Data Sheet FX85005-0126 -- FireworX Conventional Fire Alarm

Data Sheet FX85005-0126 -- FireworX Conventional Fire Alarm
GE
Security
FireworX Fire & Life Safety
Control Panels and Annunciators
Overview
Standard Features
The FireworX fire alarm family consists of 3, 5 and 10 zone conventional fire alarm control panels (FACP), an integrated upload/download DACT (dialer), intelligent/analog type detector features, serial
annunciator modules, and serial remote relay modules. All FACP’s
and components are UL 864 Listed to the 9th edition standard.
• Available in 3, 5, and 10 zone (IDC) models
FireShield Plus incorporates features designed to simplify installation,
operation and maintenance. These include front panel programming, one person walk testing, and selectable IDC and NAC types. In
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addition, when used with GE CleanMe® -compatible smoke detectors, FireShield Plus provides analog type features such as remote
maintenance alert and automatic drift compensation that reduces
false alarms and simplifies maintenance calls.
FireworX panels are powerful enough to meet the demands of
today’s installations while leaving plenty of room to grow in the
future. They support Class A operation by combining pairs of onboard IDCs or NACs to provide the necessary Class A circuits. For
example, the FX-10RD comes factory set to support 10 Class B IDCs
and 4 NACs. But it can be field-configured to provide 5 Class A IDC’s
(no Class B IDC’s), and 2 Class A NAC’s – or any other combination of
circuits that fall within the circuit-pairing parameters.
Class B IDCs
Class A IDCs
Class B NACs
Class A NACs
NAC Power
Auxiliary power
FX-10R*
Up to 10
Up to 5
Up to 4
Up to 2
7.0 amps
0.5 amps
FX-5R*
Up to 5
Up to 2
Up to 2
1
3.5 amps
0.5 amps
FX-3R*
3
Not supported
2
Not supported
3.5 amps
0.5amps
Notes:Class A operation will reduce the number of available Class B IDCs and/or NACs,
depending on the panel configuration. See Specifications on page 5 for details.
* add D for versions with upload/download dual line DACT.
FireworX
• Analog type features with select GE conventional smoke detectors
• CleanMe® provides remote annunciation if a detector drifts out
of UL/ULC limits, reducing the chance of a false alarm
• Automatic drift compensation in select GE conventional smoke
detectors extends dust life
• 7.0 amps standard on 10 zone model reduces power booster costs
• UL 864 Listed to latest 9th Edition standard.
• Models with fully integrated upload/download DACT enables PC
programming and recurring revenue.
• Zone or NAC pairs convertible to single Class A circuits (10 and 5
IDC panels only)
• Combination Waterflow and Supervisory IDCs
• NACs programmable by zone and individually selectable for GE
notification appliances, continuous, temporal outputs, or coded
• Front panel programmable simplifies installation and servicing
• Precision synchronization with GE notification appliances and
optional audible silence over two wires
• On-board relays for Alarm, Supervisory and Trouble
• Optional serial bus relay modules are programmable for common or zone activation
• Optional serial bus remote annunciator family
• One person walk-test (audible or silent)
• Optional City Tie and Reverse Polarity Modules
• Trim ring available for semi-flush mounting
• Supports a wide variety of conventional detectors, refer to the compatibility list for more details
• FireworX is also available in intelligent addressable models.
Conventional 24VDC Fire Alarm
Control Panels & Systems
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Application
Panel LED Display
FireworX provides smoke and fire detection, occupant notification
and off-premises signaling for small- to medium-sized buildings.
The following system LEDs display the panel’s status:
Each IDC can be configured for either Class B or Class A operation
and one of eight operating modes:
• Alarm –with or without smoke detector verification including
discrimination of contact devices
• Waterflow Alarm;
• Waterflow Alarm/Supervisory (Combination IDC);
• Alarm – panel is in the alarm state;
• Trouble – panel is in the trouble state;
• Supervisory – panel is in the supervisory state;
• Power – indicates the status of the AC power source;
• Disable – indicates when any IDC, NAC, relay or the DACT is
disabled;
• Supervisory (Latching/non-latching);
• Annunciator Trouble – indicates trouble on the remote annunciator bus;
• Monitor (non alarm or supervisory)
• Battery Trouble – indicates battery or charging problems;
• Signal Silence
• Ground Fault – indicates a short between any panel circuit and
ground;
• Drill
• Cross zoning
NACs may also be configured for either Class B or Class A operation.
