Addressable - Multi-Line
Multi-Application Peripherals
UL, ULC Listed; FM, CSFM,
and MEA (NYC) Approved*
MAPNET II® or IDNet™ Communicating Devices
Addressable Manual Stations
Features
Individually addressable manual fire alarm
stations with:
x Power and data supplied via MAPNET II or IDNet
addressable communications using a single wire
pair**
x Operation that complies with ADA requirements
x Pull lever that protrudes when alarmed
x Break-rod supplied (use is optional)
x Models are available with single or double action
(breakglass or push) operation
x UL listed to Standard 38
Compatible with the following Simplex® control
panels:
x Model Series 4010/4100/4100U/4120/4020 fire alarm
control panels equipped with either IDNet or
MAPNET II communications
x Model Series 2120 communicating device
transponders (CDTs) equipped with MAPNET II
communications
Compact construction:
x Electronics module enclosure minimizes dust
infiltration
x Allows mounting in standard electrical boxes
x Screw terminals for wiring connections
Tamper resistant reset key lock (keyed same as
Simplex fire alarm cabinets)
Multiple mounting options:
x Surface or semi-flush with standard boxes or
matching Simplex boxes
x Flush mount adapter kit
x Adapters are available for retrofitting to commonly
available existing boxes
Description
4099-9001 Addressable Manual Station
(front and side view)
FIRE
BREAK
FIRE
ALARM
GLASS
ALARM
PUSH
KEY
OPERATED
ONLY
4099-9002
Breakglass
4099-9003
Push
With 2099-9828
Institutional
Cover kit
Operation
Activation of the Simplex 4099-9001 single manual
station requires a firm downward pull to activate the
alarm switch. Completing the action breaks an internal
plastic break-rod (visible below the pull lever, use is
optional). The use of a break-rod can be a deterrent to
vandalism without interfering with the minimum pull
requirements needed for easy activation. The pull lever
latches into the alarm position and remains extended out
of the housing to provide a visible indication.
Double Action Stations (Breakglass) require the
operator to strike the front mounted hammer to break the
glass and expose the recessed pull lever. The pull lever
then operates as a single action station.
The Simplex model 4099-9001 addressable station
combines the familiar Simplex manual station housing
with a compact communication module that is easily
installed to satisfy demanding applications. Its integral
individual addressable module (IAM) constantly monitors
status and communicates changes to the connected control
panel via MAPNET II or IDNet communications wiring.
Double Action Stations (Push Type) require that a
spring loaded interference plate (marked PUSH) be
pushed back to access the pull lever of the single action
station.
* This product has been approved by the California State Fire Marshal (CSFM) pursuant to
Station testing is performed by physical activation of
the pull lever. Electrical testing can be also performed by
unlocking the station housing to activate the alarm switch.
Section 13144.1 of the California Health and Safety Code. See CSFM Listing
7150-0026:224 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.
Station reset requires the use of a key to reset the
manual station lever and deactivate the alarm switch. (If
the break-rod is used, it must be replaced.)
** MAPNET II and IDNet addressable communications designs are protected by U.S.
Patent No. 4,796,025.
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Addressable Manual Station Product Selection
Addressable Manual Stations
Model
4099-9001
4099-9002
4099-9003
Description
Single action
Double action, Breakglass operation
Double action, Push operation
Addressable manual station, red housing with white
letters and white pull lever
Accessories
Model
2975-9178
2975-9022
2099-9813
2099-9814
2099-9819
2099-9820
2099-9803
2099-9804
2099-9828
Description
Reference
Surface mount steel box, red
Cast aluminum surface mount box, red
Semi-flush trim plate for double gang switch box, red
Surface trim plate for Wiremold box V5744-2, red
Flush mount adapter kit, black
Flush mount adapter kit, beige
Replacement breakglass
Replacement break-rod
Institutional cover kit for field installation on 4099-9001
Refer to page 3 for dimensions
Typically for retrofit, refer to page 4
Refer to page 4 for details
Specifications
MAPNET II or IDNet, 1 address per station, up to 2500 ft (762 m) from fire alarm control
panel, up to 10,000 ft (3048 m) total wiring distance (including T-Taps)
Dipswitch, 8 position
Screw terminal for in/out wiring, for 18 to 14 AWG wire
32° to 120° F (0° to 49° C) intended for indoor operation
Up to 93% RH at 100° F (38° F)
Red with white raised lettering
®
Housing and pull lever are Lexan polycarbonate or equal
White with red raised lettering
5” H x 3-3/4” W x 1” D (127 mm x 95 mm x 25 mm)
Power and Communications
Address Means
Wire Connections
UL Listed Temperature Range
Humidity Range
Housing Color
Material
Pull Lever Color
Housing Dimensions
Addressable Manual Station Semi-Flush Mounting
Single Gang Box Mount
Single gang box, 2-1/2" deep
(64 mm), RACO #500 or equal
(supplied by others)
4" Square Box Mount
4" (102 mm) square box, 2-1/8" (54 mm) minimum
depth, RACO #231 or equal (supplied by others)
Mount flush or with
1/16" (2 mm)
maximum extension
DO NOT RECESS
FIRE
Station
side view
ALARM
PULL DOWN
4" Square box
with cover plate
Single gang cover plate, 3/4"
(19 mm) extension, RACO #773
or equal (supplied by others)
Single gang
box outline
Wall surface
Semi-Flush Mount Side View
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Addressable Manual Stations Surface Mounting
Preferred Mounting. For
surface mounting of these
addressable manual stations, the
preferred electrical boxes are
shown in the illustration to the
right.
