates separately
from your Distributor. Use the specified resistor and install in a separate electrical box in an accessible
location beyond the last device on a circuit.
4.2 Site Storage
Remove the backbox from the top of the carton. Place extra modules in the panel carton and store the
carton safely in a dry location during rough-in, to avoid damage to electronic parts.
4.3 Drawing References
Table 4.1 lists the drawings that are included at the end of this manual.
Drawing Title
CONTROL PANEL INSTALLATION 1
Assembly Details
Ribbon Connectors CONTROL PANEL INSTALLATION 2
Battery Interconnect | |
Base Panel Circuits CONTROL PANEL
IAC Wiring Diagram
IAC Wire Chart | \
Initiating Device Circuits INITIATING DEVICE CIRCUIT WIRING
IDC Wire Chart |
2iDC Two Zone Initiating Device Circuit Module INITIATING DEVICE CIRCUIT WIRING
or see the Installation Sheet supplied with the Two
Zone IDC Module |
Relay/City-Tie Module RELAY / CITY TIE MODULE
Applications. CONTROL PANEL APPLICATIONS 1
Connections and Jumper Settings or see the Installation Sheet supplied with the
| Relay/City-Tie Module
Dialer Installation & Programming | DIALER MODULE
Dialer Operations DIALER OPERATIONS
Remote Annunciators & Annunciator Driver Modules REMOTE ANNUNCIATORS
Battery Enclosure Installation | CONTROL PANEL APPLICATIONS 2
4-Wire Smoke Detectors
Class A Wiring CONTROL PANEL
INITIATING DEVICE CIRCUIT WIRING
or see the Installation Sheets supplied with the BPAC
Base Panel Class A Converter Module & IDCA, 2IDC
Module Class A Converter
Panel Programming Instructions PANEL PROGRAMMING
Panel Operations PANEL OPERATION
Proprietary Station Wiring CONTROL PANEL APPLICATIONS 3
4.4 Installation Instructions DE |
Mounting the Backbox
Install backbox per drawings CONTROL PANEL INSTALLATION 1 or CONTROL PANEL INSTALLATION 2. If a BC-2 Battery
Cabinet is required, refer to the CONTROL PANEL APPLICATIONS 2 drawing for information. |
Utility « or Primary Power Circuit
The panel requires a dedicated branch circuit. North American installations require 120 VAC, 15A, 50/60
Hz. power. International installations require 220-240 VAC, 15A, 50/60 Hz. power. Label the circuit
breaker "Fire Alarm Control Panel." Within the fire alarm enclosure, route wire away from power limited
circuit wiring.
System Control Wiring
1.
Refer to the drawings at the end of this manual for circuit wiring diagrams and wire charts showing
maximum wire runs and loading. Install system wiring using the wire type and gauge per the Authority
Having Jurisdiction. Locate field wiring conduit on the upper sides and top of the backbox. At the
panel, leave approximately 5' (1.5 m) of wire available for dressing and termination. Pair and
label wires according to zone and function. Do not mix power limited and non-power limited wiring in
the same conduit.
Do NOT remove the factory installed EOL test resistors on the panel at this time. The test resistors
are used for panel testing in the next steps. Refer to the drawings provided with each initiating and
signaling device for installation details. Install End-Of-Line resistors a the end of Class B circuits.
Use an ohm meter to check circuit continuity and verify that tthe wiring is free of shorts and ground
faults, as follows:
Class B (Style B) IDC meter readings should show 4.7KQ (EOL Resistor) between circuit pairs.
Each wire should show an open to ground.
Class A (Style D) IDC meter readings should show a short between each set of outgoing and
incoming wires, and an open between each side of the circuit.
Class B (Style Z) IAC meter readings should show 4. 7KQ (EOL Resistor) between circuit pair in
one direction and a short (polarized signals conducting) with the meter leads reversed. Each wire
should show open to ground. |
Class A (Style Y) IAC meter readings should show a short between each set of outgoing and
incoming wires. Readings should show an open in one direction and a short (polarized signals
conducting) with the meter leads reversed between each side of the circuit.
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Base Panel Assembly
1. Remove the Base Panel Assembly from its anti-static carton.
2. Remove and place the anti-static foam packing on a flat work area.
3. Place the Base Panel Assembly Display face down on the foam packing. Leave the factory end-of-line
resistors in place on the base panel and expansion modules until making final connections.
Option Module Installation
If your system requires no optional expansion modules, skip to the section entitled Base Panel Assembly
Installation.
1. Refer to the CONTROL PANEL INSTALLATION 1 and CONTROL PANEL INSTALLATION 2 drawings.
2. Remove the Power Supply from the Base Panel Assembly to allow for first module installation.
3. Install Expansion Modules on the Base Panel Assembly from left to right (front view) starting with IDC
Modules, Remote Annunciator Driver Modules, then the Relay/City-Tie Module. Before installing the
ADMM & ADSM Annunciator Driver Modules, verify that all jumpers are installed. Before
installing the RCT-1 Relay/City-Tie Modules, verify that jumpers 1 & 2 are installed. Refer to _
RELAY/CITY-TIE & REMOTE ANNUNCIATOR drawings for additional jumper information.
Do NOT connect the Dialer Module’s ribbon cable to the adjacent module until the rest of the
system has been installed and tested.
4. Insert all ribbon connectors (except the dialer Module) into the adjacent socket, and re-install the
Power Supply on the back of the Base Panel Assembly. The Dialer Module will be connected later.
5. For Class A (Style D/Z) circuits, install the BPAC Class A Converter modules on the back of the Base
Panel Board and IDCA on the back of the IDC Expansion Modules. Refer to CONTROL PANEL INSTALLATION 1,
CONTROL PANEL INSTALLATION 2, and INITIATING DEVICE CIRCUIT drawings.
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Base Panel Assembly Installation
1.
2.
Refer to the CONTROL PANEL INSTALLATION 1 or CONTROL PANEL INSTALLATION 2 drawings. If a BC-2 Battery
Cabinet is required, refer to the CONTROL PANEL APPLICATIONS 2 drawing for information.
Lift wiring up and away from the backbox, and install the Base Panel Assembly using the four quick
fasteners. Do not connect control circuit wiring at this time.
Install the panel door and make the ground connection (green wire) from the power supply à to the
middle door mounting stud.
Place the batteries | in the lower right area à of the backbox. If using the external battery cabinet, locate
the batteries in the battery cabinet.
Interconnect the cells per the CONTROL PANEL INSTALLATION 1 or CONTROL PANEL INSTALLATION 2 drawings. If a
battery cabinet is being used, refer to the CONTROL PANEL APPLICATIONS 2 drawing for connection
information. -
Connect panel battery leads at this time.
Observe Polarity: Red = Positive (+); Black = Negative O.
Power Up
1.
2.
3.
Verify that ali factory installed end-of-line resistors a are still in place, all ADMM 8 ADSM module
jumpers are all installed, and RCT-1 module jumpers 1 & 2 are installed. —
Connect primary power wires: Line, Neutral, and Ground to the input terminals of the power supply.
Energize AC power to the system. When you first apply power to the system it will follow an
initialization procedure. This procedure programs all connected IDCs as non-verified alarm inputs and
identifies the configuration of all output modules (it can take up to 15 seconds). You will see zone
LEDs turning on and off in sequence and communication LEDs (lower edge of expansion module
boards) flashing. Allow the system to complete this procedure before touching any controls. At the end
of the process, all LEDs except the Power On LED should be off. If the system trouble LED is on and
the trouble signal is sounding, refer to the troubleshooting procedures in this manual. If module LEDs
remain on steady, refer to the Programming section for additional information.
Install the lower protective plastic barrier over the high voltage terminals. Make sure to install this
cover strip. It protects you from the high voltage input terminals and traces on the power
supply printed circuit board.
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Programming the Panel
1. Remove the Common Control insert card, reverse it, and then return it to its panel location. The
Common Control switches are now labeled for programming functions.
2. Refer to Table 5.1 for panel default operations and the PANEL PROGRAMMING drawing for programming
information. For Dialer Module programming refer to the DIALER MODULE drawing.
3. Fill-in the Panel Configuration & Programming Worksheets (located in the Appendix) and program the
panel for the desired operation. Save the Panel Configuration Worksheets for future reference.
4. Remove, label, and re-insert the IDC, Relay/City-Tie, and Annunciator Driver Module insert cards. Use
the Panel Configuration Worksheets in this manual to assist in labeling. Reverse the Base Panel insert
card to display Fire Alarm Control functions.
Panel Function Testing
1. Test panel operations by shorting (Alarm) or opening (Trouble) the factory installed End-Of-Line
resistors.
2. To activate IDC circuits which combine high impedance smoke detectors and contact devices, or
supervisory signal operation of a waterflow/supervisory circuit, use a 1.2KQ resistor in parallel with the
End-Of-Line resistor.
3. Remove the End-Of-Line resistor to verify proper trouble response.
4. Reset the panel, allowing 20 seconds for the panel to return to normal.
IDC & IAC Field Wiring Connections
1. Refer to the CONTROL PANEL INSTALLATION, INITIATING DEVICE CIRCUIT WIRING, CONTROL PANEL APPLICATIONS 1, & CONTROL
PANEL APPLICATIONS 2 drawings for wiring details.
2. Dress all wires to allow "hinging" the Base Panel Assembly on the left by dressing your connections
from right to left. This allows you to rotate the Base Panel Assembly out of the enclosure lora access to
system modules, facilitating additions or changes.
3. Leaving the system powered up, install the IDC & IAC circuits one at a time. The system will go into
Trouble mode. Remember to remove the factory installed End-of-Line resistor from the panel or
module terminals.)
4. Use the TROUBLE SILENCE switch to silence the Trouble signal.
5. Connect the appropriate field wiring, observing circuit polarity. If the wiring is correct, the trouble
condition will clear (Trouble LED and amber Zone LED turn off). |
DL1 Dialer Panel and Field Wiring Connections
To eliminate excessive calls to the Central Monitoring Station, the Dialer Module panel
connection (ribbon cable) and programming should be performed after the balance of the
panel has been tested and verified operational.
1. Verify the Central Monitoring Station (CMS) is properly programmed and ready for connection.
2. Refer to the DIALER drawing and DACR technical manual for wiring and programming details.
3a. Dress all wiring to allow "hinging" the Base Panel Assembly on the right by dressing your connections
from right to left. This allows you to rotate the Base Panel Assembly out of the enclosure for access to
system modules, facilitating additions or changes.
3b. Fasten the dialer module to the panel assembly with the screws and standoffs provided.
3c. Fasten the bus interface adapter to the rear of the dialer, using the screws provided.
3d. Connect the ribbon cable to the next module in line. The system and dialer module will indicate trouble
conditions.
4a. Set the panel’s program switch to program mode (UP), and push the RESET switch. |
4b. Wait for the Power LED to flash, then return the program switch to normal mode (down). This process
installs the Dialer Module in the panel's data base. The panel will remain in trouble until the dialer is
properly wired and programmed.
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Using the supplied 71 7Ft. (2.13 M) phone jack extension cables, connect J1 & J2 to the RJ31X, or
RJ38X (CA31A or CA38A in Canada) telephone jacks. A protective grommet is supplied for the
enclosure knockout. The telephone jacks must be installed by an authorized representative of the
telephone company. The phone lines must be loop start on the public switched network. PBX and
party lines are not acceptable.
With system powered up, program the dialer as shown in the drawing. A new dialer module will
remain disabled until completely programmed. Use the TROUBLE SILENCE switch to silence the
Trouble signal.
If the telephone lines are wired properly and the panel i is programmed correctly, the trouble condition
will clear (panel and module trouble LEDs turn off), when the dialer is enabled.
Activate and open all IDCs and IACs, verifying proper reception at the CMS.
Verify that failure of the primary signal path (phone line connected to J1) results in a trouble signal
being transmitted via the secondary signal path (phone line connected to J2) within 4 minutes.
. Verify that failure of the secondary signal path (phone line connected to J2) results in a trouble signal
| being transmitted via the primary signal path (phone line connected to an within 4 minutes.
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~ ADMM & ADSM Field Wiring Connections
1.
2.
Refer to the REMOTE ANUNCIATOR drawing for wiring details.
Dress all wires to allow "hinging" the Base Panel Assembly on the left by dressing your connections
from right to left. This allows you to rotate the Base Panel Assembly out of the enclosure for access to
system modules, facilitating additions or changes.
Leaving the system powered up, connect the (+)24 VDC wire from the annunciator to the (+) Auxiliary
Power terminal.
Connect the NO (Normally Open) and NC (Normally Closed) wires from the annunciator to the NO
and NC trouble relay contacts on the control panel. Install a jumper between the trouble relay common
terminal and the (-) Auxiliary Power terminal.
Install all supervision jumpers.
Connect the ADMM & ADSM LED circuits, one at a time by removing the corresponding supervision
jumper.
Use the TROUBLE SILENCE switch to silence the Trouble signal.
Connect the appropriate field LED wiring. If the wiring is correct, the trouble condition will clear
(Trouble LED and amber Zone LED turn off).
RCT-1 Field Wiring Connections
1.
2.
‚ Ве!ег to the RELAY/ CITY-TIE drawing and receiving station technical manual for wiring details.
Dress all wires to allow "hinging” the Base Panel Assembly on the left by dressing your connections
from right to left. This allows you to rotate the Base Panel Assembly out of the enclosure for access to
system modules, facilitating additions or changes.
Leaving the system powered up, remove jumpers 1 & 2, and install the required jumper configuration.
The system will go into Trouble mode if the circuit is supervised.
Use the TROUBLE SILENCE switch to silence the Trouble signal, if sounding.
Connect the appropriate field wiring, observing circuit polarity. If the supervised wiring is correct, the
trouble condition will clear (Trouble LED and amber Zone LED turn off).
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Field Wiring Trouble (Also refer to Troubleshooting) | (
1.
2.
Clear any wiring faults as you install the field wiring. When a fault on a Class B circuit is cleared, the
~ panel will automatically return to the Normal mode. When a fault on a Class A circuit is Cleared, the
panel must be manually reset in order to return it to the Normal mode.
If an IAC is shorted (or a signal appliance connection is reversed) or open, the circuit will continue to
display trouble. If an IAC has a ground fault, the trouble signal will resound and the Ground Fault LED
will turn on. | | | |
If an IDC has a short, the zone LED will change to red and the system will go into Alarm mode
(delayed 25 seconds if the circuit is programmed as a Low Impedance verified smoke detector
- circuit). If an IDC has à ground fault, the trouble signal will resound and the Ground Fault LED will turn
on.
Continue to complete supervised circuit connections one at a time using the panel to verify proper
wiring.
Connect ancillary circuits, remote monitoring, and remote annunciation circuits per installation
drawings in this manual.
Test each circuit for proper function by putting the system into Alarm, Supervisory, or Trouble modes.
Refer to Operating the Panel for a description of testing procedures.
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5.0 PROGRAMMING
Panel Configuration Worksheets may be found at the end of this manual. These worksheets should be
filled out prior to programming the panel, and saved with this manual should further programming be
required at a later date. Refer to the PANEL PROGRAMMING drawing during the programming process. The
reverse side of the base panel identification labels are programming templates. Remove, reverse, and re-
insert the template labels as a programming aid. Dialer programming is covered in section 5.6
The panel is shipped from the factory with the default configuration denoted by = in Table 5.1. The panel
defaults may be reprogrammed any time during the programming sequence by simultaneously pressing
the TROUBLE SILENCE and RESET switches for one second, which also returns you to the start of the
programming process. The programming step (of the panel being programmed) is indicated by the flash
phase of the green Power LED. The program variable and flash phase is indicated in Table 5.2.
Initiating Device Ce
1% Non-Verified Alarm
2 Verified High Impedance Detector w/Contact Device (See Note)
3 Verified Low Impedance Detector Only
4 Supervisory
5
6
Waterflow & Supervisory
Waterflow w/retard & Superviso
Е Indicating Appliance SINE
| 18 Affected by alarm silence Features
2 Not affected by Alarm Silence Features
IAC Signal Rates
1% Continuous
2 March Time @ 120 SPM
3 Temporal 3-3-3
4 Continuous ON for 10 Seconds., 5 Seconds. OFF
5
March Time ON for 10 Seconds., 5 Seconds. OFF
‘Alarm Silence Inhibit Timer
1% No Timer
2 One Minute Inhibit
3 Two Minute Inhibit
4 Three Minute Inhibit
— Automatic Signal Silence Timer
1% No Timer
2 10 Minutes to Silence
3 20 Minutes to Silence
4 30 Minutes to Silence
Auxiliary Power Reset
1% Auxiliary Power NOT Reset
2 ¡Auxiliary Power Reset
NOTE: Do Not use this option. High impedance d detectors are not presently available.
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Module Placement & Verification | 1=% PAUSE % PAUSE 9...
ing Device Circuits | 2 = ## PAUSE ## PAUSE xx...
Circuits | 3 = ### PAUSE ### PAUSE # #4...
Timer | 4=#### PAUSE | PAUSE #3 %%_
Power 3 5 = ##### PAUSE ###.# PAUSE ###.
