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TrueAlarm® Addressable Fire Alarm Control Panels
UL, ULC Listed; FM, CSFM,
and MEA (NYC) Approved*
Model 4008 Fire Alarm Control Panel for IDNet™ Addressable
Devices and TrueAlarm Addressable Smoke Detection
Features
Control panel operator convenience features:
x Wide viewing angle 2 x 20 (40 character) alphanumeric
LCD and dedicated LEDs provide convenient panel
status information
x Operation is programmable using a multi-function
keypad and the panel LCD or via service computer (PC)
x RS-232 service port provides upload/download PC
access for panel configuration and event history logs
x Software updates are via PC download
x Convenient library of standard custom label terms
x Standard on-board DACT provides: Contact ID, 3/1, 4/2,
BFSK, and SIA formats
x WALKTEST™ silent or audible system test**
x Voltage and current for both the battery charger and the
battery can be displayed at the front panel LCD
FIRE
ALARM
SYSTEM
SUPERVISORY
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
ALARM
SILENCED
AC
POWER
ALARM
ACK
SUPV
ACK
TROUBLE
ACK
ALARM
SILENCE
SYSTEM
RESET
CAUTION
DISCONNECT
ABC
DISABLE
1
ENABLE
PREVIOUS
GHI
FUNCTION
2
JKL
DEF
3
MNO
4
5
6
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
7
8
9
MENU
EXIT
CLEAR
BATTERY AND
A. C. POWER
BEFORE
SERVICING
NEXT
ENTER
0
4008-9101 Standard Control Panel
Addressable Devices:
Fire
Alar m
Annunciator
x Using IDNet communications, up to 200 addressable
TrueAlarm detection points or addressable device points
are available (see page 3 for details)**
Two Standard Notification Appliance Circuits
(NACs):
FIRE
ALARM
SYSTEM
SUPERVISORY
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
ALARM
SILENCED
AC
POWER
ALARM
ACK
SUPV
ACK
TROUBLE
ACK
ALARM
SILENCE
SYSTEM
RESET
CAUTION
DISCONNECT
ABC
DISABLE
ENABLE
PREVIOUS
FUNCTION
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
7
8
9
MENU
EXIT
CLEAR
BATTERY AND
A. C. POWER
BEFORE
SERVICING
NEXT
x Class A or Class B outputs with solid state overcurrent
protection per NAC, each rated for 2 A
x Selectable for Simplex® SmartSync™ two-wire
horn/strobe control or synchronized strobe control**
ENTER
0
Standard Power Supply:
x Provides 3 A maximum @ nominal 24 DC
x Automatic input power selection operates with 120 VAC
or 240 VAC, 50 or 60 Hz
x On-board temperature compensated battery charger for
up to 12.7 Ah batteries in cabinet (UL and ULC) and up
to 25 Ah batteries in separate cabinet (UL only)
Additional standard features:
x Two auxiliary relays
x NACs, Relay outputs, and communications circuits are
power limited per NFPA 72® (AC input, battery circuits,
and City Circuit Module outputs are non-power limited)
x UL listed to Standard UL 864, 9th Edition
Available option modules:
x Door mounted 24 LED annunciator (standard on ULC
model)
x 3 A Expansion Power Supply with two on-board 2 A
NACs that operate the same as standard NACs
x City Interface Module and Auxiliary Relay Module
x Remote LCD and LED/Switch Annunciators
4008-9121 Control Panel with 24 LED Annunciator
(required for ULC applications)
Description
For areas requiring up to 200 addressable input devices and up
to 4 NACs, the Simplex 4008 Series fire alarm control panels
provide flexible initiating circuit monitoring, extensive
programmable control capability, and LCD annunciated
circuit-specific 20 character custom labels.
* See page 2 for additional ULC and MEA information. This product has been approved by
the California State Fire Marshal (CSFM) pursuant to Section 13144.1 of the California
Health and Safety Code. See CSFM Listing 7165-0026:318 for allowable values and/or
conditions concerning material presented in this document. It is subject to re-examination,
revision, and possible cancellation. Additional listings may be applicable, contact your local
Simplex® product supplier for the latest status. Listings and approvals under Simplex Time
Recorder Co. are the property of Tyco Safety Products Westminster.
** TrueAlarm analog smoke detection is protected by one or more of the following U.S.
Patents: 5,155,468; 5,173,683; 5,543,777. IDNet addressable communications are
protected by U.S. Patent No. 4,796,025. IDNet duplicate device detection is protected
under U.S. Patent No. 6,034,601. WALKTEST system test is protected under US Patent
No. 4,725,818. SmartSync horn/strobe operation is protected under U.S. Patent No.
6,281,789. Two-wire synchronization circuit operation is protected by U.S. patent No.
5,559,492.
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Standard Feature Details
Standard Feature Details (Continued)
Addressable operation is provided by an IDNet
signaling line circuit (SLC) capable of communicating to up
to 200 addressable devices (points). Addressable devices
include: TrueAlarm smoke detection, heat detection, and
duct detection; supervised addressable modules for single
and multiple contact monitoring, manual stations, isolation
modules, and a remote signal module (see list on page 4.)
(Please note that this panel provides a limited TrueAlarm
operation feature set. For larger applications that require the
full complement of TrueAlarm features, contact your local
Simplex product supplier.)
On-Board Dual Line DACT. Operation can be selected
for Contact ID, SIA, 3/1, 4/2, and BFSK formats.
Reporting includes Alarm, Supervisory, Trouble, and AC
Failure. Operation includes automatic 24 hour test and
programmable power fail report delay.
Power Supply and Battery Charger. DC power
output is 3 A @ 24 VDC for panel use. The temperature
compensated battery charger (sealed lead-acid batteries
only) is rated for up to 25 Ah batteries per UL 864 and up
to 12.7 Ah per ULC-S527. (Up to 12.7 Ah batteries fit in
the cabinet, larger batteries require an external cabinet.)
Panel electronics can measure and display voltage and
current for the power supply, batteries and the battery
charger (standard and expansion power supply). Depleted
battery trouble is monitored and annunciated and depleted
battery cutout can be selected. Active battery status
monitor supervises charger operation.
Two, 2 A On-Board NACs provide conventional reverse
polarity operation, selectable as Class A or Class B, with
electronic control and overcurrent protection. Operation is
selectable for synchronized strobe or SmartSync™
horn/strobe two wire operation. Horn control can be
selected at the panel for: Temporal pattern coding, Steady
On, Slow March Time (20 beats per minute), or Fast March
Time (120 beats per minute). Note: When selected for
SmartSync horn/strobe control, March Time produces 60
beats per minute.
Optional Feature Details
Expansion Power Supply. Provides 3 A total @
24 VDC, two additional 2 A NACs, and an additional
auxiliary power output of 500 mA. Output operation is the
same as on the standard power supply.
Expansion Relay Module. Provides three relays, one
each for Alarm, Supervisory, and Trouble conditions.
Each is jumper selectable as N.O. or N.C. Contacts are
rated 2 A @ 30 VDC. Location is the same as for the City
Circuit Modules.
City Circuit Modules. These modules are available
with or without on-board disconnect switches, depending
on local requirements (either type can be disconnected
through the front panel under password control).
Connections are for Remote Station (reverse polarity) or
Municipal Master (local energy). Reporting includes
Alarm, Supervisory, and Trouble.
The 24 VDC Auxiliary output provides up to 500 mA
for system use. (Auxiliary output current is counted for
total power supply capacity.)
Standard Auxiliary Relay Outputs. Two relay
outputs are available, selectable as normally open or
normally closed, rated 2 A @ 30 VDC per below:
Aux Relay 1 is normally assigned to General Alarm
operation but is programmable (see page 7)
Aux Relay 2 (Trouble) is energized when Normal and is
de-energized with a Trouble condition.
Product Selection
Control Panel
Model
Description
Listings
4008-9101
Standard fire alarm control panel
4008-9121
Fire alarm control panel with
24 LED Annunciator on front door
UL, FM,
& CSFM
MEA
ULC
Box Depth
Standard Features
4-1/4”
(108 mm)
4-5/8”
(117 mm)
Red cabinet; SLC with 200 addressable points,
2 Class B/Class A NACs, 3 A power supply
with battery charger; on-board DACT; for input
voltage of 120/240 VAC, 50/60 Hz (autoselect)
Option Modules
Model
4008-9801
Description
Expansion Power Supply; 3 A, with 2 NACs, 120/240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Select one if required
4008-9802 Expansion Relay Module; 3 relays selectable as either N.O. or N. C.
4006-9805* City Circuit Modules with disconnect switch
4006-9806* City Circuit Modules without disconnect switch
Select one if required
* These City Circuit modules are also used on the 4006 Series control panels.
Accessories
Model
2975-9812
4009-9801
Description
Red Semi-Flush Trim; 1-7/16” wide (37 mm)
Beige External Battery Cabinet for up to 25 Ah batteries; mounts close-nippled to control panel cabinet; dimensions =
16-1/4” W x 13-1/2” H x 5-3/4” D (413 mm x 343 mm x 146 mm) [depth increased for 25 Ah effective 7/2005]
Batteries, 12 Volt (select one battery model per system standby requirements; order quantity of two)
Model
Size
2081-9272
2081-9274
6.2 Ah
10 Ah
Model
Size
2081-9288 12.7 Ah
Location
For cabinet mount
2
Model
Size
2081-9275
2081-9827
18 Ah
25 Ah
Location
Requires 4009-9801 External Battery
Cabinet (UL listed only)
S4008-0001-3 7/2005
TrueAlarm Smoke Detection
Diagnostics and Default Device Type
TrueAlarm Addressable Detection. IDNet
addressable device compatibility includes Simplex
TrueAlarm photoelectric smoke and temperature sensors.
The 4008 fire alarm control panel provides a subset of the
complete analog TrueAlarm features. TrueAlarm sensors
appear to the panel essentially as addressable detectors and
that term is used for 4008 documentation.
Approximately every four seconds the addressable smoke
detectors transmit an output value based on their smoke
chamber condition. The panel CPU internally maintains a
current value, peak value, and an average value for each
detector’s output. Status is determined by comparing the
current value to its average value. Tracking this average
value as a continuously shifting reference point filters out
environmental factors that cause shifts in sensitivity.
Alarm Determination. Photoelectric detection sensitivity
is 2.5%/ft obscuration. All detectors can be selected for a
reduced sensitivity detection mode that satisfies the city of
Boston requirements. Addressable heat detectors provide a
fixed temperature alarm at 135° F (57° C) and may be
individually selected to also provide rate-of-rise alarm of
15° F (8.3° C) per minute where applicable.
Status Monitoring. 4008 TrueAlarm operation
provides the ability to automatically indicate when an
addressable detector is dirty or excessively dirty. The
NFPA 72 (National Fire Alarm Code) requirement for a
test of the sensitivity range of the detectors is fulfilled by
the TrueAlarm ability to maintain the sensitivity level of
each addressable detector.
Modular Addressable Detector/Base Combination.
Modular TrueAlarm addressable detectors use the same base
which allows different detector head types (photoelectric
smoke, or heat) to be easily interchanged to meet specific
application requirements. This feature also allows
intentional detector (sensor head) substitution during
building construction. When conditions are temporarily
dusty, instead of covering the smoke detectors (causing
them to be disabled), heat detector heads may be installed
without reprogramming the control panel. Although the
control panel will indicate an incorrect detector type, the
heat detector will operate at a default setting to provide heat
detection for building protection at that location.