Additional Mounting
Reference. Refer to page 4 for
Wiremold box mounting
compatibility.
2975-9178 Box
2975-9022 Cast Box
5-3/16" H x 4" W x 2-3/16" D
(132 mm x 102 mm x 56 mm)
(ordered separately)
5" H x 3-7/8" W x 2-3/16" D
(127 mm x 98 mm x 56 mm)
(ordered separately)
Knockouts located
top and bottom
FIR
FIRE
E
ALARM
PULL DOWN
Access for 3/4" threaded
conduit located top and bottom
5"
(127 mm)
1" (25.4 mm)
3-3/4" (95 mm)
4099 Series Addressable Manual Station
Surface Mount Side View with Internal Detail
1-1/4"
(32 mm)
Field wiring
(shown for reference)
Application Reference
Simplex 2975-9178 box
(shown for reference)
Address setting under
resealable label (accessible
with cover open)
2-5/8"
(67 mm)
Station cover
hinges open for
installation access
Switch wiring
(prewired)
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Refer to NFPA 72, the National Fire
Alarm Code, and all applicable local
codes for complete requirements for
manual stations. The following
summarizes the basic requirements.
1. Stations shall be located in the
normal path of exit and distributed
in the protected area such that they
are unobstructed and readily
accessible.
2. Mounting shall be with the
operable part not less than 3-1/2 ft
(1.1 m) and not more than 4-1/2 ft
(1.37 m) above floor level.
3. At least one station shall be
provided on each floor. Additional
stations shall be provided to obtain
a travel distance not more than
200 ft (61 m) to the nearest station
from any point in the building.
4. When manual station coverage
appears limited in any way,
additional stations should be
installed.
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Addressable Manual Station, Additional Mounting Information
For retrofit and new
installations, additional
compatible mounting boxes
and the required adapter plates
are shown in the illustration to
the right.
Wiremold
receptacle box
model V5744-2
(supplied by
others)
2099-9814 Surface trim
for Wiremold box
5-1/8" H x 5" W
(130 mm x 127 mm)
Two gang switch box, each
3" H x 2" W x 2-3/4" D
(76 mm x 51 mm x 70 mm)
(supplied by others)
4099-9001 IDNet
addressable station
2099-9813 Semi-flush trim for 2 gang
switch box, 6" H x 4-1/2" W
(152 mm x 114 mm)
Addressable Manual Station, Flush Mounting Information
Flush mount adapter kit
2099-9819, Black
2099-9820, Beige
Box must be recessed into wall
1" to 1-1/8" (25.4 mm to 29 mm)
8"
(203 mm)
Hole cutout must be a
minimum of 6" H by 5" W
(152 mm by 127 mm)
6"
(152
mm)
4-3/4" (121 mm)
Wall
surface
4-11/16" (119 mm)
square box, 2-1/8"
(54 mm) minimum
depth (by others)
6-3/4" (171 mm)
Front View
Side View
Tyco, Simplex, the Simplex logo, MAPNET II, and IDNet 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). Lexan is a trademark of the General Electric Co. Wiremold is a
trademark of the Wiremold Company.
Tyco Safety Products Westminster • Westminster, MA • 01441-0001 • USA
www.tycosafetyproducts-usa-wm.com
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© 2003 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 Analog Sensing
UL, ULC Listed; FM, CSFM,
and MEA (NYC) Approved*
TrueAlarm Analog Sensors – Photoelectric,
Ionization, and Heat; Compatible Bases and Accessories
Features
TrueAlarm® analog sensing provides digital
transmission of analog sensor values via
MAPNET II® or IDNet™, two-wire communications**
Fire alarm control panel provides:
x Individual sensitivity selection for each sensor
x Sensitivity monitoring that satisfies NFPA 72®
sensitivity testing requirements
x Peak value logging allowing accurate analysis for
sensitivity selection
x Automatic, once per minute individual sensor
calibration check that verifies sensor integrity
x Automatic environmental compensation
x Display of sensitivity directly in percent per foot
x Multi-stage alarm operation
x Ability to display and print detailed sensor
information in plain English language
Photoelectric smoke sensors:
x Seven levels of sensitivity from 0.2% to 3.7%
Heat sensors:
x Fixed temperature sensing
x Rate-of-rise temperature sensing
x Utility temperature sensing
Ionization smoke sensors:
x Three levels of sensitivity; 0.5%, 0.9% and 1.3%
For use with Simplex®:
x 4010, 4020, 4100, 4100U, and 4120 Series control
panels
x Universal Transponders and 2120 TrueAlarm CDTs
equipped for MAPNET II operation
Magnetic test feature
Functional and architecturally styled chamber
enclosure:
x Louvered design enhances smoke capture by directing
flow to chamber
x Entrance areas are minimally visible when ceiling
mounted
Optional accessories include remote LED alarm
indicator and output relays
UL listed to Standard 268
* Refer to page 4 for ULC listing status. These products have been approved by the
California State Fire Marshal (CSFM) pursuant to Section 13144.1 of the California
Health and Safety Code. See CSFM Listings 7272-0026:218, 7271-0026:231, 72700026:216, and 7300-0026:217 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.