To modify the panel default settings shown in Table 5.1, enter the programming mode as follows:
1. Move the PROGRAMMING MODE switch to the ON (up) position.
2. Press the RESET switch. The green Power LED will display a single-phase flash after approximately 20
seconds. The trouble buzzer sounds at a four pulse/minute rate, indicating you are in the automatic
module placement and verification step of the programming process.
The panel automatically identifies all option modules installed in the panel by lighting each installed
module's amber trouble LED. This process can take up to 30 seconds. Failure to light a module's
trouble LED indicates a defective module or connection.
5.1 Programming Initiating Device Circuits (IDCs)
1. Press the RESET switch to enter the Initiating Device Circuit configuration step. The program IDC step
is indicated by the 2-phase flashing green Power LED. IDC zones are programmed individually,
starting with zone #1. The IDC zone actively being programmed is identified by an active zone LED.
The IDC circuit type may be identified by the LED color and flash rate, using Table 5.3.
IDC Zone Type Zone LED
| Alarm, Non-Verified Detector | I Steady Red | -
‘Alarm, Verified Detector & Dry Contact Alarm initiating ‚ * PAUSE * PAUSE *.. RED |
Devices (Do NOT Select this Option. High Impedance
Detectors are not presently available. ne | a 3 | |
Alarm, Verified Detector ONLY — | i ## PAUSE ## PAUSE ##.. RED
For Low Impedance Detectors only.
No contact devices permitted.
Normally-Open Supervisory Steady Amber
Waterflow | | | Steady Green
| Waterflow with Retard an | # PAUSE # + PAUSE *.. "GREEN
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Use the TROUBLE SILENCE switch to step through the various IDC zone types, until the desired IDC
type code is displayed by the LEDs.
Select the IAC circuit to be operated by this zone by pressing the ALARM SILENCE switch until the
desired configuration is reached. Signal circuits selected for activation by the IDC are indicated by the
respective IAC's Trouble LED illuminating. |
To program the next Initiating Device Circuit, press the RESET switch and repeat steps 2 and 3 above.
When the last installed IDC has been programmed, press the RESET switch; the panel is now ready for
programming Indicating Appliance Circuits (IACs).
5.2 Programming Indicating Appliance Circuits (IACs)
1.
The panel is automatically ready to program Indicating Appliance Circuits. The program IAC step is
indicated by the 3-phase flashing green Power LED. Each IAC zone is programmed individually,
starting with IAC #1. The IAC circuit actively being programmed is identified by its active Signal Circuit
trouble LED. The IAC circuit type may be identified by the status of the alarm silenced LED and by the
flash pattern of the respective IAC trouble LED, as shown in tables 5.4 and 5.5.
IAC Mode | Alarm Silen
Silenceable » PAUSE # PAUSE 4...
Non-Silenceable OFF
Continuous
120 Strokes Minute 120 Flashes Minute
T FLASH-FLASH-FLASH-PAUSE
Continuous California Rate 10 Seconds 5 Seconds OFF...
March Time California Rate 10 Seconds @ 120 5 Seconds OFF...
Use the ALARM SILENCE switch to set IAC #1 as Silenceable or Non-Silenceable, as shown in Table
5.4 and indicated by the Alarm Silenced LED. | |
Use the TROUBLE SILENCE switch to step through the various IAC output signal rates, until the desired
flash pattern is displayed for IAC #1.
Press the RESET switch to program IAC #2.
Use the ALARM SILENCE switch to set IAC #2 as Silenceable or Non-Silenceable, as shown in Table
5.4 and indicated by the Alarm Silenced LED. |
Use the TROUBLE SILENCE switch to step through the various IAC output signal rates, until the desired
flash pattern is displayed for IAC #2. a |
When IAC $2 has been programmed, press the RESET switch; the panel is now ready for Configuring
the System Timers. a | |
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5.3 Configuring System Timers a a (
1. The configure System Timers step is indicated by the 4-phase flashing green Power LED. The status
of the panel's Alarm Silence Inhibit Timer is indicated by the zone disabled LED as shown i in Table
56.
Alarm Silence Inhibit Timer setting [All Disabled LED
— Disabled В На OFF
1 Minute — | *PAUSE*% PAUSE +
2 Minutes | |## PAUSE ## PAUSE ##..
3 Minutes ### PAUSE ### PAUSE «a...
2. Use the TROUBLE SILENCE switch to select between the four states. The status of the panel's automatic
Alarm Silence Timer is indicated by the alarm silenced LED as shown in Table 5.7.
Timer re | Alarm Silenced LED
No timer | OFF: | co
10 Minutes | a PAUSE» PAUSE #...
20 Minutes Е | ait PAUSE ## PAUSE ##..
30 Minutes | ## PAUSE ### PAUSE «xa...
3. Use the ALARM SILENCE Switch to toggle between the four states.
4. When the proper LED combination is displayed, press the RESET switch; the panel i is now ready to
program Auxiliary Power.
5.4 Programming Auxiliary Power
1. The program Auxiliary Power step is indicated by the 5-phase flashing green Power LED. Use the
ALARM SILENCE switch to program the auxiliary power a as shown in Table 5.8.
| Auxiliary Power | Alarm Silenced LED |
Remains energized during reset ~~ {OFF _ |
De-energize on reset | | | » PAUSE # PAUSE ..
(alarm, verification, & test modes)
2. Use the ALARM SILENCE switch to toggle between the two states.
3. Press the RESET switch to return to the automatic module configuration step (1-phase flash), where
the programming process started. You may modify any panel configuration by repeating the
programming cycle.
To exit the programming mode, return the programming switch to the OFF (down) position. The panel
should return to the Normal mode. You may exit the Programming mode at any time. This is useful when
changing only one system parameter.
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5.5 Returning to Panel Default Settings
To restore the panel to system default settings, before exiting the programming mode, press the TROUBLE
‘SILENCE and RESET switches simultaneously for one second. This will return all parameters to default
settings (Table 5.1), and return the panel to the beginning of the programming sequence.
5.6 Dialer Module Programming
Refer to the DIALER MODULE drawing
You will need to know the following information in order to program the dialer module:
The primary and secondary telephone numbers at the CMS used to receive the signals.
The DL1 Password = 4727 (GSBS). |
Site primary and secondary ID numbers for the dialer. The site ID numbers are supplied by the CMS.
Number of retry attempts to CMS. Valid entries are 5 to 10.
~The retry interval. This is the delay time between subsequent attempts to call the CMS.
The AC power fail notification delay time, if any.
Daily dialer supervision message delay period. This is the delay interval from power until the first dialer
supervision message is transmitted to the CMS. Valid entries are 0 to 18 hours, with a 12 Hour default
time. The panel must be powered down, then powered up for a change in the delay time to take effect.
e Status retransmission enable/disable setting. Enable this option if the CMS requires all off-normal
status to be re-transmitted with the daily dialer supervision message.
A Put the dialer in the programming mode by plugging any tone dial telephone into J3 on the Dialer
Module and lift the handset off-hook. The touch pad dial on this phone is used for all dialer module
programming. If the Dialer Module is unresponsive, verify that steps 1 & 2 in the DL1 Dialer Panel
and Field Wiring Connections section were performed.
B Enter the dialer password using the programming phone. A beep indicates that a program item has
been entered. NOTE: The dialer will make one attempt to call the monitoring station and report that
it is disabled before you can proceed with programming.
C When the LED goes solid green, you may select any programming item by entering an asterisk “*”
followed by the item number, e.g. 08 for AC fail delay. The suggested sequence is listed in the
following steps:
1 Enter the primary site ID number supplied by the Central Monitoring Station (CMS).
2 Enter the primary CMS phone number. This is the primary phone number of the DACR
receiving equipment, not the administrative phone numbers.
3 Enter the secondary site ID number supplied by the Central Monitoring Station (CMS).
4 Enter the secondary CMS phone number. This is the secondary phone number of the DACR
receiving equipment, not the administrative phone numbers.
5 Select the number of phone lines to be used. NOTE: Two lines are required to comply with NFPA 72.
6 Enter the number of times the module attempts to call the CMS receiving equipment.
7 Enter the retry interval. This is the time between subsequent attempts to reach the CMS in the event
of line trouble or busy signals. |
8 Enter the AC failure delay time. This is the length of the delay between the time AC power fails and
the CMS is notified of the failure. NFPA requires a delay of 25% to 50% of rated standby power
period. Valid entries are O to 18 hours. This setting does NOT effect any other trouble signals. =
9 Enter the daily supervisory message delay time. The module sends a supervisory message to the
CMS once every 24 hours to verify the communications path and message receipt. The delay is used
to set the time the daily message is transmitted based on a delay from the time the panel is powered
up. |
EXAMPLE: If the CMS requires the daily supervisory message to be sent at 0300 (3 AM) and the
current time is 1400 (2 PM), set the delay for 13 hours, power down, then power up.
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10 Enable or disable the status message re-transmission option. The dialer can optionally re-transmit =
all status messages when the daily dialer supervision message is sent. Status retransmission is in
addition to the message sent when the event occurred. a | | |
11 Select the order in which the zone number and status code are sent, zone first (default) or code first.
D Hang up the handset and remove the programming telephone from Dialer Module jack J3 to end
programming. | a |
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1 If no activity occurs in programming mode for one hour, the DL1 will exit from programming
mode. To re-enter programming mode, hang up the programming phone, then start at step B
of the programming procedure. | | | |
2 Factory new dialers remain disabled until both phone numbers and both site ID's are
programmed. Once programmed, the dialer will attempt to call the monitoring station on power
up. Programming mode cannot be entered until the call is completed, or all call attempts have
failed. | | |
3 When dialer programming step 10 is enabled, it causes all off-normal status, including alarms,
tobe retransmitted along with the 24 hour test call.
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) 6.0 OPERATION
| | Indicator Me Lo E. Function | a
Zone Disabled LED ##% PAUSE ## PAUSE sex... - One or more zones disabled
### PAUSE ###PAUSE жи... - Audible test mode
#### PAUSE #### PAUSE ####...- Silent test mode
Power LED ON - AC power normal
OFF - AG power fail
Zone Alarm (Red) LED STEADY - Zone in alarm
Zone Trouble (Amber) LED STEADY - Supervisory condition restored
RAPID FLASHING - Zone in supervisory alarm.
SLOW FLASHING - Zone in trouble condition.
## PAUSE ## PAUSE ##... - Zone disabled
_Alarm Silenced LED ON - The audible alarm signals have been silenced
Alarm LED ON - System in the alarm state
System Trouble LED SLOW FLASHING - System in Trouble state
RAPID FLASHING - System in Supervisory state
STEADY - Trouble buzzer silenced
Signal Trouble, Ckt #1 LED SLOW FLASHING - Open/short on IAC #1 wiring _
Signal Trouble, Ckt #2 LED SLOW FLASHING - Open/short on IAC #2 wiring
Ground Fault LED | SLOW FLASHING - A ground fault condition exists on the panel or field wiring _
Normal Mode
In the Normal Mode, the panel is operating properly and has not detected any Alarm, Supervisory, or
| Trouble conditions. The green power LED is ON and all other LEDs are > OFF in the normal mode.
Alarm Mode | |
When a fire alarm condition is detected, the common alarm LED is ON (RED), and the panel is in Alarm
Mode. If the alarm occurs while in trouble or supervisory mode, the pane! displays the system trouble LED
steady ON, and silences the trouble buzzer. The trouble relay continues to indicate panel trouble. Zone
Trouble and Supervisory LEDs not in conflict with the alarm LEDs remain ON.
In the alarm mode, the Indicating Appliance Circuits operate as programmed. The system alarm LED turns
on, the alarm relay operates, and the Relay/City-Tie Module transmits a fire alarm condition, if so
configured. The red IDC zone LED lights, indicating the area of the alarm. The appropriate alarm zone
LED on the Remote Annunciator operates via the Annunciator Driver Module. The dialer will transmit a
zone specific alarm signal to the Central Monitoring Station. |
To silence the Indicating Appliances, press the ALARM SILENCE switch. Indicating Appliance Circuits will not
respond to the ALARM SILENCE switch until all waterflow zones are no longer i in the active alarm condition.
Reactivation of the waterflow zone will reactivate the IACs.
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Reset Mode
When the facility is safe to re-enter, the panel may be Reset. Manual stations and other manually
restorable devices must be returned to their normal condition. Non-restorable devices which have been
activated by the fire must be replaced. In the event replacement is not immediately feasible, disable the
affected zone using its disable switch. Pressing the RESET switch automatically resets the smoke detectors
“and returns the panel to the normal (trouble mode if zones have been disabled) mode. If all alarm initiating
devices have not been restored, the panel will re-enter the alarm mode. The entire reset process takes
about 20 seconds to complete. The panel can NOT be reset while the alarm silence inhibit timer is active.
Panel reset does not change a zone's enabled/disabled status.
Reset the panel by pressing the RESET switch. Reset causes the system trouble LED to light, the trouble
buzzer to sound, and the trouble relay to go into the trouble state. Operation of the RESET switch also
causes all front panel LEDs to turn on, verifying their operation. After internal processing is completed, the
panel returns to the normal mode.
Trouble Mode
When the panel is in the Trouble Mode, some portion of the panel or field wiring is in an abnormal
condition and the proper operation of the fire alarm system may be affected. If an alarm is detected while
in the trouble mode, the panel will enter the alarm mode and sound an alarm. If a supervisory condition is
detected while in the trouble mode, the pane! will enter the supervisory mode and the trouble contacts will
remain activated.
In the trouble mode: the system trouble LED flashes, the trouble buzzer sounds at a rate of 20
pulses/minute, the trouble relay operates, and the Relay/City-Tie Module transmits a trouble signal if itis —
configured to transmit trouble. The dialer will transmit a trouble signal to the Central Monitoring Station. If
the trouble occurs on an Initiating Device Circuit, the trouble message will be zone specific.
The Relay/City-Tie Module (if confi jgured to transmit trouble) delays its trouble output for 6 hours when
activated by a loss of AC power. The base panel trouble relay activates 6 seconds after the loss of AC
power. The relay's 6 second contact transfer delay minimizes nuisance troubles due to brownouts and
power line failures. All other trouble conditions are transmitted off premise without delay. In addition to the
system trouble LED, IDC zones, IAC zones, and option modules light a unique trouble LED, further
identifying the cause of the problem.
TO silence the trouble buzzer, press the TROUBLE SILENCE switch. The system trouble LED will light
steadily. New trouble conditions resound the trouble buzzer, and cause the system trouble LED to flash
slowly. Correction of the problem causing a trouble condition automatically returns the panel to the normal
mode, if no other faults exist. Certain critical internal faults and Class A trouble conditions latch the panel
into the trouble mode, requiring the panel to be reset before exiting the trouble mode. Module placement
trouble conditions remain active until the panel i IS reprogrammed.
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Supervisory Mode
When the panel is in the Supervisory Mode, a portion of the building fire protection system (not the panel)
is in an abnormal condition and its proper operation is affected. If an alarm occurs while in the supervisory
mode, the panel will enter the alarm mode and sound an alarm. If a supervisory condition is detected while
in the trouble mode, the panel enters the supervisory mode. |
In the supervisory mode, the system trouble LED, amber supervisory zone LED, and trouble buzzer all
operate at 120 pulses per minute. The trouble relay operates and the Relay/City-Tie Module (if configured
to transmit supervisory alarm) transmits a supervisory and trouble signal. The respective zone LED on the
remote annunciator will illuminate. The dialer will transmit a zone specific supervisory signal to the Central
Monitoring Station.
Restoration of the supervisory condition causes the amber supervisory zone LED to light steadily. The
trouble buzzer continues to pulse rapidly, or will resound if previously silenced. The respective zone LED
on the remote annunciator will remain illuminated during the supervisory restore mode. -
Press the RESET switch to exit the supervisory mode when all supervisory alarms have restored. The
dialer will transmit a zone specific restore signal to the Central Monitoring Station.
Drill Mode |
The drill mode operates both IACs. The panel will leave the drill mode, enter the alarm mode, and sound
an alarm if an alarm is detected. The panel will leave the drill mode and enter the supervisory mode if a
supervisory condition occurs.
The drill mode is entered from the normal mode by simultaneously pressing the ALARM SILENCE and
RESET switches for at least one second. Entering the drill mode places the panel in the trouble mode. The
trouble LED will flash slowly. Pressing the ALARM SILENCE switch terminates the drill. The alarm relay and
the Relay/City-Tie Module (when configured to transmit alarms) do not operate in the drill mode.
To exit the drill mode, either press the ALARM SILENCE switch, or press the RESET switch.
IDC Zone Disable
Initiating Device Circuits (IDCs) may be individually Disabled by operating a zone'S ZONE DISABLE switch.
Disabling a zone permits the panel to be reset and restore protection to all zones except the disabled
ones. The ZONE DISABLE switch is also used to select a zone for testing, as detailed in the section entitled
Test Mode.
When a zone(s) is disabled, the Zone Disabled LED as well as the individual zone trouble LED exhibit a 2-
phase flash, and the panel is put in the trouble mode. If the panel was in an Alarm, Supervisory, or Trouble
state when the ZONE DISABLE switch was activated, the panel will not return to normal.
When a disabled zone is re-enabled, its zone LED indicates its status. If a re-enabled zone indicates it is
in alarm, the panel will wait 10 seconds before going into the alarm mode. Pressing the ZONE DISABLE
switch within the 10 second period disables the zone again, without the panel going into the alarm mode.
