Fire Alarm Control Panel Bx-10
Fire Alarm Control Panel Bx-10
Conventional fire alarm control panel with 4 zones (loops)
Installation and
Commissioning Handbook
Protecting life, environment and property...
P-BX10/IE- Rev. L, 040504
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Contents
Contents
1
Introduction ...........................................................3
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
2
The Product..................................................................................... 3
About the Manual ........................................................................... 3
The Reader...................................................................................... 3
Other Reference Material ............................................................... 3
Approvals........................................................................................ 3
Installation .............................................................4
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
Cabinet Dimensions........................................................................ 4
Positioning of Control Panel........................................................... 4
Recommended Height for Mounting .............................................. 4
Wall Mounting................................................................................ 5
2.4.1
Fixing Holes.................................................................... 5
2.4.2
Recess Dimensions for Flush Mounting in Wall............ 6
2.4.3
Flush mounting in instrument console............................ 7
2.5 Dismantling the Control Panel Cabinet .......................................... 8
2.5.1
Opening the Front Door.................................................. 8
2.5.2
Releasing the Front Panel From the Cabinet .................. 9
2.6 Refitting the Front Panel................................................................. 11
2.7 Installing the Batteries .................................................................... 12
2.8 Cable Feed ...................................................................................... 12
2.9 Recommended Cables..................................................................... 13
2.10 Cabling............................................................................................ 13
2.11 Adding Zone Information to the Front Label ................................. 14
3
Cable Connections ................................................15
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
Introduction..................................................................................... 15
Overview - Terminal Block L1....................................................... 16
Location of Fuses............................................................................ 17
Reference Matrix for Termination Points....................................... 18
3.4.1
Connection 52- 59........................................................... 20
3.5 Mains Connection - 230V AC ........................................................ 21
3.6 Battery Connection ......................................................................... 22
3.6.1
Battery dimensions: ........................................................ 22
3.7 Connecting the Detectors................................................................ 23
3.8 Connecting the Alarm Outputs ....................................................... 24
3.9 Connection of external Control Output Relays .............................. 25
3.10 Common Alarm Output (BMA) ..................................................... 25
3.11 Common Fault Output (BMF) ........................................................ 26
3.12 Output for Fire Door Control (DHM)............................................. 27
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Contents
3.12.1
4
Commissioning .....................................................29
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
5
Annual Service................................................................................ 36
Appendix ................................................................37
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
8
Disabling/Restoring of Zones (loops) from Aux. Switch............... 34
Activating Alarm Delay from an Auxiliary Switch........................ 35
5.2.1
Note................................................................................. 35
Service and maintenance .....................................36
6.1
7
Commissioning Responsibility for the Control Panel .................... 29
Recommended Testing Equipment................................................. 29
Pre-commissioning Checks............................................................. 29
Mains Supply - 230V AC ............................................................... 30
Battery Connection ......................................................................... 31
4.5.1
Temperature compensated charging of battery............... 32
4.5.2
Adjusting the charging voltage....................................... 32
Final Task ....................................................................................... 33
Operating Levels............................................................................. 33
Commissioning Checks .................................................................. 33
Configuration.................................................................................. 33
Additional functions..............................................34
5.1
5.2
6
Unused output................................................................. 27
Recommended Cable Types ........................................................... 37
Positioning of Detectors ................................................................. 38
Installation of Heat Detectors. ........................................................ 39
Installation of Smoke Detectors...................................................... 39
BX-10 Control Panel variants......................................................... 40
7.5.1
BX-10M(M2)/ xx-24 ...................................................... 42
Reader’s Comments..............................................43
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Introduction
1 Introduction
1.1 The Product
The BX-10 fire alarm control panel is a conventional panel with 4 zones.
The panel is supplied as:
• BX-10/xx, fire alarm control panel with 4 zones (loops), including
power supply and battery.
1.2 About the Manual
The purpose of this manual is to provide all the information necessary for
the installation and commissioning of all the variants of BX-10 control
panel.
• BX-10 can be supplied with variants of the system program adapted for
particular markets and special functions (appendix7.5).
1.3 The Reader
The manual is designed for use by electrical fitters and technical personnel
responsible for the installation.
1.4 Other Reference Material
Further information concerning the BX-10 control panel is found in the
following:
Manual
Item no.
Operators Handbook - BX-10 Fire Alarm Control Panel
Data sheet
P-BX-10/FE
P-BX10/CE
1.5 Approvals
BX-10 is approved according to EN-54 part 2 and 4, and LVD
(IEC 60950).
BX-10M (Maritim version) approved according to:
•
Det Norske Veritas (DNV)
•
Lloyd’s Register of Shipping (LR)
•
American Bureau of Shipping (ABS)
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Installation
2 Installation
2.1 Cabinet Dimensions
BRANN
Autronica Brann & Sikkerhet
System
196
Sone
Test
1:
Feil
2:
Utkobling
3:
Drift
4:
Alarm
Feil/Utkobling/Test
Betjening
Operatørkode: xxx
Avstill int. summer
s
Feil
Avstill/aktiver alarm
Tilbakestill
R
Informasjon
Sone 1
Sone 1
Alarmutg.
Batteri
Øyeblikkelig varsling utkoblet
Sone 2
Sone 2
Styringer
Kraftfor.
Alarmsender aktivert
Sone 3
Sone 3
Al/Fe-utg.
Jord
Sone 4
Sone 4
Eks.kom.
System
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
C
0
R
BX-10
Operatørnivå
350
125
2.2 Positioning of Control Panel
The control panel should be located inside or adjacent to the main entrance
of a building in accordance with local fire regulations. The position of the
panel should be agreed with the local fire department.
2.3 Recommended Height for Mounting
!
The recommended height for mounting is 175 cm from the floor to the top
of the cabinet. This is the optimal height designed for easy reading.
There should be a minimum 50 mm gap to the left of the panel to enable
the door to open fully.