4098-9714 TrueAlarm Photoelectric
Sensor Mounted in Base
Description
Digital Communication of Analog Sensing.
TrueAlarm analog sensors provide an analog
measurement that is digitally communicated to the host
control panel using Simplex addressable communications.
At the control panel, the data is analyzed and an average
value is determined and stored. An alarm or other
abnormal condition is determined by comparing the
sensor’s present value against its average value and time.
Intelligent Data Evaluation. Monitoring each sensor’s
average value provides a continuously shifting reference
point. This software filtering process compensates for
environmental factors (dust, dirt, etc.) and component
aging, providing an accurate reference for evaluating new
activity. With this filtering, there is a significant reduction
in the probability of false or nuisance alarms caused by
shifts in sensitivity, either up or down.
Control Panel Selection. Peak activity per sensor is
stored to assist in evaluating specific locations. The alarm
set point for each TrueAlarm sensor is determined at the
host control panel, selectable as more or less sensitive as
the individual application requires.
Timed/Multi-Stage Selection. Sensor alarm set points
can be programmed for timed automatic sensitivity
selection (such as more sensitive at night, less sensitive
during day). Control panel programming can also provide
multi-stage operation per sensor. For example, a 0.2%
level may cause a warning to prompt investigation while a
2.5% level may initiate an alarm.
Sensor Alarm and Trouble LED Indication. Each
sensor base’s LED pulses to indicate communications
with the panel. If the control panel determines that a
sensor is in alarm, or that it is dirty or has some other type
of trouble, the details are annunciated at the control panel
and that sensor base’s LED will be turned on steadily.
During a system alarm, the control panel will control the
LEDs such that an LED indicating a trouble will return to
pulsing to help identify the alarmed sensors.
** TrueAlarm analog sensors are protected by one or more of the following U.S. Patents:
5,155,468; 5,173,683; 5,400,014; 5,543,777; 5,710,541; D383,407; D388,352; D392,573.
MAPNET II and IDNet addressable communications designs are protected by U.S. Patent
No. 4,796,025.
S4098-0019-9 9/2003
TrueAlarm Sensor Bases and Accessories
Description
Sensor Base Features
TrueAlarm sensor bases contain integral addressable
electronics that constantly monitor the status of the
detachable photoelectric, ionization, or heat sensors. Each
sensor’s output is digitized and transmitted to the system
fire alarm control panel every four seconds.
Base mounted address selection:
x Address remains with its programmed location
x Accessible from front (dipswitch under sensor)
Automatic identification provides default sensitivity
when substituting sensor types
Integral red LED for power-on (pulsing), or alarm or
trouble (steady on)
Locking anti-tamper design
Magnetically operated functional test
Mounts on standard outlet box
Since TrueAlarm sensors use the same base, different
sensor types 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 providing heat detection for building
protection at that location.
Sensor Bases
4098-9792, Standard sensor base
4098-9789, Sensor base with wired connections for:
x 2098-9808 Remote LED alarm indicator or
4098-9822 relay (unsupervised)
Mounting Reference
4098-9791, Sensor base with supervised relay driver
output (not compatible with 2120 CDT):
Electrical Box Requirements: (boxes are by others)
Without relay: 4" octagonal or 4" square, 1-1/2" deep;
single gang, 2" deep
x Relay operation is programmable and can be manually
operated from control panel
With relay : 4" octagonal or 4" square, 1-1/2" deep,
with 1-1/2" extension ring
x Use with remote mount 2098-9737 relay
x Also includes wired connections for remote LED
alarm indicator or 4098-9822 relay
4" (102 mm) Square Box
4" (102 mm) Octagonal Box
Surface mount reference
Sensor Base Options
2098-9737, Remote or local mount supervised relay:
x DPDT contacts for resistive/suppressed loads, power
limited rating of 3 A @ 28 VDC; non-power limited
rating of 3 A @ 120 VAC (requires external 24 VDC
coil power)
1-1/2" (38 mm)
minimum box depth
Flush mount reference, mount even with final
surface, or with up to 1/4" (6.4 mm) maximum recess
4098-9822, LED Annunciation Relay:
2098-9737 Relay (mounts in
base electrical box or remotely)
x Activates when base LED is on steady, indicating
local alarm or trouble
4098-9822 Relay (mounts
in base electrical box)
x DPDT contacts for resistive/suppressed loads, power
limited rating of 2 A @ 28 VDC; non-power limited
rating of 1/2 A @ 120 VAC, (requires external
24 VDC coil power)
4098-9832, Adapter plate:
Relay Size: 2-1/2" X 1-1/2" X 1" (3.75 cubic inches)
(64 mm X 38 mm X 25.4 mm)
x Required for surface or semi-flush mounting to
4” square electrical box and for surface mounting to
4” octagonal box
NOTE: Review total wire count, wire size, and accessories
being wired to determine required box volume.