A disabled zone's status is retained in the panel's memory during power down, and will remain disabled
upon power up. Panel reset does not change a zone's enabled/disabled status.
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Test Mode
The Test Mode | is used to verify the operation of the panel, alarm initiating devices, and the integrity € of
field wiring. | |
The panel will leave the test mode, enter the alarm mode, and sound an alarm if a zone not selected for
testing detects an alarm. The panel will leave the test mode and enter the supervisory mode if a zone not
selected for testing detects a supervisory condition. Putting the panel in the test mode also puts it in the
trouble mode.
Select an IDC zone(s) for testing by operating its respective zone disable switch(s). The "audible" test
mode is entered from the normal or trouble modes by simultaneously pressing the TROUBLE SILENCE and
RESET switches for at least one second. This causes the zone disabled LED to show a 3-phase flash and
the trouble buzzer to pulse slowly. The trouble buzzer can be silenced in the test mode. The alarm relay,
Relay/City-Tie Module (when configured to transmit alarms) will not operate in the test mode unless a valid
alarm on any zone not being tested is received. Pressing the TROUBLE SILENCE and RESET switches a
second time, for at least one second while in the audible test mode, puts the panel in the "silent" test
mode. This causes the zone disabled LED to show a 4-phase flash and the trouble buzzer continues to
sound. The silent test mode operates identically to the audible test mode with the exception that the IACs
are not activated. The use of a Preventive Maintenance Tester (P/N 46288-001 7) IS recommended when
performing a silent walk test.
Any alarm (verified or non-verified) on a zone under test will operate both IACs. The panel will sound one
short pulse for zone 1, five short pulses for zone 5, etc., audibly identifying the number of the zone
successfully tested. A trouble condition or ground fault on any zone under test, or an open or ground on
either IAC, sounds a one second pulse on both IACs. If the auxiliary power | is programmed as resettable, it
will De deactivated while the zone under test is being reset.
In the test mode, the time the disabled IDC zone(s) takes to reset is characteristic of the source initiating
the test sequence, as shown in Table 6.2. This feature is primarily used when testing in the silent test
mode. The IDC zone reset period may be determined by measuring the length of time that the nominal
IDC voltage (24 De) equals 0 VDC. |
Initiating Condition IAC Response IDC Zone Reset Period
| | (Audible Test Mode Only) (Audible & Silent Test Modes)
Alarm on disabled IDC under test_ _ Coded zone 4 — — 8 seconds
Open on disabled IDC under test —. 1secondpulse a ‚| 4 seconds
Ground fault on any panel wiring _ __1 second pulse | 2 seconds
Open IAC circuit _ | 1 second pulse ~~ Not Applicable
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To exit the test mode, press and hold the RESET switch for one second.
Dialer Operations |
Refer to BIALER OPERATIONS drawing
| Single Flash GREEN — Call to Central Monitoring Station in
RED Alarm Sent &
Fast Flash AMBER alarm sent &
AMBER restore sent &
Flash AMBER Module in trouble
Double Flash AMBER Module disabled
Remote Trouble Unit |
The green Power LED will be on whenever the RTU is receiving power from the control panel.
The Amber Trouble LED will be on whenever the control panel is in trouble.
The Trouble Buzzer will sound when the contro! panel is in trouble and the trouble silence switch is in the
normal position, and will sound when the control panel is not in trouble and the trouble silence switch is in
the silence position. |
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| Condition о
3 or 4-Phase flashing Amber ZONE DISABLED LED
Possible Cause
1. System is in the Test mode (Disabled zones are under test)
Slow flashing Amber TROUBLE LED & Signal Appliances
1. System is in the Drill mode
1. Silence the Trouble
2. Duplicate fault conditions 3 to 12, one at a time to see
if there is a subsequent trouble. When NO subsequent
trouble when the fault is duplicated, you have isolated
the cause of the trouble. |
Defective power supply
Battery lead poorly connected
Battery low and currently charging -
10. New module installed on power/data bus
11. Unresponsive module on power/data bus
12. Programming Mode Switch in program mode
operating
Slow flashing Green POWER ON LED & Trouble Buzzer | 1. System is in the Program mode
pulsing 2. Program switch in "ON" position
Slow flashing Amber Common TROUBLE LED 1. Circuit open, missing or wrong EOL resistor
2. Fuse F1 open
NOTE: 3. Excessive load on auxiliary power terminals
When ONLY the common trouble LED is lit, the problem 4. Battery lead not connected or open
is related to possible causes 3 through 12. To determine 5. Battery fuse open
| the cause: 6. Defective batteries
7.
8.
9.
Slow flashing Amber TROUBLE LED, & slow flashing
Amber Signal Trouble LED
1. Electronic circuit breakers open
2. Circuit open, missing, or incorrect EOL resistor
3. Circuit shorted, improperly installed device
Slow flashing Amber TROUBLE LED & Ground Fault
LED.
1. Ground fault on field wiring
RCT-1 Trouble LED
1. Open Circuit on field wiring
2. Master box not reset
ADMM Trouble LED
1. Field wiring open
4-Wire detectors will not reset
Amber zone LED & zone
LED
Amber zone LED & zone disabled LED
Amber zone LED & zone disabled LED
will not work
Power LED
not as resettable
Zone switch activated
Zone in audible test mode
Zone in silent test mode
Mode Switch in the ON
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Trouble |
(x PAUSE x PAUSE +... AMBER)
| 1. Retry count exceeded, unable to communicate. -
Possible Caus
2. Phone line open or shorted.
Disabled
(Xx PAUSE xx PAUSE AH. . AMBER)
1. Disable switch activated.
(dialer will automatically re-enable in 24 Hrs.
and transmit current status)
2. Dialer not completely programmed.
3. In programing mode, waiting entry of 24 hour test
call offset time.
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8.0 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
Before commenci ng testing, notify all areas where the alarm sounds and off premise locations that receive
alarm and trouble transmissions that testing is in progress.
O Records of all testing and maintenance shall be kept on the protected premises for a period of at least
five (5) years.
O Required Tools:
Slotted Screwdriver, Insulated
Digital Multimeter.
1.1KQ, 1W resistor
12" (30.5 cm) jumper lead with alligator clips
Panel Door Key
O A complete check of installed field wiring and devices should be made at regular intervals, in
accordance with NFPA 72 and ULC 524 requirements. This includes testing all alarm and supervisory
alarm initiating devices and circuits, and any off premise connections.
O Panel operation should be verified in the alarm, supervisory, and trouble modes.
To ensure that the panel can be powered when primary power is lost, the batteries should be
periodically inspected, tested, and replaced (as a minimum) every four (4) years.
8.1 Preventive Maintenance Schedule
Component Testing Test Procedure
| Interval | a
Manual Stations | Semi-annually 1. Visual inspection
| | о 2. Put zone in test mode
3. Activate mechanism |
4. Verify proper IDC zone response
“Non-Restorable | Semi-annually 1. Visual inspection
Heat Detectors 2. Put zone in test mode
3. Test mechanically and/or electrically
| 4. Verify proper IDC zone response
Restorable Heat | Semi-annually 1. Visual Inspection |
Detectors 2. Put zone in test mode |
3. Activate at least one detector on each IDC. Within five years all detectors on
_ each IDC shall be tested
Smoke Annually 1. Visual inspection
Detectors 2. Put zone in test mode |
3. Functional test to verify proper IDC zone response
4. Check sensitivity
5. Clean as required
Waterflow 2 Months 1. Put zone in test mode
Switches | 2. Activate sprinkier test valve. Refer to Sprinkler system test procedure.
Table 8.1 continued on next page.
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_Componen
Supervisory
Testing
Interval
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| Put zone in test mode
Transmission
Semi-annually
Signal Initiating 2. Operate valve a
Devices 3. Test pressure, temperature, and water level sensors per the sprinkler system
test procedure |
Remote Annually 1. Verify all indicators operating properly.
Annunciators 2. Verify RTU Trouble Signal operating properly.
Alarm Indicating | Annually 1. Visual Inspection
Appliances 2. Put panel in alarm, drill, or test mode. Verify all indicating appliances operating
properly |
All Initiating Annually 1. Bypass zone and enter test mode
Device Circuits 2. Short IDC zone (15 seconds for waterflow). IACs should activate, sounding the
Verified zone number
Non-Verified 3. Wait 15 seconds. Place 1.1KQ across IDC. IACs should activate, sounding the
Waterflow zone number |
Waterflow w/ 4. Wait 15 seconds, then open the IDC field wiring. IACs should activate, sounding
Retard а 1 second pulse
Supervisory 5. Wait 15 seconds, then ground one side of the IDC field wiring. IACs should
activate, sounding a 1 second pulse
6. Reset and lock panel at conclusion of all testing
Panel LEDs 4 Annually 1. Hluminate all LEDs by pressing the RESET switch
Trouble Buzzer 2. Reset and lock panel at conclusion of all testing
Panel Primary | Acceptance and | 1. Remove Primary AC power
Power Re-acceptance 2. Verify panel operates from battery
tests 3. Verify pane! goes into trouble (6 second delay)
4. Restore AC power at end of test -
5. Reset and lock pane! at conclusion of all testing
Panel Secondary | Acceptance and | 1. Remove Primary AC power
Power Re-acceptance 2. Measure standby and alarm currents, and compare with battery calculations to
tests verify adequate battery capacity.
3. Test under full load for five (5) minutes
4. Measure battery voltage under full load (20.4 to 27.3 VDC)
5. Restore AC power at end of test |
| 6. Reset and lock panel at conclusion of all testing.
Panel Trouble Annually 1. Verify operation of system trouble LED and trouble buzzer
_ Signals 2. Reset and lock panel at conclusion of all testing
Auxiliary System | Monthly 1. Coordinate test with receiving location
Off-Premise Fire 2. Verify receipt of all transmitted signals
Alarm Signal 3. Reset and lock panel at conclusion of all testing
Transmission | |
Remote System | Every 2 Months 1. Coordinate test with receiving location
Off-Premise 2. Verify receipt of all transmitted signals
Waterflow 3. Reset and lock panel at conclusion of all testing
Signal
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8.2 Testing Procedures for the DL1 Dialer Module
Every Six months (or as required by the Authority Having Jurisdiction):
e Verify that the dialer module is connected to two separate phone lines.
e Activate an alarm initiating device and verify the alarm is received at the Central Monitoring Station
(CMS). Restore System to normal.
e Verify that failure of the primary signal path (phone line connected to J1) results in a trouble signal
being transmitted via the secondary signal path (phone line connected to J2) within 4 minutes.
e Verify that failure of the secondary signal path (phone line connected to J2) results in a trouble signal
being transmitted via the primary signal path (phone line connected to J1) within 4 minutes.
8.3 Testing Procedures for Compatible 2-Wire Smoke Detectors
EST 6250
O Functional Test: Hold a magnet next to the alarm LED. The detector should alarm within 5 seconds.
O Cleaning: To clean the ion chamber, disable the zone using the ENABLE/DISABLE switch to prevent
accidental alarm. Remove the detector from its base. Remove the grill. Place the vacuum cleaner
nozzle over the chamber and remove dust. Reinsert the grill by aligning the tabs on the grill with the
slots on the housing. Press the grill into the housing and turn clockwise until the grill locks into
position.
EST 6270 | |
O Functional test: Insert the long end of the calibrated test probe (P/N 6278-001A) into the oblong
opening on top of detector grill. The detector should alarm within 10 seconds. Insert the short end of
_ the calibrated test probe into the oblong opening on top of the detector grill. The detector should NOT
alarm within 10 seconds. If an alarm occurs, clean or replace the detector.
O Cleaning: To clean photo chamber, disable the zone using the ENABLE/DISABLE switch to prevent
accidental alarm. Remove the detector from its base. Remove the grill. Vacuum dust and foreign
material from the optic ramp area. Remove the bug screen from the grill. Wash the bug screen and
grill in water and air dry. Reinsert the screen into the grill. Reinsert the grill by aligning the arrow on
the rim of the grill with the LED on the housing and turn clockwise until the grill locks into position.
At the conclusion of testing, notify all locations previously contacted that testing is complete.
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8.4 Replacement Parts
12V6A5
6V8A
12V10A
46288-0017
46071-0409
EOL-P1
46229-0107
46097-0110
46063-1055
46063-1056
46063-1057
46063-1058
46063-1059
46063-1060
46166-0144
46262-0007
46073-0138
46073-0139
12V AH
6 V, 8.0 AH 4
12V, 10 AH
Preventive Maintenance Tester
ULI Listed series supervisory resistor (1.1KQ)
and ULI Listed EOL resistor KQ
ULC Listed End-Of-Line Resistor on 1 Plate
4.7KQ2 UL Listed End-Of-Line Resistor
Cabinet 8 Fuse
EST1-2Z3 Door
EST1-2Z3R Red Door
EST1-2Z3-220 Door
EST1-2Z6 Door
EST1-2Z6R Red Door
EST1-2Z6-220 Door
# 45 Lock & 2 |
0.5" (13 Hex threaded Standoff
EST 1-223 Terminal Cover
EST1-2Z6 Terminal Cover
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9.0 SPECIFICATIONS a
Base Panel Assemblies
Dimensions (HWD)
EST1-2Z3 Panel a. R | | |
Back box 12" x 14" x 2.75" [30.5 cm x 35.6 cm x 7.0 cm]
Finished 14" х 15. 75° х 1. 125" [35.6 ст х 40.0 ст x 2.9 cm]
EST1-2Z6 Panel ВЕ
Back box | | 13" x 20.19" x 2.75" [33.0 cm x 51.3 ст x 7.0 cm]
Finished | 15" x22" x 1.125" [38.1 cm x 55.9 cm x 2.9 cm]
Weight (less battery) Po
EST1-2Z3 Panel | | 12 bs. (5.5 Kg)
EST1-276 Panel | 16 Ibs. (7.3 Kg)
Input Power |
EST1-273 8 EST1-2Z6 120 VAC @ 3.5 A, 50 - 60 Hz
EST1-273-220 4. EST1-276-220 | 220-240 VAC @ 1.75A, 50 - 60 Hz.
Output Power - Signals | — | 24 VDC @ 4A. Refer to Compatibility Section.
Auxiliary Power | | 24 VDC nominal @ 500 mA
| | filtered, reset programmable.
a Refer to Compatibility Section.
Maximum Capacitance | 100uF
Option Module Spaces В ~~ | EST1-2Z3 Panel: 3 inpuvOuput
| | EST1-2Z6 Panel: 3 Input and 3 Output —
Battery Type . o |
EST1-2Z3 Panel 2x12V, 6.5 AH, Lead-Acid
EST1-226 Panel | 2х 12 \, 6.5 АН, Lead-Acid
| 4 x 6 V, 8.0 AH, Lead-Acid
BC-2(R) Battery Cabinet 2 x 12 V, 10AH, Lead-Acid
Ground Fault Detection 10KQ to earth, all field wiring except AC input and
common relay contacts.
IDC Zones | | |
Style Two Class B (Style B) or Class A (Style D)
Configurations | Verified or non-verified alarm |
| Waterflow or waterflow with retard
| | Supervisory
Detector Capacity per IDC Circuit 30 - photoelectric smoke
50 - ipnization smoke
Detector voltage = 17.85 to 26.4 VDC.
Max. Ripple = 400 mVDC
Max. Alarm Current = 33 mADC.
Refer to Compatibility Section.
| | | 2-Wire Relay Bases are NOT supported.
Supervisory Series & EOL Resistors 1.1KQ, 1 Watt; 3.6KQ, 1/2 Watt;
(P/N 46071-0409 for ULI) a
(2 each P/N EOL-P1 for ULC)
IDG End-Of-Line Resistor 4.7KQ , 1/2 Watt
Max. IDC Circuit Field Wiring Resistance 500
IAC Circuits Two Class B (Style Y), optional Class A (Style 2)
_JAC Output Power/Ckt Nominal 24 VDC @ 2.5A; 4.0 Amp total for both zones
IAC EOL 4.7KQ, 1/2 Watt —
System Alarm Relay | Form C, 24 VDC @1 A. Refer to Compatibility Section for
proper installation.
System Trouble Relay Form C, 24 VDC @1 A. Refer to Compatibility Section for
| | | proper installation.
Indicators Power, System Trouble, Zone Disabled, Alarm Silenced,
Alarm, Signal circuit trouble (2), and Ground Fault LEDs
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Controls
Panel Assemblies ..
Silence, Reset, and Zone _
Operating Temperature
Trouble Silence, Alarm
| Enable/Disable Switches
Max. Battery Charger Current 500 mADC.
Environment
Relative Humidity 85% @ 86°F (30°C)
‚ ВРАС Base Panel Class A (Sty
32°F to 120°F (0°C to 49°C)
tion:
e D/Z) Converter Module (P/N 46199-1071)
Expansion Space None |
IDC Wiring Converts two Style B Circuits into two Style D Circuits
IAC Wiring Converts two Style Y Circuits into two Style Z Circuits
Weight 0.4 Ibs (0.18 Kg) ЕЕ |
Expansion Space
IDC Zones
Two Style B, verification optional
Detector Capacity per IDC Circuit
| Refer to Compatability Section. Relay Bases are NOT
30 - Photoelectric Smoke.