Additionally, NACs can be individually configured for one of six outputs. These are Genesis, Genesis (A/V silenceable), Continuous, Temporal, Coded, and City Tie. The Genesis selection allows independent
horn control over two wires and provides precision synchronization
for GE’s family of notification appliances, all without the need for a
signal master accessory.
When configured for GE notification appliances, FireworX’s Alarm
Silence function will silence connected GE audible appliances but GE
strobes will remain active until the panel is reset. When Genesis Mode
is selected, both the horns and strobes on compatible notification
appliances will be synchronized across all NACs.
Note: zones may be selected for either latching
or non-latching operation.
• Walk Test – indicates that one or more IDCs are in the walk test
mode;
• Alarms Silenced – indicates that the panel is in the alarm state
with one or more NACs silenced.
• Waterflow – indicates that one or more circuits have detected
an active waterflow switch.
• Service Detector – indicates the presence of a dirty detector.
• Remote Disconnect – indicates off site communication has
been disabled.
Each IDC has a disable switch and three LEDs:
• Alarm – red – indicates that the IDC is in the alarm state;
• Trouble – yellow – indicates that the IDC is in the trouble state
or is disabled (when flashing);
• Supervisory/Monitor – yellow – indicates that the IDC is in the
supervisory state or the monitor state (when flashing).
Each NAC also has a disable switch and a trouble/disable LED.
Detectors with intelligent features
at a conventional price
When combined with GE
CleanMe® -compatible smoke
detectors, FireShield Plus provides intelligent features at a
conventional price. If a CleanMe®
detector drifts out of the UL/ULC Replaceable
optical
sensitivity range, GE’s patented
chamber!
remote maintenance reporting
sends an alert to the FireShield
Plus control panel. This feature
reduces the chance of a false
alarm and simplifies service calls.
In addition, CleanMe® -compatible smoke detectors have built-in
drift compensation that extends the time between cleanings. If
cleaning is ever necessary, it is literally a snap with GE’s exclusive
replaceable optical chamber.
Status indication with the DACT/Dialer installed
The upload/download dialer’s LCD display provides two lines x 16
characters of text. For programming, the top line displays the
programming step and the lower line displays the selected option.
All system events are displayed on the LCD with custom zone messages. During normal operation, the LCD will display any off-normal
condition present in the panel.
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Power
Connections
Options
L
N
Cabinet
From 120 Vac, 15 A, 60 Hz
Dedicated branch circuit
–OR–
From 230 Vac, 15 A, 50/60 Hz
Dedicated branch circuit
Main AC
wiring block
and fuse
holder
Fuse
Dual transformer
AC wiring block
N2
Tie wrap
mounts
The DACT brings additional features to the panel including a 32character alphanumeric LCD display, local or remote PC programming and an event history log.
L2
N
L
Main
transformer
Off-premise communication
A fully integrated FireworX upload/download dialer is available for
reporting events to a monitoring facility. The DACT also supports uploading or downloading of system configuration, status and event
history. The DACT is programmable for either single or dual line
operation. It also supports split and dual reporting for two digital
alarm receivers.
Main
controller
board
TB1
Remote Annunciators and Relays
The serial bus standard on all FireworX models is another installation
time-saver. This circuit allows the connection of Remote System Indicators (FSRSI), Remote Zone Indicators (FSRZI-A, FSRZI-SA) and Remote
Relay Modules (FSRRM24) over a four-wire (data and power) circuit.
Annunciator and relay modules can be installed up to 1,000 feet from
the panel on 18-gauge wire.
Modules are also available for City Tie (CTM) and Reverse Polarity
(RPM) connections.
XTR
(optional
transformer)
Mounting
studs
J4
Plug connector
Upload/Download DACT/Dialer
The DACT/Dialer installs behind
the front panel display.
RJ31 jacks
To wall
phone jack
Line 1
Line 2
Phone cables
(supplied)
RJ31 jacks
J2
Note: All panel versions are
available with factory installed DACT. See order table
for ordering information.
The built-in DACT/Dialer is a multifunction module that provides communications, modem capability, and LCD
display functions. Its primary function
is as a Digital Alarm Communicator
Transmitter (DACT). As a DACT, it transmits event messages to a Digital Alarm
Communicator Receiver (DACR) at a
monitoring facility. The monitoring facility then notifies the fire department and
other responsible parties of the event.
Programmable options include split or
dual reporting to two DACRs.