x Can be used for cosmetic retrofitting to existing 6-3/8”
diameter base product
6-3/8" (162 mm)
2098-9808, Remote red LED Alarm
Indicator:
x Mounts on single gang box
(shown in illustration to right)
1/4"
(6.4 mm)
ALARM
4098-9832 Adapter Plate, required for
mounting to surface mounted boxes
and 4" square flush box
4-7/8" (124 mm)
15/16"
(24 mm)
TrueAlarm Bases
4098-9789, -9791, & -9792
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TrueAlarm Sensors
4098-9714 Photoelectric Sensor
Features
TrueAlarm photoelectric sensors use a stable, pulsed
infrared LED light source and a silicon photodiode
receiver to provide consistent and accurate low power
smoke sensing. Seven levels of sensitivity are available
for each individual sensor, ranging from 0.2% to 3.7% per
foot of smoke obscuration. Sensitivity is selected and
monitored at the fire alarm control panel.
The sensor head design provides 360° smoke entry for
optimum response to smoke from any direction. A built-in
screen keeps insects from entering the smoke chamber.
Due to its photoelectric operation, air velocity is not
normally a factor, except for impact on area smoke flow.
Sealed against rear air flow entry
Interchangeable mounting
EMI/RFI shielded electronics
Heat sensors:
x Selectable rate compensated, fixed temperature
sensing with or without rate-of-rise operation
x Spacing distance between heat sensors:
Fixed Temp.
Setting
UL Spacing
135° F (57.2° C)
60 ft (18.3 m)
155° F (68° C)
40 ft (12.2 m)
FM Spacing, Either Fixed
Temperature Setting
15 ft x 15 ft (4.6 m) fixed
temperature only;
30 ft x 30 ft (9.2 m) fixed
temperature with rate-of-rise
4-7/8" (124 mm)
Smoke Sensors:
LED status indicator
2-1/8"
(54 mm)
x Photoelectric or ionization technology sensing
x 360° smoke entry for optimum response
4098-9733 Heat Sensor
TrueAlarm heat sensors are self-restoring and provide rate
compensated, fixed temperature sensing, selectable with
or without rate-of-rise temperature sensing. Due to its
small thermal mass, the sensor accurately and quickly
measures the local temperature for analysis at the fire
alarm control panel.
4098-9714 Photoelectric Sensor with Base
4098-9717 Ionization Sensor
TrueAlarm Ionization sensors use a single radioactive
source with an outer sampling ionization chamber and an
inner reference ionization chamber to provide stable
operation under fluctuations in environmental conditions
such as temperature and humidity. Smoke and invisible
combustion gases can freely penetrate the outer chamber.
With both chambers ionized by a small radioactive source
[Am 241 (Americium)], a very small current flows in the
circuit. The presence of particles of combustion will cause
a change in the voltage ratio between chambers. This
difference is measured by the electronics in the sensor
base and digitally transmitted back to the control panel for
processing.
Three levels of sensitivity are available for each
ionization sensor: 0.5, 0.9, and 1.3% per foot of smoke
obscuration.
Rate-of-rise temperature detection is selectable at the
control panel for either 15° F (8.3° C) or 20° F (11.1° C)
per minute. Fixed temperature sensing is independent of
rate-of-rise sensing and programmable to operate at
135° F (57.2° C) or 155° F (68° C). In a slow developing
fire, the temperature may not increase rapidly enough to
operate the rate-of-rise feature. However, an alarm will be
initiated when the temperature reaches its rated fixed
temperature setting.
TrueAlarm heat sensors can 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. (Refer to specific panels for availability.)
4-7/8" (124 mm)
4-7/8" (124 mm)
LED status indicator
2-1/8"
(54 mm)
LED status indicator
2-3/8"
(60 mm)
4098-9717 Ionization Sensor with Base
Application Reference
4098-9733 Heat Sensor with Base
Sensor locations should be determined only after careful
consideration of the physical layout and contents of the
area to be protected. Refer to NFPA 72, the National Fire
Alarm Code®. On smooth ceilings, smoke sensor spacing
of 30 ft (9.1 m) may be used as a guide. For detailed
application information, refer to 4098 Detectors, Sensors,
and Bases Application Manual (574-709).
WARNING: In most fires, hazardous levels of smoke
and toxic gas can build up before a heat detection
device would initiate an alarm. In cases where Life
Safety is a factor, the use of smoke detection is highly
recommended.