50 - lonization Smoke
Detector voltage = 17.85 to 26.4 VDC.
Max. Ripple = 400 mVDC.
Max. Alarm Current = 33 mADC.
- Supported.
IDC EOL 4.7KQ, 1/2 Watt
Max. Circuit Resistance 500 |
Indicators and Controls Trouble LED |
Enable/Disable Switch
Weight
0.3 Ibs (0.14 Kg)
IDCA IDC Class À (Style D).
Zone Converter Module (
Expansion Space None
IDC Wiring Two Class A (Style D) Circuits
Weight 0.3 Ibs (0.14 Kg)
RCT-1 Relay/Ci
Expansion Space
1 .
Configurable Operation Reset, Alarm, Trouble, or Supervisory
Master Box Operation Nominal 24 VDC
Max. Wiring Resistance 25 |
Trip Current 200 mA into 14.5 Q coil
Reverse Polarity Operation
Loop and Receiver Resistance
Current Range
Nominal 24 VDC
1.5 KQ, Max.
2.5 to 9.9 mA
Dry Contact (Shunt)
Normally-Open OR Normally-Closed, 24 VDC @ 1 A.
Refer to Application Section for proper installation.
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Trouble LED |
_Enable/Disable Switch -
0.4 Ibs (0.18 Kg)
Weight
ADMM Annunciator D
Expansion Space | 1
Circuit Rating _ 30 VE 15 MA Max.
Weight 0.4 Ibs (0.18 Kg) |
ADSM Annunciator Driver Slave Module (P/N 240462)
Expansion Space | Lo
Circuit Rating 30 V Q 15 MA Max.
Weight 0.3 Ibs (0.14 Kg)
22 A Min.
24 VDC, Nominal
10 mA
11 mA
12 mA
1 mA
2 mA
10 mA
11 mA + 11
12 mA + 11 mA/ Active zone LED
Active :
1 MA + 11 mA/ zone LED
2 mA + 11 mA/ Active zone LED
(C) = French/English bilingual version |
Wiring | 5 Ft (1.52 M) Max. 16 AWG Min.
Battery Type 2 x 12 V, 10 AH, Lead-Acid x
Dimensions (HWD) | В
Back box 13" x 20.19" x 2.75" [33.0 cm x 51.3 cm x 7.0 cm)
Finished 15" x 22" x 1.125" [38.1 cm x 55.9 cm x 2.9 cm] _
| Expansion Space
Dialer Module
1
Phone Line:
Wall Connector
Two Loop Start lines on Public switched telephone
network, Pulse or DTMF dialing.
Standard RJ-31X jack
Line Supervision
Trouble when line voltage < 10 V & line current < 5
mA.
Communications Protocol
SIA pulse format P3, 20 PPS, 3/2 or 4/2, double
| round, 1400 Hz handshake,
1900 Hz carrier
Telephone Numbers
Two, 24 digit numbers
FCC Registration Number
4Z22USA-22549-AL-E
Dialing Retries
5 10 10
AC Power Failure Delay
0 to 18 hours
Clock Accuracy
Within one hour/year
Compliance
Communications Canada CS-03
FCC / CFR 47 Parts 15 & 68
NFPA 72; UL 864; ULC S527-M87
FM |
Programming Phone
Any Tone dial (DTMF) Phone with RJ11 plug
Weight
0.4 Ibs (0.18 Kg) | |
Event Condition
Alarm
Supervisory Alarm
Trouble
Restore
Supervisory Restore
Alarm
Supervisory Alarm
Trouble
Restore
Supervisory Restore
Event Code
DL1 Dialer Codes
Event Condition
Zone6 Alarm 61
Supervisory Alarm | 62
Trouble 03
Restore 64
Supervisory Restore 65
Alarm
Supervisory Alarm
Trouble
Restore
Supervisory Restore
Dialer Disabled
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Event Code
ES
10.0 APPENDICES
10.1 Appendix 1 - Battery Calculations
‘Maximum internal battery size is 8 AH. Maximum battery size with optional BC-2 Battery Cabinet i Is 10 AH.
Refer to Replacement Parts Section for part numbers.
There are two methods of determining the correct battery capacity required for a given panel configuration
and the required supervisory and alarm times:
O The battery tables allow quick battery selection. The tables offer a worst case solution. When the
tables indicate a battery requirement which forces the use of the next size larger battery, using the
battery calculation worksheets may be advantageous.
O When the panel parameters don't fit the tables, or when more accurate calculations are desired, use
the worksheet method. The worksheets yield : a more precise answer, which may be slightly lower than
the worst case values.
Battery Tables
Three pairs of battery tables are provided for the three most common Supervisory and Alarm Time
combinations. For instructions on using the battery tables, refer to the section entitled Using the Battery
Tables.
1AC Alarm Current (A) 1 Auxiliary Power Alarm Current
Option | 0.5 | 1.0 | 1.5 | 2.0 | 2.5 | 3.0 | 3. | Supervisory | O | 100 | 200 | 300 | 400 | 500
Current | |
1.7 | 1.8 | 1.8 | 1.9 | 2.0 | 2.1 . . | 0 0.0 | 0.0 7 0.0 | 0.1 | 0.1 | 0.1
2.1 | 2.2 | 2.3 | 2.4 | 2.4 | 2.5 | 2. . 25 0.7 | 0.7 | 0.7 | 0.7 | 0.7 | 0.8
2.5 | 2.6 | 2.7 3.0 | 3. . 50 | 1.3 | 1.4 | 1.4 | 1.4 | 1.4 | 1.4
3.0 | 3.1 | 3.1 | 3.2 | 3.3 | 3.4 | 3. 3.6 75 2.0 | 2.0 | 2.0 | 2.1 12.11) 2.1
3.4 | 3.5 | 3.6 | 3.7 | 3.7 | 3.8 1 3. . 2.7 | 2.7 | 2.7 | 2.7 | 2.7 | 2.8
3.8 | 3.9 | 4.0 | 4.1 | 4.2 | 4 . . | 3.3 | 3.4 | 3.4 | 3.4 | 3.4
4.3 | 4.3 | 4.4 | 4.5 | 4.6 | 4.7 | 4.8 | 4. 4.0 | 4.0 | 4.0 | 4.1 | 4.1
JAC Alarm Current (A) В | Auxiliary Power Alarm Current
Auxiliary Power
1.5 1 2.0 | 2.5 | 3.0 | 3. . Supervisory | 100 | 200 | 300 | 400 | 500
| | Current |
3.1 | 3.6 | 4.1 | 4.6 | 5. . 0 - 0.1 | 0.1 | 0.2 | 0.3 | 0.3
3.5 | 4.0 | 4.5 | 5.0 | 5. . 25 . 0.7 | 0.8} 0.9 | 0.9 | 1.0
4.0 | 4.5 | 5.0 . . | 50 . 1.4 | 1.5 | 1.5 | 1.6 | 1.7
4.4 | 4.9 | 5.4 | 5.9 | 6. . 75 .0 | 2.1 | 2.1 | 2.2 | 2.3 | 2.3
4.8 | 5.3 | 5.8 | 6.3 | 6. . | _ 2.7 | 2.7 | 2.8 | 2.9 | 2.9 | 3.0
5.3 | 5.8 | 6.3 | 6.8 | 7. . | | 3. 3.4 | 3.5 1 3.5 | 3.6 | 3.7
5.7 | 6.2 | 6.7 | 7.2 . 2 | В O | 4.1 | 4.1 | 4.2 | 4.3 | 4.3
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IAC Alarm Current (A) do | Auxiliary Power Alarm Current
Auxiliary Power |
1.5 | 2.0 | 2.5 | 3.0 | 3. Supervisory 0 | 100 | 200 | 300 | 400 | 500
Current | | |
4.2 | 4.3 | 4.4 | 4.5 | 4. 7 | 0 0.0 | 0.0 | 0.0 | 0.1 | 0.1 1 0.1
5.3 | 5.4 | 5.5 | 5.6 | 5. —25 1.7 | 1.7 | 1.7 | 1.7 1 1.7 1 1.8
6.4 | 6.5 | 6.5 | 6.6 | 6. 50 3.3 | 3.4 | 3.4 | 3.4 | 3.4 | 3.4
7.4 | 7.5 1 7.6 | 7.7 | 7. 75 4.5 | 4.5 | 4.5 | 4.5 | 4.5 | 4.5
8.5 | 8.6 | 8.6 | 8.7
9.6 | 9.7 | 9.8 | 9.9
Using the Battery Tables
Having selected the proper pair of tables, you must know the number of option modules installed in the
panel, the total IAC current required, and any auxiliary current required. Option modules are 2IDC Two
Zone Initiating Device Circuit Modules, RCT-1 Relay/City-Tie, and ADMM Annunciator Driver Master
Modules. BPAC Class A Converters, IDCA Class A IDC Converters, and ADSM Annunciator Driver Slave
Modules are NOT considered in the module count.
1. Inthe appropriate Panel Current Load Table, select the first column with an alarm current equal to or
greater than the total indicating appliance load.
2. In that column, circle the value which intersects the row representing the number of modules i in your
system.
3. Inthe corresponding Auxiliary Power Load Table, select the first column with an auxiliary power
alarm current equal to or greater than the total auxiliary power alarm current load. Remember to
include remote annunciator current.
4. In that column, circle the value which intersects the row representing the auxiliary power supervisory
current in your system.
5. Add the two circled values together to determine the minimum amp-hour (AH) battery capacity
required.
6. Select a battery combination with an amp-hour (AH) rating of equal or greater value.
Battery Calculation Example #1
A panel with one option module is to be installed in
accordance with the Canadian National Building Code
(NBC) requirement of 24 hours standby, 30 minutes IAC Alarm Current
alarm. The IAC requires 2.5 Amps, and there is no #
auxiliary power used. Calculate the minimum required Option | 0.5 | 1.0 | 1.5 | 2.0 3.0
battery capacity that will meet the requirements. Looking 5 56131138 18
at Table 10.2, the intersection of the one (1) option $ : : :
module row and the 2.5A IAC alarm current column 0135140145 55
occurs at 4.5. Since there is no auxiliary power 4 | 3.9 | 44 | 49 5.9
requirement, the required battery capacity is 4.5 AH. 8 | 4.3 | 48 | 5. 6.3
Two 12 V, 6.5 AH batteries (P/N 12V6A5) will | 3 | 4.8 | 5.3 | 5. 6.8
adequately power this system. .7 | 5.2 | 5.7 | 6. 7.2
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Battery Calculation Example #2
A panel with two option modules requires 24 hours of standby, 5 minutes alarm. The IAC requires 2.5
Amps. The remote trouble unit to be installed with the panel requires 15 mA of supervisory current and 15
mA in the Alarm mode. Calculate the minimum required battery capacity that will meet these requirements.
Looking at Table 10.1, the intersection of the two (2) option module row and the 2.5A IAC alarm current
column occurs at 2.9. The intersection of the 15 mA supervisory current row (25 mA heading) and the 15
mA supervisory alarm current column (100 mA heading) occurs at 0.7. Adding the values of the two table
“intersections together (2.9 + 0.7 = 3.6), the required battery capacity is 3. 6 AH. Two 12V, 6.5 AH batteries
(P/N 12V6AS) will adequately power this system.
IAC Alarm Current (A) | | ~~ | Auxiliary Power Alarm Current
| | | Auxiliary a. ВЕ
1.0 | 1.5 | 2.0 3.0 | 3.! . Supervisory 200 | 300 | 400 | 500
| | Current |
1.8 | 1.8 | 1.9 2.1 | 2. - | 0 0. 0.0 | 0.1 | 0.1 | 0.1
2.2 | 2.3 | 2.4 2.5 | 2.
| | 500000 . 1.4 | 1.4 | 1.4
3.1 | 3.1 | 3.2 3.4 | 3. . 75 . 2.0 | 2.1
3.5 | 3.6 | 3.7 3.8 | 3. . 100 . 2.7 | 2.7 | 2.7
3.9 | 4.0 | 4.1 4.2 | 4. . | 25 3. 3.4 | 3.4 | 3.4
4.3 | 4.4 | 4.5 4.7 | 4. . | I .0 4.0 | 4.1 | 4.1
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Battery Calculation Worksheets
If the panel parameters exceed the values in the battery calculation tables, or if detailed battery
calculations are required, the battery calculation worksheets should be used.
1.
Enter the quantity of each module installed i in the "Quantity" column, next to the appropriate module
description.
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2. For each quantity entry, multiply the value in the "Quantity" column by the value in the "Supervisory"
column, and enter the value in the "Total Supervisory" column.
3. For each quantity entry, multiply the value in the "Quantity" column by the value in the "Alarm" column,
and enter the value in the "Total Alarm" column.
4. Add all values in the "Total Supervisory" column and put the answer in the Total Supervisory box "A".
5. Add all values in the "Total Alarm" column and put the answer in the Total Alarm box "85".
6. Enter the required supervisory time (hours) in box "C", and the total alarm time (minutes) in the alarm
time box "Dr.
7. Substitute the values from boxes "A" through "D" in the battery calculation formula, and calculate the
minimum battery capacity.
Description Quantity Supervisory Total Supervisory Alarm Total
| (mA) | mA Alarm
Base Panel 1 X 55 55 100 100
2 Zone input module X 16 | — 45
Relay Modules X 16 76
Dialer X 12 25
Style D IDC Converter 0 40
Annunciator Master X 10 100
Remote Trouble Unit X 10 10
Auxiliary Power (mA)
Number of Detectors [ | 0.050
Signal Load (mA)
Battery Calculation
Supervisory Hours (С)
Alarm Minutes (D)
TOTAL | (A) | [8]
(L11xAXC)+(0033xBXD)
1000
Battery Capacity (A.H. )=
NOTE: Battery capacity of panel can be extended t to 10 AH using the BC-2 Battery Cabinet
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Battery Calculation Example #3 |
A panel with two (2) Two Zone Initiating Device Circuit Modules requires 24 hours standby, 5 minutes
alarm. The Indicating Appliance Circuit requires 2.5 Amps. The remote trouble unit to be installed with the
panel requires 15 mA in the Supervisory mode and 15 mA inthe Alarm mode. Calculate the minimum
- required battery capacity that will meet these e requirements.
Description — Quantity Supervisory - Total Supervisory Alarm Total
| - (mA) Alarm
Base Panel 1 _ 55 } 55 100
1 2 Zone input module 2 16 | 32 45
Relay Modules | 16 | | —76
Style D IDC Converter 0 40
Dialer 12 25
Annunciator Master 10 100
Remote Trouble Unit 10 10
‘Auxiliary Power (mA) | |
Number of Detectors 0.050 | _30 __30
Signal Load (mA) | | | | — 2,500
TOTAL 105 (A) | 2,703
(B)
Battery Calculation
Supervisory Hours 24 (O
Alarm Minutes 51D
Enter the data in the formula and solve the equation.
(111x105 x 24) + (0.033 x 2 1033)
Battery Capacity (А.Н.) = = 1000
= 32Ч А.Н.
NOTE: Battery capacity of panel can be extended to 10 AH using the BC-2 Battery Cabinet.
Two 12V, 6.5 AH batteries (P/N 12V6A5) will adequately power this system. Note that this is the same
sample problem as Example #2. In this case, however, the answer provided by using the worksheets is
only slightly lower than the answer provided by using the tables.
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Battery Calculation Example #4 |
A panel with a Two Zone initiating Device Circuit Module is to be installed i in accordance with the
Canadian National Building Code (NBC) requirement of 24 hours standby, 30 minutes alarm. The
Indicating Appliance Circuit requires 2.5 Amps, and there is no auxiliary power used. Calculate the
minimum required battery capacity that wil meet these requirements.
Description Quantity Supervisory Total Supervisory Alarm Total
| (mA) I Alarm
Base Panel 1 55 55 100 100
2 Zone input module 16 186 45 uS
| Relay Modules | 16 a | 76
Style D IDC Converter 0 0 | 40
Dialer 12 25
Annunciator Master 10 100
Remote Trouble Unit 10 10
Auxiliary Power (mA) |
Number of Detectors 0.050 10 ВЕ 10
Signal Load (mA) — | | 2,500
TOTAL | 72 (A)]
Battery Calculation
Supervisory Hours AU (OC)
Alarm Minutes 30 (D)
Enter the data in the formula and solve the equation.
(111XT2x24)+(0033x2 646 x 30)
Battery Capacity (A.H.) = “1000
=USA.H.
NOTE: Battery capacity of panel can be extended to 10 AH using the BC-2 Battery Cabinet.
Two 12 V, 6.5 AH batteries (P/N 12V6A5) will adequately power this system. Note that this is the same
. sample problem as Example #1. In this case, the answer provided by using the worksheets is the same as
the answer ‘provided by using the tables. |
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10.2 Appendix 2 - Compatible Devices
ULI Compatibility Listings
Compatible devices listed in this section are for use in the USA ONLY.
Compatible devices listed by GS Building Systems Corporation.