The DACT module can also be used as
a modem to connect the panel to both
local and remote computers for uploading and downloading of configuration
data (programming), panel status and
event history. For security, the modem
can be configured to accept programming on incoming calls or it can be
required to call a preprogrammed
number before accepting downloads
and sending uploads.
The DACT module can be configured to
work as all of the above, or as only an
LCD display or LCD display and modem.
Remote Relay Module
The Remote Relay Module (FSRRM24)
is one feature of the system that sets
FireworX apart from other panels in
its class. This module has five Form C
relays rated at 1 amp each. It can be
configured to function in either a zone
relay mode or a common system mode.
The Remote Relay Module
mounts on a plastic track inside
an MFC-A cabinet.
RRM
Snap track
{
Up to 4 RRM24s
can be mounted
in an FSRRM-S11
snap track. Up to
two FSRRM-S11s
can be mounted in
an MFC-A.
When configured in the zone relay
mode, relays energize when the associated IDC is active. The module can
be configured for activation by IDCs 1
through 5 or IDCs 6 through 10. One
relay is automatically associated with
each IDC.
When configured in the common system mode, relays energize or de-energize when the panel changes state. One
relay is available for each
To next device
of the following functions:
Communication out Communication out +
Alarm, Supervisory, Trouble,
Power Loss, Monitor.
From control panel
or previous device
{
Communication in +
Communication in -
Power in Power in +
OUT 1
24V IN C IN C OUT OUT 3
+ - - + - + NO C NC NO C NC
24V OUT
+
-
X
OUT 2
OUT 5
OUT 4
NO C NC NO C NC NO C NC
Power out Power out +
{
To next device
The FSRRM24 mounts on a
plastic snap track and can be
installed in an MFC-A or other
listed fire alarm enclosure.
The panel will support two
RRMs of each configuration
for a total of six on the 10zone panel.
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Remote Annunciators
Compatible electrical box
The FireworX family has several remote annunciation options. The serial remote annunciator bus can be run up to 1000 feet (305 m) on untwisted nonshielded 18-gauge cable. Several annunciator models round out the family
to provide a range of features and functions. As many as three annunciator
modules may be mounted in a standard electrical box, sharing an attractive
trim plate that blends with any decor.
I
RZ
FS r
o I
S
R
FS
The FSRSI can be installed alone or with one or more FSRZI-As. The FSRSI
and FSRZI-A require trim plates (ordered separately). These are available
in one, two or three gang models. Each panel will support two FSRSIs.
Remote System Indicator (FSRSI)
The FSRSI is ideal for common system annunciation.
It includes five LEDs and
a local silence/lamp test
switch. The LEDs indicate
power status, alarm, supervisory, trouble and ground
From control panel
or previous device
fault. The silence switch
Communication in will silence the onboard
Communication in +
trouble buzzer if active. The
Power in +
Power in switch can also be used
to initiate a lamp test of
24V IN C IN
the LEDs on all connected
- + + C OUT
FSRSIs and FSRZI-As.
- + + TB2
LINE
IN
-24V +24V C+
-24V +24V C+
C- TB1
C-
J5 #1 IN
#2 OUT
J4
GROUP J2
#1 IN
#2 OUT
IN
ZONE 1-5
J3
LINE
OUT
ZONE 6-10
J2
OUT
ZONE 11-15
{
{
TB2
TB1
Communication in Communication in +
Power in +
Power in -
Power out Communication out Communication out +
-24V +24V C+
C-
J5 #1 IN
#2 OUT
J4
IN
ZONE 1-5
J3
ZONE 6-10
J2
OUT
ZONE 11-15
{
TB2
TB1
Communication in Communication in +
Power in +
Power in -
From control panel
or previous device
From control panel
or previous device
24V IN
- +
24V IN C IN
- + + 24V OUT C OUT
- + + -
24V OUT
Power out +
Remote Zone Indicator (FSRZI-A)
The FSRZI-A is used to
indicate zones in the alarm
state. It contains five red
LEDs. Depending on the
jumper setting selected,
the LEDs will indicate either
IDCs 1 through 5 or IDCs 6
through 10. The panel can
support two modules programmed for each selection.
{
Remote Zone Indicator (FSRZI-SA)
The FSRZI-SA is used to
indicate zones in the alarm or
supervisory state. It contains
five red and yellow LEDs.