Keyboard Reference
FIVE STATUS INDICATOR LEDs provide system status indications in
addition to LCD information, LEDs flash to indicate the condition and
then when acknowledged, remain on until reset
2 X 20 LCD READOUT, LED backlighted during normal conditions and abnormal
operating conditions, provides up to 20 characters for custom label information
FIRST ALARM DISPLAY: Operation can be selected for maintained display of first
alarm until acknowledged
CONTROL
PANEL VIEW
with door closed
FIRE
ALARM
SYSTEM
SUPERVISORY
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
ALARM
SILENCED
AC
POWER
ALARM
ACK
SUPV
ACK
TROUBLE
ACK
ALARM
SILENCE
SYSTEM
RESET
SYSTEM RESET restores
control panel to normal when
all alarmed inputs are
returned to normal
ABC
DISABLE
ALARM ACK acknowledges a Fire
Alarm condition, logs the
acknowledge, silences the operator
panel and all annunciator tone-alerts,
and steps through the active Alarm list
ENABLE
PREVIOUS
FUNCTION
FIVE NAVIGATION KEYS: MENU selects
the on-screen programming menu; left
and right arrows moves the position on the
screen, and PREVIOUS and NEXT
navigate screen selections
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
7
8
9
MENU
EXIT
CLEAR
SUPV ACK acknowledges system
supervisory conditions, logs the
acknowledge, silences the operator
panel and all annunciator tone-alerts,
and steps through the active
Supervisory list
THREE PROGRAMMABLE LEDs
provide custom labeling (labels insert into
a pocket), the top two LEDs are
selectable as red or yellow, the bottom
LED is selectable as green or yellow
ALPHANUMERIC
KEYPAD provides
programming entry of
numbers and letters
NEXT
ENTER
TROUBLE ACK acknowledges
system troubles, logs the
acknowledge, silences the
operator panel and all annunciator
tone-alerts, and steps through the
active Trouble list
3
0
ALARM SILENCE causes audible notification appliances
to be silenced, used after evacuation is complete and
while alarm source is being investigated
FOUR EXTENDED FUNCTION KEYS: ENTER confirms
selections, EXIT/CLEAR backs out of the present screen menu
and clears information that has not been entered, FUNCTION
enables the active function menu, DISABLE/ENABLE toggles
the function or circuit status as appropriate per the selected
screen
S4008-0001-3 7/2005
Compatible Simplex Peripherals (see specifications on page 5 for notification appliances)
Detector Heads and Addressable Bases (refer to page 3 for 4008 detector/sensor terminology)
Model
Detector Head Type
4098-9714
4098-9733
Photoelectric
Heat, 135° F (57° C)
4098-9754
Photo and Heat
Compatible Addressable Base
Data Sheet
4098-9792, Standard detector base
4098-9789, Base for remote LED or relay
4098-9791, Features of 4098-9789 and remote supervised relay
S4098-0019
4098-9794, Sounder base
4098-9793, IDNet Isolator base
S4098-0028
S4098-0025
4098-9795, Dual address sounder base
4098-9796, Dual address standard base
NOTE: These bases require
two addresses
S4098-0033
Duct Detection
Model
Description
4098-9755
4098-9756
Data Sheet
Addressable Duct Detector Housing with 4098-9714 detector, no relay control
Addressable Duct Detector Housing with 4098-9714 detector, with remote relay control
S4098-0030
Addressable Devices
Model and Description
4090-9001 Supervised IAM
4090-9051 Supervised IAM
4090-9002 Relay IAM
Data Sheet
Model and Description
S4090-0001
S4090-0002
Data Sheet
4090-9101 CL B ZAM
S4090-0003
4090-9106 CL A ZAM
4090-9116 IDNet Isolator
S4090-0005
Model and Description
Data Sheet
4090-9007 Signal IAM
S4090-0010
4099-9001, 4099-9002,
& 4099-9003 Manual
Stations
S4099-0001
Compatible System Expansion Panels
Model
Type
Description
4003 Series
Voice Control Panel
4009 Series
Remote NAC Extender
Data Sheet
Provides a remote voice control panel with on-board NACs, internal
microphone, and remote microphone input
Provides remote NACs; includes power supply and battery charger;
4 extenders max/NAC; 4008 uses NAC output to provide control
S4003-0001
S4009-0002
Note: Contact your local Simplex Product Supplier for additional compatible peripherals.
Remote Annunciator Options
The 4008 supports up to four annunciator options
including:
4606-9101 LCD Annunciator Features:
x Door Mounted 24 LED Annunciator
x 4610-9111 Remote LED/Switch Annunciators
x 4606-9101 Remote LCD Annunciators
Annunciators communicate at a rate of 9600 baud with
power supplied by separate wiring.
x LCD readout with two lines of 40 characters each and
LED backlighting
x Wide viewing angle, super-twist design
x Keyswitch access controlled
4610-9111 LED Annunciator Features:
x Alarm, supervisory, or trouble acknowledge
x Alarm silence and System Reset
Control switches and status LEDs for:
x 16 LEDs with programmable functions and dedicated
LEDs for Alarm Silenced, Lost Communications,
Trouble, and Power-on
x Keyswitch access controlled switches for
Acknowledge, Alarm Silence, Reset, and Lamp Test
x Local tone-alert
Fire
Alarm
Annunciator
ACK
ALARM
SILENCE
ALARM
SILENCED
Three programmable LED indicators:
x Two LEDs are selectable as red or yellow
x One LED is selectable as green or yellow
x With provisions for custom labeling
CONTROL
ENABLE
LOST COM
RESET
LAMP
TEST
FIRE
ALARM
SYSTEM
SUPERVISORY
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
ALARM
SILENCED
POWER
ON
ALARM
ACK
SUPV
ACK
TROUBLE
ACK
ALARM
SILENCE
SYSTEM
RESET
CONTROL
ENABLE
TROUBLE
POWER
4610-9111 LED/Switch Annunciator
4606-9101 LCD Annunciator
4
S4008-0001-3 7/2005
Specifications (Refer to Installation Instructions 579-716 for additional information)
Input Voltage
Input Current, Standard
Input Current with
Expansion Power Supply
AC Input
Power Supply Output
120 VAC, 60 Hz; 220/230/240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, auto-select
2 A maximum @ 120 VAC input; 1.5 A maximum @ 240 VAC input
4 A maximum @ 120 VAC input; 3 A maximum @ 240 VAC input
3 A maximum @ 24 VDC in alarm
Temperature compensated charger is rated for up to 25 Ah per UL 864; up to
12.7 Ah per ULC-S527
Battery Charger
Notification Appliance Circuits (NACs) (NOTE: Total DC current = 3 A maximum per power supply)
General Rating
2 A maximum @ 24 VDC, per NAC; available as Class A or Class B;
Class B end-of-line resistor = 10 k:, 1/2 W; Model 4081-9008 (P/N 733-894)
Special Application Rating = 2 A per NAC
Strobe synchronization is UL listed across all
four system NACs for these 4906 Series
appliances
Simplex 4901 Series (horns) and the following 4906 Series Multi-Candela: strobes,
horn/strobes, and speaker/strobes (see data sheets S4906-0001, S4906-0002, &
S4906-0003 )
4906-9101
4906-9103
4906-9127
4906-9129
4906-9151
4906-9154
4906-9102
4906-9104
4906-9128
4906-9130
4906-9153
Regulated 24 VDC Rating = 1.5 A per NAC
NOTE: Maximum strobe load on main power
supply or expansion power supply is 1.35 A
per power supply (2.7 A total); remainder of
power supply rating is available for other
loading
All other UL Listed Notification Appliances; use associated external
synchronization modules where required
Standard Circuit Ratings (NOTE: Total DC current = 3 A maximum per power supply)
Auxiliary Power Output
500 mA maximum @ 24 VDC
Standard Auxiliary Relay Outputs
Relay 1
Relay 2
Programmable operation
Trouble operation
Contacts rated 2 A @ 30 VDC, 0.35 power factor;
jumper selectable as N.O. or N.C.
Terminals rated for 18 AWG to 12 AWG (0.82 mm2 to 3.31 mm2 )
Wiring Connections
IDNet Communications
Quantity
Up to 200 addressable devices (see list on page 4)
For wiring external to building, use Overvoltage Protector 2081-9044 at each end
of the connection; refer to data sheet S2081-0016 for details
18 AWG (0.82 mm2)
Suppression
Wire Size
Unshielded twisted pair (UTP)
Wire Types
Shielded twisted pair (STP)
Distance from Control Panel to Farthest
Device
Total Wire Length Allowed With “T” Taps for
Class B Wiring
Total Capacitance Allowed
Acceptable for most applications; not for use with wiring in conduit with either NAC
or AC power wiring (or similar)
Shielded wire may provide protection from unexpected sources of interference and
may be required for some applications; review system with your local Simplex
product supplier
Up to 4000 feet (1219 m) with 125 devices; 32 :
Up to 2500 feet (762 m) with 200 devices; 51 :
Up to 10,000 ft (3 km)
0.6 µF (600 nF)
Annunciator Communications
Quantity Supported
Wiring Size and Type
Up to four annunciator modules per panel (see page 4 for details)
See description for IDNet wiring above
Wiring Distances
Bus-Style Wiring
“T-Tap” Wiring
Up to 4000 ft (1219 m); 0.58 µF (580 nF) maximum capacitance; 35 : max.
Up to 10,000 ft (3048 m) total wiring; up to 2500 ft (762 m) to farthest device
Line Matching Resistor
Bus-Style Wiring
“T-Tap” Wiring
Connect one at panel
Connect one at panel and one at end of line
100 :, 1/2 W; 4081-9011;
(part number 733-974)
Use 2081-9044 Overvoltage Protectors where wiring leaves and enters a building
(refer to data sheet S2081-0016)
Suppression
Option Module Ratings
Expansion Relay
Module 4008-9802
Contact Ratings
Wiring
2 A @ 30 VDC, 0.35 power factor; jumper selectable as N.O. or N.C.
Terminals rated for 18 AWG to 12 AWG (0.82 mm2 to 3.31 mm2)
Environmental Ratings
Operating Temperature Range
Operating Humidity Range
32° to 120°F (0° to 49° C)
Up to 93% RH, non-condensing @ 100.4° F (38° C) maximum
5
S4008-0001-3 7/2005
Supervisory and Alarm Currents
Model
Module
Supervisory
Alarm
175 mA
200 mA
4008-9101
Standard fire alarm control panel with 50
IDNet devices
4008-9121
Control panel with 24 LED Annunciator
193 mA + 1 mA per IDNet device
250 mA+ 1 mA per IDNet device
4008-9801
Expansion Power Supply
50 mA
60 mA
4008-9802
Expansion Relay Module
10 mA per energized relay
10 mA per energized relay
4008-9805
City Circuit Module with disconnect switch
30 mA
60 mA
4008-9806
City Circuit Module without disconnect
switch
30 mA
60 mA
4606-9101
Remote LCD Annunciator (see data sheet
S4606-0001)
100 mA
150 mA
4610-9111
Remote LED/Switch Annunciator (see
data sheet S4610-0001)
40 mA
70 mA
(all LEDs and tone-alert on)
** Current Calculation Information:
1. To determine total supervisory current, add currents of modules in panel to base system value and all auxiliary loads.
2. To determine total alarm current, add currents of modules in panel to base system alarm current and add all panel NAC loads
and all auxiliary loads.
Addressable Device Information
The following addressable device types and hardware point types are provided. A combination of autoprogram, and either
front panel or PC programming allows the operation to be selected per application.
Available Fire Detection Device Types
Device
Description
Photoelectric
Addressable
Detector
TrueAlarm operation with
sensitivity = 2.5%/ft
Heat Detector
Fixed temperature thermal
detection at 135° F (57.2° C)
Options
Sounder base (selectable
for single station operation)
With communications isolator
With relay output
Selectable for all detectors to be at city of
Boston sensitivity of 3.7%/ft
Sounder base (selectable
for single station operation)
With communications isolator
With relay output
Individually selectable to add rate-of-rise heat
detection of 15° F/minute (8.3° C/minute)
Addressable Hardware Point Types
Function Type
FIRE
WATER
HEAT
DUCT
PULL
SMOKE
SO
Description
Fire monitor device
Waterflow monitor device
Heat detector device
Duct detector device
Function Type
WSO
SUPV
UTIL
TROUBLE
Manual (pull) station device
VSMOKE
Smoke detector device
STYLEC
Sprinkler Supervisory
LATSUPV
6
Description
Combination waterflow and water supervisory device
Supervisory monitor
Supervised utility monitor
Trouble monitor
Verified fire alarm; an alarm level causes the alarm
verification cycle to start
Style C fire monitor
Latching supervisory monitor (supervisory latches
until system is reset)
S4008-0001-3 7/2005
Relay Operation Modes
The following relay operations are selectable from either the front panel or the PC programmer.