Electrical Data
Device UL Smoke Standby | Ripple | Maximum Standby Detector Load
| Detector Voltage @ Voltage
Compatibility 1D Detector
Ш | | | __ Style B Style D_
EST1-223 00 | 17.85-26.4VDC | 400mV | 25mA@223VDC | N/A 470:
EST1-2Z3-220 | P/N 46229-0107
2 zone-3 space
panel | | | |
EST1-2Z6 0.0 17.85 -26.4 VDC | 400 mV 2.5 mA @ 22.3 VDC N/A + 4.7KQ
EST1-2Z6-220 | | P/N 46229-0107
2 zone-6 space |
panel | |
2iDC 0.0 | 17.85 -26.4 VDC | 400 mV 25 mA @ 22.3 VDC N/A 4.7KQ
2 Zone IDC В | | P/N 46229-0107
— Module | | | |
(P/N 240456) | | |
BPAC 0.0 17.85 -26.4 VDC | 400 mV N/A | 2.5 mA @ | N/A
Base Panel Class 22.3 VDC
A Converter | О |
(P/N 46199-1071)
IDCA | —0.0 17.85 -26.4 VDC | 400 mV N/A 25mA@ N/A
IDC Converter a. 22.3 VDC
(P/N 46199-1073) |
Manufacturer Location
685 — | Alam Device Manufacturing Co., | Syosset, NY 11791.
Div. of Pittway Corp. ~~ E I Е
СР220 Fire Burglary Instruments, | Syosset, NY 11791
Div. of Pittway Corp. |
Quick Alert Il | Osborne - Hoffman Inc. | Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742
D6500 Radionics Inc. - | _| Salinas, CA 93912
9000 Silent Knight Security Systems, Maple Grove, MN 55369
Div. of Willknight Inc. | | Ш
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291B
292B
293B
294B
5956A
6249B
6250B
6260A-100
6262A-001
6264B-001
6266B-001
6269B
6269B-003
6270B
6270B-003
6424
1352F Heat Detector
1972F Heat Detector.
1359F Heat Detector
1972F Heat Detector
Fire Alarm Indicator - LED
lonization Smoke Detector c/w Base
lonization Smoke Detector
Duct Detector/Sensor
Fire Alarm Indicator/Test Station
ionization Detector, Duct
Photoelectric Detector, Duct
Photoelectric Smoke Detector c/w Base
Photoelectric/Heat Detector c/w Base
Photoelectric Smoke Detector
Photoelectric/Heat Detector
Beam Smoke Detector - 4 wire
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Description
Description
_ 202-2B-001 0.8cd Wall Strobe, Red 5520D-AW — | Hom/Siren
202-2B-101 _0.8cd Wall Strobe, Beige 5522D-AW | Explosionproof Horn
202-2B-011 0.8cd Ceiling Strobe, Red 5523D-AW Explosionproof Siren
202-2B-101 0.8cd Wall Strobe, Beige | 5524D-AW Explosionproof Horn
202-2B-111 0.8cd Ceiling Strobe, Beige 5525D-AW Explosionproof Siren
202-6B-001 15cd Wall Strobe, Red ___ 5530D-AW Multi-Tone Signal |
202-3A-T _30cd Synchronized Strobe |5533D-AW _Explosionproof Multi-Tone Signal _
—202-3A-TW 30cd Synchronized Strobe _ 5534D-AW |_Explosionproof Multi-Tone Signal
202-5A-T 15¢d Synchronized Strobe 682-1A-HR Mini Horn
202-5A-TW 15¢d Synchronized Strobe 682-1A-HW Mini Hom
202-6A-T 60cd Synchronized Strobe 682-1B-002 Horn, Red
202-6A-TW 60cd Synchronized Strobe 682-1B-102 Horn, Beige
202-6B-011 15cd Ceiling Strobe, Red | 682-1B-012 Horn w/LED, Red
202-6B-101 15cd Wall Strobe, Beige 682-1B-112 | Hom w/LED, Beige
202-6B-111 15cd Ceiling Strobe, Beige | 692-2B-003 | O.8cdStrobe/Hom, Red
202-7A-001 15cd Ceiling Strobe, Red 692-2B-103 0.8cd Strobe/Horn, Beige
202-7A-101 15cd Strobe, Beige 692-3A-HSR 30cd Synchronized Mini Horn/Strobe
202-7A-T 15/75¢d Synchronized Strobe 692-3A-HSW 30cd Synchronized Mini Horn/Strobe
202-7A-TW 15/75cd Synchronized Strobe 692-5A-HSR _15cd Synchronized Mini Horn/Strobe
202-8A-001 110cd Strobe, Red | 692-5A-HSW 15cd Synchronized Mini Horn/Strobe
202-8A-101 110cd Strobe, Beige 692-6B-003 15cd Strobe/Horn, Red
202-8A-T 110cd Synchronized Strobe 692-6B-103 15cd Strobe/Horn, Beige
202-8A-TW 110cd Synchronized Strobe 692-7A-003 _75cd Strobe/Horn, Red
| В 1 692-7A-103 75cd Strobe/Horn, Beige |
323D-10AW Single Stroke Bell, Gray 692-7A-HSR 15/75cd Synchronized Mini Horn/Strobe
323D-10AW-R Single Stroke Bell, Red | 692-7A-HSW 15/75cd Synchronized Mini Hom/Strobe
329D-AW Single Stroke Chime | 692-8A-003 _ 110ed Strobe/Horn, Red
| | | | | 692-8A-103 110cd Strobe/Horn, Beige
403-3A-R 30cd Synchronized Bel/Strobe Plate 692-8A-HSR _110са Synchronized Mini Horn/Strobe
403-5A-R 15cd Synchronized Bell/Strobe Plate 692-8A-HSW 110cd Synchronized Mini Horn/Strobe
403-7A-R 15/75cd Synchronized Bell/Strobe o | I
403-8A-R 110cd Synchronized Bell/Strobe 732-7A-006 | 15cd Strobe/Chime, Red
405-3A-T 30cd Synchronized Strobe | 732-7A-106 15cd Strobe/Chime, Beige
405-3A-TW 30cd Synchronized Strobe , 732-8A-106 110cd Strobe/Chime, Beige
405-5A-T 15¢d Synchronized Strobe 757-1A-C | Chime — I |
- 405-5A-TW 15cd Synchronized Strobe 757-3A-CS 30cd Synchronized Chime/Strobe
405-6A-T 60cd Synchronized Strobe 757-3A-CSW 30cd Synchronized Chime/Strobe
405-6A-TW 60cd Synchronized Strobe 757-5A-CS 15¢d Synchronized Chime/Strobe
405-7A-T 15/75cd Synchronized Strobe 757-5A-CSW 15cd Synchronized Chime/Strobe
405-7A-TW 15/75¢d Synchronized Strobe | 757-7A-CS ‚|| 15/75¢cd Synchronized Chime/Strobe
405-8A-T 110cd Synchronized Strobe 757-7A-CSW 1 15/75cd Synchronized Chime/Strobe
405-8A-TW 110cd Synchronized Strobe 757-8A-CS 110cd Synchronized Chime/Strobe
439D-6AW 6” Vibrating Bell, Gray 757-8A-CSW 110cd Synchronized Chime/Strobe
439D-6AW-R 6” Vibrating Bell, Red 757-1A-H Hom о
439D-8AW 8” Vibrating Bell, Gray 757-1A-HW Hom |
439D-8AW-R 8” Vibrating Bell, Red 757-3A-HS 30cd Synchronized Horn/Strobe
439D-10AW 10” Vibrating Bell, Gray 757-3A-HSW 30cd Synchronized Horn/Strobe
439D-10AW-R 10” Vibrating Bell, Red 757-5A-HS 15cd Synchronized Hom/Strobe
439DEX-6AW 6” Explosion Proof Bell 757-5A-HSW 15¢d Synchronized Horn/Strobe
439DEX-8AW 8” Explosion Proof Beli 757-7TA-HS —_ 15/75са Synchronized Horn/Strobe
439DEX-10AW 10” Explosion Proof Bell 757-7A-HSW 15/75¢d Synchronized Horn/Strobe
757-8A-MTW 110cd Master Synchronized Temporal
Horn/Strobe
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762-8A-006
792-7A-006
792-7A-106
792-8A-106
822-1B-102
_832-28-002
832-2B-102
832-6B-002
832-6B-102
882-2B-001
882-2B-002
882-2B-101
882-2B-102
889D-AW
890RDA
891RD
892-2B-001
892-2B-002
892-2B-101
892-2B-102
892-68-001
892-6B-002
892-6B-101
892-68-102
922-1B-222 Chime
932-2B-222 0.8cd Strobe/Chime
932-6B-222 15cd Strobe/Chime
97DEXC-G1 Clear
- 97DEXR-G1 Red
0.8cd
0.8cd
15cd
15cd
Red
Horn w/T Red
Horn w/T
Horn
Wall Red
Station
0.8cd Strobe/Horn
0.8cd Strobe/Horn w/T
0.8cd Strobe/Horn
0.8cd Strobe/Horn w/T
15cd Strobe/Horn w Red
15cd Strobe/Horn w/Ter Red
15cd Strobe/Horn
15cd Strobe/Horn w/Terminals,
*MR-101/C 1-SPDT w/LED
*MR-101/T 1-SPDT w/LED
*MR-104/C 4-SPDT w/LEDs
*MR-104/T Ar SPDT w/LEDs
*MR-201/C | 1-DPDT w/LED
*MR-201/T 1-DPDT w/LED
*MR-204/C 4-DPDT w/LEDs
*MR-204/T 4-DPDT w/LEDs
“PAM-1 | 1-SPDT w/LED, Adhesive Mt.
6254A-003 Fire Alarm/Power
RTU Remote Trouble Unit
4ZA Remote Annunciator, 4 Zone
8ZA Remote Annunciator, 8 Zone |
RTU4ZA Remote Annunciator, 4 Zone w/ Trouble Unit
RTU8ZA Remote Annunciator, 8 Zone w/ Trouble Unit
* = Manufactured by Air Products & Control, Ltd.
Only the devices in Table 10.8 are listed compatible with panel auxiliary power.
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ULC Compatibility Listings
Compatible devices listed in this section are for use in CANADA ONLY.
Device
panel
EST1-2Z3
EST1-2Z3-220
2 zone-3 space
ULC Smoke
Detector
Compatibility ID
0.0
Ripple
Voltage
Standby
Voltage O
Detector
17.85-26.4 VDC | 400 mV
EE
2.5 mA @ 22.3 VDC
4.7KQ
P/N EOL-P1
EST1-2Z6
EST1-226-220
2 zone-6 space
panel
0.0
17.85 -26.4 VDC | 400 mV
2.5 mA E 22.3 VDC
N/A
-4.7KQ
P/N EOL-P1
21DC
2 Zone IDC
Module
(P/N 240456)
0.0
17.85 -26.4 VDC | 400 mV
2.5 mA @ 22.3 VDC
N/A
4.7KQ
P/N EOL-P1
BPAC
Base Panel Class
A Converter
(P/N 46199-1071)
17.85 -26.4 VDC | 400 mV
N/A
25 mA @
22.3 VDC
N/A
IDCA
IDC Converter
(P/N 46199-1073)
0.0
17.85 -26.4 VDC | 400 mV
N/A
2.5 mA @
22.3 VDC
N/A
Manufacturer
Location
685 Alarm Device Manufacturing Co., | Syosset, NY 11791
Div. of Pittway Corp. |
CP220 Fire Burglary Instruments, Syosset, NY 11791
| Div. of Pittway Corp. | | |
Quick Alert Il | Osborne - Hoffman Inc. Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742
D6500 Radionics Inc. Salinas, CA 93912
9000 Silent Knight Security Systems,
Div. of Wiliknight Inc.
Maple Grove, MN 55369
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2910
2926
293C
2940
5956A
6249C
62500
6260A-100
6260C-005
6262A-001
6264C-005
6266C-001
6269C
6269C-003
6270C
6270C-003
6426A
135% Heat Detector
1972 Heat Detector
135% Heat Detector
1972F Heat Detector
Fire Alarm Indicator - LED
lonization Smoke Detector c/w Base
lonization Smoke Detector
Duct Detector/Sensor
Duct Detector Low V
Fire Alarm Indicator/Test Station
lonization Detector, Duct
lonization Detector Low V
Photoelectric Detector, Duct
Photoelectric Smoke Detector c/w Base
Photoelectric/Heat Detector c/w Base
Photoelectric Smoke Detector
Photoelectric/Heat Detector
Beam Smoke Detector - 4-wire
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Description
128D-AWC |_Hom, Beige __ 682-1A-HR | Mini Horn
-128D-AWCR | Hom, Red | 682-1A-HW MiniHom | |
| | 692-3A-HSR 30cd Synch. Mini Horn/Strobe
200E-CULC-24 Strobe, Clear 692-3A-HSW 30cd Synch. Mini Horn/Strobe
200E-RULC-24 Strobe, Red 692-5A-HSR 15cd Synch. Mini Horn/Strobe
200E1-CULC-24 | Strobe, Clear 692-5A-HSW | 15¢d Synch. Mini Horn/Strobe
200E1-RULC-24 | Strobe, Red | ‚|| 692-7А-003 | 75cd Strobe/Hom, Red
202-3A-T | 30cd Synchronized Strobe | 692-7A-103 __ 75cd Strobe/Horn, Beige
202-3A-TW 30cd Synchronized Strobe _692-7A-HSR 15/75cd Synch. Mini Horn/Strobe
202-5A-T 15¢d Synchronized Strobe | 692-7A-HSW 15/75cd Synch. Mini Hom/Strobe
202-5A-TW 15cd Synchronized Strobe 692-8A-003 120cd Strobe/Hom, Red |
202-6A-T 60cd Synchronized Strobe 692-8A-103 - 120cd Strobe/Horn, Beige _
202-6A-TW 60cd Synchronized Strobe 692-8A-HSR 110cd Synch. Mini Horr/Strobe
202-7A-001 75cd Strobe, Red _692-8A-HSW _110cd Synch. Mini Horn/Strobe
_202-7A-101 75cd Strobe, Beige | | |
202-7A-T 1 15/75¢d Synchronized Strobe 732-7A-006 | 75¢cd Strobe/Chime, Red
202-7A-TW -15/75¢d Synchronized Strobe 732-7A-106 _75cd Strobe/Chime, Beige
202-8A-001 120cd Strobe, Red 732-8A-106 120cd Strobe/Chime, Beige
202-8A-101 120cd Strobe, Beige 757-1A-C Chime |
202-8A-T 110са Synchronized Strobe 757-1A-CW Chime
202-8A-TW 110cd Synchronized Strobe 757-3A-CS 30cd Synch.Chime/Strobe
| | I 757-3A-CSW 30cd Synch. Chime/Strobe
333D-4G1 | Single Stroke Bell, 4” 757-5A-CS _15cd Synch. Chime/Strobe
333D-6G1 __ Single Stroke Bell, 6” 757-5A-CSW 15cd Synch. Chime/Strobe
333D-10G1 Single Stroke Bell, 10” 757-7A-CS 15/75cd Synch. Chime/Strobe
339D-G1 Single Stroke Chime 757-7A-CSW 15/75cd Synch. Chime/Strobe
| 757-8A-CS 110cd Synch. Chime/Strobe
403-3A-R 30cd Synchronized Bell/Strobe 757-8A-CSW 110са Synch. Chime/Strobe
403-5A-R | 15cd Synchronized Bell/Strobe 757-1A-H Horn |
403-7A-R 15/75cd Synchronized Bell/Strobe 757-1A-HW Horn |
403-8A-R 110cd Synchronized Bell/Strobe 757-3A-HS 30cd Synchronized Horn/Strobe
405-3A-T 30cd Synchronized Strobe 757-3A-HSW 30cd Synchronized Horn/Strobe
405-3A-TW 30cd Synchronized Strobe _ 757-5A-HS _15cd Synchronized Horn/Strobe
405-5A-T 15cd Synchronized Strobe | 757-5A-HSW | 15cd Synchronized Horn/Strobe
405-5A-TW |_15cd Synchronized Strobe 7S7-7A-HS _15/75¢cd Synch. Hom/Strobe
405-6A-T 60cd Synchronized Strobe 757-7A-HSW 15/75¢d Synch. Hom/Strobe
405-6A-TW 60cd Synchronized Strobe 757-8A-HS 110cd Synchronized Hom/Strobe
405-7A-T 15/75¢d Synchronized Strobe 757-8A-HSW 110cd Synchronized Horm/Strobe
405-7A-TW 15/75¢cd Synchronized Strobe 757-1А-МТ Master Synch. Temporal Hom
405-8A-T 110cd Synchronized Strobe 757-1A-MTW Master Synch. Temporal Hom
405-8A-TW 110са Synchronized Strobe 757-3A-MT 30cd Msir Synch. Temp. Horn/Strobe
439D-6AWC 6” Vibrating Bell _757-3A-MTW 30cd Master Synch. Temp. Horn/Strobe
439D-10AWC 10” Vibrating Bell 757-5A-MT _15cd Master Synch. Temp. Horm/Strobe
439DEX-6AWC | 6” Explosionproof Bell 757-5A-MTW 15cd Master Synch. Temp.
| | Horn/Strobe
439DEX-10AWC | 10” Explosionproof Bell 757-7A-MT 15/75cd Mstr Synch. Temp.
Horn/Strobe
757-7A-MTW 15/75cd Mstr Synch. Temp.