175 cm
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2.4 Wall Mounting
The panel is primarily designed for mounting on walls (ref. sub-section
2.4.1), but may also be flush mounted on a wall or console (ref. subsection 2.4.2).
The front should be removed from the cabinet before mounting/flush
mounting on the wall.
Important! Handle the unit with care.
2.4.1 Fixing Holes
• Mark off and drill holes to take 6 mm (max.) screws (and plugs if
necessary (the height above the floor should be approx. 174 cm).
• Screw in the 2 uppermost screws half way.
There are 4 fixing holes in the rear of the cabinet. The 2 uppermost are
keyhole types.
• Hang the cabinet on the 2 uppermost screws.
• Screw in the 2 lower screws and tighten all four.
10
186
320
Cabinet
10
166
10
340
Approx. 174 cm
to floor
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Installation
2.4.2 Recess Dimensions for Flush Mounting in Wall
The recess measurements for the terminal cabinet are as follows:
Wall
190 mm
75 mm
344 mm
75mm is the necessary depth for flush
mounting the unit.
(Mounting depth, see fig. below.)
Depth of recess for cabinet (for mounting, see fig. below).
The panel can be flush mounted on a wall or console as follows:
The recess dimensions must not be more than 4 - 8mm greater than the
breadth and height of the cabinet.
The depth from the front of the wall to the mounting plate must not exceed
67mm.
The front panel should cover any gap around the cabinet.
The front panel dimensions are (b x h): 347 x 195mm.
The cabinet dimensions are (b x h ): 340 x 186mm.
The wall must be fitted with transverse screw fastenings so that the cabinet
fixing holes can be utilised. The distance from the wall surface to the
screw fixing plate shall be 67 mm (max.). If the recess forms a gap around
the cabinet, this must be covered by a frame (max. thickness 2 mm) fitted
to the side edges of the cabinet.
If the cabinet is to be set into the wall, vertical and horizontal
reinforcement bars must be fitted inside the cabinet.
Fixing screws
Fixing plate
Front panel
Frame
profile list
(2x10mm)
Cabinet
< 67 mm
Maximum distance from front of
wall to fixing plate < 67 mm
Wall
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2.4.3 Flush mounting in instrument console
BX-10 can be mounted in instrument console by use of mounting brackets
UD-691 (2 PCs).
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Installation
2.5 Dismantling the Control Panel Cabinet
The panel front is fixed to the cabinet by industrial Velcro. This enables
the front to be easily detached from the cabinet for mounting and
installation purposes.
2.5.1 Opening the Front Door
The front door is opened by unscrewing the “TORX” locking screw on the
underside of right side of the front cover (see photograph).
The upper right edge of the front door is recessed to facilitate opening.
• Carefully lay the cabinet on a table.
• Open the door panel by loosening the TORX screws on the underside
approximately 5-8 mm (indicated by arrows).
Sunken screw
Finger
recess
BXX-10
Termination
board
BXA-10 Main
board
TORX locking
screw for opening
door
Remove the flat cable located inside by
pushing aside the fastenings on each
side of the connector and lifting up.
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2.5.2 Releasing the Front Panel From the Cabinet
After opening the front door and releasing the flat cables from the printed
circuit (ref. sub-section 2.5.1), the front panel may be removed from the
cabinet.
The front panel and the cabinet are joined by industrial Velcro fixed to
both the sidewall surfaces (see cross-section).
To lock the front panel to the cabinet, self-tapping locking screws (X) has
to be screwed into the side frame of the front panel (see diagram). This
will also give an earth connection between the side profiles and connection
box.
These screws must be fully removed before removing the front from the
cabinet. Screwtype: No. 6 x19.
The panel is released by inserting a screwdriver through the 2 no. 5mm
holes (Y) in each side, or in between the front and the cabinet along the
sides (Z).
In either case, the screwdriver is levered outwards to prise the Velcro apart
(see photograph and diagram).
Front door
Left side -frame
Right side-frame
Hinge
Velcro
Velcro
Z
Y
Y
X
X
Locking screws (X)
for front panel
Cabinet
Cross -section of BX -10, viewed from below
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Z
Installation
• Unscrew the locking screws (X)
(if fitted), as shown in the
diagram.
Left locking screw
Right locking screw
• Insert a screwdriver through the
5mm hole (Y), or between the
cabinet and side frames (Z) and lever
the driver towards the front.
The Vecro will part and release the
front from the cabinet.
• For refitting the front, see Chap. 2.6.
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2.6 Refitting the Front Panel
When all cables have been connected (except the power cable from the
mains or batteries), carry out the following:
• Open the front door - if necessary unscrew the locking screw on the
right-hand side (arrowed).
• Ensure that the flat cable does not become trapped when the front panel
is pressed into its position (flat cables should not be connected before
commissioning, see chapter 4).
• Fit the front panel to the cabinet, ensuring by touch that the panel
overlaps the cabinet on all four (4) sides.
Press firmly and evenly on both side frames so that you hear a “click”
sound as the Velcro strips connect.
• Check that the panel is firmly in place by lightly pulling at the four (4)
corners.
• If the front panel is to be fixed mechanically, screw locking screws (X)
through the side frames (see sub-section 2.5.2).
Locking screws: Self-tapping Phillips No. 6x19 AIS1316.
Press here
and on the
left side
Locking screw
!
IMPORTANT!
If this is a first-time installation, go directly
to chapter 4, Commissioning.
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Installation
2.7 Installing the Batteries
Two sealed 12V/3-3.3Ah batteries are held in place by Velcro.
• Peel away the protective paper from the Velcro strips inside the
cabinet.
• Place the batteries side by side between the side supports as shown
below (indicated by arrows) and press them hard against the Velcro.
2.8 Cable Feed
All cable feed points to the cabinet are ready to press out. The cabinet is
supplied with 4 pc’s ø16 mm and 7 pc’s ø 19 mm entry holes. Use cable
entry sleeves approved for Flame Class 94HB.