Depending on the jumper
setting selected, the LEDs will
indicate either IDCs 1 through
5 or IDCs 6 through 10. The
panel supports two modules programmed for each
selection, and can be jumper
selected to provide Alarm or
C IN
+ Supervisory indications
C OUT
24V OUT
-
Power out +
Power out Communication out Communication out +
+
+
-
{
Power out +
Power out Communication out Communication out +
To next device
{
To next device
To next device
FSUIM Graphic Driver/Interface
FSRA10, FSRA10C
Remote LED annunciators
The FSRA10 is a remote annunciator with
capacity for up to ten zones. It includes ten
bi-color LEDs (red/yellow) for indicating active zones, and ten yellow LEDs for indicating
zone troubles. The (C) option adds common
control switches. Both versions mount to
standard North American two-gang or 4inch square electrical boxes. A surface box
is also available.
The FSUIM is a universal interface module that can be used by FireworX to drive graphic annunciators. It also allows FireworX control
panels to control, or be controlled by, other control panels. The
FSUIM provides five supervised switch inputs and nine dry contact
relay outputs. Nine LEDs provide visual confirmation when each
relay is energized. The FSUIM is shipped with a plastic snap track for
mounting in an MFC-A cabinet or other listed fire alarm enclosure.
From
control panel +
or 24VDC power
supply
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
Note:
[5]
AlarmTrblSupMonitorPowerResetSig SilPanel SilGnd Flt
FSRA10, FSRA10C Wiring
From
control panel
or 24VDC supply
From
control panel
[7][7]
24V
24V
24V
24V
N.U.
C
C
N.U.
+–
C+C–Reset
Signal
Silence
Panel
Silence
TBLNot used
Lamp
Test
To next
remote module
C
C
From
control panel +
or 24VDC power
supply
From
control panel
N.U.
4.7 k EOLR
+
C+
C
C+
C
ON: Group 1
OFF: Group 2
To next
remote module
4.7 k EOLR
Dry contact outputs to secondary control panel
(Used when controlling other control panels)
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AlarmTrblSupMonitorPowerResetSig SilPanel SilGnd Flt
[7][7]
Remote Annunciator Specifications
Remote Annunciators
Maximum per System
Current Requirements
Voltage Range
Maximum Circuit Capacitance
Maximum Circuit Resistance
Wire Size
Mounting
Operating Environment
Remote Relay Module – FSRRM24
Maximum per system
Current Requirements
Voltage Range
Contact Rating
Maximum Circuit Capacitance
Maximum Circuit Resistance
Wire Size
Mounting
Operating Environment
Dimensions
F-Series Remote Annunciators
Common Controls
Dimensions
Mounting
Power Wiring
Data Wiring
FSRSI Remote System Indicator
FSRZI-A/FSRZI-SA Remote Zone Indicator
All panels: 2
10 zone panel: 4
3 or 5 zone panel: 2
Standby: 17 mA Alarm: 56 mA
Standby: 8 mA Alarm 76 mA
Minimum: 18.8 Vdc; Maximum: 27.3 Vdc
0.03 µF
13 Ohms
18 - 12 AWG (0.75 mm² - 2.5 mm²)
ANSI/NEMA OS1-1996 1-3 gang electrical box
Temperature: 32 - 120° F (0 - 49° C); Humidity: 93% RH, non-condensing
Configured for Zone Mode
Configured for Common Mode
10 zone panel: 4; 3 or 5 zone panel: 2
All panels: 2
Standby: 10 mA; Alarm: 70 mA
Standby: 26 mA; Alarm: 70 mA
Minimum: 18.8 Vdc; Maximum: 27.3 Vdc
1 A @ 30 Vdc
0.03 µF
13 Ohms
18 - 12 AWG (0.75 mm² - 2.5 mm²)
Single FSRRM24 mounts in plastic track (included) or up to four FSRRM24s in an FSRRM-S11 11” track
ordered separately. FSRRM24s should be installed in an MFC-A or other listed fire alarm enclosure.
Temperature: 32 - 120° F (0 - 49° C); Humidity: 93% RH, non-condensing
2-3/4” W x 3-3/8” H x 1-1/2” D (65.9 mm W x 85.7 mm H x 38.1 mm D)
Standby current
Alarm current
Operating environment
FSRA10
FSRA10C
No
Yes
5-5/8" x 8½" x 1 ½" in (14.3 cm x 21.4 cm x 3.8 cm)
North American 4-inch square electrical box or listed enclosure
18 to 12 AWG (0.75 to 2.50 sq mm)
18 to 12 AWG (0.75 to 2.50 sq mm) twisted pair (6 twists per foot minimum)
18.8 to 27.3 Vdc
Supply must be UL/ULC listed for fire protective signaling systems.