Horn/Strobe I
5520D-G1 Horn/Siren 757-8A-MT 110cd Mstr Synch. Temp. Horn/Strobe
5524D-G1 Explosionproof Horn 757-8A-MTW 110cd Mstr Synch. Temp. Horn/Strobe
5525D-G1 Explosionproof Siren 792-7A-106 75cd Strobe/Horn, Beige
5530D-AWC Multi-Tone Signal 792-8A-106 120cd Strobe/Horn, Beige
882-2C-001 Horn w/leads, Red
889D-AWC Explosionproof Hom
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MR-101/C
MR-101/T
MR-104/C
MR-104/T
MR-201/C
MR-201/T
MR-204/C
MR-204/T
PAM-1
6254A-003
1598D-1FG1
1598D-F1FG1
1598D-2FG1
1598D-F2FG1
7651-9
7651
1-SPDT
1-SPDT
4-SPDT
4-SPDT
1-DPDT
1-DPDT
4-DPDT
4-DPDT
w/LED
w/LED
w/LEDs
w/LEDs
w/LED
w/LED
w/LEDs
1-SPDT w/LED, Adhesive Mt.
Remote Trouble Unit
4 Zone Annunciator
8 Zone Annunciator
4 Zone Annunciator, w/ Trouble Unit
8 Zone Annunciator, w/ Trouble Unit
Fire Alarm/Power
1 Face
Fire
1 Face French Fire
2 Face
Fire
2 Face French Fire
Corridor
Corridor
Red
Red
(C) = French/English bilingual version
Only the devices in Table 10.13 are listed compatible with panel auxiliary power.
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10.3 Appendix 3 - Glossary
Alarm Silence/Reset Inhibit Timer - A panel option which prevents silencing Indicating Appliance
Circuits or resetting the panel for a programmed period after the last alarm.
Alarm Silence Timer - A panel option which automatically silences the Indicating Appliance Circuits
(IACs) after a programmed time limit after the last alarm.
Alert - A condition or state of an Initiating Device Circuit (IDC) caused when the effective internal
resistance of an initiating device is a relatively low impedance.
Alarm - A condition or state of an Initiating Device Circuit (IDC) caused when the effective internal
resistance of an initiating device is approaching 0Q.
Class A Supervision, IAC - Circuit monitoring technique which signals a trouble condition upon an open
or short condition on an Indicating Appliance Circuit. All appliances can operate in spite of an open fault.
Similar to Style Z supervision. |
Class A Supervision, IDC - Circuit monitoring technique which signals a trouble condition upon an open
condition on an Initiating Device Circuit. Ali devices can initiate an alarm in the event of an open fault.
Class B Supervision, IAC - Circuit monitoring technique which signals a trouble condition upon an open
or short condition on an Indicating Appliance Circuit. Similar to Style Y supervision.
Class B Supervision, IDC - Circuit monitoring technique which signals a trouble condition upon an open
condition on an Initiating Device Circuit. All devices up to the location of an open fault can initiate an alarm.
Dialer - See digital alarm communicator transmitter.
Digital Alarm Communicator Receiver (DACR) - Central monitoring station equipment which receives
and displays messages from a digital alarm communicator transmitter (DACT) which are sent via the
public switched telephone network.
Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter (DACT) - Equipment installed in the fire alarm panel which
transmits status changes to the central monitoring station by seizing a telephone line, dialing the
preselected number of the digital alarm communicator and transmit fire alarm panel status changes.
High Impedance Device - An alarm initiating device whose equivalent resistance will put an Initiating
Device Circuit in the Alert mode.
Indicating Appliance Circuit (IAC) - A supervised output Circuit connected directly to any audible or
visual signal appliance used to indicate a fire.
Initiating Device Circuit (IDC) - A supervised input circuit connected directly to any manual or automatic
initiating device whose normal operation results in an alarm or supervisory signal indication at the control
panel.
Low Impedance Device - An alarm initiating device whose equivalent resistance will put an Initiating
Device Circuit in the Alarm mode.
March Time. = А 50% duty cycle, 120 beats/minute signal pattern.
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Non-Silenceable - An indicating appliance circuit (IAC) which remains active after initiation, independent
of the alarm silence features. |
- One-Man Test - Maintenance mode to test initiating and indicating circuits. Creating an alarm on the
Initiating Device Circuit (IDC) under test causes both Indicating Appliance Circuit (IAC) to pulse out the
- Zone number of the zone under test (i.e., three rings for zone 3). Creating a trouble or ground fault
condition on the IDC under test causes both IACs to output a single long pulse.
Password, Dialer - 4727 (GSBS)
Power Limited - Wiring and equipment which conforms with and is installed to the National Electrical
Code, article 760, power limited provisions. |
Retard - The delay of waterflow signals to prevent false alarms due to fluctuations in water pressure.
Silenceable - An Indicating Appliance Circuit (IAC) which follows the action of the alarm silence switch.
SPM - Strokes Per Minute.
Style B Supervision, IDC - Circuit monitoring technique which signals a trouble condition upon an open
condition or ground fault on an Initiating Device Circuit. All devices up to the location of an open fault can
initiate an alarm. | | | o
Style D Supervision, IDC - Circuit monitoring technique which signals a trouble condition upon an open
condition or ground fault on an Initiating Device Circuit. All devices can initiate an alarm in the event of an
open fault. Similar to Class A IDC supervision. - |
Style Y Supervision, IAC - Circuit monitoring technique which signals a trouble condition upon an open,
short, or ground fault condition on an Indicating Appliance Circuit. Similar to Class B IAC supervision.
Style Z Supervision, IAC - Circuit monitoring technique which signals a trouble condition upon an open,
short, or ground fault condition on an Indicating Appliance Circuit. All appliances can operate in spite of an
open fault. Similar to Class A IAC supervision. | | |
Supervisory Operation - An IDC used to monitor the status of critical fire protection equipment.
Temporal Pattern - A 3 pulse signal meeting the requirements of NFPA Standard 72, section A-2-4.1 O(a),
and ULC 527. В a
Verification, Alarm - After receipt of an alarm by a smoke detector, verified zones attempt to
automatically reset the detector. Receipt of a second alarm within the 60 second confirmation period after
the automatic detector reset period transmits the alarm to the panel.
‘Waterflow Zone - IDCs defined as waterflow zones do not permit alarm silence while the alarm is active.
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10.4 Appendix 4 - Standards Relevant to the Installation of this Product
National Fire Protection Association
(NFPA)
1 Batterymarch Park
PO Box 9101
Quincy, MA 02269-9101
NFPA 70, National Electric Code
NFPA 72,National Fire Alarm Code
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (ULI)
333 Pfingsten Road
Northbrook, IL 60062-2096
UL 38, Manually Actuated Signaling Boxes
UL 217, Smoke Detectors, Single & Multiple
Station |
UL 228 Door Closers/Holders for Fire
Protective Signaling Systems
UL 268 Smoke Detectors for Fire Protective
Signaling Systems
UL 268A Smoke Detectors for Duct
Applications |
UL 346 Waterfiow Indicators for Fire
Protective Signaling Systems
UL 464 Audible Signaling Appliances
UL 521 Heat Detectors for Fire Protective
Signaling Systems
UL 864, Standard for Control Units for Fire
Protective Signaling Systems
UL 1481, Power Supplies for Fire Protective
Signaling Systems
UL 1638 Visual Signaling Appliances
UL 1971 Visual Signaling Appliances
Underwriters Laboratories of Canada
(ULC)
7 Crouse Road |
Scarborough, Ontario M1R 3A9
ULC S527, Standard for Control Units For Fire
Alarm Systems
ULC S524, Standard for the Installation of Fire
Alarm Systems
ULC S536, Standard for the Inspection and
Testing of Fire Alarm Systems
ULC S537, Standard for the Verification of
Fire Alarm Systems
Requirements of state and local building
codes.
Requirements of the Authority Having
Jurisdiction (AHJ).
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0.5 Appendix 5 - Fire Alarm Trouble and Maintenance Log
10.6 Appendix 6 - Panel Configuration and Programming Worksheet о Раде 1 о! 3
Project Name:
Zone
Panel Location e, Base BE IDC 1% -2IDC Module 2" -2IDC Module 3“ -2IDC Module
IDC Programming 2 3 [4 | CI A ПООООИЕ-
Zone Coverage Area
Class B
Class A
ALARM, Non-verified Detector
(Steady RED zone LED)
ALARM, Verified Detector & Dry Contact Devices
(# PAUSE # PAUSE #... RED zone LED)
ALARM, Verified Detector ONLY
(## PAUSE xa PAUSE 44... RED zone LED)
Normally-Open SUPERVISORY
(Steady Amber zone LED)
WATERFLOW
(Steady Green zone LED)
WATERFLOW with Retard
(# PAUSE # PAUSE *... GREEN zone LED)
Activate IAC #1
(IAC #1 Trouble LED ACTIVE)
Activate IAC #2
(IAC #2 Trouble LED ACTIVE)
| “Activate Remote Annunciator
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Panel Configuration and Programming Worksheet
Project Name:
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IAC Programming
Class B
Class A
Silenceable
(Signal Trouble Circuit 42 LED ON AND Alarm Silenced LED = » PAUSE # PAUSE 4... )
Non-Silenceable
(Signal Trouble Circuit #2 LED ON AND Alarm Silenced LED OFF)
Continuous
(Signal Trouble Circuit #2 LED ON Steady)
120 SPM
(Signal Trouble Circuit #2 LED 120 pulses/min) |
Temporal
(Signal Trouble Circuit 42 LED Short-Short-Short-Long pulsing
Continuous California Rate
(Signal Trouble Circuit 42 LED ON for 10 seconds, off for 5 seconds...)
March Time California Rate | |
(Signal Trouble Circuit #2 LED ON for 10 seconds @ 120 SPM, off for 5 seconds...)
D No Alarm Silence Inhibit | | Zone Disabled LED OFF
O 1 Minute Alarm Silence Inhibit | ‘| Zone Disabled LED = # PAUSE # РАЦСЕ ж..
О 2 Minute Alarm Silence Inhibit | Zone Disabled LED = ## PAUSE +# PAUSE Md SO
3 Minute Alarm Silence Inhibit Zone Disabled LED = ### PAUSE ### PAUSE matar...
Q No Automatic Silence Alarm Silenced LED OFF
D 10 Minute Automatic Silence | Alarm Silenced LED = # PAUSE # PAUSE #.. .
O 20 Minute Automatic Silence — | Alarm Silenced LED = ## PAUSE ## PAUSE aa...
O 30 Minute Automatic Silence | Alarm Silenced LED = ### PAUSE ### PAUSE ###…..
“O Remains energized during Reset | Alarm Silenced LED OFF
(alarm, verification, & test modes)
Q De-energize on Reset Alam Silenced LED = * PAUSE * PAUSE 4...
21DC Two Zone IDC Module
RCT-1 Re Tie Module (P/N 240511
ADMM Annunciator Driver Master Module /N
DL1 Dialer Module (P/N
ADSM Annunciator Driver Slave Module
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Panel Configuration and Programming Worksheet Page 30f 3
Project Name:
Description Quantity Supervisory Total Supervisory Alarm Total
(mA) | mA Alarm
Base Panel 55 65 100 100
2 Zone input module 16 45
Relay Modules 16 76
Style D IDC Converter 0 40
Dialer 12 25
Annunciator Master 10 100
Remote Trouble Unit 10 10
Auxiliary Power (mA)
Number of Detectors 0.050
Signal Load (mA)
TOTAL | Al [ 8]
Battery Calculation |
‘Supervisory Hours (C)
Alarm Minutes (D)
| 7 111X AXC)+(0.033x Bx D
Battery Capacity (A.H.) = ( J+ (
1000
NOTE: Battery capacity of panel can be extended to 10 AH using the BC-2 Battery Cabinet
DL1 Dialer Module Worksheet
Primary Phone #
Primary ID#
Secondary Phone #
Secondary ID# _
Number of Retries
AC Power Failure Delay
Retry Interval Seconds
Hours
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10.7 Appendix 7 - EST Offices
‘ EST Sales Offices, United States _
Eastern Region ' Southern Region
Farmington, CT | | | Atlanta, GA
(203) 699-3000 | | (404) 451 -0362
Millford, CT Boca Raton, FL
(203) 876-1234 (407) 367-0283
Norwalk, CT Miami, FL
(203) 847-1115 (305) 592-0510
Boston, MA Sarasota, FL
(617) 762-9115 (813) 756-3278
Philadelphia, PA Bh a
- (Cherry Hill, NJ) В South Western Region
(609) 482-5300 a 1 | |
| Dallas, TX
(214) 233-8998
Mid-Atlantic Region | -
| | Houston, TX
Lorton, VA | В (713) 688-3175
(703) 550-7815
Washington DC/Baltimore, MD Western Region
(Columbia, MD)
(410) 312-1478 — Los Angeles, CA
(800) 829-6892 + (City of Industry)
(818) 912-1399
- Mid-Western Region “Sacramento, CA
| | | (916) 737-2176
Detroit, MI | | | | |
(313) 458-7777 San Francisco, CA
| | a (Pleasanton, CA)
Downers Grove, IL | (510) 463-1788
(708) 515-1900
Oak Brook Terrace, IL
(708) 916-7770
Omaha, NE
(402) 333-2611 *
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Burlington, ON
(905) 632-6575
Calgary, AB
(403) 253-9236
Dartmouth, NS
(902) 468-9500
Edmonton, AB
(403) 452-6411
Kitchener, ON
(519) 746-4667
London, ON
(519) 451-1522
Moncton, NB
(506) 853-3060
Montreal, Quebec
(514) 321-9961
Ottawa, ON
(613) 820-3500
Quebec, QC
(418) 681-0534
EST Canadian Sales Offices/Bureaux De Venite
"Regina, SK
(306) 543-8688
Sudbury, ON
(705) 560-4626
Toronto, ON
(905) 678-7650
Vancouver, BC
(604) 420-4113
Victoria, BC
(604) 475-1076
Winnipeg, MB
(204) 775-8281
INTERNATIONAL
(905) 270-1711
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Abitibi, QC
. (800) 361-2452
‘Antigonish, NS
(902) 468-2280
Baie Comeau, QC
(418) 589-4295
(800) 463-6523
Barrie, ON
(705) 722-3977
Belleville, ON
(800) 668-7927
Brandon, MB
(800) 665-1399
Burlington, ON
(905) 632-6579
Calgary, AB
(403) 252-5121
Comerbrook, NF
(709) 639-7958
Dartmouth, NS
(902) 468-2280
Edmonton, AB
(403) 452-6609
Fredericton, NB
(506) 452-8986
Kelowna, BC
(604) 860-3991
Kingston, ON
(800) 668-7927
“London, ON
(519) 451-1522
- Moncton, NB
(506) 853-3060
EST Field Service Directory, Canada
Montreal, QC
— (514) 321-0961
New Castle, NB
(506) 852-3060
North Bay, ON
(800) 461-5914
Oshawa, ON
(800) 668-7927
Ottawa, ON
(613) 820-3500
Peterborough, ON
‚ (800) 668-7927
Quebec City, QC
(418) 681-0534
(800) 463-6523
Regina, SK
(306) 352-4652
Rimouski, QC
(418) 722-9719
(800) 463-6523
Saint John, NB
(506) 633-7036 |
Saguenay/Lac St-Jean, QC
(418) 545-3714
(800) 463-6523
Sarnia, ON
(519) 451-1522
Saskatoon, SK
(806) 373-5722
Sault St. Marie, ON
(800) 361-2452
St. Catherines, ON
(800) 263-5139
St. John's, NF
(709) 753-66 x 6674
- Sudbury, ON
(705) 560-4626
- Sydney, NS
(902) 468-2280
Timmins, ON
(800) 461-5914
Thunder Bay, ON
(807) 345-3231
Toronto (East)
(905) 243-5108
| Toronto (West)
(905) 678-7606
Trois Rivieres, QC
(800) 361-2452
Vancouver, BC
(604) 420-4436
Victoria, BC
(604) 475-1076
Victoriaville, QC
(800) 361-2452
Windsor, ON
(519) 974-9080
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10.8 Appendix 8 - EST Catalog-to-P/N Cross Reference
PC Board
Assembly
Part Number
В li
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- Catalog Number |
Two Zone, 120 VAC Panel w/3 Expansion Spaces,
Part Number
EST1-273 46199-1 055
Gray Enclosure |
EST1-2Z3R Two Zone, 120 VAC Panel w/3 Expansion Spaces, 46199-1056
Red Enclosure |
EST1-2Z3-220 Two Zone, 220 VAG Panel w/3 Expansion Spaces, 46199-1057
Gray Enclosure, | |
EST1-276 Two Zone, 120 VAC Panel w/6 Expansion Spaces, 46199-1058
Gray Enclosure | В
EST1-2Z6R Two Zone, 120 VAC Panel w/6 Expansion Spaces, 46199-1059
| Red Enclosure
EST1-2Z6-220 Two Zone, 220 VAC Panel w/6 Expansion 46199-1060
Spaces,Gray Enclosure |
BC-2 Battery Cabinet, Gray 46035-2178
BC-2R Battery Cabinet, Red 46035-2179
2iDC Two Zone Intitiating Device Circuit Module 240456 46212-1101
BPAC Base Panel Class A (Style D/Z) Converter 46199-1071 46212-1104
IDCA Two Zone IDC Module Class À (Style D} Adapter 46199-1073 46212-1105
RCT Relay/City-Tie Module — 240458 46212-1106
RCT-1 Relay/City-Tie Module 240511 140336
ADMM Annunciator Driver Master 240460 140279
ADSM Annunciator Driver Slave 240462 140284
DL1 | Dialer Module 240508 140318, 140319
46199-1037 EST1-2Z3 Controller Assembly 46199-1037 46212-1102, 46212-1103
46199-1033 EST 1-2Z3-220 Controller Assembly 46199-1033 46212-1102, 46212-1111
46199-1038 EST1-2Z6 Controller Assembly 46199-1038 46212-1102, 46212-1103
46199-1034 EST1-276-220 Controller Assembly 46199-1034 46212-1102, 46212-1111
12V6A5 12 V, 6.5 AH Battery (2 Required) 12V6A5
6V8A 6 V, 8.0 AH Battery (4 Required) | 6V8A
EOL-P1 ULC Listed 4.7KQ End-Of-Line Resistor Plate EOL-P1
46229-0107 UL! Listed 4.7KQ End-Of-Line Resistor 46229-0107
46071-0409 ULI Listed series supervisory resistor (1.1KQ) 46071-0409
and UL! Listed EOL resistor (3.6KQ)"
RTU Remote Trouble Unit 46199-1075 46212-1056
RTUC Remote Trouble Unit (French/English) 46199-1085 46212-1056
4ZA Remote Annunciator, 4 Zone 46199-1077 46212-1056
__4ZAC Remote Annunciator, 4 Zone (French/ English) 46199-1086 46212-1055
8ZA Remote Annunciator, Zone 46199-1080 46212-1055
8ZAC Remote Annunciator, Zone (French/ English) 46199-1088 46212-1055
RTU4ZA Remote Annunciator, 4 Zone w/ Trouble Unit 46199-1079 46212-1056, 46212-1055
RTU4ZAC Remote Annunciator, 4 Zone w/ Trouble Unit (Fr./Eng.) 46199-1087 46212-1056, 46212-1055
RTU8ZA Remote Annunciator, Zone w/ Trouble Unit | 46199-1082 46212-1056, 46212-1055
RTUSZAC Remote Annunciator, Zone w/ Trouble Unit (Fr./Eng.) 46199-1089 46212-1056, 46212-1055
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POWER LIMITED WIRING CROWDING PROBLEMS WITH POWER SUPPLY.