• Press out the cable feed holes as required.
• Feed in the cables through the entry holes in the cabinet top.
It is also possible to feed in cables (such as the mains cable) through the
floor of the cabinet.
• The mains cable is fed in through the right-hand entry hole located in
the cabinet base.
• The other cables are fed in through the subsequent holes.
• Feed the thinnest cables through the entry hole to the left.
• •A minimum 0.5 m of cable must be fed into the cabinet before
stripping and connecting up.
Topp
ø16mm
ø19mm
Base
ø19mm
ø16mm
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Cable Connections
2.9 Recommended Cables
See appendix, 7.1
2.10 Cabling
• Adjust the cable lengths to fit the connection terminals.
• Strip the cables and make the required connections.
Refer to Cable connections, Chapter 3.
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Installation
2.11
Adding Zone Information to the Front Label
A zone information label is provided behind the Plexiglas cover on the
front door. The label has four fields for entering the areas covered by the
respective zones (zone 1-4).
The transparent cover is attached to the front door by small lugs on the
right and left sides.
Left side
Right side
Cover
Lugs
Lugs
The Plexiglas cover is removed as follows:
• Insert a screwdriver under the left-hand side of the cover and gently
lever the cover away from the front.
• Write the areas covered by the zones in black print on transparent tape
and fix these on the respective fields on the label.
The Plexiglas cover is replaced as follows:
• Ensure that the holes in the label correspond with the holes for the
indicator lamps.
• Match up and insert the lugs along the right-hand side of the cover in
the slots on the front door.
• Press the left-hand side of the cover in towards the door so that it
remains firmly in place.
• Check that the transparent holes in the label correspond with the LED
holes in the front panel.
ALARM
Autronica Fire & Security
System
Zone
Operator
Test
1:
Access code: xxx
Fault
2:
Silence int. buzzer
Disabled
3:
Silence/res. alarms
Power
4:
Alarm
Reset
Fault/Disabled/Test
Fault
Zone 1
Zone 1
Alarms
Imm. alarm
Zone 2
Zone 2
Contr.
Power.
Zone 3
Zone 3
Al -outp.
Earth
Zone 4
Zone 4
Fault outp.
.
System
Battery
R
Information
Alarm call activated
Operator
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Cable Connections
3 Cable Connections
3.1 Introduction
This chapter describes all necessary cable connections and procedures.
!
IMPORTANT:
The following procedure is for a first-time installation:
. Connect all necessary cables except the mains cable and cables from
the batteries.
. Turn to Commissioning, p. 29, and systematically go through the check
points described.
. Connect the mains cable, see Mains Supply - 230V AC, p. 30.
. When all cables are properly connected (including the mains cable),
switch on the power and then connect the batteries, see Batteries, p. 31.
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Commissioning
3.2 Overview - Terminal Block L1
On the BXX-10 terminal board, the terminal points are numbered
consecutively in ascending order from:
• 1 (upper left) to 32 (bottom left), and;
• from 33 (bottom right) to 64 (top right).
The maximum cross-section for the cables is 1.5 mm2.
1
64
X1: Flat cable connected to the
BXA-10 Main board
Fuse F9: 1.4AT, 24V DC
Battery fuse
+24V DC
0V
earth
+
-
Power supply
from power unit
Earth screw
Fuse F8: 1.4AT, 24V DC
operating voltage
32
33
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Commissioning
3.3 Location of Fuses
Fuses F8 - F9 on BXX-10
terminal board
F9
1.4AT,
24V DC
Battery
F8
1.4AT,
24V DC
Operating
voltage
Fuses F1 - F7 on
motherboard on the front door
F5
0.2AT
General
control
output
(DHM)
F3
0.2AT
General
alarm
output
(BMA)
F6
0.63AT
Alarm
sounder
circuit 1
(AK1)
F7
0.63AT
Alarm
sounder
circuit 2
(AK2)
F1
F2
0.4AT,
0.63 AT,
common
common
for all 24V for all 12V
DC
DC
voltage
voltage
outputs
outputs
Mains fuse in power supply unit 1.6A.
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Commissioning
3.4 Reference Matrix for Termination Points
NOTE:
All +24V DC outputs share the same 0.63A fuse (F1).
All +12V DC outputs share the same 0.4A fuse (F2).
Internal function
Term.
External
connection
Function
1
Input no. 1, disabling zone 1
Signal inputs.
2
Input no. 2, disabling zone 2
Activated by 0 volts.
3
Input no. 3, disabling zone 3
4
Input no. 4, disabling zone 4
5
Input no. 5, (see appendix 7.5, BX-10M, BX10/S1)
Common 0 volts
Common 0 volts
Activated by all
types of faults on
the control panel.
Fixed devices that
are reset by
resetting the
control panel.
0 volts
Common 0V for use against technical inputs.
6
0V
7
Tech. analogue input 0 - 5V (not in use)
8
Tech. analogue input 0 - 20mA (not in use)
0 volts
9
0 volts
NO
10
NO contact
11
NC contact
NC
C
Signal(+)
13
+
Signal
V1
=
R=1K
0-volt
NO
NC
C
Monitored
24V
Activated by alarm in
one of the detector
zones.
Reset by operating
the “Reset alarm”
function.
The outputs can be
delayed by
activating the
day/night function.
A
Signal
14
-
Activated by alarm
and reset by
resetting.
The outputs can be
delayed by
activating the
day/night function.
Common fault output BMF, potential free relay
output
C contact.
12
+
Common 0V against tech. analogue inputs.
24V
B
V2
15
NO contact
16
NC contact
17
C contact
V
R
0 volts
19
+24V DC
20
K
21
22
0V
Sounder output AK-1, +24V / 0.63A,
parallel function.
Pulsing outputs 1 sec. on and 1 sec. off.
(appendix 7.5, BX-10M)
+
2K
0 volts
Break and short-circuit monitored. R=2kΩ,
V=diode, K=relay, Output secured with 0,2A.