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TrueAlarm Analog Sensing Product Selection Chart
TrueAlarm Sensor Bases*
Model
Description
Compatibility
4098-9792 (C)
Standard Sensor Base, no options
4098-9789 (C)
Sensor Base with connections for
Remote LED Alarm Indicator or
Unsupervised Relay
4098-9791 (C)
Sensor Base with connections for
Supervised Remote Relay and
connections for Remote Alarm
Indicator or Unsupervised Relay
Sensors 4098-9714, -9733, & -9717
Mounting Requirements
4” octagonal or 4” square box, 1-1/2” min.
depth; or single gang box, 2” min. depth
Sensors 4098-9714, -9733, & -9717
2098-9808 remote LED alarm
indicator or 4098-9822 relay
Sensors 4098-9714, -9733, & -9717
2098-9737 remote relay (supervised)
2098-9808 remote alarm indicator or
4098-9822 relay (unsupervised)
4” octagonal or 4” square box
Note: Box depth requirements depend
on total wire count and wire size, refer to
accessories list below for reference.
TrueAlarm Sensors
Model
Description
Compatibility
4098-9714 (C)
Photoelectric Smoke Sensor
4098-9717 (C)
Ionization Smoke Sensor
4098-9733 (C)
Heat Sensor
Mounting Requirements
Bases 4098-9792, 4098-9789,
and 4098-9791
Refer to base requirements
TrueAlarm Sensor/Base Accessories
Model
2098-9737
2098-9808
4098-9822 (C)
4098-9832
Description
Compatibility
Supervised Relay, mounts remote
or in base electrical box
For use with 4098-9791 base
Remote Red LED Alarm Indicator
on single gang stainless steel plate
Relay, tracks base LED status
(unsupervised, mounts only in base
electrical box)
Bases 4098-9789 and 4098-9791
Adapter Plate
Bases 4098-9792, -9789, & -9791
Mounting Requirements
Remote Mounting requires 4” octagonal or
4” square box, 1-1/2” minimum depth
Base Mounting requires 4” octagonal box,
2-1/8” deep with 1-1/2” extension ring
Single gang box, 1-1/2” minimum depth
4” octagonal box, 2-1/8” deep with 1-1/2”
extension ring
Required for surface or semi-flush
mounted 4” square box and for surface
mounted 4” octagonal box
* Refer to data sheet S4098-0028 for Sounder Base information. Refer to Installation Instructions 574-707 and Application Manual 574-709
for additional information. ULC listed model numbers are designated by (C) and require a “C” suffix such as 4098-9792C.
Specifications
General Operating Specifications
Communications and Sensor Supervisory Power
MAPNET II or IDNet, auto-select, 24-40 VDC w/data, 400 PA typical,
1 address per base
Communications Connections
Screw terminals for in/out wiring, 18 to 14 AWG (0.82 mm to 2.08 mm )
Remote LED Alarm Indicator Current
1 mA typical, no impact to alarm current
Remote LED Alarm Indicator and Relay Connections
Color coded wire leads, 18 AWG (0.82 mm )
UL Listed Temperature Range
32° to 100° F (0° to 38° C)
Operating
Temperature Range
2
with 4098-9717 or 4098 -9733
with 4098-9714
Humidity Range
Smoke Sensor
Ambient Ratings
2
2
32° to 122° F (0° to 50° C)
15° to 122° F (-9° to 50° C)
10 to 95% RH
4098-9714, Photoelectric Sensor
4098-9717, Ionization Sensor
Housing Color
Air velocity = 0-2000 ft/min (0-610 m/min)
Air velocity = 0-400 ft/min (0-122 m/min); Altitude is up to 8000 ft (2.4 km)
Frost White
4098-9791 Base With Supervised Remote Relay 2098-9737 (see page 2 for contact ratings)
Externally Supplied Relay Coil Voltage
18-32 VDC (nominal 24 VDC)
Supervisory Current
270 PA, from 24 VDC supply
Alarm Current with 2098-9737 Relay
28 mA, from 24 VDC supply
4098-9822 Unsupervised Relay, Requirements for Bases 4098-9789 and 4098-9791 (see page 2 for contact ratings)
Externally Supplied Relay Coil Voltage
18-32 VDC (nominal 24 VDC)
Supervisory Current
Supplied from communications
Alarm Current
13 mA from separate 24 VDC supply
Tyco, Simplex, the Simplex logo, TrueAlarm, MAPNET II, and IDNet 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
S4098-0019-9 9/2003
© 2003 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 Analog Sensing
UL, ULC Listed; FM, CSFM,
and MEA (NYC) Approved*
Addressable Duct Sensor Housings with TrueAlarm
Photoelectric Sensor, Available with Multiple Relay Control
Features
Compact air duct sensor housing with clear
cover to monitor for the presence of smoke**
Includes factory installed TrueAlarm
photoelectric smoke sensor** and features:
• Individual sensor information processed by the host
control panel to determine sensor status
• Digital transmission of analog sensor values via
MAPNET II® or IDNet™, 2-wire communications†
• Programmable sensitivity, consistent accuracy,
environmental compensation, status testing, and
monitoring of sensor dirt accumulation
Model 4098-9755:
• Basic duct sensor housing (no relay output) powered
by MAPNET II/IDNet communications
Model 4098-9756:
• Duct sensor housing with supervised output for
multiple remote relays, requires separate 24 VDC
• Relay output is under panel control
• At the panel, relay output can be activated manually or
in response to a separate alarm or other input
General features:
• UL listed to Standard 268A
• Clear cover allows visual inspection
• Test ports provide functional smoke testing access
with cover in place
• Mounts to rectangular ducts or round ducts
(minimum size 8” square or 18” diameter)
• Magnetic test feature for alarm initiation at housing
• Optional weatherproof enclosure is available
separately (refer to data sheet S4098-0032)
Diagnostic LEDs (on interface board):
• Red Alarm/Trouble LED for sensor status and
communications polling display
• Yellow LED for open or shorted trouble indication of
supervised relay control (4098-9756 only)
Sampling tubes (ordered separately):
• Available in multiple lengths to match duct size
• Installed and serviced with housing in place
Remote module options (ordered separately):
• Red status/alarm LED (2098-9808)
• Test station with LED (2098-9806)
• Relays for use with 4098-9756 (4098-9843, PAM-SD)
* These products have been approved by the California State Fire Marshal (CSFM) pursuant
to Section 13144.1 of the California Health and Safety Code. See CSFM Listing
3240-0026.241 for allowable values and/or conditions concerning material presented in this
document. It is subject to re-examination, revision, and possible cancellation. ULC listed
models are designated with a “C” suffix such as 4098-9755C. Accepted for use – City of
New York Department of Buildings – MEA35-93E. Additional listings may be applicable,
contact Simplex for the latest status.