Common Fire Alarm Operations
Function Type
Relay Activates Upon
Relay Deactivates Upon
SRELAY
General Alarm
Silence
RRELAY
General Alarm
Reset
SUPV
Supervisory condition
Clear
TRBL
Trouble condition
Acknowledged
Special Functions
Function Type
Description
UTILITY
Utility input in the same alarm group activates
PRIMARY
General alarm; relay is tied to Primary Elevator Recall contacts
ALTERN
General alarm; relay is tied to Alternate Elevator Recall contacts
DRESET
Relay provides 24 VDC power to 4-wire addressable detectors; relay turns off for 5 seconds on System Reset
DHOLDER
Relay provides 24 VDC to larger door holder relay with separate power source; relay activates on general
alarm to remove power to door holder relay and close doors
Additional Programming Feature Details
Function
Details
Custom labels
Up to 20 characters per point; a built-in message library provides for commonly used words for easy front
panel programming
For front panel label creation convenience, the following words can be selected as part of a custom label
( _designates a built-in space; typing the first letter of a word/number will select the closest word in
alphabetical/numerical sequence)
Message Library
North
South
East
West
Front
Center
rear
5th
Flr_1
Flr_2
Flr_3
Flr_4
Flr_5
RM_
Basement
Floor
Garage
Hallway
HVAC_Room
Kitchen
Lobby
Office
Patient
upper
lower
main
first
2nd
3rd
4th
Boiler_RM
Classroom
Closet_
Corridor
Elect_RM
Elevator
Entrance
Restroom
Room
Stairway
Storeroom
Wing
Zone
History logs
Three separate logs: Alarm (100 entries), Supervisory (100 entries), and Trouble (300 entries); logs can be
queried separately, or as a combined log; logs can be downloaded for printing or archiving using the RS-232
service port
Autoprogram
Automatically scans system for installed option modules and configures panel programming accordingly;
modes are available to detect new modules only, recreate default programming and then add all modules
found; Scans of addressable loop adds addressable devices, displays total added; checks for duplicate
addresses and identifies errors
Alarm Groups
Up to 99 alarm groups are available, any point may be in up to 3 alarm groups; this allows NAC and relay
operation to be associated with inputs according to local response requirements
WALKTEST
Allows one person to perform system testing; alarm or trouble tests are followed by automatic reset; the alarm
zone is sounded out by associated audible notification or the response is silently logged into the Alarm log
Manual Control
Allows selection of individual relays or NACs for system testing
Passcode
Protection
(4-digit number)
Level 1 = Acknowledge, Silence, System Reset, View logs, View point information, and Lamp Test
Level 2 = All Level 1 + Set Time/Date, Point Control, Enable/Disable points
Level 3 = All Level 2 + Clear logs, Clear verification tallies, Custom label editing, and WALKTEST
Level 4 = All Level 3 + Programming, Upload/Download; this is the Service access level
7
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Installation and Module Placement Reference
Box width 15-5/8" (397 mm)
(Top and side views are
shown with door installed)
Knockouts are
located on top
and sides
Box depth =
4-1/4" (108 mm) standard
4-5/8" (117 mm) w/annunciator door
11-1/4" (286 mm)
Main board
13-1/2"
(343 mm)
FIRE
ALARM
SYSTEM
SUPERVISORY
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
ALARM
SILENCED
AC
POWER
ALARM
ACK
SUPV
ACK
TROUBLE
ACK
ALARM
SILENCE
SYSTEM
RESET
Display
Assembly
Door thickness
5/8" (16 mm)
ABC
DISABLE
2
3
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
EXIT
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
CLEAR
7
8
9
FUNCTION
Expansion
Power Supply*
MENU
NEXT
ENTER
16"
(406 mm)
DEF
1
GHI
ENABLE
PREVIOUS
0
Main board
AC Input Terminals
City Module*
or Expansion
Relay Module*
Battery Area
No conduit or wiring in this area
13-1/4" (337 mm)
NOTE: For semi-flush mounting, cabinet
must extend 1-1/2" (38 mm)
minimum from wall surface
* Indicates optional modules
Door LED Annunciator Details
YELLOW LED
14 CUSTOM LABEL AREAS are
available, typically for location
identification and NAC
annunciation (shown labeled for
reference, blank labels are
provided); dual LED locations have
a Red LED (top) and a Yellow LED
(bottom); labels insert into pockets
behind the overlay; LED operation
is programmable to track other
monitored status conditions
Fire
Alarm
RED LED
Annunciator
AREA 1
AREA 5
AREA 9
AREA 2
AREA 6
AREA 10
AREA 3
AREA 7
AREA 4
AREA 8
NAC 1
NAC 2
NAC 3
NAC 4
FOUR YELLOW LEDs provide default NAC
Trouble annunciation (shown labeled as NAC 1-4)
Tyco, Simplex, the Simplex logo, TrueAlarm, IDNet, WALKTEST, and SmartSync are trademarks of Tyco International Services AG or its affiliates in the U.S. and/or other
countries. NFPA 72 and National Fire Alarm Code are registered trademarks of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).
Tyco Safety Products Westminster • Westminster, MA • 01441-0001 • USA
www.tycosafetyproducts-usa-wm.com
S4008-0001-3 7/2005
© 2005 Tyco Safety Products Westminster. All rights reserved. All specifications and other information shown were current as of document revision date and are subject to change without notice.
TrueAlarm® Fire Alarm Controls
UL, ULC Listed; FM, CSFM,
and MEA (NYC) Approved*
Model 4010 Fire Alarm Control Panel for TrueAlarm
Analog Sensors and IDNet™ Addressable Devices
Features
Standard features include:
x Up to 250 addressable TrueAlarm sensor or addressable
device points using IDNet communications that operate
with either shielded or unshielded twisted pair wiring**
x Four, 2 A notification appliance circuits (NACs) with
solid state current protection
x Internal event reporting DACT module (standard on
models 4010-9101, 4010-9102, & 4010-9150)
UL listed to Standard 864
Installation convenience features:
x Power-limited design with electronic modules contained
on one-piece chassis
x Up-front terminal blocks for wiring access
x Compact NEMA 1 rated cabinet is available in beige or
red and can be pre-shipped for early installation
Setup, programming, and maintenance features:
x Device level ground fault search, locate and isolate
x Auto Program for general alarm operation
x TrueAlarm individual analog sensing with front panel
information and selection access
x “Dirty” TrueAlarm sensor maintenance alerts, service
and status reports including “almost dirty”
x Default TrueAlarm sensor device type operation
x Duplicate address error detection
x Front panel or PC programming
x TrueAlarm sensor peak value performance report
x WALKTEST™ silent or audible system test†
x Software verification simulation mode
Supports the following IDNet devices:
x Addressable manual stations
x Quad-state zone adapter modules (ZAMs) for initiating
device monitoring
x IDNet ground fault/short circuit isolator base for
TrueAlarm sensors
x Quad-state line powered individual addressable modules
(IAMs) for initiating device monitoring and relay control
Available option modules include:
x Door mounted 24 LED annunciator (std. on ULC models)
x Network, or Point Reporting DACT
x Class A NAC adapter module
x RS-232 ports for printer and maintenance PC
x Additional power supply; Auxiliary Relay Module or
City Interface
x Equipment for Suppression Release Applications
(refer to data sheet S4010-0003)
Compatible with Simplex® auxiliary panels:
x TrueAlert® Addressable Controllers and NAC power
extenders (IDNet controlled and conventional)
x 4003 Voice Control Panel
x 4081 Battery Cabinet with charger for 50 Ah batteries
4010 Fire Alarm Control Panel (with standard door)
Description
TrueAlarm fire alarm control panels have the ability
to provide location accuracy for monitoring and control.
When equipped with TrueAlarm analog sensing for
smoke and heat detection, the processing power of the
control panel also has the ability to analyze conditions at
each location to provide accurate detection with
significantly reduced maintenance costs.
The 4010 TrueAlarm Fire Alarm Control Panel has been
specifically designed to provide addressable operation and
analog detection in a cost-effective package for
application sizes that previously were considered only
appropriate for conventional zoned monitoring.
Installation and Service Ease. The 4010 mounts on a
single chassis for quick installation and removal.
Terminal blocks are large and up-front for easy access
and inspection. Optional modules are easily and quickly
installed and programmed as required.
The 4010 cabinet provides convenient stud markers for
drywall thickness and nail-hole knockouts for quicker
mounting. Smooth cabinet surfaces are provided for
locally cutting conduit entrance holes exactly where
required. 4010 cabinets and electronics can be ordered
separately, allowing early cabinet installation.
Ground Fault Assistance. Ground fault problems
often occur during installation. The 4010 provides
isolating circuitry and software-controlled sequencing to
isolate ground faults to specific identified locations. This
assistance helps the installer to accurately locate the
wiring problem for quicker repair.
* Refer to page 6 for listing details. This product has been approved by the California State
Fire Marshal (CSFM) pursuant to Section 13144.1 of the California Health and Safety Code.
See CSFM Listing 7170-0026:226 for allowable values and/or conditions concerning
material presented in this document. It is subject to re-examination, revision, and possible
cancellation. Accepted for use – City of New York Department of Buildings – MEA35-93E.
Additional listings may be applicable; contact your local Simplex product supplier for the
latest status. Listings and approvals under Simplex Time Recorder Co. are the property of
Tyco Safety Products Westminster.
** TrueAlarm analog smoke detection and IDNet addressable devices are protected by one
or more of the following U.S. Patents: 5,155,468; 5,173,683; 5,543,777; 5,400,014;
5,552,765; 5,552,763; DES. 377,460.
† WALKTEST system test is protected under U.S. patent # 4,725,818.
S4010-0001-9 10/2004
4010 Operator Control Summary
4010 Display Panel and Diagnostic Mode
Extensive Feature List. The 4010 Fire Alarm Control
Panel provides access to an extensive feature list that
includes:
Convenient Status Information. With the locking
door closed, a window allows viewing of the status
display. The 4010 status panel provides a two line by 40
character, super-twist LCD information display and eight
status LED indicators as shown in the illustration below.
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Providing easy and powerful operator information with
a logical, menu-driven display
Extensive and automatic diagnostics for maintenance
reduction
History Logs available from the LCD or capable of
(optionally) being printed
Software Verification, allowing detailed logic
programming simulation to be conducted without
activating connected outputs
Control Panel (or service PC) label editing
Password access control
Auto Program Quick Configuration (Quick-CFIG) of
connected modules and IDNet devices for general alarm
operation to quickly get the system up and running
From this display, the LED indicators will describe the
general category of activity being displayed with the LCD
providing more detail. For the authorized user, unlocking
the door will provide access to the control switches and
allow further inquiry by scrolling the display for
additional detail. (Refer to control panel functional
illustration below.)
WALKTEST Diagnostic Operation Mode. The
patented WALKTEST process allows a single person to
perform system test. The system records test inputs such
as intentional alarms or trouble and either logs the
response (silent WALKTEST operation) or outputs a
brief, recognizable audible notification signal (audible
WALKTEST operation).
Extended Operator Control Panel Functions
FIVE STATUS INDICATOR LEDs provide system status indications in
addition to LCD information, LEDs flash to indicate the condition and
then when acknowledged, remain on until reset
2 X 40 LCD READOUT, LED backlighted during normal conditions and abnormal
operating conditions, provides up to 40 characters for custom label information
FIRST ALARM DISPLAY: Operation can be selected for maintained display of first
alarm until acknowledged
CONTROL
PANEL VIEW with
4010 door closed
FIRE
ALAR
M
SYSTEM
SUPERVISORY
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
ALAR
AC
M
K
SUPV
AC
K
TROUBLE
AC
K
MENU
FUNCTION
DISABLE
ENABLE
EXIT
CLEAR
ALAR
M
SILENCED
A
C
POWER
ALAR
M
SILENCE
SYSTEM
RESET
ENTER
ALARM ACK acknowledges a Fire Alarm condition,
logs the acknowledge and silences the operator
panel and all annunciator tone-alerts
THREE PROGRAMMABLE LEDs
provide custom labeling (labels insert into
a pocket), the top two LEDs are
selectable as red or yellow, the bottom
LED is selectable as green or yellow
SYSTEM RESET restores
control panel to normal when
all alarmed inputs are
returned to normal
PREVIOUS
NEXT
NINE EXTENDED FUNCTION KEYS (accessible with
door open) select and scroll through display prompts for
locating additional system information, performing
maintenance functions, or for front panel programming
SUPV ACK acknowledges system supervisory
conditions, logs the acknowledge, and silences the
operator panel and all annunciator tone-alerts
ALARM SILENCE causes audible notification appliances
to be silenced, used after evacuation is complete and
while alarm source is being investigated
TROUBLE ACK acknowledges system troubles,
logs the acknowledge, and silences the operator
panel and all annunciator tone-alerts
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IDNet Addressable Interface
TrueAlarm Analog Sensors (Continued)
Overview. The 4010 provides IDNet addressable device
communications. Using a two wire circuit, individual
devices such as manual fire alarm stations, TrueAlarm
sensors, and sprinkler waterflow switches can be directly
connected (or interfaced) to the IDNet controller to
communicate their identity and status. This addressability
allows the location and condition of the connected device
to be displayed on the 4010 panel LCD and on system
annunciators. Additionally, control circuits (fans,
dampers, etc.) may be individually controlled by using a
relay IAM (individual addressable module). The 4009
IDNet NAC Extender or the TrueAlert Addressable
controller can be controlled for local or remote
notification appliance expansion. (Refer to individual
device documentation for further details.)