+
-
+24V DC
Common alarm output (BMA) for activating
alarm transfer +24V / 0.2A power output at alarm
(FARE).
2K
2K
0-volt
R=1kΩ, V1=diode, V2=optoisolator.
A 2kΩ resistor must be applied on unused output.
Common alarm output (BMA) for activating
common functions on alarm, potential free relay
output.
18
F=0,2A
Common fault output (BMF) for activating fault
transfer. Break and short-circuit monitored.
Galvanically isolated (FWRE).
23
-
0V
Sounder output AK-2, +24V / 0.63A,
parallel function.
Pulsing outputs 1 sec. on and 1 sec. off.
(appendix 7.5, BX-10M)
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Commissioning
Internal function
Battery load
Term.
+ Battery
External
connection
Battery load, for connecting additional load
resistance for loading battery during testing.
24
R
Common 0V
0V
25
+ Battery
+ Battery
26
+24V
- Battery
- Battery
27
- (0V)
28
+
29
- (0V)
Telephone autodialer
Telephone autodialer
Common earth
Battery input, 2 x 12V / 3-3.3Ah
Comm.channel, aux.units/
PC for configuration
(screen)
30
Function
31
32
Independent of
polarity
Telephone line- Modem connection.
(Not in use).
33
Earth
Power, earth
Common 0 volts
0V
34
0-volt
Power, 0V
24V operating voltage
+24V
35
+24V DC
Power, +24V
Common 0 volts
0V
36
27.3V DC power from
charger
0V
Coil
R 2K
The output gives out
24V DC under normal
operation, and breaks
on alarm or charging
voltage failure >1min.
+24V
+12V DC output
+12V /
0.1A
+24V /
0.1A
38
Common 0 volts
0V
40
0 volts
External 12V DC output, 0V
Voltage output
+12V DC
41
+12V DC
External 12V DC output for extern. equip.
Voltage output
+12V DC
42
+12V DC
External 12V DC output for extern. equip.
Common 0 volts
0V
43
0 volts
Common 0Volt for 24V
Voltage output
+24V DC
44
+24V DC
External 24V DC output for extern. equip.
Voltage output
+24V DC
45
+24V DC
External 24V DC output for extern. equip.
Max.
100mA
Max.
100mA
46
Outp.
47
Outp.
Max.
100mA
Max.
100mA
Max.
100mA
Max.
100mA
48
Outp.
49
Outp.
50
Outp.
51
Outp.
+24V DC output
0V
Output
100mA
0V
Output
100mA
0V
Output
100mA
0V
Output
100mA
0V
Output
100mA
0V
Output
100mA
37
Control output (DHM) for fire doors
24V / 0,2A
Voltage breaks on alarm, or with a mains
power failure longer than 1 minute.
Monitored via 2kΩ resistor.
+24V
F
0,2A
39
+
+
Aux.
equip.
Aux.
equip.
0V
0V
+
+
+
+
+
+12V output, SW controlled via relay.
Power breaks 2 sec. with reset.
+24V output, SW controlled via relay.
Power breaks 2 sec. with reset.
Control output. Common for zone 1-4.
(open collector).
Control output. Activated when a zone is
disabled.
Control output zone
(open collector)
Control output zone
(open collector)
Control output zone
(open collector)
Control output zone
(open collector)
no. 4, transistor output
no. 3, transistor output
no. 2, transistor output
no. 1, transistor output
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Commissioning
(D = Detector, E = BXY-40 end load)
Internal function
Term.
External
connection
Zone output 4
Zone output 3
Zone output 2
Zone output 1
Common 0 volts
0V
52
+14V
53
0V
54
+14V
55
0V
56
+14V
57
0V
58
+14V
59
0V
60
Signal input
61
Signal input
62
Signal input
63
Signal input
64
Function
Detector connection zone 4, (-), max. 32 detectors.
D
D
E
D
D
E
D
D
E
D
D
E
Detector connection zone 4, (+), max. 32 detectors.
Detector connection zone 3, (-), max. 32 detectors.
Detector connection zone 3, (+), max. 32 detectors.
Detector connection zone 2, (-), max. 32 detectors.
Detector connection zone 2, (+), max. 32 detectors.
Detector connection zone 1, (-), max. 32 detectors.
0V
Detector connection zone 1, (+), max. 32 detectors.
Common 0 volts for use against inputs
61-64
Input, external silence of sounders, 0V
control
Input, external resetting of control panel, 0V
control
Input, General Alarm/Evacuation, 0V control
Input, Alarm management OFF/ON.
Delayed Sounder Alarm.
3.4.1 Connection 52- 59
Endload (E)BXY-40 has to be mounted in the last detector on the zone
cable.
Input 64 enables external activation of alarm management, which means
delayed activation of the AK- outputs and the BMA- outputs. Standard
delay time is 5 minutes. For maritime application, a 2 minute delay on the
AK- output applies. BMA is not delayed (appendix 7.5).
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3.5 Mains Connection - 230V AC
IMPORTANT: The mains cable should be connected after all the other
cabling is completed, but before connecting the batteries.
The control panel can be connected to the standard 230V AC mains power,
or the 230V AC mains power circuit used for the IT power distribution.
The mains supply is connected as shown below.
Mains
 Earth

 230V AC
Earth screw
L
N
List 2
Power
230V AC
24V DC
1.2A
In the fixed mains wiring to the panel a two-pole disconnect device must
be provided to disconnect the equipment from the power supply when
servicing is required. Normally, this switch is a two-pole automatic fuse
located in the fuse terminal box at the premises. This fuse location must be
marked “Fire Alarm System”.
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3.6 Battery Connection
Battery type: 2 no. 12V / 3-3.3Ah (h x b x d = max. 134 x 67 x 63 mm)
IMPORTANT: The batteries should not be connected up until all other
cabling (including the mains cable and powering up) has been completed.