а IF RCT-1 WIRED FOR | — | |
; EXPANDER OR _ CONTROL PANEL | MM |
* + x Ó MOUNT IT FURTHEST (IF USED) OPTION MODULE
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WIRE THRU SEPARATE RE | | pe
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BRANCH CIRCUIT > |
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ROUTE AC SUPPLY POWER LIMITED AND DOWN ; |
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(05/01/96)
| CONTROL PANEL DIMENSIONS | CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY | |
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MODULE AND WIRING PLACEMENT —
INSTALL 1 TO 3 TWO ZONE INITIATING DEVICE CIRCUIT MODULES (2IDC) & ANY COMBINATION OF 3 OPTION MODULES: RELAY/CITY |
TIE (RCT-1), ANNUNCIATOR DRIVER (ADMM) MODULES OR DL DIALER MODULE. (NOTE: DIALER MODULE MUST BE INSTALLED IN
POSITION 3, 4, 5, OR 6 DUE TO CROWDING PROBLEMS WITH POWER SUPPLY. IF RCT-1 WIRED FOR MUNICIPAL BOX, MOUNT IT a
FURTHEST FROM BASE PANEL & WIRE THRU SEPARATE KNOCKOUT, MAINTAIN 1/4 IN (6 mm) SPACING FROM OTHER WIRING. | | | ,
gl Ig | 8 | | 9 EXPANDER OR CONTROL PANEL нано
TOP KNOCKOUTS FOR a 8 8 | CONVERTER MODULE ——> MAIN BOARD OR
POWER LIMITED WIRING (IF USED) OPTION MODULE
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MAINTAIN 1/4 IN TOP VIEW
BETWEEN POWER LIMITED EEE De e |] Ч
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__ LIMITED WIRING. BLACK Y Y. RED CONTROL PANEL
TO CONTROL PANEL FACEPLATE
TO DEDICATED POWER SUPPLY =|
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15 AMP. 50/60 Hz E i ° . -
BRANCH CIRCUIT CONTROL PANEL
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| FRONT VIEW RED STRIPES ON ALL RIBBON A |
ROUTE AC SUPPLY = CONNECTORS FACE DOWN | CONTROL PANEL IND
THROUGH THESE POWER SUPPLY
KNOCKOUTS ONLY caxcezcon)
(05/01/96)
| Me — REFERTO TYPICAL INDICATING APPLIANCE 4.7K EOL RESISTOR
/N POWER LIMITED INDICATING P/N 46229-0107
APPLIANCE OR JL
A SUPERVISED CIRCUIT WIRING REFERTO
DETAILS INITIATING
SHOWN RMA N.
A IN NORMAL CONDITIO MAX.OUTPUT DEVICE CIRCUIT #1
/A POWER LIMITED. (USE AUX. POWER BOTH CIRCUITS CIRCUIT WIRING
OR LISTED FIRE PROTECTIVE = 4.0 A. DETAILS
SIGNAL TRANSFORMER.) и NA
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24VDC A /A 24VDC 24VDC INITIATING DEVICES
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YG 1 SIG 2 INP 1 INP 2
CONTROL PANEL
1. ALL WIRING SUPERVISED AND POWER LIMITED.
2. POLARITY SHOWN IN ALARM CONDITION.
3. REFER TO APPENDIX FOR COMPATIBLE APPLIANCES.
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SYSTEM
TROUBLE
rovs.: | CRCUTI ENABLE | STYLE Y (CLASS B) INDICATING APPLIANCE CIRCUIT WIRING |
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NO T-TAPS
Tn PERMITTED
CIRCUIT #2
CONTROL PANEL
| | | ROUTE POWER WIRING AWAY FROM CLASS A (STYLE D/2)
—_— ВЕ ALL POWER LIMITED CIRCUITS | <— CAN SEC
” - = + + = + -
TO 120 VAC, 3.5A, 50/60HZ TO 220/230/240 VAC, 1.75A, 50/60HZ SIGIA SIGZA INPIA INP2A
DEDICATED BRANCH CIRCUIT 15A. DEDICATED BRANCH CIRCUIT 15A.
+ + - + -
SIG 1 SIG2 INP] INP 2 1. ALL WIRING SUPERVISED AND POWER LIMITED.
CONTROL PANEL
#16 AWG #18 AWG
FEET FEET
2. POLARITY SHOWN IN ALARM CONDITION.
3. REFER TO APPENDIX FOR COMPATIBLE APPLIANCES.
| STYLE Z (CLASS A) INDICATING APPLIANCE CIRCUIT WIRING |
[2ALICP. CDR}
MANUAL PULL COMPATIBLE SMOKE HEAT 4.7K EOL RESISTOR
STATION DETECTOR DETECTOR P/N 46229-0107
J | / J OR EOL-PI
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A \ Л
ADDITIONAL CIRCUITS WIRED
— SAME AS INP1,
A
1. CONFIGURE ZONE AS ALARM OR HIGH
IMPEDANCE VERIFIED ALARM ZONE.
2. DO NOT MIX 2-WIRE SMOKE DETECTORS OF
DIFFERENT MANUFACTURERS ON ANY CIRCUIT.
+
SG 2 INP 2
CONTROL PANEL
INP 1 INP 2
2 ZONE IDC MODULE
| STYLE B (CLASS B) ALARM INITIATING DEVICE CIRCUIT WIRING |
1.1K SUPERVISORY SWITCHES 1.1K INLINE AND
INLINE 3.4K ECL RESISTOR
— J P/N 44229-0409
A » ; | OREOL-P1
L Li I A
A ; >
>
X T T 1 3.6K EOL
ADDMONAL CIRCUITS WIRED
SAME AS INP1.
].-ZONE CONFIGURED AS WATERFLOW /SUPERVISORY
OR WATERFLOW/SUPERVISORY WITH RETARD.
> | SERIES RESISTOR AND SUPERVISORY
SWITCH MUST BE LOCATED ELECTRICALLY
BEYOND ANY WATERFLOW SWITCHES.
NP э | (ÜA THE VU USTED SERIES RESISTOR (1.1K) AND ULI
LISTED EOL RESISTOR (3.6K) ARE PACKAGED
TOGETHER AS P/N 46071-0409. IN CANADA,
ORDER TWO EOL-P1 EOL PACKAGES.
INP 1
8G 2
CONTROL PANEL
2 ZONE IDC MODULE
| STYLE 8 (CLASS B) WATERFLOW/SUPERVISORY ALARM INITIATING DEVICE CIRCUIT WIRING |
TYPICAL SUPERVISORY SWITCHES
4.7K EOL RESISTOR
P/N 46229-0107
ff OR EOL-P1
A LA J A
ADDITIONAL CIRCUITS WIRED
< < SAME AS INPI.
1, ZONE CONFIGURED AS SUPERVISORY ZONE. |
| STYLE B (CLASS B) SUPERVISORY INITIATING DEVICE CIRCUIT WIRING |
IG? —INPI INP 1 INP 2
CONTROL PANEL 2 ZONE IDC MODULE
NO T-TAPS
PERMITTED
1. ALL WIRING SUPERVISED AND
POWER LIMITED.
2. MAXIMUM WIRE RESISTANCE
SHOULD NOT EXCEED 50 OHMS
PER CIRCUIT.
3. NO T-TAPS PERMITTED ON ANY
IDC CIRCUITS.
4, REFER TO APPENDIX FOR
COMPATIBLE DEVICES.
5. 2-WIRE RELAY BASES ARE
NOT SUPPORTED.
6: SEE CONTROL PANEL APPLICATIONS 2
DRAWING FOR 4-WIRE RELAY
BASE CONFIGURATION.
MANUAL PULL COMPATIBLE SMOKE HEAT
STATION DETECTOR DETECTOR
4
STYLE D/2 CONVERTER
u NO. BPAC
ADDI A CRCUTS WIRED
ара EE
in
STYLE D IDC CONVERTER
CAI NO. [DCA
1. CONFIGURE ZONE AS ALARM OR VERIFIED
HIGH IMPEDANCE ALARM ZONE.
2. DO NOT MIX 2-WARE SMOKE DETECTORS OF
DIFFERENT MANUFACTURERS ON ANY CIRCUIT,
+ - -
INP 1 iNP 2
- +
92 INP 1 INP 2
CONTROL PANEL
2 ZONE IDC MODULE
| STYLE D (CLASS A) ALARM INITIATING DEVICE CIRCUIT WIRING |
И WATERFLOW T
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ADDITIONAL Cher WIRED
SAME AS
EII | STYLE D IDC CONVERTER
NÉ €— CALNO.DCA
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STYLE D/Z CONVERTER
CAT NO. BPAC
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INP 1 INP 2 L 20NE CONFIGURED AS WATERFLOW SUPERVISORY ZONE.
2 ZONE IDC MODULE
[STYLE D (CLASS A) WATERFLOW ALARM INITIATING DEVICE CIRCUIT WIRING Ï
CIRCUIT WIRING
WIRE GAUGE | MAXIMUM WIRE RUN
(TO EOL RESISTOR OR
CLASS A LOOP LENGTH)
1
TYPICAL SUPERVISORY SWITCHES
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7
LCI WARED
di De ADDTIONA Cours RE
STYLE D/Z CONVERTER
CAT. NO. BPAC
STYLE D IDC CONVERTER
€— CALNO.IDCA
+ + =
NPT NPD | 1, ZONE CONFIGURED AS SUPERVISORY ZONE. |
2 ZONE IDC MODULE
| STYLE D (CLASS A) SUPERVISORY INITIATING DEVICE CIRCUIT WIRING |
= ++ = + -
S52 INP} INP 2
CONTROL PANEL
(ALIDC.COR)
(03/01/95)
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SHUNT CONNECTION/ LOCAL ENERGY a REVERSE
DRY CONTACT | MASTER BOX POLARITY
MASTER BOX
JUMPER? AA m3 (+) DEDICATED LINE TO
A REVERSE POLARITY
| Po RECEIVER A
(-)
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A
“CIRCUIT А
© SET JUMPERS >
1-5 AS SHOWN > TA |
CS Tr SET JUMPERS | CTN ZA
1-5 AS SHOWN__—= —_ a —
a NOTES
/N POLARITY SHOWN IN NORMAL STATE.
1. CONTACTS RATED 24 VDC/VAC @ 1 A.
A 250 mA INTO A 14.5 OHM TRIP COIL.
~~ THE SHUNT CONNECTION 1S RECOGNIZED
ONLY AS A SUPPLEMENTARY SIGNALING
UNIT AS PART OF A LOCAL CONTROL UNIT
AND IS NOT RECOGNIZED AS AN AUXILIARY
CONTROL UNIT CONNECTION PER NFPA 72.
A CIRCUIT IS NOT SUPERVISED OR POWER
LIMITED.
JUMPER JP2 1-3 CONFIGURES THE MODULE TO OPERATE IN EITHER
MAX. LOOP RESISTANCE= 25 OHMS,
2. CIRCUIT IS SUPERVISED FOR OPENS.
/3\ CIRCUIT NOT SUPERVISED FOR SHORTS
AND IS NOT POWER LIMITED
4. MAY BE USED SIMULTANEQUSLY WITH DRY
CONTACT.
A MAXIMUM LINE RESISTANCE 1500 OHMS.
3. CURRENT RANGE i$ 2.6 - 9.5 MA.
4. COMPLIES WITH NEMA SB3-1969.
POWER LIMITED.
6. MAY BE USED SIMULTANEOUSLY WITH DRY
CONTACT.
ALARM, TROUBLE, SUPERVISORY, OR RESET MODES- WHEN MODULE JUMPER JP1 7-8 DETERMINES CONTACT CONFIGURATION
NOT DISABLED. |
1 2 > 4_
JP2 JP2 115 ©& 85866
OCIO) ALARM TT. SUPERVISORY JP - © & © & 6
© © © | MODE MODE |
123 123 ENABLE/
LED $1. DISABLE
An SWITCH
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INCORRECT JUMPER SETTINGS WILL RESULT IN IMPROPER OPERATION [18 i i = |
pn = ° CONTACT OPERATES SIMULTANEOUSLY WITH REMOTE OUTPUT
I © = = CONTACT SHOWN IN NORMAL STATE-
123 О _ WHEN CONFIGURED FOR TROUBLE OPERATION, RELAY IS ENERGIZED AND CONTACT STATE REVERSED.
REMOVE ALL POWER BEFORE CHANGING JUMPERS mo
- (CLZRLYA.CDR)
10/20/96
INSTALLATION STEP 1 |
O INSTALL DIALER MODULE IN PANEL. SEE PANEL INSTALLATION DRAWING.
O) INSTALL BUS INTERFACE BOARD ON BACK OF DIALER MODULE.
© CONNECTRIBBON CABLE FROM MAIN CONTROL PANEL OR ADJECENT MODULE
STRIPE ON RIBBON
N US NIERFACE CONTROL PANEL CONNECTOR FACES
BOARD y TO NEXT MODULE DOWN
OR BASE PANEL
+ .
DL1
MAIN CONTROL
PANEL
o REAR VIEW
DIALER BUS INTERFACE BOARD
© мовы: À MODULE ON REAR OF DIALER MODULE ‘
4
| NS ONE:
о CONNECT J1 AND J2 TO RJ31X OR RJ3BX (CA31A OR CA3BA IN CANADA) TELEPHONE
JACKS INSTALLED BY AUTHORIZED TELEPHONE COMPANY REPRESENTATIVE. JACKS
MUST BE INSTALLED WITHIN 5 FT. (1.5 M) OF PANEL. PROTECTIVE GROMMET SUPPLIED
FOR ENCLOSURE KNOCKOUT.
EB LED OFF 3% / = sow FLASH
TH =ONSTEADY BE /EE RAPID FLASH
RED
"LED COLOR 3 #%/3% $F == 2-PHASE FLASH
PROGRAMMING STEP A - ENTER PROGRAMMING MODE
CONNECT PHONE TOJ3 TAKE HANDSET OFF-HOOK.
PROGRAMMING STEP B - ENTER PASSWORD
тар 4 DIGIT P} PASSWORD ED up » CONFIRMATION BEEP —
2 = VALID PASSWORD 2
NOTE: IF PHONE NUMBERS HAVE BEEN PREVIOUSLY ENTERED INTO DIALER, DIALER WILL
NOTIFY MONITORING STATION BEFORE PROGRAMMING CAN PROCEED.
TO PHONE LINE #2
(WIRED SAME AS
PHONE LINE #1)
TIP
(GREEN)
1 8 PIN MODULAR
8 PIN MODULAR CONNECTOR FOR
CONNECTOR FOR PHONE LINE #2
PHONE LINE 41
PROGRAMMING
PHONE
THE PHONE KEY PAD
qu Ces DISCONNECT IS ONLY FOR MODULE
LED æ DER WILL AUTOMATICALLY A RG.