Capacity. A total of 250 addressable monitor and control
points may be intermixed on the same pair of wires. By
using Zone Adaptor Modules (ZAMs) or Individual
Addressable Modules (IAMs), conventional initiating
devices can be connected to the IDNet circuit.
IDNet Addressable Operation. The IDNet controller
continuously interrogates each addressable device on the
communication channel for status condition such as:
normal, off-normal, alarm, supervisory, or trouble.
Sophisticated poll and response communication
techniques ensure supervision integrity and allow for
"T-tapping" of the circuit for Class B (Style 4) operation.
Wiring Requirements. Refer to the specifications chart
below. Distances are for shielded or unshielded wire.
Shielded wire may provide protection from unexpected
sources of interference and may be required for some
applications.
TrueAlarm heat sensors can be selected for
rate-of-rise detection as either 15° F (8.3° C) or 20° F
(11.1° C) per minute with an independent fixed limit of
135° F (57° C) or 155° F (68° C). TrueAlarm heat sensors
can also be programmed as a utility device to monitor for
temperature extremes in the range from 32° F to 155° F
(0° C to 68° C). This feature can provide freeze warnings
or alert to HVAC system problems.
To additional IDNet
devices, up to 250 total
CAUTION
DISCONNECT
POW ER
BEFORE
SERVICING
TrueAlert Addressable Controller
TM
Modular TrueAlarm
sensor with base
TrueAlert Addressable Controller
Modular TrueAlarm sensor
with IDNet isolator base
Supervised IAM
FIRE
ALARM
PULL DOWN
CAUTION
D ISCONNECT
POW ER
BEF ORE
SERVIC ING
TM
4009 IDNet NAC EXTENDER
Addressable station
1
5
2
6
3
S IMP LEX TIM E RE CO RDE R CO .
4090-9002
RELAY IAM
INSTAL. INSTR. 574-184
DATE CODE:
4
4009 IDNet NAC
Extender
7
8
1
Quick-Connect
TrueAlarm sensor
Monitor ZAMs and
Relay IAMs
Wiring Specifications
Size
Wire
18 AWG minimum
Preferred Shielded twisted pair (STP)
4010 Fire Alarm
Control Panel with
annunciator door
Acceptable Unshielded twisted pair (UTP)
Farthest Distance from Control
Panel to Device
Up to 2500 feet (762 m)
FIRE ALARM
CONTROL
** SYSTEM IS NORMAL **
12:02:15pm
Mon 9-Sep-02
FIRE
ALARM
SYSTEM
SUPERVISORY
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
ALARM
SILENCED
AC
POW ER
AL ARM
ACK
SUPV
ACK
TROUBLE
ACK
ALARM
SILENCE
SYSTEM
RESET
CAUTION
DISCONNECT
POW ER BEFORE
SERVICING
ZONE 1
ZONE 9
ZONE 17
ZONE 2
ZONE 10
ZONE 18
ZONE 3
ZONE 11
ZONE 19
ZONE 4
ZONE 12
ZONE 20
ZONE 5
ZONE 13
ZONE 21
ZONE 6
ZONE 14
ZONE 22
ZONE 7
ZONE 15
ZONE 23
ZONE 8
ZONE 16
ZONE 24
Total Wire Length Allowed With
Up to 10,000 ft (3 km).
“T” Taps for Class B Wiring
4010 Control Panel with Typical IDNet Devices
TrueAlarm Analog Sensors
Diagnostics and Default Device Type
TrueAlarm System Operation. IDNet communications
are used for TrueAlarm smoke and temperature sensors.
Every four seconds, smoke sensors transmit an output
value based on their smoke chamber condition. The 4010
CPU maintains a current value, peak value, and an average
value of each sensor's output. Status is determined by
comparing the current sensor value to its average value.
Tracking this average value as a continuously shifting
reference point filters out environmental factors that cause
shifts in sensitivity.
TrueAlarm operation gives the 4010 system the ability to
automatically indicate when a sensor is almost dirty, dirty,
and excessively dirty. The NFPA 72 (National Fire Alarm
Code) requirement for a test of the sensitivity range of the
sensors is fulfilled by the TrueAlarm ability to maintain
the sensitivity level of each sensor.
Modular TrueAlarm sensors use the same base and different
sensor types (photoelectric smoke sensor, or heat sensor)
can be easily interchanged to meet specific location
requirements. This feature also allows intentional sensor
substitution during building construction. When conditions
are temporarily dusty, instead of covering the smoke sensors
(causing them to be disabled), heat sensors may be installed
without reprogramming the control panel. Although the
control panel will indicate an incorrect sensor type, the heat
sensor will operate at a default sensitivity to provide heat
detection for building protection at that location.
Programmable Sensitivity. The sensitivity of each
sensor can be field programmed at the 4010 Control Panel
for different levels of smoke obscuration (in percent) or
for specific heat detection levels. In order to evaluate
whether the sensitivity should be revised, the peak value
is stored in memory and can be easily read and compared
to the alarm threshold directly in percent.
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TrueAlarm Information Details
Printer (Simplex
model 4190-9013)
True Alarm sensor data can be displayed on the
system LCD, on a remote maintenance PC, or printed on a
remote printer. With the proper operator access, a
TrueAlarm Service Report can be generated to list the
specific details of each TrueAlarm device. This report, as
well as the Status Report can either be displayed on the
remote maintenance PC or captured permanently by using
a remote 80 character printer.
FIRE ALARM
CONTROL
** SYSTEM IS NORMAL **
12:02:15pm
Mon 8-Mar-99
FIRE
ALARM
S YSTEM
SUPE RVISORY
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
ALARM
SILE NCED
AC
POWER
ALARM
ACK
SUPV
ACK
TROUBLE
ACK
ALARM
SILENCE
SYSTEM
RESET
CAUTION
Local
maintenance
computer
DISC ON N EC T
POW ER BEFOR E
SER VIC IN G
The report samples below illustrate the format provided
on either the remote maintenance PC or a printer. This
information is available at the system LCD by identifying
the specific point of interest and reading one point at a
time.
4010 Fire Alarm
Control Panel
Model 4190-9013 is a UL Standard 864 listed 80 column,
24 pin dot matrix printer (refer to data sheet S4190-0011).
(Model 2190-9039, a 24 VDC, 40 column printer, is
compatible with the 4010 for event printing only. Refer to
data sheet S2190-0014.)
One connection type per 4010,
selected by module choice; max.
wiring distance is 300 ft (91 m)
@ 9600 baud
Remote authorized maintenance
computer connected via dial-up
Service Modem Connection
RS-232 Connection Options
(refer to module selection on page 6)
TrueAlarm Status and Service Report Samples
Simplex 4010 Fire Alarm System
REPORT 3 : TrueAlarm Status Report
Zone
Name
M1-1
M1-2
M1-3
M1-4
M1-10
M1-11
Custom Label
ANALOG PHOTO
ANALOG ION
ANALOG PHOTO
ANALOG PHOTO
HEAT DETECTOR
ANALOG PHOTO
Page 1
2:43:03 pm Mon 18-Oct-04
Sensitivity
0.5 %
1.3 %
2.5 %
2.5 %
135 F
3.7 %
CLEAN ROOM
CLEAN ROOM
MAIN LOBBY
CONFERENCE ROOM 1
GARAGE
KITCHEN
Almost
Dirty
Device Status
NORMAL
NORMAL
NORMAL
NORMAL
NORMAL
NORMAL
*YES*
*YES*
END OF REPORT
Typical TrueAlarm Status Report Information Printout and/or Maintenance PC Screen
Simplex 4010 Fire Alarm System
REPORT 4 : TrueAlarm Service Report
Dev
Num
1
2
3
4
10
11
Custom Label
ANALOG PHOTO - CLEAN ROOM
ANALOG ION - CLEAN ROOM
ANALOG PHOTO - MAIN LOBBY
ANALOG PHOTO - CONFERENCE ROOM 1
HEAT DETECTOR - GARAGE
ANALOG PHOTO - KITCHEN
Page 1
2:56:09 pm Mon 18-Oct-04
Alarm
at:
0.5/ 83
1.3/209
2.5/185
2.5/161
135F/253
3.7/216
Avg
val
67
94
117
93
–-116
Current/
% alarm
68/ 1%
97/ 2%
117/ 0%
93/ 0%
63/-67F
116/ 1%
Peak/
% alarm
72/ 10%
101/ 1%
125/ 42%
93/ 0%
66/ 69F
110/ 36%
State
NOR
NOR
NOR
NOR
NOR
NOR
END OF REPORT
Typical TrueAlarm Service Report Information Printout and/or Maintenance PC Screen
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Standard Panel Features
Optional Expansion Slot Modules (Cont’d)
N2 Communications for Serial Annunciator Control.
DACT, Event Reporting Module. For applications where
Control for up to 6 remote Simplex Annunciator products
including 24 Point I/O Module, and LCD Annunciator.
Includes extensive troubleshooting diagnostics.
Access Port. RS-232 service port for connecting PC tools
for service diagnostics and for programming the CPU
Flash EPROM memory.
simple event status information is required (Alarm,
Trouble, Supervisory, and AC power failure).
Dual RS-232 Module. Available for interfacing to a
printer and a maintenance PC.
Single RS-232 Module with Service Modem Connection.
Provides one port dedicated for connection to a printer, and
a second port dedicated for dial-in from a service computer,
typically located off-site. With an off-site computer,
programming changes and system diagnostics can be
performed remotely, reducing service time for repair or
reprogram. Security is maintained by password protection.
IDNet Addressable Communications Channel.
Addressable channel provides communications for up to
250 remote addressable devices, including TrueAlarm
analog sensors and isolator bases (see descriptions on
page 3).
Four NACs. Class B output is standard, rated for 2 A @
24 VDC nominal, with solid state current protection.
Class A operation is optional with the addition of an
adapter module.
NAC operation can be selected for “on-until-Silence” or
“on-until-Reset,” and can be Temporal pattern, 20 or
120 bpm March Time pattern, or continuous. Each NAC
is also individually selectable to control Simplex
synchronized visible notification appliances and to control
audible notification appliances using SmartSync™
control, allowing separate audible and visible appliance
operation using a common 2-wire circuit. (Class A ,
Style Z, SmartSync circuits require SmartSync Control
Module 4905-9938, refer to data sheet S4903-0010 for
details.)
Two Auxiliary Output Circuits. Operation is
programmable for trouble, alarm, supervisory, or other
fire response functions. Output is one Form “C” dry
contact each, rated 2 A @ 24 VDC. An optional relay kit
is available for switching up to 1/2 A at 120 VAC.
Power Supply. Standard output is 4 A @ 28 VDC,
filtered, non-regulated. Internal system power is provided
separately, allowing the 4 A to be available for NAC and
auxiliary power tap functions. Over-current protection is
solid state and self-resetting.
Auxiliary Power Tap. Provides up to 1/2 A of the
standard power supply voltage, over-current protected.
Battery Charger. Capable of charging up to 25 Ah sealed
lead-acid batteries (4010 cabinet mounted). A recharge
time of 24 hours is typical with stable 120 VAC input. For
applications requiring larger batteries, external
charger/cabinet assemblies are available.
A depleted battery cutout feature is programmable to advise
and/or to reduce current when battery voltage is low.
Optional Chassis Mount Modules
Standard 4 A Expansion Module provides two taps of
2 A each, 28 VDC, filtered, non-regulated, similar to the
standard power supply capacity.
Suppression Release Power Supply provides two taps
of 2 A each, regulated at 24 VDC ± 10%. May also be
used for other applications requiring regulated voltage.
Use for suppression release requires a front panel
mounted release appliqué that is provided with this power
supply and also may be ordered separately.
Battery Meter Module provides panel mounted ammeter
and voltmeter for power supply monitoring.
Dual Circuit Class A NAC Adapter Module mounts on the
main 4010 printed circuit assembly and provides the
additional circuitry needed for Class A operation.
Dual Circuit City Connect Module provides the interface
required for direct wired reporting to conventional city
connection circuits. (Available with or without disconnect
switches.)
Expansion Power Distribution Module provides two
additional termination points for the 1/2 A auxiliary power
output, or for one tap of the expansion power supply.
Relay Option Module. Provides three relays, one each for
Alarm, Supervisory, and Trouble. Relay contacts are
selectable for normally open or normally closed and are
rated 2 A @ 32 VDC maximum.
N2 Communications Modules
Up to six of the following modules may be connected to
the Simplex N2 serial communications bus.
4606-9101 LCD Annunciators provide remote
acknowledge, reset, and alphanumeric status display.
(Refer to data sheet S4606-0001.)
24 LED Annunciator Doors are standard on ULC listed
models and are available as door-only assemblies for
electronics only packages or other aftermarket applications.