Terminal borad
BXX-10
12V DC
12V DC
L1
26
27
Battery support
--
+
-
+
+ 27,3V Battery
-
IMPORTANT: Connect up (-) cables when the panel is connected to the
mains.
3.6.1 Battery dimensions:
Maks. 136 mm
H=134 ± 1
+
-
+
-
D=63 ± 1
Ternimal type: Male 4,8mm flat contact.
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3.7 Connecting the Detectors
In accordance with regulations, a detector zone may include up to 32
detectors or manual call-points. Automatic detectors and manual callpoints may be combined in the same zone. Disabling a zone should not
disable the manual call-points in the zone (this regulation may vary from
country to country).
The example below shows the connection to detector type BH-25:
L1
59
Extra LED
+14V
1 2
Zone 1
L1
58
1 2
+
+
-
5
3 4
0V
+
+
-
6
6
-
3 4
-
BXY-40 end
load is
installed in
last detector
in the loop
+
-
BH-25
Detector
Base BWA-40
BH-25
Detector
Base BWA-40
By connecting +leads for input and output cables between 1 and 6, the
zone will report a fault when one of the detector heads is removed.
The example below shows the connection to a detector type BH-26.
59
L1
58
+14V
2
3
1
4
Extra LED
2
3
+
0V
BH-26
Detector
Base BWA-100
1
4
BH-26
Detector
Base BWA-100
-
BXY-40
end load must
be mounted
in the last
detector on
the loop.
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3.8 Connecting the Alarm Outputs
The control panel has two (2) sounder outputs which are activated in
parallel when an alarm is given. The outputs give a 24V DC pulsing
voltage on alarm and are monitored for breaks and short circuiting.
Maximum load per circuit is 0.63A. A 2kOhm monitoring resistance is
installed across the terminals in the last sounder.
The following is an example of an alarm output connection:
L1
20
+24 pulsing signal
R
L1
21
2kOhm
monitoring
resistance in
last sounder
0V
Polarised
sounders
NOTE!
Maritime version BX-10M has a fix sounder output signal.
By strapping input 5 and 6 (signal on input 5) gives a pulsating output with
7 short and 1 long puls. (SOLAS regulation). Maritime version BX-10M2
has pulsating output signal and is not able to activate 7 short and 1 long
signal.
Dutch version BX-10/NL has a fix sounder output signal.
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3.9 Connection of external Control Output Relays
There is a control output for each detector zone (loop), one common for all
zones and one for disabled zones. The outputs are supplied as transistor
controls (open collectors); one control per zone (L1. 51-L1.48).
The 24V output (44, 45) has a 0.63A fuse (F1).
The following is an example of an external relay connection:
+24 V
+
L1. (44, 45)
Potential free
relay
L1. (51, 50, 49, 48, 47, 46)
-
Control outputs
zones 1 - 4
Zone 1: connection L1.51
Zone 2: connection L1.50
Zone 3: connection L1.49
Zone 4: connection L1.48
Zone 1-4: Connection L1.46
Disabled zone: Connection L1.47
3.10 Common Alarm Output (BMA)
The output can be used for alarm transfer to an external fire alarm
receiving station (for example, the fire brigade). The output consists of a
non-monitored potentialfree relay output (L15-17), plus a break and
shortcircuit monitored power output (L18,19). The monitored power
output requires a 2kΩ end resistor and a diode connected in series with the
relay coil (sounder). The output is activated at alarm from a zone and is
active until the system has been reset. During alarm delay (immediate
alarm disabled), the alarm output will have the same delay as the alarm
sounder outputs (AK).
Monitored alarm output
BX-10
+
18
V
BMA-output
(FARE)
19
R
2k
External equipment
K
-
Components for monitoring purposes:
R=2kΩ
V=Diode
An end resistor R=2kΩ must be applied to an unused output.
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3.11 Common Fault Output (BMF)
The output is used for fault transfer to an external fire alarm receiving
station (for example, the fire brigade). The output consists of nonmonitored potentialfree relay output (L10-12), ), plus a break and
shortcircuit monitored power output (L13,14). The monitored power
output requires a optoisolator for signal transfer to external equipment.
An end resistor R=2kΩ must be applied to an unused output.
Monitored fault output
BX-10
External equipment
+
13
+ Monitored circuit
V1
BMF-output
R=1K
A
Maximum. 150mA
AC or DC
(Normally closed)
14
-
-
V2
B
R=1k
V1=Diode
V2= Optoisoloator PVT312LS
Unused fault output.
BX-10
+
13
BMF-output
14
R=2kΩ
-
An end resistor R=2kΩ must be applied in the control panel.
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3.12 Output for Fire Door Control (DHM)
This output is used for automatic closing of fire doors (L36,37).
24V DC during normal operation breaks on alarm, or with a mains power
failure longer than 1 minute.
The output is break and short circuit monitored via a 2kΩ parallel resistor
Secured with a 0,2A fused.
An end resistor R=2kΩ must be applied to an unused output.
BX-10
Monitored output.
37
+ 24V
+
DHM-output
36
−
3.12.1 Unused output
BX-10
+
DHM-output
36
Door coil
+
Door coil
R=2kΩ
-
37
+
R=2kΩ
-
An end resistor R=2kΩ must be applied in the control panel.
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4 Commissioning
4.1 Commissioning Responsibility for the Control Panel
The commissioning of the control panel and setting of voltages should
only be carried out by authorised personnel.
4.2 Recommended Testing Equipment
Testing requires a universal ohm meter with an internal resistance greater
than 5 Mohm.
4.3 Pre-commissioning Checks
• Check that the mains supply and batteries are not connected.
• Check that all cables are connected correctly.
• Check that the broad flat cable between the Main board and terminal
board (X1 plug) is disconnected.
• Check that all cables are free from external power sources.
• Check that the control panel is properly earthed.
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4.4 Mains Supply - 230V AC
• Connect up the mains supply as shown below.