Do not use FACP accessory power outputs that are interrupted when the panel is reset.
17 mA
98 mA
Temperature: 32 to 120 °F (0 to 49 °C); Humidity: 0 to 93% RH, noncondensing at 90 °F (32 °C)
FSUIM Universal Input Module
Mounting
Wire size
Operating voltage
Circuit capacitance
Circuit resistance
Switch inputs
Relay outputs
Contact rating
Standby Curent
Alarm Current
Operating environment
MFC-A cabinet or listed fire alarm enclosure
12 to 18 AWG (0.75 to 2.5 sq mm)
21.2 to 27.3 Vdc
0.03 μF, max.
13 ohms, max.
Quantity: 5 End-of-line resistor: 4.7 k ohms ½ W
Quantity: 9 Type: Common Style: Form C
30 Vdc at 1 A (resistive load)
53 mA
114 mA
Temperature: 0 to 49 °C (32 to 120 °F); Humidity: 0 to 93% RH, noncondensing at 32 °C (90 °F)
Operating voltage
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Control Panel Specifications
Control Panels
Initiating Device Circuits – IDCs
(Available combinations shown at right)
Notification Appliance Circuits – NACs
(Available combinations shown at right)
Power Supply
NAC Voltage Rating
Class B
Class A
Class B
Class A
Maximum NAC current
AC Input
120 Vac 60 Hz...
230 Vac 50/60Hz...
Base Panel Current Draw
Standby...
Alarm...
Panel Battery Charge Capacity (sealed lead acid only)
Auxiliary Current
Auxiliary Output
IDC Alarm Current
IDC Circuit
IDC Operating Voltage
UL Detector ID
Alarm Contact (normally open Form C)
Trouble Contact (Form C)
Supervisory Contact (normally open Form C)
Operating Environment
Terminals (wire gauge)
Asynchronous Serial Communications
FX-10RD
10
8
6
4
2
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
4
2
2
0
0
1
1
2
4.25 amps expandable to 7.5 amps
FX-5RD
FX-3RD
3
1
Three Class B IDCs
1
2
0
Two Class B NACs
1
4.25 amps total
4.25 amps total
24 Vfwr
2.0 amps each
2.0 amps each
2.0 amps each, 7.0 amps total
3.5 amps total
3.5 amps total
2.2 amps
1.25 amps
1.2 amps
1.1 amps
0.6 amps
0.6 amps
128 mA
104 mA
96 mA
242 mA
224 mA
180 mA
Up to two 24 Ah batteries, 18 Ah in cabinet
Up to 24 Ah, 10 Ah max in cabinet *
0.5 amps max. May be programmed as resettable.
24 Vdc regulated
3.0 mA (Consult detector compatibility list p/n 3100468 for maximum detectors per circuit)
Maximum loop resistance: 26 Ohms; Maximum loop capacitance: 0.03 µF
16.9 to 29 Vdc
100
30 Vdc @ 1 A (resistive load)
30 Vdc @ 1 A (resistive load)
30 Vdc @ 1 A (resistive load)
Temperature: 32 - 120° F (0 - 49° C); Humidity: 5 - 93% RH, non-condensing
18 - 12 AWG (0.75 mm² - 2.5 mm²)
Maximum resistance: 13 Ohms; Maximum capacitance: 0.03 µF
5
0
2
0
* If larger batteries are required, use an external battery cabinet.
DACT – F-DACT (mounts in panel)
Receivers
Communications Protocol
Programming
Telephone line connection
Telephone lines
Telephone wall connector
Communications Compliance
Operating Environment
Current requirements
Supports two receivers with two phone numbers each
Contact ID (SIA DC-05), 4/2 (SIA DC-02 P3)
Front panel controls or PC with appropriate software
Two RJ31X (plug-to-plug) cords supplied with DACT
Two or one loop start lines on the public switched telephone network. Pulse or DTMF.
RJ31X/CA31X equiv. or RJ38X/CA38X equiv.