This option uses the 24 Point I/O module with all points
pre-assembled as LED outputs, with individual labels and
each LED is selectable as red or yellow.
4605 Series 24 Point I/O Modules are available for
remote mounting and provide 24 points that can be
programmed as either general purpose switch inputs or
system controlled outputs. Typical applications are for
remote annunciators and monitoring and control of other
related processes. (Refer to data sheet S4010-0002.)
Optional Expansion Slot Modules
(The 4010 is available with a Simplex Network Interface.
4010 points can be declared “public.”)
Network Interface, Fixed Media. Available for wired
applications.
Network Interface, Modular Media. Available for wired
connections or fiber optic. Require separate media
modules. May be both wired, both fiber optic, or one of
each.
DACT, Point Reporting Module. Provides serial output
information that can send location details to a remote
receiving station.
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4010 Fire Alarm Control Selection Chart and Module Location Rules (refer to diagrams on page 8)
Category
Model
4010-9101
4010-9102
Control Panel
Assembly
(select one)
4010-9201
4010-9202
Description
UL Listed 4010 Fire Alarm Control Panel with: door, cabinet, power
supply/battery charger, IDNet interface, 4 NACs, 2 auxiliary relays, and
external N2 communications interface; 4010-9101 and 4010-9102
include internal common event reporting DACT
Voltage
Color
120 VAC
Beige
Red
240 VAC
Beige
Red
4010-9101C
4010-9101CF
English ULC Listed 4010 Fire Alarm Control Panel; same as above
French except: with 24 LED Annunciator door; and without DACT
120 VAC
Beige
4010-9150
4010-9150C
4010-9150CF
UL Listed
4010 Fire Alarm Control Panel electronics only,
English for pre-shipped cabinets, requires door and cabinet
ULC
Listed French ordered separately; -9150 has event reporting DACT
120 VAC
NA
Optional Expansion Slot Features (two slots are available, select modules as required)
Category
Reporting and
Network Modules
(select one)
RS-232
Communications
(select one)
Media Modules
Model
Description
4010-9810
4010-9816
DACT Module (Common Event Reporting)
DACT Module (Point Reporting)
4010-9821
4010-9817
Network Interface Module with fixed, wired connections
Network Interface Module, Modular; requires 2 (In/Out) media modules (see below)
4010-9811
Dual RS-232 Interface Module
4010-9812
Single RS-232 Interface Module with Service Modem connection
4010-9818
4010-9819
Network Wired Media Module
Network Fiber Optic Media Module
Includes two, 7 ft (2.1 m) long RJ45 cables
Media modules mount on the 4010-9817 module
without impact to slot allocation space.
Chassis Mounted Expansion Modules (select as required)
Category
Additional
Power Supply
(select one)
Optional Features
(select one)
Optional Features
(select as
indicated)
Model
4010-9813
4010-9823
4010-9814(CF)
4010-9824
4010-9820
Description
4 A Expansion Power Supply
120 VAC input
240 VAC input
Suppression Release Power Supply; 4 A @ 24 VDC, regulated ± 10%;
includes front panel suppression appliqué; CF suffix selects French
120 VAC input
240 VAC input
4010-9825
Battery Meter Module (ammeter and voltmeter)
24 VDC Expansion Power Distribution Module, provides two additional termination points for
an expansion power supply tap or the auxiliary power output
4010-9806
4010-9809
4010-9829*
4010-9803
Dual Circuit Class A (Style Z) NAC Adapter Module, two maximum
Dual Circuit City Connect Module
Dual Circuit City Connect Module w/o disconnect switches
Relay Option Module
Select one
maximum
Accessories
Category
Model
4010-9830
(CAF)
2975-9801
2975-9802
2081-9272
2081-9274
2081-9288
2081-9275
2081-9287
6.2 Ah Battery, 12 VDC
10.0 Ah Battery, 12 VDC
12.7 Ah Battery, 12 VDC
18 Ah Battery, 12 VDC; NOTE: This battery size will not allow bottom entry conduit
25 Ah Battery, 12 VDC
2975-9215
Red Cabinet
4010-9826
Optional Features
Batteries
(required if
batteries are
internal; select one
size; two batteries
are required)
Cabinets (select
one if pre-shipped)
Doors (select one
if pre-shipped or
for use with
4010-9150)
Description
120 VAC Auxiliary Relay Kit, allows one auxiliary relay to control up to 1/2 A @120 VAC,
select as required; 2 maximum
Suppression Release Appliqué, required for suppression release applications; suffix CAF
selects a French appliqué
Semi-flush trim, beige, 1-7/16” (37 mm) wide
Semi-flush trim, red, 1-7/16” (37 mm) wide
2975-9214(CF)
Beige Cabinet; CF suffix has French labels
4010-9858
Red Door with dress panel
4010-9857(CF) Beige Door with dress panel; CF has French labels
4010-9860
(CAF)*
4010-9861*
Dimensions: 22” H x 18” W x 5-3/8” D
(559 mm x 457 mm x 137 mm)
Dimensions: 22” H x 18” W x 5/8” D
(559 mm x 457 mm x 16 mm)
Beige Door with 24 LED Annunciator and dress panel; Dimensions: 22” H x 18” W x
CAF suffix selects French for ULC applications
1-23/32”D (559 mm x 457 mm x
44 mm) [see also S4010-0002]
Red Door with 24 LED Annunciator and dress panel
* As of document revision date: 4010-9829 is not ULC listed; 4010-9860 and 4010-9861 are listed by UL and ULC and approved by CSFM and FM;
4010-9860CAF is ULC listed and FM approved only.
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:4010 Operating Specifications
Input Power Requirements
Voltage Range
Frequency
Maximum Current
AC Input, 120 VAC base models
102 to 132 VAC
60 Hz
2A
AC Input, 240 VAC base models
204 to 264 VAC
50/60 Hz
1A
AC Input with 120 VAC expansion power supply
102 to 132 VAC
60 Hz
4A
AC Input with 240 VAC expansion power supply
204 to 264 VAC
50/60 Hz
2A
Environmental
Operating Temperature Range
32° to 120°F (0° to 49° C)
Operating Humidity Range
up to 93% RH, non-condensing @ 100.4° F (38° C) maximum
Output Ratings
Standard Power Supply Output
4 A total @ nominal 28 VDC
Auxiliary Power Tap
1/2 A maximum of standard power
supply voltage
Expansion Power Supply Output *
Additional 4 A @ nominal 28 VDC
Suppression Release Power Supply Output *
Additional 4 A @ 24 VDC ±10%
Output switches to battery
backup during mains failure or
brownout conditions
* Each power supply provides two output taps of 2 A each.
Current Ratings for Optional Modules and Remote LCD Annunciator
Model
Supervisory
Current
Module
Alarm
Current
4010-9810
DACT (Common Event Reporting)
40 mA
40 mA
4010-9816
DACT (Point Reporting)
40 mA
40 mA
4010-9821
Network, wired communications
125 mA
125 mA
4010-9817
Network Modular, add media cards separately
24 mA
24 mA
4010-9818
Network Wired Media
47 mA
47 mA
4010-9819
Network Fiber Optic Media
36 mA
36 mA
4010-9811
Dual RS-232
75 mA
75 mA
4010-9812
Single RS-232 with Service Modem
100 mA
100 mA
4010-9806
Dual Class A NAC Adapter
4010-9809
Dual Circuit City Connect
4010-9829
Dual Circuit City Connect w/o disconnect switches
20 mA
36 mA
4010-9803
Relay Option Module
10 mA
37 mA
24 LED Annunciator door
60 mA
83 mA
(all LEDs on)
Remote LCD Annunciator (refer to data sheet S4606-0001)
65 mA
140 mA
Supervisory
Current**
Alarm
Current**
no IDNet devices
195 mA
295 mA
50 IDNet devices
230 mA
330 mA
100 IDNet devices
265 mA
365 mA
150 IDNet devices
300 mA
400 mA
200 IDNet devices
335 mA
435 mA
250 IDNet devices
370 mA
470 mA
4010-9860
4010-9861
& ULC 4010s
4606-9101
0 mA
0 mA
20 mA
36 mA
System Current (supplied separate from power supply output)
Base System with:
** Current Calculation Information:
1. To determine total supervisory current, add currents of modules in panel to base system value and all auxiliary loads.
2. To determine total alarm current, add currents of modules in panel to base system alarm current and add all panel NAC loads
and all auxiliary loads.
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4010 Module Layout Reference
4010-9820
Meter Module
or
4010-9825
24 VDC Power
Distribution
Block
—
—
P2
TB3
4010-9806
Class A
Module
Expansion
Slots 1 & 2
SHLD
—
—
TB1
AA+
NAC 4
SHLD
NAC 3
—
NAC 2
BB+
IDNet
EXT N2
NAC 1
4010-9806
Class A
Module
FIRE
ALARM
SYSTEM
SUPERVISORY
SYSTEM
TROUBLE
ALARM
SILENCED
AC
POWER
ALARM
ACK
SUPV
ACK
TROUBLE
ACK
ALARM
SILENCE
SYSTEM
RESET
MENU
4010-9809
or -9829
City Module
or
4010 -9803
Relay Module
TB4
FUNCTION
DISABLE
ENABLE
EXIT
CLEAR
ENTER
PREVIOUS
4010-9813,
4098-9814
4010-9823,
or 4010-9824
NEXT
Expansion Power Supply
—
AUX
POWER
Mounting Information
Typical conduit entry area
(cut holes as required)
18" (457 mm)
TB6
NC
TB7
C
NO
NC
AUX1
TB8
C
AUX2
NO
—
TB5
BATTERY
7-3/32"
(180 mm)
Standard
door profile
Annunciator
door profile
1-19/32"
(40 mm)
3/4"
(19 mm)
6-1/4"
(159 mm)
5-1/2"
(140 mm)
Standard Door,
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CLEAR
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Wall thickness guides for
1/2" (13 mm) wall board
Wall thickness guides for
5/8" (16 mm) wall board)
Internal straps are
provided for wiring
management
(2 each side)
NEXT
7%
Door and exposed
cabinet dimension
for semi-flush mount
2-15/32" (63 mm)
14-1/2" (368 mm)
Knockout screw/nail holes
(for semi-flush mount)
Battery Area
No conduit entry or wiring in this area
Shaded area is for non-power limited wiring
Wall board position reference
for semi-flush mount
Tyco, Simplex, the Simplex logo, TrueAlarm, WALKTEST, IDNet, SmartSync, and TrueAlert are trademarks of Tyco International AG or its affiliates in the U.S. and/or other
countries. NFPA 72 and National Fire Alarm Code are registered trademarks of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).
Tyco Safety Products Westminster • Westminster, MA • 01441-0001 • USA
www.tycosafetyproducts-usa-wm.com
S4010-0001-9 10/2004
© 2004 Tyco Safety Products Westminster. All rights reserved. All specifications and other information shown were current as of document revision date and are subject to change without notice.
Fire Control Panels
UL, ULC Listed; FM, CSFM,
and MEA (NYC) Approved*
Addressable Fire Detection and Control
Basic Panel Modules and Accessories
Features
Master Controller (top) bay:
x Master controller assembly with operator interface and
4100 Software Revision 11.10
x Enhanced CPU with dual configuration programs,
convenient service port access, and capacity for up to
2000 points
x System power supply (SPS) and charger (9 A total) with
on-board: NACs, IDNet™ addressable device interface,
and programmable auxiliary output and alarm relay
x Operator interface that is conveniently color coded with
raised switches providing high confidence feedback
x Module level ground fault search locates and isolates
faults to assist installation and service
x Available with redundant CPU (requires two bays)
Standard addressable interfaces include:
x IDNet addressable device interface with 250 points
x Remote annunciator module support via RUI (remote
unit interface) communications port
Optional modules include:
x MAPNET II® or IDNet addressable interfaces that
support TrueAlarm® analog sensing operation and operate
with either shielded or unshielded twisted pair wiring**
x Panel mounted SLC quad isolators and TrueAlert®
addressable notification appliance power supplies
x DACT, City Connect, and Network interfaces
x RS-232 ports for printers or maintenance terminals
x Alarm relays, auxiliary relays, additional power
supplies, IDC modules, and NAC expansion modules
x Service modems, VESDA® Air Aspiration Systems
interface, and coded manual station interface
x LED/switch modules (refer to data sheet S4100-0032)
x Audio amplifiers, firefighter master phones, and control
modules (refer to data sheet S4100-0034)
ABC
ZONE
SYSTEM IS NORMAL
08:23:43 am
MON 11-DEC-00
ALARMS
Fire Alarm
Priority 2 Alarm
SYSTEM WARNINGS
Supervisory
Trouble
1
J KL
FB
AC Power
Alarm Silenced
4
STU
P
7
Fire Alarm
Ack
P riority 2
Ack
Event
Time
S upv
Ack
Trouble
Ack
Alarm
Silence
More
Info
System
Reset
'S P' ( )
NET
DEF
SI G
2
M NO
IO
5
V WX
A
8
G HI
AUX
3
PQR
IDNet
6
Y Z/
L
9
, 0:
ADDR
0
DEL
Enter
C/Exit
Previous
M enu
Enable
On
Arm
Disable
Off
Disarm
Next
Auto
Lamp
Test
Emergency Operating Instructions
Alarm or Warning Condition
System indicator flashing. Tone On.