• Check that the voltage to the L1.26 and L1.27 terminals is
approximately 27.3V DC (20°C).
• Disconnect the 230V mains supply and connect the flat cable to the
terminal board (see page 8).
• Connect up the 230v AC mains supply to the panel (230V±10%).
Earth
230V AC
L
N
Block 2
Mains fuse in
power unit
(1,6A)
BXX-10
terminal board
35
List 1
33
34
Power
230V AC
27,3V DC
1.2A
27.3 VDC
+
-
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Additional functions
4.5 Battery Connection
Battery type: 2 no. 12V / 3 -3.3Ah (H x B x D = 134 x 67 x 63 mm)
Battery capacity: 24V / 3 - 3.3A
IMPORTANT: The batteries should not be connected up until all other
cabling (including the mains cable) has been completed and the power
switched on.
Terminal board
BXX-10
12V DC
12V DC
L1
26
27
+
--
+
-
+ 27,3V Charging voltage
-
• Connect the (-) leads when the panel is connected to the mains.
• Terminal type: 4,8mm flat contact (male).
• RESET the panel to check if the unit is in order.
If everything is in order (i.e. no faults or alarms) the green POWER light
will come on (steady light).
If an alarm or fault is given, the panel must be reset to check whether the
alarm or fault recurs. If the problem continues, then the alarm or fault must
be rectified.
The batteries are marked with a label which indicates the manufacture
date.
Ex..: 06 98 7
Manufacture line (line 7)
Manufacture year (1998)
Manufacture mounth (june)
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4.5.1 Temperature compensated charging of battery
The charger in BX-10 is charging with temperature compensated voltage.
That’s mean that the charging voltage is reduced when temperature
increase. The charging characteristic is 27,4V dc at 20°C and will change
with a compensation factor of –4mV/battery cell/°C,
For a 24V battery this will give a charging voltage at 28,5V at 0°C and
26,4V at 40°C.
4.5.2 Adjusting the charging voltage
If there should be necessary to adjust the charging voltage, there is a
potmeter inside the power supply unit.
Unscrew the two fixing screws on top of the unit and bend the unit out and
remove the cover. Measure the charging voltage and turn the motmeter to
the correct voltage (27,4VDC/20°C).
The panel and battery shall be maintained at least 24h at the ambient
temperature before adjusting the charging voltage.
BX-10 is tested and approved with batteries from Power-Sonic Europe.
Battery capacity is 12V/3Ah.
If battery from other companies are used, please check the charging
characteristic for the battery type and if necessary adjust the charging
voltage.
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4.6 Final Task
• Close the front door and tighten the locking screw in the base.
4.7 Operating Levels
The BX-10 control panel has 2 operating levels. Level 1 is the lowest level
and does not require a password. For the higher level (operator level), the
operator is required to enter a password from the keyboard. Cancelling
alarms and resetting/disabling operations are carried out on the operator
level (Operator Level 2). For a more detailed overview of operating levels,
refer to the Operating Manual for BX-10.
Operator code: 110 +
.
4.8 Commissioning Checks
• Check that all automatic detectors and manual call-points give alarm.
• Check that the alarm outputs are activated on alarm.
• Check that the detectors and manual call-points function correctly
during zone (loop) disablement. As a standard feature, manual callpoints will remain operative even when a zone is disabled (this may
vary from country to country depending on national regulations).
• Check that the power consumption on the power and control outputs
does not exceed the safety value.
• Check that the system functions correctly with reference to the
Operating Manual.
4.9 Configuration
The BX-10 fire alarm control panel is supplied in a standard version from
the manufacturer.
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Additional functions
5 Additional functions
5.1 Disabling/Restoring of Zones (loops) from Aux. Switch
All disabling and activating operations (of zones, alarm outputs, control
outputs and alarm transfers) can be implemented from the front panel
using the keys 1-8 followed by
when the control panel is in operator
mode.
Each of the four detector zones can also be disabled via external disabling
switches connected between terminals 1 and 6 (zone 1), 2 and 6 (zone 2), 3
and 6 (zone 3) and 4 and 6 (zone 4). The zone is disabled as long as the
contact is closed.
A cycle timer can be used for variable time-controlled disabling.
IMPORTANT: When a zone (detector loop) is disabled the detectors will
be disabled, while manual call-points will remain active.
If a zone is disabled using an auxiliary switch, it will not be possible to reactivate the zone from the control panel’s front panel.
With each disabling operation (from either the front panel or an auxiliary
switch), the output for auxiliary warning of a disabled zone (output 47 AUX1) will be activated (e.g. this may be used to activate an auxiliary
warning light).
NB!
All disabling will be automatically restored after 24 hours.
• Disabled zones in BX-10L for agricultural are automatically restored
after 4 hours.
• BX-10I for intruder version, zone 4 will not be automatically restored.
1
Zone1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4
6
External
switch for disablement
0V
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5.2 Activating Alarm Delay from an Auxiliary Switch
To avoid causing any unnecessary disturbances at specific times of the day
and night, it is possible to disable immediate alarm warnings. When
immediate alarm is disabled (i.e. when alarm delay is active), 5 minutes
will elapse before the sounders start to ring and the general alarm output
(BMA) is activated. For example, it may be desirable to activate the alarm
delay during the day and deactivate it during the night (D/N function).
The “immediate warning mode” can be disabled either by using either the
external switch/timer device or from the front panel by pressing 9 +
in
operator mode (see Operating Manual).
If alarm delay is activated using an auxiliary switch, it will not be possible
to deactivate the delay from the control panel, i.e. the switch overrides the
key code.
An external switch for activating/deactivating alarm delay can be installed
on terminals 60 and 64 in the control panel. Delay is activated when the
contact is closed.
NB!
Activation of alarm delay (D/N function) is restored automatically after 12
hours (note 5.2.1).