+ ROTARY DIAL PHONES
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IR
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260
PROGRAMMING NOTE
DIALER DOES NOT PLACE CALLS OR MONITOR
PANEL OR PHONE LINE WHILE PROGRAMMING
Dame
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PROGRAMMING STEP C - ENTER DIALER DATA
Er Sn CONFIRMATION BEEP = VALID ITEM #
2% ENTER REQUIRED INFORMATION FOR
= ALL 11 PROGRAMMING ITEMS,
. PROGRAMMING ITEM 08 - AC FAILURE DELAY -
mp”: 18 HOURS ARE VALID ENTRIES
— (DEFAULT =0)
= 2 DIGIT DELAY IN HOURS. {0 - 18)
ee (DEFAULT = 12}
DISABLE
{DEFAULT)
Zone/Code Code/Zone
Ë 1 fs
EE sot E
(Default
PUT HANDSET ON-HOOK.
= 3 OR 4 DIGIT ID NUMBER
PROGRAMMING ITEM 02 - PRIMARY CMS PHONE NUMBER
mp UP TO 24 DIGIT PHONE NUMBER
PROGRAMMING ITEM 03 - SECONDARY SITE ID NUMBER -
=D 3 OR 4 DIGIT ID NUMBER
mp [1] on
(DEFAULT= 2)
mp > ‚В, ?, В, 9,4 0(10) ARE VALID
ENTRIES (DEFAULT = 10)
A» ENTERS DEFAULT VALUES &
RETURNS TO PROGRAM STEP C. GREEN
PROGRAMMING ITEM VERIFICATION
PROGRAMMING SOUNDS CONTENTS OF e 08 coo coso |
=> ITEM MUMBER = SELECTED ITEM THRU 12 3 4
— HANDSET () - 0000000000
N —
on = o
GENERAL NOTES
CONFIRMATION BEEP INDICATES PROGRAM ITEM ENTERED.
. PHONE LINES MUST BE LOOP START ON A PUBLIC SWITCHED NETWORK. PBX, GROUND
START, AND PARTY LINES ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE.
, PASSWORD = 4727 (GSBS).
. AFTER INITIAL PROGRAMMING. DIALER NOTIFIES CENTRAL MONITORING STATION OF
TROUBLE BEFORE PROGRAMMING CAN PROCEED.
‚ TWO PHONE LINES ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLY WITH NFPA 72.
. DIALER WILL AUTOMATICALLY SWITCH TO PULSE DIALING AFTER THREE CONSECUTIVE
FAILURES USING TONE MODE. DIALER WILL SWITCH BACK TO TONE DIALING AFTER
FAILING TO CONNECT USING PULSE MODE, OR UPON RE-PROGRAMMING.
В]: D OPERA
e $F = DIALING
GREEN
Tx w— FIRE ALARM SENT & ACKNOWLEDGED
4% / 4% @§ = SUPERVISORY ALARM SENT & ACKNOWLEDGED
AMBER
AMBER — SUPERVISORY RESTORE SENT & ACKNOWLEDGED
2% / Y = MODULE / PHONE TROUBLE
AMBER
3 4% / 4% == MODULE DISABLED
AM BER (DIALPRG1.CDR)
10/28/96
MODULE WIRING
CONNECT J1 AND J2 TO RJ31X OR RJ38X (CA31A OR CA38A IN CANADA) TELEPHONE |
JACKS INSTALLED BY AUTHORIZED TELEPHONE COMPANY REPRESENTATIVE. JACKS
MUST BE INSTALLED WITHIN 5 FT. (1.5 M) OF PANEL. PROTECTIVE GROMMET SUPPLIED
MODULE INSTALLATION
INSTALL DIALER MODULE IN PANEL. NOTE |
MODULE AND WIRING PLACEMENT
DIAGRAM ON PAGE 2.
| FOR ENCLOSURE KNOCKOUT.
4 km INSTALL BUS INTERFACE BOARD ON BACK NOTE:
SPC OFDIALERMODULE —. —. О REFER TO MANUAL FOR PROGRAMMING. IF PHONE NUMBERS HAVE BEEN PREVIOUSLY ENTERED
| ВЕ INTO DIALER, DIALER WILL NOTIFY MONITORING
: M | |
CN NTRA CE BOARD то WITH STATION BEFORE PROGRAMMING CAN PROCEED.
PROPERLY MATE THE CONNECTORS.
CONNECT RIBBON CABLE TO MAIN |
CONTROL PANEL OR ADJACENT MODULE.
SURGE
PROTECTOR
TO PHONE LINE #2
INTERFACE (WIRED SAME AS
BOARD PHONE LINE #1)
qua = — |} — — En — >
bos 8 PIN MODULAR 8 PIN MODULAR
CONNECTOR FOR
ONTROL
ë + CPANEL CONNECTOR FOR PHONE LINE #2
Ya — — |} — — m — FACEPLATE PHONE LINE #1
O DIALER
MODULE —— >
=
` Use J1 when
: using only one
REAR VIEW O STRIPE ON RIBBON phone circuit
CONNECTOR FACES PROGRAMMIN
TO NEXT MODULE WN PHONE
OR BASE PANEL 7
® lis
ыы
e : um DISCONNECT IS ONLY FOR MODULE
= | a, © AL LED LLL SWITCH PROGRAMMING.
Lownie BUS INTERFACE BOARD >, DIALER WILL AUTOMATICALLY (ROTARY DIAL PHONES
_ MODULE ON REAR OF DIALER MODULE | RECONNECT AFTER 24 HOURS. WILL NOT WORK.
1, Remove AC and battery power before
installing or removing option modules.
AOONCORA =
bar
DO (m
DRC)
2. The panel MUST be reprogrammed
ema;
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hor,
whenever permanently adding (or TED
removing) option modules to (from) the |
system. Replacing a module with
another module of the same type does
NOT reguire reprogramming.
| two start on $ | —
(two phone lines required | telephone network pulse or DTMF dialing. | | COMPONENTS IN THIS SYSTEM ARE STATIC
to with NFPA and PBX lines are not | SENSITIVE. DISCHARGE STATIC BUILDUP
ON YOUR BODY BEFORE HANDLING.
Line Supervision Trouble when line voltage <10V &
line current <5 mA. — — Voir manuel d'installation expédié avec le panneau.
1400 Hz 1900 Hz carrier Vea el manual de instalación expedido con el panel.
do 1 | INSTALLATION SHEET:
Comphance | Communications Canada CS-03 | | DIALER MODU LE
FCC / CFR 47 Parts 15 € 68
se INSTALLATION SHEET P/N: 387121 FILE NAME: 387121.CDR
ULC S527-M87 REVISION LEVEL: 1.2 APPROVED BY: D.B.
one | § DATE: 11/06/96 CREATED BY: RW
MODULE AND WIRING PLACEMENT
INSTALL 1 TO 3 TWO ZONE INMATING DEVICE CIRCUIT MODULES (2IDC) & ANY COMBINATION OF OPTION MODULES: RELAY/CITY
TIE (RCT-1), ANNUNCIATOR DRIVER (ADMM) MODULES OR DIALER MODULE. (NOTE: DIALER MODULE MUST BE INSTALLED IN
POSITION 3 OR HIGHER DUE TO CROWDING PROBLEMS WITH POWER SUPPLY. IF RCT-1 WIRED FOR MUNICIPAL BOX, MOUNT IT
FURTHEST FROM BASE PANEL & WIRE THRU SEPARATE KNOCKOUT. MAINTAIN 1/4 IN (6 mm) SPACING FROM OTHER WIRING. |“
TOP KNOCKOUTS FOR
POWER LIMITED WIRING
MAINTAIN 1/4 IN EERE . | ‚ ‘ .
“(6 mm) SPACING | =- MAIN - E: : , ` 7 .
BETWEEN POWER LIMITED . XE TTT rT NENE TT See я о econ à 2
|. AND NON-POWER . 2.) | | . . |
LIMITED WIRING. : . | : .
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& TO DEDICATED , SN ZU UN CN UN П
| TODEDICATED £
1220/230/240 VAC. |
| 15 AMP, 50/60 Hz |
§ BRANCH CIRCUIT §
ÿ -2200NIY .. |
ROUTE AC SUPPLY ~ FRONT VIEW
THROUGH THESE Ш
o ‘ BATTERY BATTERY | ~ BATTERY BATTERY
KNOCKOUTSONY 8
FCC Information
1. The dialer complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules. The Dialers FCC registration number and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) are on the back of the dialer. This information must be provided
to the telephone company if requested.
2. AnFCC compliant telephone cord and modular plug cord is supplied with the dialer. The dialer is designed to be connected to the telephone network using the supplied cord and an RJ31X
RJ38X jack, which must also comply with FCC Part ES miles.
3. The REN is used to determine the quantity of devices which may be connected to the telephone line. Excessive RENs on the telephone line may result in the devices not ringing in response to
an incoming call. in most, but not all areas, the sum of RENs should not exceed five (5). To be certain of the number of devices that may be connected to a line as determined by the total RENs, |”
contact the local telephone company. ВЕ
4. if the dialer causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company will notify you in advance that temporary discontinuance of service may be required. If advance notice is not practical,
the telephone company will notify you as soon as possible. You wilt also be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC, if you believe it is necessary.
5. The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations, or procedures that could affect the operation of the dialer. if this happens, the telephone company will provide
advance notice in order for you to make necessary modifications to maintain uninterrupted service.
6. If trouble is experienced with the dialer, for repair or warranty information, contact Edwards Systems Technology, 6411 Parkland Drive, Sarasota, Florida USA 34243 Telephone: 1-800-655-4497.
if the dialer is causing harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may request you disconnect the dialer until the problem is resolved.
7. No repairs may be performed on the dialer by the user.
8.
The dialer can not be used on public coin phones or party line service provided by the telephone company.
or
Canada DOC Information
NOTICE: The Canadian Department of Communications label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that the equipment meets certain telecommunications network protective,
operational, and safety requirements, The Department does not guarantee the equipment will operate to the user's satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company. The equipment must also be installed using an
acceptable method of connection. The customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions may not prevent degradation of service in some situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian maintenance facility designated by the supplier. Any repairs or alterations made by the user to this equipment, or eq:
malfunctions, may give the tetecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines, and internal metalic water pipe system, if present, are connected together.
precaution may be particularly important in rural areas.
Caution: Users should not attempt to make connections themselves, but should contact the appropriate electric inspection authority, or electrician, as appropriate.
NOTICE: The Load Number (LN) assigned to each terminal device denotes the percentage of the total load to be connected to a telephone loop which is used by the device to prevent overloading. The
termination on a loop may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirements that the sum of the Load Numbers of all devices does not exceed 100.
——
This
NOTES
1. IF NOT USING 4-WIRE SMOKE
DETECTOR, CONFIGURE
AUXILIARY POWER AS
NON-RESETTABLE.
| 2. REFER TO BATTERY
" N CALCULATION SECTION FOR
a POWER REQUIREMENTS.
ZA АТА
3. ALL WIRING POWER LIMITED.
TBI
/4\ CONTACTS SHOWN IN
NORMAL CONDITION,
/8\ POSITIVE ANNUNCIATOR
POWER WIRING:
18 AWG MIN.=7,500" (2,300 M) MAX,
22 ANG MIN.=3,000' (900 M) MAX.
/A LED ANNUNCIATOR WIRING:
22 AWG MIN.=7 500 (2,300 M} MAX,
1
Л
/) SUPERVISED FOR OPENS AND
GROUND FAULTS.
NO CONNECTION
RTU
WIRE > | /8\ NOT SUPERVISED.
JUMPER |
| + AUX - | 4TROUBLE+F|4+ ALARM E |-SIG1+| -SIG2+ |+ INP1- | + INP2- [oo
ÁN 24VDC NOMINAL @
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INSTALL JUMPER FOR
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ANNUNCIATOR DRIVER SLAVE
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8 ALARM ZONES & SLAVE RTUBZA 3 GANG BOX
2nd IDC MODULE. ZONE #1 N/A ]
4 ALARM ANNUNCIATOR
2nd IDC MODULE, ZONE #2 N/A 2 ZONES ONLY | DRIVER MASTER AZA 1 GANG BOX
3rd IDC MODULE, ZONE #1 N/A 3 8 ALARM CRIER MASTER 2 х AZA 2 x1 GANG BOX
3rd IDC MODULE, ZONE #2 N/A 4 ZONES ONLY % SLAVE 8ZA 2 GANG BOX
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+ | - A 3. AUXILIARY POWER MUST BE CONFIGURED TO
BATTERY LEADS | al TURN OFF DURING RESET.
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EXCEED 50 OHMS PER CIRCUIT.
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BLACK (-) | JUMPE REFER TO APPENDIX FOR COMPATIBLE DEVICES.
6. CURRENT CONSUMPTION OF 4 WIRE
LTYFAP STRAIN RELIEF KY N - + - DETECTORS MUST BE INCLUDED IN THE
CONDUIT CONTROL PANEL INP 1 INP 2 TENA POWER ALARM CURRENT
| BATTERY || BATTERY HEN SELECTING A BATTERY.
WIRING: 16 GAUGE | 2 ZONE IDC MODULE /AMAXIMUM INPUT CAPACITANCE 100 pf.
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24VDC E 500MA MUST BE INCLUDED IN THE AUXILIARY
POWER SUPERVISORY CURRENT WHEN
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BATTERY CABINET INSTALLATION | | STYLE B (CLASS B) 4-WIRE SMOKE DETECTOR WIRING |
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TERMINA_S 1 AND 2
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NOTES —
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EST P/N 260072.
/2\ INSTALL JP2 AND JP7 IN RCT-1 MODULE.
/A\ SUPERVISED AND POWER LIMITED.
A INSTALL MONITOR MODULES WITHIN 20 FT.
OF CONTROL PANEL AND IN SAME ROOM.
A REFER TO THE ZAS MANUAL P/N 250041.
A MS50MF MONITOR MODULE MAY ALSO BE USED.
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HARD WIRED PROPRIETARY STATION WIRING |
A 3.9 K OHM LISTED END OF LINE RESISTOR
EST P/N 260001.
INSTALL JP2 AND JP7 IN RCT-1 MODULE.
A SUPERVISED AND POWER LIMITED:
/A 15K OHM LISTED EOL RESISTOR P/N 260003
A INSTALL ALARM JUMPER IN RESPECTIVE
ZB8-x ALARM ZONE
6 REFER TO MANUAL P/N 250041
FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS
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PROGRAMMING TEMPLATE ON
REVERSE SIDE OF FRONT PANEL INSERT
STEP ]
SET PROGRAM MODE SWITCH TO ON.
TROUBLE SIGNAL BEEPS.
o POWER LED DISPLAYS 1-PHASE
FLASH,
O ALLZONE TROUBLE (YELLOW) LEDs
LIGHT WHEN MODULE 1$ RECOGNIZED
BY PANEL PROCESSOR.
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PROGRAMMING NOTE
AT ANY TIME, YOU MAY RESTORE THE FACTORY
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PRESSING в + в ,
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CONTACT ALARM INITIATING DEVICE
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O SELECT SIGNAL CIRCUITS TO BE ACTIVATED BY ZONE.
CIRCUIT TROUBLE LIGHTS WHEN SELECTED FOR ACTIVATION,
[ SIGNALCIRCUITY | STEADY AMBER |
| SIGNALCIRCUT2 | STEADY AMBER
|__BOTHCIRCUITS | BOTH ON STEADY
REIN TO PROGRAM THE NEXT IDC ZONE
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FOR EACH ZONE.
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REESE TO ADVANCE TO NEXT STEP,
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STEP 4
©) POWER LED DISPLAYS 4- PHASE FLASH (CONFIGURE TIMERS),
SELECT ALARM SILENCE INHIBIT TIMER. ZONE DISABLED LED
INDICATES TIMER SETTING.
SELECT AUTOMATIC ALARM SILENCE TIMER. ALARM
SILENCED LED INDICATES TIMER SETTING.
O PRESS [MI TO ADVANCE TO NEXT STEP.
STEP 5 |
POWER LED DISPLAYS 5- PHASE FLASH (CONFIGURE
AUXILIARY POWER),
ALARM SILENCED LEC SHOWS AUXILIARY POWER
RESET STATUS.
[ CONTINUQUS POWER | off |
[INTERRUPT ON RESET | —_ 6 |
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© Press (Ed) TO ADVANCE TO FINAL STEP.
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O POWER LED DISPLAYS 3 PHASE FLASH (CONFIGURE IACS).
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TARGET CIRCUIT. ALARM SILENCED LED SHOWS CIRCUIT TYPE. |.
Ч | SLENCEABLE | AMBER 48/48 |
28 [ NON-SILENCEABLE | OFF
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ACTUAL OUTPUT PATTERN..
@ AND @ FOR SECOND IAC.
@ Press TO ADVANCE TO NEXT STEP
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TROUBLE SIGNAL STOPS BEEPING.
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DIALER IN TROUBLE
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CAUTION
Dialer automatically contacts Central Monitoring Station (CMS) every 24 hours, verifying operation.
Dialer will automatically re-enable itself after being disabled for a 24 hour period, and report panel status to the
Central Monitoring Station. |
= SLOW FLASH
X@— RAPID FLASH
ME — 2-PHASE FLASH
(DACTOPS1.CDR)
03/30/95
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