How to Ack nowledge / View Events
Press ACK located under flashing indicator.
Repeat operation until all events are acknowledged.
Local tone will silence.
AB C
ZON E
SYSTEM IS NORMAL
08:23:43 am
MON 11-DEC-00
ALARMS
Fire Alarm
Priority 2 Alarm
SYSTEM WARNINGS
Supervisory
Trouble
1
JKL
FB
AC Power
Alarm Silenced
4
ST U
P
7
Fire Alarm
Ack
Priority 2
Ack
Event
Time
Supv
Ack
Trouble
Ack
Alarm
Silence
More
Info
System
Reset
'SP' ( )
NET
DEF
SI G
2
M NO
IO
5
V WX
A
8
How to Silence Building Signals
Press Alarm Silence.
How to Reset Sy stem
Press S ystem Reset.
Press Ack to silence tone device.
GHI
A UX
3
PQ R
I DN et
6
YZ/
L
9
, 0:
ADD R
0
DEL
Enter
C/Exit
Previou s
Menu
Enable
On
Arm
Disable
Off
Disarm
Next
Auto
Lamp
Test
Emergency Operating Instructions
Alarm or Warning Condition
How to Silence Building Signals
System indicator flashing. Tone On.
Press Alarm Silence.
How to Acknowledge / View Events
Press ACK located under flashing indicator.
Repeat operation until all events are acknowledged.
Local tone will silence.
How to Reset System
Press System Reset.
Press Ack to silence tone device.
Fire Control
Fire Control
4100U Cabinets are Available with Two or Three Bays
Software Feature Summary
CPU provides two on-board configuration
programs:
x Two programs allow for reduced service programming
time with one active program and one reserve
x Downtime is reduced because the system stays running
during download
PC based programmer features:
x Convenient front panel access port for quick and easy
download of site-specific programming
x Modifications can be uploaded as well as downloaded
for greater service flexibility
x AND, firmware enhancements are made via software
downloads to the EPROM – service personnel are not
required to exchange board level components
Introduction
Compatible with Simplex remotely located:
x TrueAlert Addressable Controllers and both
Addressable and Conventional NAC Extenders
x 4003 Voice Control Panels and the BACpac®
BACnet® portal
Building on the established success of the 4100 Series
products, the 4100U Series offers additional operator,
installation, and service features. These new features
include both new hardware and new software designs that
provide high performance and convenient operation,
installation, and maintenance. (Additional features are
found in documents referenced on page 7.)
Master controller upgrade kits are available for
existing fire alarm control panels
Module Bay Description
®
4100U and upgrade kits are UL Listed to:
x UL Std. 864, Fire Detection and Control (UOJZ), and
Smoke Control Service (UUKL)
x UL Std. 2017, Process Management Equipment (QVAX)
x UL Std. 1076, Proprietary Alarm Units-Burglar (APOU)
x UL Std. 1730, Smoke Detector Monitor (UULH)
x ULC Std. S527-99
** Simplex fire alarm technology is protected by the following U.S. Patent Numbers:
TrueAlarm analog smoke detection: 5,155,468; 5,173,683 and 5,543,777. IDNet and
MAPNET II addressable communications; 4,796,025. TrueAlert addressable notification;
6,313,744 and 6,426,697. SmartSync horn/strobe control; 6,281,789.
4100U Control Panels provide point and module
capacities that are suitable for a wide range of small to
medium size applications. They accept a variety of
interface modules and can be configured for either
Stand-Alone or Networked fire control panel operation.
* See pages 5 and 6 for product that is UL or ULC listed. This product has been approved
by the California State Fire Marshal (CSFM) pursuant to Section 13144.1 of the
California Health and Safety Code. See CSFM Listing 7165-0026:251 (non-high rise) and
7170-0026:250 (high rise) for allowable values and/or conditions concerning material
presented in this document. It is subject to re-examination, revision, and possible
cancellation. Additional listings may be applicable; contact your local Simplex product
supplier for the latest status. Listings and approvals under Simplex Time Recorder Co.
are the property of Tyco Safety Products Westminster.
S4100-0031-9 4/2005
Module Bay Description (Continued)
Mechanical Description (Continued)
The Master Controller Bay (top) includes a standard
multi-featured system power supply, the master controller
board, and operator interface equipment.
x The latching dress panel (retainer) assembly easily
lifts off for internal access
x NACs are mounted directly on power supply
assemblies providing minimized wiring loss, compact
size, and readily accessible terminations
x Packaging supports traditional 4100-style
motherboard with daughter cards
x Modules are power-limited (except as noted, such as
relay modules)
x The NEMA 1 box is ordered separately and available
for early installation
x Boxes, doors, and dress panels are available in beige
or red (ordered separately)
x Doors are available with tempered glass inserts or
solid, in beige or red
x Refer to document S4100-0037 for enclosure details
The Expansion Bays include a Power Distribution
Interface (PDI) for new 4” x 5” flat design option
modules and also accommodate 4100-style modules.
The Battery Compartment (bottom) accepts two
batteries, up to 50 Ah, to be mounted within the cabinet
without interfering with module space.
The following illustration identifies bay locations using a
three bay cabinet for reference.
Slot 2
Slot 3
Slot 4
Slot 5
Master Controller
Board
Slot 1
Slot 1
Slot 2
Slot 6
IDNet
Slot 7
Slot 8
NACs 1, 2 & 3
Operator Interface Detail Reference
Slot 3
Master
Controller Bay
System Power
Supply
Slot 4
(SPS)
Aux Pwr
The following illustration identifies the primary functions
of the operator interface.
Btry
+
-
Aux
Relay
Master controller with
dual slot motherboard
Operator interface panel is directly
viewable and accessible (no access door)
System power supply
Slot 4
Slot 5
Slot 6
I/O Wiring
4100 Option
Slot 3
4100 Option
Slot 2
4100 Option
Slot 1
Slot 7
Slot 8
I/O Wiring
4x5 Module
Expansion Bay 1
(Block E)
ABC
ZONE
Expansion Power
Supply
PDI
ALARMS
Fire Alarm Priority 2 Alarm
(XPS)
4x5 Module
SYSTEM WARNINGS
Supervisory
Trouble
AC Power
Alarm Silenced
(Block F)
Priority 2
Ack
Event
Time
I/O Wiring
Supv
Ack
Trouble
Ack
Alarm
Silence
More
Info
System
Reset
AUX
2
3
PQR
IO
IDNet
4
5
6
STU
VW
X
YZ
/
7
Fire Alarm
Ack
SIG
MNO
FB
P
(Blocks G & H)
GH
I
DEF
1
JKL
'SP' ( )
NET
A
L
8
9
,0
:
ADDR
0
DEL
Enter
C/Exit
Previous
Menu
Typical bays with
mixed module sizes
Enable
On
Arm
Disable
Off
Disarm
Next
Auto
Lamp
Test
Emergency Operating Instructions
Alarm or Warning Condition
System indicator flashing. Tone On.
Slot 4
4100 Option
Slot 3
4100 Option
Slot 2
4100 Option
Slot 1
Slot 5
Slot 6
I/O Wiring
Slot 7
How to Acknowledge / View Events
Slot 8
Press ACK located under flashing indicator.
Repeat operation until all events are acknowledged.
Local tone will silence.
How to Silence Building Signals
Press Alarm Silence.
How to Reset System
Press System Reset.
Press Ack to silence tone device.
I/O Wiring
4x5 Module
Expansion Bay 2
(Block E)
Expansion Power
Supply
PDI
Upload/Download
port access (under
sliding cover)
(XPS)
4x5 Module
(Blocks G & H)
(Block F)
Basic operator instructions
are printed on the interface
mounting plate
Panel sounder
I/O Wiring
Software Feature Summary
x TrueAlarm individual analog sensing with front panel
information and selection access
x “Dirty” TrueAlarm sensor maintenance alerts, service
and status reports including “almost dirty”
x TrueAlarm magnet test indication appears as distinct
“test abnormal” message on display when in test mode
x TrueAlarm sensor peak value performance report
x Selectable service override allows authorized operators
to clear alarm conditions during System Reset even if
status has gone to trouble before reset occurred
x Module level ground fault searching assists installation
and service by locating and isolating modules with
grounded wiring
x WALKTEST™ silent or audible system test performs
an automatic self-resetting test cycle (WALKTEST
operation is protected under U.S. patent No. 4,725,818)
x NOTE: If new features require software revisions,
updates will be performed on-site by the authorized
Simplex product representative.
Battery Compartment
4100U Module Bay Reference
Mechanical Description
x Optional modules are easily and quickly installed and
programmed
x New design modules are mechanically secured in place
and then electrically plugged into the PDI module
reducing the need for wiring harnesses
x Boxes can be close-nippled; each box provides
convenient stud markers for drywall thickness and
nail-hole knockouts for quicker mounting
x Smooth box surfaces are provided for locally cutting
conduit entrance holes exactly where required
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Operator Interface
Operator Interface Features
Convenient Status Information. With the locking
door closed, the glass window allows viewing of the
display, status LEDs, and available operator switches.
Features include a two-line by 40-character, wide viewing
angle (super-twist) LCD with status LEDs and switches as
shown in the illustration below.
x Convenient and extensive operator information is
provided using a logical, menu-driven display
x Multiple automatic and manual diagnostics for
maintenance reduction
x Alarm and Trouble History Logs (up to 1200 total
events) are available for viewing from the LCD, or
capable of being printed to a connected printer, or
downloaded to a service computer
LED indicators describe the general category of activity
being displayed with the LCD providing more detail. For
the authorized user, unlocking the door provides access to
the control switches and allows further inquiry by
scrolling the display for additional detail.
x Convenient PC programmer label editing
x Password access control
FIRE ALARM ACK acknowledges a Fire Alarm
condition, logs the acknowledge, and silences the
operator panel and all annunciator tone-alerts
ULC SYSTEMS
require designating
a Ground Fault
indicator
PRIORITY 2 ACK acknowledges a Priority 2 Alarm
condition, logs the acknowledge, and silences the
operator panel and all annunciator tone-alerts
SIX SYSTEM STATUS INDICATOR LEDs
provide system status indications in addition
to LCD information, LEDs flash to indicate
the condition and then when acknowledged,
remain on until reset :
Fire Alarm & Priority 2 Alarm, red LED
Supervisory & Trouble, yellow LED
Alarm Silenced, yellow LED
AC Power, green LED (on for normal)
THREE PROGRAMMABLE LEDs
provide custom labeling, the top
two LEDs are selectable as red or
yellow, the bottom LED is
selectable as green or yellow
SUPV ACK acknowledges system supervisory
conditions, logs the acknowledge, and silences the
operator panel and all annunciator tone-alerts
TROUBLE ACK acknowledges system troubles, logs
the acknowledge, and silences the operator panel and
all annunciator tone-alerts
2 X 40 LCD READOUT, LED backlighted
during normal conditions and abnormal
operating conditions, provides up to 40
characters for custom label information
FIRST ALARM DISPLAY: Operation can
be selected for maintained display of first
alarm until acknowledged
Custom label insert
ALARM SILENCE causes audible notification
appliances to be silenced (depending on panel
programming) typically after evacuation is complete and
while alarm source is being investigated; may allow
visible notification to continue (strobes still flashing)
SYSTEM RESET restores control panel to normal when
all alarmed inputs are returned to normal
ABC
DEF
GHI
Waterflow-East
ZONE
SIG
AUX
1
2
3
Waterflow-West
JKL
MNO
PQR
FB
IO
IDNet
Ground Fault
ALARMS
Fire Alarm Priority 2 Alarm
SYSTEM WARNINGS
Supervisory
Trouble
AC Power
Alarm Silenced
Manual Evac
City Disconnect
Elevator Recall
Fire Alarm
Ack
Priority 2
Ack
Supv
Ack
Trouble
Ack
Event
Time
Alarm
Silence
More
Info
System
Reset
4
5
6
STU
VWX
YZ/
P
A
L
7
8
9
'SP' ( )
,0:
NET
ADDR
0
DEL
Enter
C/Exit
Previous
Menu
FIVE PROGRAMMABLE
FUNCTION SWITCHES,
each with a yellow LED
indicator
Enable
On
Arm
Disable
Off
Disarm
POINT STATUS
CONTROL KEYS:
Point Enable and
Disable
Force On or Arm
Force Off or Disarm
Return On/Off or
Arm/Disarm to Auto
Mode
Next
Lamp
Test
Auto
ADDITIONAL
FUNCTION KEYS:
Event Time Request
More Information Request
Lamp Test
3
LCD NAVIGATION
CONTROL:
Menu selection
Vertical and
Horizontal position
selection buttons
NUMERIC KEYPAD for
point category and point
selection (alphabet
characters are not used at
this time)
S4100-0031-9 4/2005
Compatible Peripheral Devices
TrueAlert Addressable Notification
The 4100U is compatible with an extensive list of 4100
Series peripheral devices including printers, CRT/keyboards,
and both conventional and addressable devices including
TrueAlarm analog sensors.