© 2001 Simplex Time Recorder Co. All rights reserved.
This device is a duct smoke housing. When provided with detector, it is designed to sample the air flow
passing by it in the air duct to determine whether it contains unacceptable levels of smoke. The
effectiveness of a duct smoke detector is highly dependent upon: the design and operating conditions of the
air handling system in which it is installed, variables such as smoke dilution and stratification over which
even the best designed systems have no control, and proper placement and positioning of the duct smoke
detector, which is often compromised for practical reasons. For the reasons stated above, the effectiveness
of this duct smoke detector cannot be warranted or guaranteed. Under no circumstances should this duct
smoke detector be used or regarded to be a substitute for the building’s Fire alarm and detection system to
which this device is attached as a secondary detection device.
DO NOT REMOVE THIS NOTICE!
Duct Sensor Housing, Front View
ALARM
ALARM
TEST
NORM
2098-9808
2098-9806
Remote Status/Alarm Indicator and Test Station
Introduction
Operation. Simplex compact air duct smoke sensor
housings provide TrueAlarm operation for the detection of
smoke in air conditioning or ventilating ducts. Sampling
tubes are installed into the duct allowing air to be directed to
the smoke sensor mounted in the housing.
TrueAlarm Sensor Operation
Digital Communication of Analog Sensing.
Analog information from the sensor is digitally
communicated to the control panel where it is analyzed.
Sensor input is stored and tracked as an average value
with an alarm or abnormal condition being determined by
comparing the sensor’s present value against its average.
Intelligent Data Evaluation. Monitoring each
photoelectric sensor’s average value provides a software
filtering process that compensates for environmental
factors (dust, dirt, etc.) and component aging, providing
an accurate reference for evaluating new activity. The
result is a significant reduction in the probability of false
or nuisance alarms caused by shifts in sensitivity, either
up or down.
** Please note that smoke detection in air ducts is intended to provide
notification of the presence of smoke in the duct. It is not intended
to, and will not, replace smoke detection requirements for open
areas or other non-duct applications.
† TrueAlarm sensors and MAPNET and IDNet communications 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; 4,796,025; DES. 377,460.
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TrueAlarm Sensor Operation (Continued)
Photoelectric Sensing (Continued)
Control Panel Selection. Peak activity per sensor is
stored to assist in evaluating specific locations. The alarm
set point for each sensor is determined at the control
panel, selectable as the individual application requires.
Typically duct sensor applications require less sensitive
settings (such as 2.5% per foot obscuration) due to the
ducts being a relative dirty environment. However, the
standard seven levels of TrueAlarm sensor sensitivity are
available for each individual sensor, ranging from 0.2% to
3.7% per foot of smoke obscuration. Sensitivity is
selected and monitored at the fire alarm control panel.
Sensor Status LED. Each sensor housing’s red status
LED (located on the electrical interface board) pulses to
indicate communications with the panel. If the control
panel determines that a sensor is in alarm, or that it is
dirty or has some other type of trouble, the details are
annunciated at the control panel and that sensor housing’s
status LED will be turned on steadily. During a system
alarm, the control panel will control the LEDs such that
an LED indicating a trouble will return to pulsing to help
identify any alarmed sensors. (Remote Status/Alarm
LEDs track the operation of the sensor housing LED.)