When alarm delay is active, the following indicators on the front panel will
come on (note 5.2.1):
• LED for common disabling
• LED for immediate warning disabled
64
60
Signal
0V
Standard version
64
External
switch
strap
60
Maritime version
5.2.1 Note
BX-10M (Maritime version) must always have a stropping between 60 and
64. This will give a 2 minutes delay on sounder outputs, and the activation
of alarm delay will not restore automatically after 12 hours. Common
LED-indications “Disabled” and “Imm.alarm disabled” are not activated
(Appendix 7,5). BMA-output will not be delayed.
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6 Service and maintenance
6.1 Annual Service
The whole system (control panel, detectors, alarms and control functions)
should be inspected annually. An annual service inspection comprises the
following:
• Visual inspection of the control panel.
• Testing of indicator lights and internal audio warning device.
• Testing of all operating keys by pressing and checking that a short
“PIP” is heard with each press.
• Disabling of any alarm transference to the fire service/alarm control
panel.
• Testing of sounders by activating an alarm from a manual call-point.
• Checking of all manual call-points and detectors in each zone.
• Activation of alarm from at least one detector/manual call-point in each
zone and a check that all respective outputs are activated.
• Testing the action of any auxiliary operating functions (disabling,
cancelling and resetting buttons).
• Checking of alarm transference outputs (BMA, if used) by connecting
from outgoing outputs (potential free relay and 24V output) activated
by alarm in a zone.
• Checking of fault warning function from detector zones by removing a
detector in each zone.
• Testing of charging voltage to the battery (terminals 26(+) and 27(-)
approx. 27.2V at 20-25°C.
• A battery voltage check by disconnecting from the charger and
measuring the voltage across the battery after approx. 1-2 minutes.
The voltage should be >24.5V.
• A change of battery every 4 years.
The batteries are marked with a label which indicates the manufacture
date.
Ex..: 06 98 7
Manufacture line (line 7)
Manufacture year (1998)
Manufacture mounth (june)
• On completion of checks, go out of “Operator mode” and ensure that
only the green “Power” indicator is on.
• If a fault arises on the panel that cannot be rectified, contact your
nearest Autronica Fire and Security office for qualified assistance.
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7 Appendix
7.1 Recommended Cable Types
The table below shows recommended cable types in accordance with
relevant regulations. This information should be used purely as a guide.
Section 4 of “Regulations for Automatic Fire Alarm Systems”, issued by
insurance companies in Norway, provides clear guidelines for the design
and installation of cables.
All installation work should be carried out in accordance with the
Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Administration (NVE)’s
regulations for electrical building installations.
Connection
Exposed
system
cabling
Max.
cable
length
L(m)
Concealed
system
cabling
Max. Marine cabling
cable
length
L(m)
Mains
PR 2x1.5 mm2
2 x PN 1.5 mm2
RCOP 2x1.5 mm2
Sounders
PR 2x1.5 mm2
2 x PN 1.5 mm2
RCOP 2x1.5 mm2
Detector loops
BPR 2x1mm ø
680
PVXP 2x1mm ø
680
PR 2x1.5 mm2
1250
PTS 0.6 mm ø
260
Cable riser
2xPN 0.75 mm2
650
RCOP 2x0.50 mm2
PTS 0.6 mm ø
260
RCOP
PFSP 1.5 mm2
PFSP 1.5 mm2
Control outputs
PTS 0.6 mm ø
PTS 0.6 mm ø
Aux. battery
capacity
PR 2x2.5 mm2
10
2 x PN 2.5 mm2
10
PR 2x4 mm2
18
2 x PN 4 mm2
18
Max.
cable
length
L(m)
430
RCP 0.5 mm ø
RCOP 2x2.5 mm2
RCOP 2x4 mm2
RCOP 2x6 mm2
10
18
25
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7.2 Positioning of Detectors
(“Regulations for Automatic Fire Alarm Systems” issued by insurance
companies in Norway).
a) The number and position of automatic fire detectors depends on the
detector type, size/condition of the room, ceiling/roof construction,
ceiling/roof height, ventilation situation and fire-risk classification.
b) Roofs and ceilings with falls shallower than 1:10 are defined as flat.
Roofs with falls of 1:10 and steeper, together with arched roofs, are
defined as sloping roofs, and (a row of) detectors should be placed at
the highest point (the ridge).
The height of the roof is equal to the max. height of the room.
c) All references to beams in these regulations, mean sealed beams, etc.,
that prevent the free movement of hot air and smoke between the roof
sections. If there is doubt as to whether beams should be regarded as
sealed, the insurance company will assess the situation.
d) The distance from a detector and between detectors should be measured
horizontally, unless specified otherwise.
e) Detectors should not be placed closer than 0.5 m to a wall unless the
room is less than 1.0 m wide/deep. Exemption from this rule requires
written dispensation from the insurance company.
f) The distance between stacked commodities, storage shelves, etc., and
detectors should be at least 0.5 m.
g) In areas/passageways between shelves, etc., where the height from the
top of stacked goods or shelves to the ceiling/roof, beams, etc., is less
than 0.5 m, so that the free movement of air is impeded, detectors
should be positioned as if these areas were separate rooms.
h) If detectors are to be positioned in the vicinity of beams or ventilation
ducts, etc., which are positioned less than 15 cm from the roof/ceiling,
then the detectors must be placed at a minimum 0.5 m from these, or at
a distance equivalent to the height hb/hk (see below) from the
underside of the beam/duct to the roof/ceiling.
≥ 0,5m
≥ hb ell.
≥ 0,5 mm
< 15 cm
hb
hk
≥ hb ell.
≥ 0,5 mm
i) Detectors should be placed a minimum 1 m from air-conditioning
inlets/outlets.
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j) Where the roof construction comprises perforated cladding, allowing
the free flow of air through the perforations, an area of 1m2 around the
detector should be sealed.
7.3 Installation of Heat Detectors.
The monitoring distance/area of cover for a heat detector is Class 1.