The 4100U can be equipped with a TrueAlert Power Supply
that provides three 3 A Signaling Line Circuits (SLCs) for
both controlling and powering addressable notification
appliances. With addressable appliances, Class B wiring
can be “T-tapped” for both easier wiring and reduced wire
run lengths. Extensive details concerning TrueAlert
addressable notification are found on data sheet
S4009-0003. Appliances are documented separately and
include horns, strobes, and combination units.
Addressable Device Control
Overview. The 4100U provides standard addressable
device communications for IDNet compatible devices and
accepts optional modules for communications with
MAPNET II compatible devices. Using a two wire
communications circuit, individual devices such as
manual fire alarm stations, TrueAlarm sensors,
conventional IDC zones, and sprinkler waterflow
switches can be interfaced to the addressable controller to
communicate their identity and status.
TrueAlarm System Operation
Addressable device communications include operation of
TrueAlarm smoke and temperature sensors. Smoke
sensors transmit an output value based on their smoke
chamber condition and the CPU maintains a current
value, peak value, and an average value for each sensor.
Status is determined by comparing the current sensor
value to its average value. Tracking this average value as
a continuously shifting reference point filters out
environmental factors that cause shifts in sensitivity.
Addressability allows the location and condition of the
connected device to be displayed on the operator interface
LCD and on remote system annunciators. Additionally,
control circuits (fans, dampers, etc.) may be individually
controlled and monitored with addressable devices.
Programmable sensitivity of each sensor can be field
selected at the control panel for different levels of smoke
obscuration (shown directly in percent) or for specific
heat detection levels. In order to evaluate whether the
sensitivity should be revised, the peak value is stored in
memory and can be easily read and compared to the alarm
threshold directly in percent.
Addressable Operation. Each addressable device on
the communication channel is continuously interrogated
for status condition such as: normal, off-normal, alarm,
supervisory, or trouble. Both Class A (Style 6) and
Class B (Style 4) operation are available. Sophisticated
poll and response communication techniques ensure
supervision integrity and allow for "T-tapping" of the
circuit for Class B (Style 4) operation. Devices with LEDs
pulse the LED to indicate receipt of a communications
poll and can be turned on steady from the panel.
TrueAlarm heat sensors can be selected for a fixed
temperature detection, with or without rate-of-rise
detection. Utility temperature sensing is also available,
typically to provide freeze warnings or alert to HVAC
system problems. The temperature readings can be
programmed to be read in either Fahrenheit or Celsius.
IDNet Channel Capacity. The CPU bay system power
supply (SPS) provides an IDNet signaling line circuit
(SLC) that supports up to 250 addressable monitor and
control points intermixed on the same pair of wires.
Additional IDNet circuit modules are available for 64,
127, or 250 addressable devices.
TrueSense® Early Fire Detection. Multi-sensor
4098-9754 provides photoelectric and heat sensor data
using a single 4100U IDNet address. The panel evaluates
smoke activity, heat activity, and their combination, to
provide TrueSense early detection. For more details on
this patented operation, refer to data sheet S4098-0024.
MAPNET II Channel Capacity. A total of 127
addressable monitor and control points may be intermixed
on the same pair of wires supporting a single MAPNET II
signaling line circuit (SLC).
Diagnostics and Default Device Type
Sensor Status. TrueAlarm operation allows the control
panel to automatically indicate when a sensor is almost
dirty, dirty, and excessively dirty. The NFPA 72® (National
Fire Alarm Code®) requirement for a test of the sensitivity
range of the sensors is fulfilled by the ability of TrueAlarm
operation to maintain the sensitivity level of each sensor.
Wiring Requirements for MAPNET II or IDNet
Communications. Refer to the specifications chart
below. Distances are for shielded or unshielded wire.
Shielded wire may provide protection from unexpected
sources of interference.
Wiring Specifications
Type
Modular TrueAlarm sensors use the same base and
different sensor types (smoke or heat sensor) and can be
easily interchanged to meet specific location requirements.
This allows intentional sensor substitution during building
construction when conditions are temporarily dusty.
Instead of covering smoke sensors (causing them to be
disabled), heat sensors may be installed without
reprogramming the control panel. The control panel will
indicate an incorrect sensor type, but the heat sensor will
operate at a default sensitivity to provide heat detection
for building protection at that location.
18 AWG minimum (0.82 mm2 )
Size
Preferred Shielded twisted pair (STP)
Acceptable* Unshielded twisted pair (UTP)
Farthest Distance from Control
Panel to Device
Up to 2500 feet (762 m)
Total Wire Length Allowed With
“T” Taps for Class B Wiring
Up to 10,000 ft (3 km).
* Some applications may require shielded wiring. Review system with your
local Simplex product supplier.
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System Power Supply (Continued):
x The charger is UL listed for charging up to 110 Ah
batteries mounted in an external cabinet (refer to data
sheet S2081-0012 for batteries and cabinet details)
x Performs battery monitor including low battery warning
x Provides status information to the master controller and
analog values for battery voltage, charger voltage and
current, actual system voltage and current, and
individual NAC currents
x 2 A Auxiliary Power Output is selectable for detector
reset, door holder, or coded output operation
x Auxiliary Relay is selectable as N.O. or N.C., rated 2 A
@ 32 VDC, and is programmable as a trouble relay,
either normally energized or normally de-energized, or
as an auxiliary control
x Optional City Connect Module (4100-6031, with
disconnect switches, or 4100-6032, without disconnect
switches) can be selected for conventional dual circuit
city connections
x Optional Alarm Relay Module (4100-6033) provides
three Form C relays that are used for Alarm, Trouble,
and Supervisory, rated 2 A resistive @ 32 VDC
x IDNet SLC Output provides Style 4 or Style 6
communications for up to 250 addressable devices (as
described on page 4)
x Three, 3 A On-Board NACs, conventional reverse
polarity operation, selectable as Class A or Class B,
with electronic control and overcurrent protection;
operation is selectable for synchronized strobe or
SmartSync™ horn/strobe operation over two wires
x NACs can be selected as auxiliary power outputs
derated to 2 A for continuous duty; the total of all
auxiliary power output per SPS is limited to 5 A
maximum
CPU Bay Module Details
Master Controller & Motherboard:
x The master controller mounts in Slot 4 of a two slot
motherboard (Slots 3 and 4 of the Master Controller Bay)
and provides a standard RUI communications channel,
selectable as Style 4 or Style 7, available at Slot 4
x RUI communications control up to 31 remote
annunciators/MINIPLEX® transponders per channel
including the 4603-9101 LCD Annunciator, the
4602-9101 Status Command Unit (SCU), and 4602-9102
Remote Command Unit (RCU)
x Up to four RUI channels are supported; use up to three
4100-1291 RUI expansion modules as required
x Optional Service Modem 4100-6030 mounts onto the
master controller board with its own on-board
connections
x Slot 3 of the motherboard is primarily used for the
4100-6014 Network Interface Board with media modules,
and secondarily can accommodate the 4100-6038 Dual
RS-232 Board
System Power Supply:
x Rating is 9 A total, including module currents
x Outputs are power-limited, except for the battery charger
x Provides system power, battery charging, auxiliary power,
auxiliary relay, earth detection, on-board IDNet
communications channel for 250 points, three on-board
NACs, and provisions for either an optional City Connect
Module or an optional Alarm Relay Module
x Dual rate, temperature compensated battery charger
charges up to 50 Ah sealed lead-acid batteries mounted
in the battery compartment
Master Controller Selection Information
Master Controller and Expansion Bay Selection (Canadian models have low battery cutout)
Model
Model Type/Listing
UL
Description
Supv.
Alarm
4100U Master Controller Assembly with LCD and
operator interface, 9 A system power supply/battery
charger (SPS), 250 point IDNet interface, 3 NACs,
auxiliary relay, and external RUI communications interface
373 mA
470 mA
4100U Master Controller Assembly, no display, no
operator interface, 9 A system power supply/battery
charger (SPS), 250 point IDNet interface, 3 NACs,
auxiliary relay, and external RUI communications interface
363 mA
425 mA
574 mA
793 mA
4100-9111
4100-9112
4100-9113
4100-9211
120 VAC Input
English
120 VAC, Canadian
French
220-240 VAC Input
4100-9131
4100-9132
4100-9133
4100-9230
120 VAC Input
English
120 VAC, Canadian
French
220-240 VAC Input
4100-9121
Redundant Master Controller, two bay assembly; top bay contains LCD and operator interface,
CPU card assembly, and 4100U, 9 A system power supply/battery charger (SPS); second bay
contains CPU card in Slot 2, and LCD and operator interface; 120 VAC, 60 Hz input;
NOTE: RUI connections require use of 4100-1291 RUI expansion modules
4100-2300
Expansion Bay Assembly; order for each required expansion bay (not required for 4100-9121)
ULC
UL
UL
ULC
UL
Master Controller Upgrades for Existing 4100 Series Fire Alarm Control Panels
Model
4100-7150
4100-7151
4100-7152
4100-2301
Description
4100 Panel Type
Details
Master Controller Upgrade with LCD and operator interface assembly
Upgrades existing
1000 point
4100 panel to
Master Controller Upgrade without LCD or operator interface
4100U operation
Master Controller Upgrade with LCD, operator interface, and power supply
512 point
Expansion Bay Upgrade Kit for mounting 4100U style (4” x 5” modules) in existing 4100 style panels
Master Controller Upgrades for Existing 4020 Series Fire Alarm Control Panel
Model
4100-9833
Description
4020 Master Controller Upgrade with LCD & operator interface assembly; mounts as an adjunct panel; single bay size
with locking glass door and retainer; cabinet dimensions are 24” W x 22” H x 8-3/8” D (610 mm x 559 mm x 213 mm)
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Module Selection Information
Communication Modules
Model
4100-6014
Description
Size
Supv.
Alarm
For Master Controller; mounts in Slot 3
1 Slot
28 mA
28 mA
For Redundant Master Controller
1 Slot
28 mA
28 mA
N.A.
55 mA
55 mA
N.A.
25 mA
25 mA
N.A.
75 mA
75 mA
1 Slot
85 mA
85 mA
N.A.
70 mA
70 mA
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
1 Slot
2 Slots
1 Slot
3 Slots
1 Slot
1 Slot
20 mA
20 mA
15 mA
260 mA
304 mA
132 mA
85 mA
132 mA
132 mA
36 mA
36 mA
37 mA
260 mA
304 mA
132 mA
163 mA
132 mA
132 mA
1 Slot
30 mA
40 mA
Size
Supv.