Fire Alarm Control Panel Features
• Individual smoke sensitivity selection
• Sensitivity monitoring that satisfies NFPA 72
sensitivity testing requirements
• Peak value logging allows accurate analysis for
sensitivity selection
• Automatic, once per minute individual sensor
calibration check verifies sensor integrity
• Automatic environmental compensation
• Smoke sensitivity is displayed in percent per foot
• Ability to display and print detailed sensor
information in plain English language
• Relays of model 4098-9756 are under panel control
for ON, OFF, or override
Photoelectric Sensing
TrueAlarm photoelectric sensors use a stable, pulsed
infrared LED light source and a silicon photodiode
receiver to provide consistent and accurate low power
smoke sensing.
Duct Sensor Selection Chart
Duct Smoke Sensor Housing with Photoelectric Sensor*
Model
Description
Compatibility
4098-9755
Basic duct sensor housing, operating power is supplied by
either MAPNET II or IDNet communications (no relay output)
Simplex fire alarm control panel models 4010,
4020, 4100, and 4120. Also 2120 CDT if
configured for MAPNET II, TrueAlarm operation
4098-9756
Duct housing with supervised multiple relay control for up to
15, 4098-9843 (PAM-SD) Relays (ordered separately),
requires separate 24 VDC fire alarm power and relay
end-of-line resistor
Same as above except relay operation is not
compatible with 2120 CDT
Remote LED Indicator and Test Station, Select One if Required
Model
Description
2098-9808
Red LED status indicator
2098-9806
Test Station with keyswitch and red LED status indicator
(turning switch to “TEST” initiates alarm for system testing)
Compatibility
Mounting
4098-9755
4098-9756
Use single gang box,
3” H x 2” W x 2” D
(76 mm x 51 mm x 51 mm)
Epoxy Encapsulated Remote Relay (wiring is 18 AWG wire leads)
Model
Description
4098-9843
(PAM-SD)
Relay, single Form C (10 A @ 120 VAC), from Air Products &
Controls Ltd., refer to pages 3 and 4 for additional relay
information
Compatibility
Mounting
4098-9756 only,
connect up to 15
Locate relays within 3 ft
(1 m) of device being
controlled, per NFPA 72,
Section 3-9.2.1
* Each duct housing includes an internally mounted model 4098-9714 TrueAlarm photoelectric sensor and an exhaust tube. A correctly
sized sampling tube (ordered per application) is required, refer to chart below.
Sampling Tube Selection Chart, Ordered Separately Per Duct Width, Select One
Overall Duct Width
Tube Required
Suggested Cut Length
12” (305 mm)
2098-9796
1/2 in. (12.7 mm) longer than duct width
13” to 23” (330 mm to 584 mm)
2098-9804
1/2 in. (12.7 mm) longer than duct width
24” to 46” (610 mm to 1168 mm)
2098-9797
2 in. (51 mm) longer than duct width
46” to 71” (1168 mm to 1803 mm)
2098-9798
2 in. (51 mm) longer than duct width
71” to 95” (1803 mm to 2413 mm)
2098-9799
2 in. (51 mm) longer than duct width
Simplex Time Recorder Co.
2
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Duct Sensor Housing Detail Reference
NOTE: Refer to Installation Instructions 574-776 for additional detail and maintenance information.
11 3/8" (289 mm)
Exhaust
Exhaust tube
tube access
access hole
hole
4098-9714
4098-9714 Smoke
Smoke sensor,
sensor, mounted
mounted
in
in special
special interface
interface base
base (supplied)
(supplied)
Conduit
Conduit (by
(by others)
others)
This device is a duct smoke housing. When provided with detector, it is designed to sample the air flow
passing by it in the air duct to determine whether it contains unacceptable levels of smoke. The
effectiveness of a duct smoke detector is highly dependent upon: the design and operating conditions of the
air handling system in which it is installed, variables such as smoke dilution and stratification over which
even the best designed systems have no control, and proper placement and positioning of the duct smoke
detector, which is often compromised for practical reasons. For the reasons stated above, the effectiveness
of this duct smoke detector cannot be warranted or guaranteed. Under no circumstances should this duct
smoke detector be used or regarded to be a substitute for the building’s Fire alarm and detection system to
which this device is attached as a secondary detection device.
DO NOT REMOVE THIS NOTICE!