Industry Canada CS-03; FCC/CFR 47 Parts 15 & 68; NFPA 72; UL 864; ULC S527
Temperature: 32-120° F (0-49° C); Humidity: 93% RH, non-condensing
Standby: 65 mA; Alarm: 107 mA
Dimensions
D1*
D2
D3
Three- &
five- zone
19.5 in
(49.5 cm)
3.75 in
(9.5 cm)
9.13 in
(23.2 cm)
Ten-zone
30 in
(76.2 cm)
3.75 in
(9.5 cm)
7.75 in
(19.7 cm)
D4
10.5 in
(26.67
cm)
21.27 in
(54.0 cm)
D5*
14.23 in
(36.14
cm)
16.25 in
(41.27 cm)
D2
*Add 1½ inches (3.81 cm) to D1 and D5 dimensions for trim kit.
D1
Semi-flush mounting holes
Model
D3
Surface mounting holes
D4
D5
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Ordering Information
Part Number
Description
Ship Wt. lb. (kg.)
Control Panels
FX-10R*
FX-5R*
FX-3R*
F-TRIM35R
F-TRIM10R
Conventional Fire Alarm Control Panel – 10 Class B IDCs and 4 Class B NACs, 7.5A NAC power, (Pairs of IDCs and NACs
convertible to single Class A circuits), 120 Vac
Conventional Fire Alarm Control Panel – 5 Class B IDCs and 2 Class B NACs, 3.5A NAC power, (Pairs of IDCs and NACs
convertible to single Class A circuits), 120 Vac
Conventional Fire Alarm Control Panel – 3 Class B IDCs and 2 Class B NACs, 120 Vac, 3.5A NAC power
Semi-flush trim ring for FX-3RD and FX-5RD
Semi-flush trim ring for FX-10RD
30.5 (13.8)
24.4 (11.1)
24.4 (11.1)
1.7 (0.8)
2.2 (1.0)
* Add “D” for DACT/Modem with upload/download capability, includes LCD.
Related Items
EOL3.6-1.1
EOL-P1
Required UL listed End of Line Resistors – One 3.6K Ohm and one 1.1K Ohm.
One required for each IDC configured as combination waterflow and supervisory.
Required ULC listed End of Line Resistor Plate - includes one 1.1K, 3.6K and 4.7K Ohm resistor
Off Premises Communications
F-DACT
Upload/dowload digital Communicator/modem/LCD module (Mounts in control panel)
CTM
City Tie Module (Requires 4” square or 2-gang North American electrical box)
RPM
Reverse Polarity Module (Requires MFC-A or other listed fire alarm enclosure)
Remote Relay Module
Remote Relay Module – Five Form C relays. Configurable for IDCs 1-5, or 6-10, or common system indications. Requires
FSRRM24
MFC-A or other listed fire alarm enclosure.
FSRRM-S11
11” Mounting track. Holds up to 4 FSRRM24s.
Multi-function Cabinet (fire alarm accessory enclosure)
1.0 (0.5)
1.0 (0.5)
1.0 (0.5)
3.0 (1.4)
Remote Annunciation
Remote System Indicator – Includes LEDs for display of Power, Alarm, Supervisory, Trouble and Ground Fault, trouble
FSRSI
sounder and silence/lamp test switch. Single gang trim plate included, multi-gang plates ordered separately. Mounts
in a single or multi-gang North American electrical box.
Remote Zone Indicator – Includes red LEDs for five IDCs. Single gang trim plate included, multi-gang plates ordered
FSRZI-A
separately. Mounts in single or multi-gang North American electrical box.
Remote Zone Indicator – Includes LEDs for five IDCs. Single gang trim plate included, multi-gang plates ordered
FSRZI-SA
separately. Mounts in single or multi-gang North American electrical box. Jumper selected Alarm (red) or Supervisory
(amber) indications.
FSAT1
Annunciator Trim Plate, 1 gang
FSAT2
Annunciator Trim Plate, 2 gang
FSAT3
Annunciator Trim Plate, 3 gang
FSAT4
Annunciator Trim Plate, 4 gang
FSRA10
Single Unit 10 zone remote annunciator for FX-10
FSRA10C
Single Unit 10 zone remote annunciator for FX-10 (with common controls)
FSUIM
Common Function Graphic Driver/Interface - 9 relays and 5 switch inputs for common system indicators and controls
Accessories
MFC-A
0.1 (0.5)
0.3 (0.1)
0.3 (0.1)
0.3 (0.1)
0.1 (0.05)
0.1 (0.05)
0.1 (0.05)
0.1 (0.05)
0.4 (0.2)
0.4 (0.2)
7.0 (3.2)
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Security
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