Alarm
2 Blocks
50 mA
50 mA
25 mA
25 mA
4100-6061
Modular Network Interface; each requires
two media modules (below)
4100-6056
Wired Media Module
4100-6057
Fiber Optic Media Module
Network Access Dial-in Service Modem, mounts to 4100-6014 or 4100-6061 Network
Interface Card, requires telephone line connection
4100-6055
4100-1291
4100-6030
4100-6031
4100-6032
4100-6033
4100-6036
4100-6037
4100-6038
4100-6045
4100-6048
4100-9816
4100-6052
Select two media cards as required; mounts on
4100-6014 or 4100-6061
Remote Unit Interface Module (RUI); up to three maximum per control panel
Service Port Modem, local panel access only, mounts to Master Controller Module,
requires telephone line connection, accesses same information as front panel port
City Circuit, with disconnect switches
For use with SPS
Select one per SPS
only, not RPS
City Circuit, w/o disconnect switches
(fits on SPS)
Alarm Relay, 3 Form C relays, 2 A @ 32 VDC; for SPS or RPS
Physical Bridge, Style 4, includes 1 modem module and 2 wired modules
Physical Bridge, Style 7, includes 2 modem and 2 wired modules
Dual Port RS-232 Interface, mounts in Slot 3 or Slot 2; 3 max. RS-232 type per panel
Decoder Module
VESDA Aspiration System Interface
Master Clock Interface Module with one standard RS-232 port (see S4100-0033)
DACT, Point or Event Reporting; one shipped standard unless 4100-7908 is selected;
maximum of 2 per system; includes two 2080-9047 cables, 14 ft (4.3 m) long with
RJ45 plug on one end, spade lugs on wire ends
Expansion, System, Remote, and TrueAlert Power Supplies and Accessories*
Model
Description/Listing
4100-5101
4100-5103
4100-5102
4100-5115
120 VAC
UL
Expansion Power Supply (XPS); 9 A output, 3 built-in
120 VAC, Canadian ULC
Class A/B NACs
220-240 VAC
UL
NAC Expansion Module, 3 NACs, Class A/B, mounts on XPS only
4100-5111
4100-5112
4100-5113
4100-5125
4100-5126
4100-5127
120 VAC
120 VAC, Canadian
220-240 VAC
120 VAC
120 VAC, Canadian
220-240 VAC
4100-5120
4100-5124
TrueAlert Power Supply (TPS); 3 Class B SLCs rated
3 A each for up to 63 TrueAlert addressable appliances
120 VAC, Canadian ULC per channel, 189 per TPS; built-in battery charger; 2 A
aux. power output; add device current separately,
220-240 VAC
UL
0.2 mA standby (see S4009-0003 for additional detail)
TrueAlert SLC Class A Adapter for all 3 SLCs, mounts on TPS only
4100-5152
4100-0156
4100-0636
4100-0638
12 VDC Power Option, 2 A maximum
1 Block
1.5 A maximum
8 VDC Converter, required for multiple Physical Bridge Modules, 3 A maximum
1 Block
1.5 A maximum
Box Interconnection Harness Kit (non-audio); order one for each close-nippled cabinet
4100 Slot Module Additional 24 VDC Harness; need when 4100 Slot module requirements exceed 2 A from SPS
4100-5121
4100-5122
120 VAC
UL
ULC
UL
UL
ULC
UL
N.A.
Additional System Power Supply (SPS); 9 A power
supply/charger with 250 point IDNet channel, 3 Class
A/B NACs, add IDNet device currents separately
4 Blocks
175 mA 225 mA
Remote Power Supply (RPS); 9 A power
supply/charger similar to SPS except no IDNet channel
or City Circuits, will accept one 4100-6033
4 Blocks
150 mA 185 mA
4 Blocks
88 mA
100 mA
7 mA
7 mA
UL
N.A.
Miscellaneous Accessories
Model
4100-1279
4100-2210
4100-9835
4100-6029
4100-6034
2081-9031
Description
Single blank 2” display cover, order as required (8 are required to fill a bay front)
Appliqué, Canadian French, 4100U Fire Control
Termination and Address Label Kit (for module marking); provides additional labels for field installed modules
Smoke Management Application Guide; required for UUKL listing
Door Tamper Switch with built-in addressable IDNet IAM, one per cabinet assembly if required
Series resistor for WSO, IDCs (N.O. water flow and tamper on same circuit, wires after water flow and before tamper)
470 Ÿ, 1 W, encapsulated, two 18 AWG leads (0.82 mm2 ), 2-1/2” L x 1-3/8” W x 1” H (64 mm x 35 mm x 25 mm)
Initiating Device Circuits (IDCs)
Model
4100-5005
4100-5015
Description
Eight zones, Class B
Eight zones, Class A
* Canadian models have low battery cutout. XPS and RPS NACs operate like SPS, see page 5.
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Size
Supv.
Alarm
1 Slot
1 Slot
75 mA
75 mA
195 mA
195 mA
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Module Selection Information (Continued)
Addressable Interface Modules (refer to location reference on page 8)
Model
4100-3101
4100-3104
4100-3105
Description
IDNet Module, 250 point capacity
IDNet Module, 127 point capacity
IDNet Module, 64 point capacity
IDNet Modules, Specifications for each capacity;
Module size = 1 Block
Model
4100-3102
4100-3103
Supv.
Alarm
With 250 IDNet devices, add
With 127 IDNet devices, add
With 64 IDNet devices, add
200 mA
102 mA
51 mA
250 mA
127 mA
64 mA
Module without devices
75 mA
115 mA
Loading per IDNet device
0.8 mA
1 mA
Supv.
Alarm
Module without devices
270 mA
290 mA
Fully loaded module, total
470 mA
490 mA
50 mA
50 mA
Description
MAPNET II Module, 127 point capacity, add devices
separately; Module size = 2 Slots;
Loading per MAPNET II device = 1.7 mA
Isolator Module for MAPNET II or IDNet; converts a single connected SLC into four
isolated outputs selectable as Class A or Class B; up to two Isolator Modules can be
connected to one SLC; Module size = 1 Slot;
NOTE: Compatible with MAPNET II Remote Isolators only; for quad isolation with IDNet
Remote Isolators, use 4100-3107 IDNet+ Module (refer to data sheet S4100-0046 for
details)
Relay Modules; Nonpower-limited (for mounting in expansion bay only, refer to location reference on page 8)
Model
Description
Resistive Ratings
4100-3202
4 DPDT w/feedback
10 A
4100-3204
4 DPDT w/feedback
2A
4100-3206
8 SPDT
3A
Size
Supv.
Alarm
10 A
Inductive Ratings
250 VAC
2 Slots
15 mA
175 mA
30 VDC/VAC
1/2 A
30 VDC/120 VAC
1 Block
18 mA
70 mA
30 VDC/120 VAC
1-1/2 A
30 VDC/120 VAC
1 Block
16 mA
200 mA
250 VAC
Current Calculation Notes:
1. To determine total supervisory current, add currents of modules in panel to base system value and all external loads powered
by panel power supplies.
2. To determine total alarm current, add currents of modules in panel to base system alarm current and add all panel NAC loads
and all external loads powered from panel power supplies.
General Specifications
Input
Power
System Power Supplies (SPS) 120 VAC Models
Expansion Power Supplies (XPS)
Remote Power Supplies (RPS) 220-240 VAC
TrueAlert Power Supplies (TPS) Models
Power Supply Output
Ratings, System,
Expansion, and Remote
Power Supplies
Battery Charger,
System and Remote
Power Supply
3.5 A maximum @ 102 to 132 VAC, 60 Hz
1.75 A maximum @ 204 to 264 VAC, 50/60 Hz;
separate taps for 220/230/240 VAC
Total Power Supply 9 A total @ nominal 28 VDC, including module currents
Output Rating and auxiliary power outputs
Auxiliary Power Tap 2 A maximum @ nominal 28 VDC
NACs Programmed 2 A maximum per NAC, 5 A maximum total @ nominal
for Auxiliary Power 28 VDC
Output switches to
battery backup
during mains AC
failure or brownout
conditions
Battery capacity 6.2 Ah to 50 Ah; selectable via programming for batteries below 18 Ah; the SPS is
range UL listed for up to 110 Ah battery charging for remotely located batteries
Charger
Temperature compensated, dual rate, recharges depleted batteries within 48
characteristics and
hours per UL Standard 864; to 70% capacity in 12 hours per ULC Standard S527
performance
Operating Temp. 32° to 120°F (0° to 49° C)
Environmental
Operating Humidity Up to 93% RH, non-condensing @ 90° F (32° C) maximum
Additional 4100U Data Sheet Reference
Subject
Enclosures
LED/Switch Modules
4100U Audio/Phone Modules
TFX Interface Module
TrueAlert Addressable Products
Data Sheet
Subject
S4100-0037
S4100-0032
S4100-0034
S4100-0042
S4009-0003
MINIPLEX Transponders
Network Display Unit (NDU)
Remote Annunciators
Remote Battery Charger
IDNet+ Module with Quad Isolator
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Data Sheet
S4100-0035
S4100-0036
S4100-0038
S4081-0002
S4100-0046
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Mounting and CPU Bay Module Reference (* indicates supplied modules)
Slot 3, one 2" card: either 4100-6014 Network Module
with media cards or 4100-6038 Dual RS-232
4100-6030 Service Modem mounts
only on master controller board
Master Controller Bay
Slot 1
Slot 2
Slot 3
Slot 4
Master Controller
Board
Two, 2", or one, 4" slot for
one or two modules installed
per the following:
4100-6052 DACT, Slot 1
Slot 5
Slot 6
Slot 8
4100-6031 or 4100-6032
City Circuit or 4100-6033
Alarm Relay
System Power
Supply
Slot 2
(SPS)
Slot 3
Aux Pwr
City Circuit
4100-6031
4100-6032
Aux
Relay
Btry
+
-
Door thickness
1-3/8"(35 mm)
Alarm Relay
4100-6033
4100-6037 Physical Bridge
(4" module) Slots 1 and 2
*Master controller
with motherboard
4100-5005/5115 IDC Modules,
Slot 1 or 2
Slot 3
Slot 4
Slot 5
Slot 6
Slot 7
I/O Wiring
Slot 8
I/O Wiring
4x5 Module
(Block E)
4100-6038 Dual RS-232,
Slot 2, if Network Module is
in Slot 3
2 Bay = 40"
(1016 mm)
*System power supply
4100 Option
Slot 2
4100 Option
Slot 1
4100 Option
4100-6048 VESDA Interface,
Slot 1 or 2
Knockout
screw/nail
holes (for Cabinet height:
semi-flush (2 bay shown
mounting) for reference)
NACs 1, 2 & 3
Slot 1
4100-6036 Physical Bridge,
Slot 2
Slot 7
IDNet
3 Bay = 56"
(1427 mm)
Exposed cabinet
for semi-flush
mounting
1-3/8" (35 mm)
minimum
Wall board
reference for
semi-flush
mounting,
6" stud
Expansion Power
Supply
PDI
(XPS)
4x5 Module
(Blocks G & H)
(Block F)
I/O Wiring
Typical Expansion Bay
(showing mixed module sizes)
Stud
alignment
markers,
each side
Exposed door
and cabinet for
semi-flush
mounting
2-3/4" (70 mm)
minimum
Two bay cabinet
shown without retainer
Battery Compartment
Door can be hung
hinged left or right
6" stud
4" stud
6-29/32"
(175 mm)
24" (610 mm)
Optional semi-flush trim kit
8-3/8"(213 mm)
NOTE: A system ground must be provided for Earth Detection and transient protection devices. This connection
shall be made to an approved, dedicated Earth connection per NFPA 70, Article 250, and NFPA 780.
Expansion Bay Module Loading Reference
Slot 1
Slot 2
Slot 3
Slot 4
Slot 5
Slot 6
Slot 7
Slot 8
Block A
Block C
Block E
Block G
Block B
Block D
Block F
Block H
Expansion Bay Chassis
Size Definitions: Block = 4” W x 5” H (102 mm x 127 mm) card area
Slot = 2” W x 8” H (51 mm x 203 mm) motherboard with daughter card
Description
IDNet Modules
4, 2 A Relays
NON
4, 10 A Relays
Power-limited
8, 3 A Relays
VESDA Interface
Class B IDC
Class A IDC
MAPNET II Module
MAPNET II/IDNet Isolator
Style 4 Physical Bridge
Style 7 Physical Bridge
Decoder Module
System, Remote, or TrueAlert
Power Supply
Expansion Power Supply
NAC Expansion Module
Mounting
1 Block
1 block
4”, 2 slots
1 block
2”, 1 Slot
2”, 1 Slot
2”, 1 Slot
4”, 2 Slots
2”, 1 Slot
2”, 1 Slot
4”, 2 Slots
6”, 3 Slots
Blocks E, F, G & H
ONLY
Blocks G & H ONLY
On XPS ONLY
Tyco, Simplex, the Simplex logo, MAPNET II, IDNet, TrueAlarm, SmartSync, WALKTEST, MINIPLEX, TrueAlert, TrueSense and BACpac are trademarks of Tyco International
Services AG or its affiliates in the U.S. and/or other countries. Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. VESDA is a trademark of Vision
Products Pty Ltd. NFPA 72, and National Fire Alarm Code are registered trademarks of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). BACnet is a registered trademark of
the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE).
Tyco Safety Products Westminster • Westminster, MA • 01441-0001 • USA
www.tycosafetyproducts-usa-wm.com
S4100-0031-9 4/2005
© 2005 Tyco Safety Products Westminster. All rights reserved. All specifications and other information shown were current as of document revision date and are subject to change without notice.
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