No part of a roof/ceiling should have a horizontal distance (cover distance)
or cover area greater than that stated in the table below.
Ceiling/roof height
Cover distance
Cover area
(m)
2
0 - 2.5 m
2.51 - 4 m
4.01 - 6 m
4.5 m
4.5 m
3.5 m
30 m
2
30 m
2
20 m
a) Heat detectors should always be installed in ceilings/roofs.
b) In rooms where building components, ventilation ducts, etc., are
suspended under the ceiling/roof at a greater distance than 15 cm, heat
detectors can normally be positioned without having to take these
components/ducts into consideration.
c) In buildings with shed roofs, each shed should be installed with
detectors positioned 1m from the ridge and in that part of the roof
which has the least incline.
7.4 Installation of Smoke Detectors
The monitoring distance/area of cover for a smoke detector.
No part of a roof/ceiling should have a horizontal distance (cover distance)
or cover area greater than that stated in the table below.
Ceiling/roof height
Cover distance
Cover area
(m)
Up to 6 m
6 to 12 m
> 12 m
7.5 m
80 m2
9m
100 m2
Smoke test must be carried out.
If the room in which a detector is installed has an air-change value greater
than 10 times/hour, the above values must be reduced.
For further information, refer to “Regler for automatisk
brannalarmanlegg” [“Regulations for Automatic Fire Alarm Systems”]
issued by insurance companies in Norway, or contact Autronica AS direct.
For the installation of detectors, interface units and alarm systems, see
separate installation instructions.
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Appendix
7.5 BX-10 Control Panel variants
BX-10 can now be supplied with variants of the system program adapted
for particular markets and special functions, e.g. the agricultural industry,
maritime installations, and control panels to which intruder detectors can
be connected.
Special program versions for specific countries are also available. If the
program features for the individual country do not vary in relation to the
Norwegian version, then only the front panel notation (language) is
different.
The following versions are available:
BX-10
Standard version, Norwegian.
BX-10L
Agricultural version, Norwegian.
BX-10I
Fire and intruder version, Norwegian.
BX-10LI
Agricultural version with fire and intruder detection,
Norwegian.
BX-10M
Maritime version.
BX-10M2
Maritime special version
BX-10M/ xx-24 Maritime version, 24V DC powered
BX-10M2/ xx-24 Maritime special version, 24V DC powered
BX-10/S1
Swedish version.
BX-10I/S1
Swedish version with fire and intruder detection
BX-10/NL
Dutch version
Language variants of standard versions are denoted by BX-10M/xx, where
xx is the language code.
Brief explanation of what is unique about the different control panel variants.
BX-10:
Standard Norwegian version (program P1BX10-110-xx)
This version has an automatic safety coupling for disabled
functions after 12 and 24 hours. This means that:
• disabled detector zones (loops) are automatically restored
after 24 hours (oversight safety coupling). This automatic
coupling overrides any disabling via an external trip
switch with a closed contact.
• disabling of immediate detection (D/N function) is
automatically restored after 12 hours.
BX-10L: Agricultural version (P1BX10-112-xx)
This version has a 4-hour automatic safety coupling feature for
disabled loops. Otherwise it is identical to the standard version.
BX-10I:
Fire and intruder detection (P1BX10-111-xx).
This version does not have automatic safety coupling for loop
4. This enables intruder detectors on loop 4 to be disabled with
the possibility for manual disabling/restoring via an external
code switch on input 4.
BX-10LI: Agricultural version with fire and intruder detection
(P1BX10- 113-xx)
Combination of functions for BX-10L and BX-10I versions.
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BX-10M: Maritime version (P1BX10-116-xx).
This version is approved in accordance with the maritime
regulations, SOLAS. The maritime version has the following
variances from the standard version:
• Internal buzzer and alarm sounders (AK1 and AK2) are
activated with a fixed signal on alarm.
• The delay for the alarm outputs is 2 minutes. The BMA
output has no delay.
• A stropping between terminator 60 and 64 activates the
standard 2 minutes delay of alarm outputs.
• No LED indication on front panel for delayed alarm
outputs.
• No automatically restoring of delayed alarm function after
12 hours.
• Input signal on terminal 5, will give pulsating sounder
output signal (AK), 7 short and 1 long, independent of
panel status.
BX-10M2: Maritime special version (P1BX10-118-xx)
Same basic functions as the standard M-version, except for the
following functions:
• 5 minutes delay of main power supply default
• Pulsating sounder outputs (1s ON, 1 s OFF)
• No activation of 7 short and 1 long signal by strapping 5 and 6
BX-10M/xx-24: Maritime version, 24 V DC powered (P1BX10-116-xx)
• 24 V DC powered panel (18-32 V DC)
• No room for battery inside cabinet
• Standard maritime functions like BX-10
BX-10M2: Maritime special version, 24 V DC powered (P1BX10-118-xx)
• Functions like BX-10M2
• 24 V DC powered (18-32 V DC)
• No room for battery inside cabinet
BX-10/S1: Swedish version (P1BX10-114-xx).
Same as the standard Norwegian version, but with the
possibility for connection of an external key box BW-10/S for a
standard fire key. This is made possible by the external key
switch giving 0 volts on input 5 on the terminal board. The key
function will work parallel with operator code 110.
BX-10I/S1:Swedish version with fire and intruder detection (P1BX10-115xx).
Similar to the standard Norwegian BX10I version, but with the
possibility for connection of an external key box.
BX-10/NL:Dutch version (P1BX10-117-xx)
This version has fixed alarm output signal on AK1 and AK2.
Else like the standard BX-10.
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7.5.1 BX-10M(M2)/ xx-24
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Panel powered only from 24V DC power supply.
The panel has no internal 230VA/ 24V DC power supply.
The space for internal battery is used for a 24V/ 27,2V DC/ DCconverter.
• Back-up battery has to be installed in a separate battery box.
Internal connections, see drawing below.
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