Metal
Metal plate
plate with
with dual
dual holes
holes
for
for 3/4"
3/4" (19
(19 mm)
mm) conduit,
conduit, plug
plug
supplied
supplied for
for unused
unused hole
hole
Front View
6 3/4"
(171 mm )
Yellow
Yellow LED,
LED, relay
relay control
control trouble
trouble
indicator
indicator (4098-9756
(4098-9756 only)
only)
Sampling
Sampling tube
tube
access
access hole
hole
Red
Red sensor
sensor
status
status LED
LED
Side
Side of
of duct
duct
Wiring
Wiring terminals
terminals
Captive
Captive fastening
fastening screws
screws (4)
(4)
Stationary
Stationary baffle
baffle (built-in)
(built-in)
Transparent
Transparent cover
cover
Magnetic
Magnetic test
test area
area
Mount
Mount as
as shown
shown (preferred)
(preferred) or
or
with
with electronics
electronics area
area located
located to
to
the
the LEFT
LEFT or
or UP
UP ONLY
ONLY
Gasketed
Gasketed sensor
sensor area
area
3 3/8"
(86 mm)
Bottom view
13/16"
(21 mm)
Gaskets
Gaskets (supplied)
(supplied)
Test
Test ports
ports (2)
(2) provided
provided
for
for measuring
measuring airflow
airflow
and
and for
for aerosol
aerosol injection
injection
Duct
Duct wall
wall
Exhaust
Exhaust tube
tube (supplied)
(supplied)
Sampling
Sampling tube,
tube, ordered
ordered
separately
separately per
per duct
duct width
width
End View with Duct and Tubes
Remote Relay 4098-9843 (PAM-SD)
18"
18" Round
Round duct
duct outline
outline
(minimum
(minimum diameter)
diameter)
Duct
Duct housing
housing
(10 A @ 120 VAC, for use with 4098-9756 only)
NOTE: Mount in separate electrical box within
3 ft (1 m) of device being controlled per
NFPA 72, Section 3-9.2.1
Exhaust
Exhaust tube
tube
8"
8" Square
Square duct
duct outline
outline
(minimum
(minimum width)
width)
13/16"
(21 mm)
AP&C-PAM SD
WHT
RED
Sampling
Sampling tube,
tube, keyed
keyed for
for proper
proper hole
hole alignment
alignment
with
with holes
holes facing
facing into
into airflow
airflow (template
(template is
is
provided
provided for
for proper
proper tube
tube installation)
installation)
Simplex Time Recorder Co.
3
1 1/2"
(38 mm)
BLU
YEL
ORG
1 3/16" (30 mm)
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Duct Sensor Location Reference
Exhaust
Damper
Sensor
OK
Return
Air
Exhaust
Do not locate
sensor here
Return air
damper
Supply
Air
Fresh
air
Filter
bank
Do not locate
sensor here
Sensor
OK
Bend or other
obstruction
6 Duct
widths
minimum
Return air
inlet
6 Duct
widths
minimum
Preferred Duct Sensor Locations:
1. A minimum of six duct widths downstream from
bends or inlets to avoid air turbulence.
2. On the downstream side of filters to detect fires in the
filters.
3. In return ducts, ahead of mixing areas.
4. Upstream of air humidifier and cooling coil.
5. With accessibility for test and service.
6. For additional information, refer to NFPA 90A,
Standard for the Installation of Air Conditioning and
Ventilating Systems.
Locations to Avoid:
1. Where dampers closed for comfort control would
interfere with airflow.
2. Next to outside air inlets (unless the intent is to
monitor smoke entry from that area).
3. In return air damper branch ducts and mixing areas
where airflow may be restricted.
Outdoor Applications Note:
For outdoor applications, refer to data sheet S4098-0032
for information on weatherproof enclosure 4098-9845.
Specifications
General
Air Velocity Range (liner ft/min)
300 to 4000 ft/min (91 to 1220 m/min)
Altitude
Up to 8000 ft (2.4 km)
Sensor Sensitivity Range
0.2% to 3.7% per foot of obscuration, selectable at host control panel
UL Listed Temperature Range
32° F to 100° F (0° C to 38° C)
Operating Temperature Range
32° F to 122° F (0° C to 50° C)
Storage Temperature Range
0° F to 140° F (-18° C to 60° C)
Humidity Range
10% to 95% RH, non-condensing
Wiring Connections
Terminal blocks, 18 to 12 AWG
Housing Color
Black base with clear cover
Remote Status/Alarm LED and Test Station with Remote Status/Alarm LED
Remote Alarm LED Current
1.2 mA, no impact to alarm current (2098-9808 or 2098-9806)
Test Station Keyswitch Current
3.3 mA, no impact to alarm current (2098-9806)
Remote Alarm LED and Test Station Distance
250 ft (76 m) maximum
Addressable Operation
MAPNET II or IDNet communications, auto-select, one address per housing,
provides operating power to model 4098-9755
Data Communications
Model 4098-9756 with Supervised Multiple Relay Control, Requires Separate Fused 24 VDC from Fire Alarm Power Supply
Input Voltage
18-32 VDC (24 VDC nominal)
Standby Current
2.4 mA @ 24 VDC
Alarm Current
15 mA @ 24 VDC, add 15 mA additional for each 4098-9843 (PAM-SD) relay
Supervised Remote Relay Control Output
For use with relay 4098-9843 (PAM-SD), quantity of 15 maximum, distance of
500 ft (152 m) maximum, requires 10 kΩ, 1/2 W end-of-line resistor
4098-9843 (PAM-SD) Relay Output Ratings, Single Form C, use with Model 4098-9756 Only
Coil Current
15 mA @ 24 VDC, up to 15 maximum per relay control output
Relay Contacts, Resistive Ratings
7 A @ 28 VDC; 10 A @ 120 VAC; 250 µA @ 5 VDC
Location Distance
500 ft (152 m) maximum to relay coils, relays must be within 3 ft (1 m) of device
being controlled per NFPA 72, Section 3-9.2.1
Simplex, the Simplex logo, TrueAlarm, MAPNET II, and IDNet are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Simplex Time Recorder Co. 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).
S4098-0030-2 4/01
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